Pink Floyd ‎– The Wall

Label:
Harvest ‎– 5099902988313, Harvest ‎– SHDW 411
Format:
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Gatefold, 180g
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A1 In The Flesh? 3:20
A2 The Thin Ice 2:26
A3 Another Brick In The Wall, Part 1 3:11
A4 The Happiest Days In Our Lives 1:50
A5 Another Brick In The Wall, Part 2 3:58
A6 Mother 5:34
B1 Goodbye Blue Sky 2:47
B2 Empty Spaces 2:07
B3 Young Lust
Music By, Words By – David Gilmour
3:29
B4 One Of My Turns 3:36
B5 Don't Leave Me Now 4:14
B6 Another Brick In The Wall, Part 3 1:14
B7 Goodbye Cruel World 1:17
C1 Hey You 4:40
C2 Is There Anybody Out There? 2:41
C3 Nobody Home 3:22
C4 Vera 1:33
C5 Bring The Boys Back Home 1:27
C6 Comfortably Numb
Music By, Words By – David Gilmour
6:22
D1 The Show Must Go On 1:36
D2 In The Flesh 4:15
D3 Run Like Hell
Music By, Words By – David Gilmour
4:23
D4 Waiting For The Worms 3:57
D5 Stop 0:30
D6 The Trial
Music By, Words By – Bob Ezrin
5:18
D7 Outside The Wall 1:46

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Packaging:

Issued in plastic shrink-wrap with a sticker attached to the back. The sticker contains the barcode (which is not visible on other parts of the release), and release information.

Also comes with a new poster and a voucher to download the album.

Another larger sticker is packaged in the shrink wrap (but isn't attached to the sleeve), with the following text printed on it:

180 Gram Heavyweight Vinyl
Original Packaging
Plus Free 320kbps MP3 Download
& Exclusive New Poster

The album's artist & title on the cover ("Pink Floyd The Wall") is printed on a sticker.
The cover replicates variant 1 of the original release
A single sheet of wrap-around cardboard with the seam across the inner top edge of the cover. This version seals at the bottom versus the top on the original
Barcode number is also on the spine at the base

Released on 24-02-12 in Europe.
Released on 27-02-12 in the U.K.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (digits only): 5099902988313
  • Barcode (as printed): 5 099902 988313
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching runout side A): BB50619-01 A₂ 0298861 A RE1
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching runout side B): BB50619-01 B₂ 0298861 B RE1
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching runout side C): BB50619-02 C₂ 0298881 C RE1
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching runout side D): BB50619-02 D₂ 0298881 D RE1
  • Matrix / Runout (Machine stamp all sides): TML-M
  • Other (Cat # LP 1): SHSP 4111
  • Other (Cat # LP 2): SHSP 4112

Other Versions (5 of 657) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SHDW 411 Pink Floyd The Wall(2xLP, Album, Gat) Harvest SHDW 411 UK 1979 Sell This Version
PC2 36183, 36183 Pink Floyd The Wall(2xLP, Album, San) Columbia, Columbia PC2 36183, 36183 US 1979 Sell This Version
SR-101-7 Pink Floyd The Wall(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Not On Label (Pink Floyd) SR-101-7 Russia Unknown Sell This Version
CDP 7 46037 2 Pink Floyd The Wall(2xCD, Album) Harvest CDP 7 46037 2 Japan Unknown Sell This Version
1C 198-63 410/11 Pink Floyd The Wall(2xLP, Album, Gat) EMI Electrola, Harvest 1C 198-63 410/11 Germany 1979 Sell This Version

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oliveraltorfer

oliveraltorfer

February 18, 2016

Bought this Album in Switzerland in 2015, but there was no Download. Just the Vinyls an the Poster.
amerkatz

amerkatz

February 6, 2016

I don't know but I spent about the Seattle price here in Scottsdale, AZ and ...well for the money I was a bit disappointed. I love the feel of "extra vinyl (180 gm)" and IMHO it does make a difference in the sound, even if it is audio-psychosomatic (or if your lunatic audio-psychopathic, har, har a lil' DSOM humor) It sounds pretty damn good, except it is a little noisy. I agree that this has opened a door for many folks to own a copy on vinyl for those who were not around or simply played the record so much it wore out the grooves. Its a great addition to my PF records but I think the price is a bit too high. Its a masterpiece, and deserves its place in musical history even though EMI has decided rape and pillage .....
peace_sells

peace_sells

October 13, 2015
How does this compare to the US pressing of the reissue? Is it as good?
dmDeWald

dmDeWald

February 22, 2014
I bought this brand new today and the first LP isn't even Pink Floyd. It's some punk band. For $50.00 you'd think they could at least have the correct album in the sleeve. The second record is right. Has anyone else had this happen?
rtsMARK

rtsMARK

March 23, 2012
Of course it's an EMI cash in....but who really cares.
As mentioned - it gives more people the chance to own it on vinyl.
In my opinion - the remasters don't sound too bad - and i would be onboard a Momentary Lapse or Division Bell resissue as well.

How bout Pulse on BluRay - EMI?
theWRETCHED2012

theWRETCHED2012

February 27, 2012
edited over 8 years ago
Obviously this an EMI cash in, but why? Who would buy something that has been pressed on 2xLP's many, many times. Why not 6xLP's so we HEAR the Q-U-A-L-I-T-Y? I'd buy that, but not a 14th 2xLP pressing, sorry big-corporate-music-conglomerates, not this time. The cd / dvd boxsets should be vinyl, just sayin, plastic is c-r-a-p.