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Pink Floyd The Wall – Movie

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 music was produced by Waters, David Gilmour, and original album co-producer James Guthrie.

The Wall movie featured remixed, extended, and edited versions of tracks from the album. Several songs were rerecorded at Pinewood Studios for the film, including “Mother“, “Another Brick In The Wall Part 3” and “Outside The Wall“. Some songs were resequenced differently than the album, which I suspect was necessary to put the songs in a more logical order for the film. Nearly every song was remixed from the original master tapes by James Guthrie. Most of the differences were very subtle and tended to be along the lines of changing the balance of some instruments or vocals in the mix. Several of the tracks were extended and featured restored sections that were originally cut from the album for running time.

The Wall film soundtrack even featured two songs that were planned for the album but had been cut. “When The Tigers Broke Free” was originally written for the album but was cut early on at the insistence of co-producer Bob Ezrin in order to keep the character of Pink ageless. “What Shall We Do Now?” was cut from the album shortly before release in order to shave a minute or so from Side 2 of the LP.

Click here for extensive track-by-track details and
the differences for each song found in the links below.

 

Pink Floyd The Wall movie soundtrack album

The tail end of the credits mentions “Soundtrack available on CBS Records and Tapes.” This was supposed to be the Spare Bricks or The Final Cut: Music From The Film album that was planned for a November release later that year. Unfortunately, that album was cancelled and no official Pink Floyd The Wall movie soundtrack album has ever been released. There are CDs and downloads to be found which claim to be the original soundtrack to the film. These are simply audio rips of the DVD soundtrack — movie noises and all. The DVD is as close as we’re likely to see of an official soundtrack to the film.

 

 

Pink Floyd The Wall movie on home video

Pink Floyd The Wall movie has been released to home video on VHS and Betamax tape formats, LaserDisc (LD), and DVD. The DVD contains both a stereo mix and 5.1 Dolby Digital and Surround sound. The sound quality for both mixes are very good. On the 2005 version, the most recent release, the remastered 5.1 soundtracks are much better than early mixes but there is still noticeable compression. The rear channels have effects in them with some music, but most of the music happens in the front three channels.

To date, there has never been an official BluRay release of the film.

 

Pink Floyd The Wall – film

Movie Soundtrack

When the Tigers Broke Free part 1
In the Flesh?
The Thin Ice
Another Brick in the Wall, Part 1
When the Tigers Broke Free part 2
Goodbye Blue Sky
The Happiest Days of Our Lives
Another Brick in the Wall, Part 2
Mother
What Shall We Do Now?
Young Lust
One of My Turns
Don’t Leave Me Now
Another Brick in the Wall, Part 3
Goodbye Cruel World
Is There Anybody Out There?
Nobody Home
Vera
Bring the Boys Back Home
Comfortably Numb
In the Flesh
Run Like Hell
Waiting for the Worms
Your Possible Pasts
5:11 AM (The Moment of Clarity)
Stop
The Trial
Outside the Wall

 

Last update: February 2, 2018

 

4 Comments

  1. Mr. C

    I really wish they’d release the soundtrack album, even for part of a bonus disc. There’s a lot of good songs in the movie.

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  2. Harold Burton

    I had to search for the app on Chrome, but this actually works!! This is the only app ive used that allows to play the downloads on play music as if they were original, thank you very much

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  3. Joseph Donahue

    I have one problem guys please help me: If I download two songs of the same artist the music art of the first song gets copied on to the second song’s music art. Any help would be much appreciated. 

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  4. psnama

    Pink Floyd, one of the best action movies ever!

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