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Pink FloydThe Wall

Label:Pink Floyd Records – PFRLP11, Pink Floyd Records – 88875184281
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, 180 Gram, Gatefold
Style:Art Rock, Prog Rock


A1In The Flesh?
A2The Thin Ice
A3Another Brick In The Wall Part 1
A4The Happiest Days Of Our Lives
A5Another Brick In The Wall Part 2
B1Goodbye Blue Sky
B2Empty Spaces
B3Young Lust
B4One Of My Turns
B5Don't Leave Me Now
B6Another Brick In The Wall Part 3
B7Goodbye Cruel World
C1Hey You
C2Is There Anybody Out There?
C3Nobody Home
C5Bring The Boys Back Home
C6Comfortably Numb
D1The Show Must Go On
D2In The Flesh
D3Run Like Hell
D4Waiting For The Worms
D6The Trial
D7Outside The Wall

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Remastered from the original analogue tapes. This is a 2016 US Grundman Stereo Remaster. Pressing year shown by Record Industry code of "16xxx" in the runout string . The 2018 US version which is almost identical is here: Pink Floyd - The Wall

℗ 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Sony Music Entertainment. © 2016 Pink Floyd Music Ltd.

Runouts are hand-etched and stamped as follows: "16736 #$" stamped while "5099902988313-$ BG" are etched. "$" is an alpha character, while "#" is a number.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 8 88751 84281 6
  • Barcode (Scanned): 888751842816
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): PFRLP11-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): PFRLP11-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C label): PFRLP11-C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D label): PFRLP11-D
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): 88875184281A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): 88875184281B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C label): 88875184281C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D label): 88875184281D
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): 16736 1A 5099902988313-A BG
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): 16736 1B 5099902988313-B BG
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout): 16736 1C 5099902988313-C BG
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout): 16736 1D 5099902988313-D BG
  • Other (Innersleeve Disc 1): 88875184281SV1
  • Other (Innersleeve Disc 2): 88875184281SV2
  • Rights Society: BUM/STE

