The Wall by Pink Floyd (CD, Sep-1990, 2 Discs, Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab)
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About this product
- Artist:Pink Floyd
- Release Year:1990
- Record Label:Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab
- Genre:Art Rock,Rock & Pop
- Number Of Discs:2
- Playing Time:81 min.
- Contributing Artists:Bruce Johnston,Toni Tennille
- Recording Type:Studio
- Recording Mode:Stereo
- SPAR Code:AAD
Most relevant reviews
- 661958angelJul 24, 2009by
THE WALL ( gold Disc Cd) Pink fFoyd
This is a very important edition in gold disc that give an impressive sound and details for audiophile . I have a pair of Elettrostatic loudspeakers with an Aloia ST 200, a transistor amplifier and a valve preamplifier: the resault is very impressive. I play my Cds with an Audio Analogue Maestro improved with a proper modification.
If you compare this special edition CD with a normal one, you will hear a quite different sound.
This special edition offer a stronger dynamic level,
If you love pink Floyd, you should have in your collection at any cost !
- kingen2014Jan 23, 2015by
If you are a audiophile like me, you need to have it... 'B&W 800 Diamond'
I'm very satisfy with this product MFSL...:-D!
The sound quality is Perfect on this album of MFSL Pink Floyd The Wall and if you are a audiophile like me, you need to have it in your collection...:-)!
Antonio Rivera Sweden
- toyotekJun 24, 2008by
"One of my better days"!
I'm sure if you are reading this you are well aware of the album and the concept behind it. All I want to say is this M.F.S.L gold copy is by far the best sounding version I have ever heard. The dynamics are flat out startling. To listen at a high volume with equipment that is up to the task is quite an experience, with low passages that are barely audible, and crescendos that will test the best of subwoofers and power amplifiers. If you are looking for a disc that will tax the capabilities of your system, this is it! I wish they could get together one more time and do this live at Royal Albert hall, and release it on Blu-Ray like David Gilmore and his "a night to remember" concert.
P.S. If anyone has heard one of the D.T.S. versions of this album, drop me a line and give me an opinion of it. ThanksRead full review
- reallygreatstuf...Jan 10, 2006by
Pink Floyd the Wall - Gold CD review
Too bad the company that made these gold discs is out of business. If you can find one it is worth the extra money as those with the choice toys can appreciate the cd even more.
This is considered to be a quintessential rock opera concept classic which tells the story of ' Pink ' a manic depressive rock star.
The songs flow together and some have of course become stand alone ‘ hits ‘
The story follow Pink’s life covering such topics as his mother, suicidal notions, schoolmasters, dysfunctional relationships, communism, war, music fans and beyond.
Released in 1979 as a 2 record set and followed up by the classic movie.
This cd will draw you in and take you on an emotional rollercoaster. From lows ( depression ) to highs ( excitement )and all points in between. The more I hear it the more I seem to get out of it. The lyrical genius of Roger Waters combined with the musical magic of the rest of the band never tires.
The experience is best of when listened to in it's entirety, preferably on headphones or high end equipment.
A superb piece of progressive rock.Read full review