23 March 2015
Flashback to 1982, Pink Floyd's prog rock album The Wall is released to critical acclaim, a story of depression and true Rock n roll detached emotions set in post war 50's Britain.
The Wall was used in the school scene where the protagonist "Pink" was trapped in an oppressive school system culminating in him and his fellow pupils falling into a meat grinder, nice. The children then rebel and destroy the school as well as the teacher, even nicer.
With sets designed by cartoonist Gerald Scarfe this piece of the original wall be be up for grabs soon on EBay.