Other Versions (5 of 780)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
The Wall (2×LP, Album)HarvestSHDW 411UK1979
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The Wall (2×LP, Album, Reissue, Gatefold)Harvest, Harvest1A 158-63410, 1A 158-63411Netherlands1979
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The Wall (2×LP, Album, Stereo, Gatefold)EMI Electrola, Harvest1C 198-63 410/11Germany1979
The Wall (2×LP, Album, Pitman Press, First Sleeve)Columbia, ColumbiaPC2 36183, 36183US1979
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The Wall (2×LP, Album, Santa Maria)Columbia, ColumbiaPC2 36183, 36183US1979
ButtonMash_Collect's avatar
Interview request: To the person who paid $180 for a copy of this
Pixsells1's avatar
Why is this version priced so much higher than the other 2016 variant?
cmreyna3's avatar
Great pressing, the Images are very low quality compared to the 1979 original which look like they were inked in the jacket. You can tell they were scanned and scaled improperly. The front of the jacket is completely pixelated. Otherwise, on par with other remasters
ghipps's avatar
Lacking in treble, and sounds flat. I wouldn't have expected this from a Bernie Grundman remastering. Was purchased new.
Variklis's avatar
i had a pressing of this record about a year or so ago. when i attempted to take the front sticker off, it tore the sleeve. that already soured my impressions, but regardless i gave it a spin and my ears were severely unimpressed. it sounded flat with little to no soundstage. i ended up trading it in for something else, but just recently i decided to bite the bullet and buy a second copy. this time the front sticker came off without a hitch, and when i spun both discs, it was a night and day difference. i was absolutely blown away. all in all, it seems i just had a bit of bad luck with my first copy. (note, i don't like how the inner cardboard sleeves jut out from the side of the outer ever so slightly, if this bugs you just as much as it does me, turn them sideways with the opening facing inwards. might be a tight squeeze but they fit just fine once broken in)
CarIos's avatar
Heard this album critically for the first time today, and oh baby is the soundstage on this pressing fantastic. Great instrument separation. I wish there was a bit more clarity on some parts here and there but otherwise recommend this pressing!
CarIos's avatar
Heard this album critically for the first time today, and oh baby is the soundstage on this pressing fantastic. Great instrument separation. I wish there was a bit more clarity on some parts here and there but otherwise recommend this pressing!
LouieLouie21's avatar
Question. Does anyone know the differences between this pressing and the other 2016 pressing with red lettering on the cover? The latter mentioned is much more expensive but has zero reviews. Thanks!
Vinyl-TP's avatar
This pressing sounds great, considering it’s Digitally remastered. Which should Never be done to Any analog recording! Period! Unless the original recording is digital which it obviously wasn’t. Which is why I give this 4 stars rather than 5. Having said that, this pressing is dead quiet, flat and with on-center spindle holes and no warps, thank you very much! Great quality control. The packaging is gorgeous, as well. I have never heard an og pressing of this record. I’ve only heard the album on cassette and cd. So I cannot comment on the comparison between this and earlier pressings. I am quite sure that Any 70’s-80’s press would sound far better. The only complaint I have is that Volume-wise, this is the quietest record in my collection. I have to crank my volume quite a bit to get a good strong sound. This is most likely due to it being digitally remastered. Again, so stupid and lazy. Defeats the Whole purpose of vinyl. But other than that, I’m very happy to have this in my collection, since good condition early pressings are Way too expensive
Mpawood's avatar
Pink Floyd - The Wall
Pink Floyd were an English rock band formed in London in 1964. Gaining an early following as one of the first British psychedelic groups, they were distinguished for their extended compositions, sonic experimentation, philosophical lyrics and elaborate live shows. They became a leading band of the progressive rock genre, cited by some as the greatest progressive rock band of all time.
The Wall is the eleventh studio album by the English rock band Pink Floyd, released on 30 November 1979 by Harvest and Columbia Records. It is a rock opera that explores Pink, a jaded rock star whose eventual self-imposed isolation from society forms a figurative wall. The album was a commercial success, topping the US charts for 15 weeks and reaching number three in the UK. It initially received mixed reviews from critics, many of whom found it overblown and pretentious, but later received accolades as one of the greatest albums of all time and one of the band's finest works.
A1 In The Flesh?
A2 The Thin Ice
A3 Another Brick In The Wall - Part 1
A4 The Happiest Days Of Our Lives
A5 Another Brick In The Wall - Part 2
A6 Mother
B1 Goodbye Blue Sky
B2 Empty Spaces
B3 Young Lust
B4 One Of My Turns
B5 Don't Leave Me Now
B6 Another Brick In The Wall - Part 3
B7 Goodbye Cruel World
C1 Hey You
C2 Is There Anybody Out There?
C3 Nobody Home
C4 Vera
C5 Bring The Boys Back Home
C6 Comfortably Numb
D1 The Show Must Go On
D2 In The Flesh
D3 Run Like Hell
D4 Waiting For The Worms
D5 Stop
D6 The Trial
D7 Outside The Wall
I think that Pink Floyd's 'The Wall' is an amazing album for numerous reasons and I could go on all day about how it, in my opinion, contains the best musicianship of any band ever and may even go as far as saying it is the greatest album ever released. However I won't do that since at the moment I'm torn between this and 'Dark side of the moon' for best album of all time. What makes The Wall so good in my opinion is a combination of 2 main factors: Storytelling and great Musicality. The Wall, like many albums by Pink Floyd, is made to be played in order to tell a story and this album is, I think, the best example of it. The storytelling in this was so good that it got it's own feature length film oriented around the album. The metaphor for the Wall that Pink builds really gives the music a lot of meaning and you really come to understand what the band wanted to convey when assembling this album. My favourite songs in this album are 'Comfortably Numb' and 'Another Brick in the Wall - Part 2' although it could also be said that every song in this album is as good as each other since they all come together to tell the story. This is Very Highly recommend to pick up and I think that everyone even remotely interested in music should listen to this album at least once in their lives. If I could give this an 11 I would.
P.S - Is it just me or does 'Is there anybody out there?' sound a bit like James Bond?
Album Score: 10/10