I have 2 of the "film" The Wall PF soundtracks the best one is the PF-TF-2 version it has a bar code 83562 7347. You can go to Gemm's website or musicstack.com or gemm.com type search with above part # info and Pink Floyd and you will find it. 26 tracks 1 The Little Boy That Santa Claus Forgot 2 When The Tigers Broke Free -Part 1 3 In The Flesh 4 The Thin Ice 5 Another Brick In The Wall -Part 1 6 When The Tigers Broke Free - Part 2 7 Goodbye Blue Sky 8 The Happiest Days Of Our Lives 9 Another Brick In The Wall - Part 2 10 Mother 11 Empty Spaces 12 Young Lust 13 One Of My Turnes 14 Don'tLeave Me Now 15 Another Brick In The Wall - Part 3 16 Goodbye Cruel World 17 Is There Anybody Out There ? 18 Nobody Home 19 Vera 20 Bring The Boys Back Home 21 Comfortably Numb 22 In The Flesh 23 Run Like Hell 24 Waiting For The Worms 25 The Trial 26 Outside The Wall
* Unreleased Tracks Versions from the Movie " The Wall"
The Wall movie soundtrack has more punch than Pink Floyd's Wall album. It had incredible orchestration and good vocals by Bob Geldof in the movie. It will really be great if it gets released on a 7.1 lossless blu-ray disc.
Found it years ago on CD at a local Music Store. At the same time, several friends of mine, from a different State, also found it at Strawberries (store no longer exists I don't think), but have yet to see it since, but then again, I usually buy all my music from Amazon now which does not have it. Bottom line, it does exist on both CD and Vinyl. As far as finding it...I would search the Internet and hopefully you will get lucky.
Two channel stereo is how it was recorded and that should be the way it's released. You can't get real music from tiny speakers. Don't even go there. Bose hasn't made a decent speaker since the 1980s. That's when they were all big and made of hardwood. Not tinny plastic aluminum tweeters. And a big bass box.
You are mistaken, sir. You obviously haven't heard any high end "tiny" speakers such as http://www.paradigm.com/products-current/model=atom-monitor/page=overview. With the right person at the mixing desk, a 5.1 edition could be awesome.