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  • Audio CD (February 28, 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 7
  • Format: Box set
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  • Label: Capitol Records
  • ASIN: B004ZNAXX2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (80 customer reviews)
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Immersion Editions present the complete artistic experience.  Lavishly packaged in a sturdy 29cm square box, the sets contain remastered, previously unreleased and audio-visual material, plus much additional content – reproduced memorabilia, brand new graphics, art prints, collectors’ items, lavish booklets and more.


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One of the most acclaimed concept albums of all time, The Wall from 1979 is renowned as Roger Waters’ Rock Opera dealing with abandonment and personal isolation. Adapted for cinema by Alan Parker featuring Bob Geldof in the lead role, and featuring the unique artwork of Gerald Scarfe the album also yielded the hit single Another Brick In The Wall Pt2. The Immersion version features

the classic Studio album digitally remastered and presented as a limited edition high quality boxset featuring rare and unreleased audio and video material, plus a new 44 oversized perfect-bound booklet, a book of original photographs, exclusive merchandise and facsimile collectables.


DISCS 1&2 – CDs 1&2

The Wall digitally remastered by James Guthrie, 2011


DISCS 3&4 - CDs 3&4

The Wall album demos (previously unreleased)


DISCS 5&6 - CDs 5&6

Is There Anybody Out There: The Wall Live (digitally remastered in 2011 by James Guthrie)



Another Brick In The Wall pt2 promotional video – restored in 2011

Behind The Wall documentary

Gerald Scarfe Interview

Short filmed extract of Earls Court concert featuring animation


44 page 27cm x 27cm booklet designed by Storm Thorgerson

Exclusive photo book

27cm x 27cm Exclusive Storm Thorgerson Art Print

5 x Collectors’ Cards featuring art and comments by Storm Thorgerson

Replica of The Wall Tour Ticket

Replica of The Wall Backstage Pass


Prints/Cards of Mark Fisher’s stage drawings

3 x white marbles with design of bricks

9 x Coasters (unique to this box) featuring early Storm Thorgerson design sketches

4-8 page credits booklet

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67 of 70 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Lerch TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 28, 2012
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When the Immersion sets were announced, I was quite excited by the fact that included in the sets were to be the original quad mixes, along with a Blu Ray of the stereo, quad and 5.1 mixes for these albums. Unfortunately this set does NOT come with a Blu Ray, which IS disappointing as it means we are not treated to phenomenal lossless audio at higher quality as we had with previous Immersion sets. For me, the price just isn't worth what you get as what I wanted wasn't included.

HOWEVER, that being said, what you get is some amazing stuff. You just don't get lossless 96/24 Blu Rays.

First up is The Wall, digitally remastered by James Guthrie, just like we had with the previous sets. It's a two disc set, so this encompasses discs 1 and 2. You won't hear anything you haven't heard before and the audio doesn't have its dynamics compressed. I think, side by side comparison to previous sets, you would probably really struggle to hear a difference between this release and past releases.

Discs 3 and 4 contain The Wall demo tracks, which are actually nice to hear given alternate takes of songs.

Discs 5 and 6 are what the set really needed. They are remastered CDs of the Is There Anybody Out There: The Wall Live. This is, as far as I can tell, the best these tracks have ever sounded.

Disc 7 is a DVD. I'm kind of on the fence with this one. You get a promo video for Another Brick in the Wall prt 2, a pretty good Behind the Wall documentary and an odd short film from the Earls Court Concert. Why excerpts? Why not a complete performance? I don't know. Oh, there's also a Geral Scarfe interview included, which was a nice watch but not something I'll sit through again.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Ciaran Flynn on March 6, 2012
Format: Audio CD
I love floyd but i think this is a big rip off for the price. The first two discs are basically last years remasters, the next 2 are a re-release of the live "Is there anybody out there" from 2000, quality is more or less the same, slightly better. The 4th and 5th discs are great and DVD is ok. So essentially, only real floyd fans are going to buy this and they will already have discs 1-4, so they are paying big money for 2 cds and dvd basically.

