Albums – Commercial
Originally planned as a soundtrack album for the 1982 film Pink Floyd The Wall. With the onset of the Falklands War, Roger Waters rewrote it as a concept album, exploring what he considered the betrayal of his father, who died serving in the Second World War.
Pink Floyd The Wall: Immersion features the classic studio album digitally remastered and presented as a limited-edition, high quality boxset featuring rare and unreleased audio and video material, plus a new 44-page booklet, a book of original photographs, facsimile collectables and exclusive merchandise such as marbles that someone can take away. Seriously, this is the definitive release of The Wall to date.
Another Brick In The Wall (Part II)/One Of My Turns
Originally released in the UK on November 23, 1979 — one week prior to the release of the album. The single was released in the US several weeks later on January 8, 1980.
Run Like Hell/Don't Leave Me Now
Originally released on April 17, 1980. It spent six weeks on Billboard’s US Singles charts and peaked at #53.
Comfortably Numb/Hey You
The final single released off The Wall, it was originally released on April 17, 1980. The single did not chart.
When The Tigers Broke Free/Bring The Boys Back Home
Originally written for The Wall then cut, it didn’t see a release until July 26, 1982 in conjunction with The Wall movie. These single versions have never been released commercially in any digital format. A different version of “Tigers” was eventually added to The Final Cut in 2004.
Not Now John (single version)/The Hero’s Return (Parts I and II)
The B-side was originally written as “Teacher, Teacher” for The Wall then cut early in production. It was later reworked and released on The Final Cut as “The Hero’s Return”. The previously-unreleased Part II of the track reveals the song’s earlier roots and was only released on this single.
Pink Floyd – The Wall is a 1982 British live-action/animated film directed by Alan Parker with animated segments by political cartoonist Gerald Scarfe, and is based on the 1979 Pink Floyd album of the same name. The screenplay was written by Pink Floyd vocalist and bassist Roger Waters. The film contains remixed, extended, and edited versions of tracks from the album, as well as several re-recorded versions of songs.
Same recording, different names. An unauthorized bootleg collection of production demo tracks, probably from sometime around the third production demos. Although many of these tracks were later released in higher quality on The Wall: Immersion box set, there are still a good number of unique and interesting versions here.
In 2004, Divided We Fall: The Wall Live at Earls Court, a good-quality bootleg DVD, surfaced. Mastered from a low-generation video tape, the clarity of the video is much better than most other non-official footage of the 1980-1981 Wall live shows.