Another Brick In The Wall Part 2 (track) by Pink Floyd
Another Brick In The Wall Part 2 appears on the following album(s) by Pink Floyd:
- The Wall (track #5) (this album) (1979)
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This wasn't a smash hit for no reason. A smooth bassline, some subtle power chords and a guitar solo that's clear as glass. Pure Floyd
A classic. Never too old, with lyrics that are still modern today and a great guitar solo.
A disco beat, some anarchist lyrics, a dreamlike Gilmour solo: a great Pink Floyd song.
One of the greatest guitar solo's is on this song. The kids choir was producers Bob Ezrin's idea. He got it from his work on Alice Cooper's School's out.
Incredible interception between these 2 songs, just apart from this world, specially this song
I'd like it better without the bloody kids chorus in it.
Look like we've got ourselves a game changer here. This is one of the strongest songs I've ever heard. A much deserved slap across the face of authority. The children singing is a nice rebellious touch. This is the part of Another Brick in the Wall that gets the most attention, but alas, it is the best song of the three tracks.
The same can be said about any band, but this still a great rebellious teen anthem with a catchy sing-a-long tune.
There are so many songs by this band that are so much better that aren't nearly as big.
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