Roger Waters announces new live album

The album accompanies his recent concert film

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Roger Waters is releasing a new live album accompanying his recent concert film of The Wall.

Roger Waters The Wall will be released on November 20, reports Rolling Stone, and contains material recorded on his 2010 – 2013 world tour of The Wall.

It will be available digitally and also as a two-CD or three-LP set and can be pre-ordered from Amazon.co.uk by clicking here.

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The album has been produced by Nigel Godrich, who was also responsible for the music production in the concert film.

The Rolling Stone story notes that this soundtrack will run longer than the original Wall album. It includes three additional songs. “Last Few Bricks” and “What Shall We Do Now?” were omitted from the original studio album of The Wall though reinstated on subsequent tours, while “The Ballad of Jean Charles de Menezes” dates from 2011 and is Waters’ tribute to a Brazilian man wrongly killed by police officers at Stockwell Station on the London Underground.

This is the third live album for The Wall. In 1990, Waters released The Wall: Live In Berlin, while in 2000 Pink Floyd released Is There Anybody Out There? The Wall Live 1980-81.

The tracklisting for Roger Waters The Wall is:

Disc One
1. “In the Flesh?”
2. “The Thin Ice”
3. “Another Brick in the Wall, Pt. “1”
4. “The Happiest Days of Our Lives”
5. “Another Brick in the Wall, Pt. “2”
6. “The Ballad of Jean Charles de Menezes”
7. “Mother”
8. “Goodbye Blue Sky”
9. “Empty Spaces”
10. “What Shall We Do Now?”
11. “Young Lust”
12. “One of My Turns”
13. “Don’t Leave Me Now”
14. “Another Brick in the Wall, Pt. “3”
15. “Last Few Bricks”
16. “Goodbye Cruel World”

Disc Two
1. “Hey You”
2. “Is There Anybody Out There?”
3. “Nobody Home”
4. “Vera”
5. “Bring the Boys Back Home”
6. “Comfortably Numb”
7. “The Show Must Go On”
8. “In the Flesh”
9. “Run Like Hell”
10. “Waiting for the Worms”
11. “Stop”
12. “The Trial”
13. “Outside the Wall”

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