RIAA Gold record award 45 - Pink Floyd - Another Brick in the Wall
Few albums in the history of music have explored the universe of human feelings such as The Wall, the eleventh work of Pink Floyd, released in 1979. Childhood trauma, anger, despair and sense of emptiness: these are the experiences and emotions with which Pink, the protagonist of the story, builds the wall around him. Piece by piece, the walls gets bigger, isolating him more and more from the world.
Once the barrier construction process has begun, any negative experience becomes the brick that, together with the others, acts as a shield against a hostile reality.
In Another Brick in The Wall, one of the most famous tracks of the group, Pink’s detachment already has a form, and it is the title itself that suggests it: any tragedy, injustice or abuse can only be “another brick” in an already existing wall. If in the first of the three parts that make up the song we find the painful memory of a child raised without a father who died in the war, in the second we refer to the unacceptable situations that Pink, a future rock star, is forced to live in school.
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