If you never had the Wall its probably reasonable value, still think its over priced
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Concerned One on March 7, 2012
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I must start with the fact that I am a huge fan of Pink Floyd, and already have every scrap of material that I can own from them. So why purchase this? For me it was to be a completist. I have the other two new immersion box sets, so I have to get this. If you are not like me, and just want what is absolutely new (the two demo discs), then the experience 4 disc version would do just fine for you, and save you a lot of cash. The contents of 4 of the discs are previously release (the wall album and is there anybody out there live cd's), but remixed. The remixing is really not that special for me. The 2 demo discs were the must haves for me, and they are pretty cool to hear what was going on through the evolution of this album. The dvd was not that great, has a documentary on the movie that was previously released on 20th anniversary wall dvd and concert films, but not worth extra cash from casual listeners. The packaging is good, artwork excellent, and coasters, marbles, and scarf neat also. This would have been the be-all, end all box set and gotten 5 Stars from me had they just took the time and put a blu ray version of The Wall film in here or a live recording of the wall performance with the original members from that time period, or best if both. Overall, get the experience edition unless you get the good deal I did and have the shelf space and extra cash to purchase this.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Daddyo on March 10, 2012
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This set is not like the previous immersion sets. No surround or super high fidelity stuff. Just the same The Wall and The Wall Live discs, remastered to Roger Waters' high standards. Which is great. But for this kind of money, one would expect some new recordings of these songs. Discs 5 & 6 are filled with mostly snippets of the raw, unpolished "demos" that were the basis for the songs we all recognize. Honestly, they suck, and I can't, for the life of me, understand why Mr. Waters would even want us to hear them. Here is an opportunity for him to share with his fans some of the miles and miles of tape he has from all the concerts Pink Floyd performed. But no, not even one song! If you are looking for something new, don't look here. If you want the remastered versions of these two albumns, then, by all means, buy it. Come on Roger, share a little!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By finulanu on September 1, 2008
Format: Vinyl
Probably the most famous and complete of Pink Floyd's many concept albums. In fact, it's a full-blown rock opera, about a rock star's descent into madness and isolation. An interesting theme, and it's executed a lot better than I thought it was, with plenty of psychological manipulation, musical impact points, and big-deal radio hits. It also features arguably the greatest opening in any album ever, the beginning of "In the Flesh?" It opens with some barely audible keyboard noise, which dares you to turn the volume up, just so you can make sure there's nothing wrong with your stereo. And, once you have turned it up, it kicks into the blaring, bombastic but wonderful riff. And that is how you start an album, especially an album as psychological as this one. There are also all kinds of sound effects, just to really mess with your head: helicopter noises, a baby crying in" the famous "how can you have any pudding if you don't eat your meat?" recitation, anguished screams, answering machines beeping, TV sets being destroyed, backwards messages to Syd Barrett, a naïve "Look, mummy, there's an aeroplane up in the sky!"... The album is packed with classic songs: "Another Brick in the Wall, pt. 2," a strident disco-rocker with a brilliant guitar solo; the disquieting, folksy "Mother;" the desolate "Hey You," with some of the best guitar work on the record, hard rockers "Young Lust" and "Run Like Hell," and especially "Comfortably Numb," with a brilliant guitar solo and swooning strings. Besides the hits, the best songs are usually on the eerie side ("Goodbye Blue Sky," "The Thin Ice," "Another Brick in the Wall pt. 1," "Empty Spaces," which could be an excerpt of "Welcome to the Machine," "Don't Leave Me Now," "Is There Anybody Out There?Read more ›
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How 'bout that cover, eh?
If I was to change it up, me thinks a Ralph Steadman interpretation would have been cool.
Feb 29, 2012 by David K. Singer |  See all 10 posts
Earls' Court show
I agree, release it!!!!!!!!!!!
May 13, 2011 by Eric Hawley |  See all 13 posts
What about the Wall Movie Soundtrack?????
Couldn't agree more. This really seems like a missed opportunity to release those "Spare Bricks".
Oct 4, 2011 by Alan Smithee |  See all 4 posts
How about the film itself?
What I think would be even MORE awesome is to include the film on Blu-ray, along with another disc that includes the album tracks that were altered just for the film. That would mean we could get to hear the studio version of "What Shall We Do Now?" for the first time without having to... Read More
Jun 20, 2011 by Cyrus Jabbari |  See all 5 posts
As usual Animals is overlooked.
I would buy an Animals immersion set without hesitation, provided it included live tracks, unreleased studio material and high resolution stereo and multichannel mixes.
Oct 14, 2011 by Lewis Smith |  See all 27 posts
Why no Blu Ray 5.1 like the other sets...what's the point? Be the first to reply
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