I found the original. I apologize it's not on YouTube.
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
The first half is about Pink's past, his Wall, and the bricks in it. It goes through his overprotective to an abusive level mother, his controlling, cheating ex wife and his somewhat sadistic school teachers. At the end of this side, it switches to side two.
I think this half was about Pink's descent into madness. It goes through his depression, experience with some kind of coma, before he falls through and becomes some kind of nazi style dictator. His concerts have him hanging up hammer banners and sending the audience against all the minorities. Then, he and his black shirted police force walk through the streets and cause riots and fights.
The final songs are song of their own. In case you didn't realize it, "The Wall" is a wall of isolation built by bad memories and insanity. In the second to last song "The Trial" he holds himself on trial where all his bad memories scream at him before his judge forces him to tear down the wall. The final song is a very poetic little verse about being outside the wall. Oh yeah, if you play the last song of the second disc and the first song of the first disc in a row at maximum volume you get the hidden message of "isn't this where we came in?".
What did I think of it?
Sunday, January 13, 2013
Wednesday, January 9, 2013
Saturday, January 5, 2013
take a listen and you'll know what I mean. After that, the album goes off into a lot of jug band type songs like Sittin' on top of the world. That makes about half the album the rest is mostly just blues, and Viola Lee Blues a 10 minute 20's prison song. Then when it reaches the bonus material that wasn't on the original record I started turning it back up (I don't like blues that much). I don't know what it is but Alice D. Millionaire and Overseas Stomp (The Lindy) are now in my top 100 songs. They just sound so great. And they are both pretty meaningful. Alice D. Millionaire is almost a tale of tragedy. Despite not sounding sad, it's about the arrest of Owsley Stanley, who made pretty much all the acid of the time. The title came from the head line LSD MILLIONAIRE ARRESTED (say Alice D. fast). The other one I mentioned, Overseas Stomp is probably about the Vietnam war. Just listen to the lyrics and you'll know what I mean.
Sunday, November 4, 2012
(Picture not by me)
So, you wanna play DooM, huh? Well here's how.
- Find the Ultimate DooM/DooM2 .wad files. Download/buy them and save them somewhere on your computer.
- Go to the ZDooM website. Download the latest version and save it somewhere on your computer.
- Unzip the ZDooM .zip file into a folder.
- Copy and paste the .wads into that folder.
- If they're not already, name them doom and doom2.
- Click the zdoom .exe, select your game and your ready!