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The Wall


Ya, know... I've always said, 'If I have to be stuck on a desert island with only one album, it would either be Genesis' Seconds Out or Pink Floyd's The Wall.

Reason number one -- it's a double album... hehehe. So, at least I get more. Reason number two -- it's a timeless work of art.


When We Grew Up


We went to school. But, we didn't want any teachers hurting us anyway that they could. Ya, know... pouring there derision upon everything we did... exposing any weakness... regardless of our s ecurity precautions. So, we conduct our own classes... and we teach ourselves... thriving on experimentation.

Building The Wall


An original adaptation of Pink Floyd's The Wall, this experiment is enormous in its MegaEpixness... er, a... what I'm trying to say is: there is a lot going on here. For example, experiments in streaming video, sound compression, color clarity... or how about secure publishing of free speech, globalization and space colonies?

All right then? Lets move along.

Chaos: Neither Good Nor Bad


The thing that is great about The Wall is that you hear something different every time that you listen to it. There are chaotic systems at work... the voices (Stand still, Lad... oooooh, look at all the guitars... wanna take a bath? How can you have any pudding, if you don't eat your meat?) ... the T.V. noises... and of course, the music.

We Are Alive


Such a chaotic event ignited this project.

A gathering of some Snake Handling Immortal Tongue Speakers happened one afternoon. They were gathered together (with the production and engineering facilities of Industrial Noize Pollution) for the purpose of conducting multimedia experiments. Wall Lee had a guitar strapped-on, when he happened to see the sheet music to The Wall sitting on the piano.

Another Stone In Da Wall (Part I)

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running time: 9:35

performers:
Harry Christna - kanjeera (drum thingie), vocals
Sidd - vocals, systems, multimedia and internet stuff
Wall Lee - guitars, vocals, internet stuff
Capn' & Sparky - animation, drums, bass and multimedia stuff
Dani - vocals and rhythm
Christopher - piano and vocals
Tenphour Aquaz - piano, vocals, guitar, multimedia and internet stuff

songs:
I Am Alive (original)
In The Flesh (Roger Waters)
Another Brick in the Wall part 1 (Roger Waters)
Another Brick in the Wall part 2 (Roger Waters)
Is there anybody out there? / Hello, this is Sidd. (Roger Waters /original)
Da Wall Jam part 1 (original)
Another Brick in the Wall part 2b (Roger Waters)
Da Wall Jam part 2 (original)
Put Another Stone On (original)

thank you:
Roger Waters, David Gilmour, Nick Mason, Richard Wright, Bob Ezram, Andy Bown, Snowy White, Willie Wilson, Peter Woods, John Joyce, Jim Farber, Stan Haas, Joe Chemay, Gerald Scarfe, James Guthrie


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