A mix with a clean open and ending were released to radio stations in 1979. Here’s where to find the unobscured version.
One of the deep album cuts which propels The Wall narrative forward, it was released as the B-side of the “Run Like Hell” single in several countries.
Originally the fifth verse of a single, long Another Brick In The Wall. It’s the loudest and angriest of the three Brick songs and was rerecorded even faster, louder and angrier for The Wall movie.
Halftime for The Wall. Never released on a single or one of the unobscured promo discs. Another deep album cut which propels The Wall story forward.
“Hey You” opens the second half of The Wall. Late in production, “Hey, You” was to originally close out side 3, but was moved at the last minute before the album went for mastering. Find out why “Hey You” was one of two tracks cut from The Wall movie.
Studio musician Joe DiBlasi played the main guitar instrumental fingerstyle. In the live versions, David Gilmour plays the instrumental solo with a leather pick.
Nobody Home was one of the final songs recorded for The Wall and was written and added at the last minute.
“Vera” remained mostly unchanged throughout production. In early demos of The Wall, a short snippet of Vera Lynn’s “We’ll Meet Again” is the album’s prelude instead of “Outside The Wall”.
Rerecorded for the film, there are a couple of excellent, longer versions to be found for “Bring The Boys Back Home”.
A long version of Comfortably Numb with extended guitar solo is the holy grail of The Wall’s missing parts. Here’s where to find extended versions of the song and how this classic track almost wasn’t on Pink Floyd The Wall.