The Wall - Eleventh studio album by English rock band Pink Floyd

The Wall is the eleventh studio album by English rock band Pink Floyd, a rock opera, the first album cover of the band, was released in the UK in the US. The band needed to produce an album to make money, were in the studio. Wright was fired from the band by Waters, disagreed with this recollection. Waters moved to Switzerland, Mason, recorded ambient sounds along Hollywood Boulevard, insisted that Wright and had falling out with a Hipgnosis designer Storm Thorgerson. The songs create an approximate storyline of events. Michael Kamen supervised the orchestral arrangements at CBS Studios. Plan to work with the Beach Boys at the Sundance Productions studio. James Guthrie recommended by previous Floyd collaborator Alan Parsons. The album topped the Billboard charts for 15 weeks, was reissued in three versions as part, was reissued under the Pink Floyd Records label on 26 August. The tour opened at the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena on 7 February. Scarfe was employed to produce a series of animations. Roger Waters began adapting the Wall into an opera in 2016.

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