Pink Floyd - The Wall (1979)
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Four Sides Of Genius: 15 Great Double Albums
6. Pink Floyd - The Wall (1979)
In the late 1970s, Pink Floyd's Roger Waters was an ANGRY man. When a fan spat at him during the Floyd's 1977 tour, he came upon the idea of building a wall between the band and the audience - which he did, literally, during the live dates supporting this mammoth double-LP which featured Another Brick In The Wall and Comfortably Numb. A story of personal alienation writ large, it was the band's farewell to the 1970s and their last great work.