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The Final Cut (2011 Remastered Version)

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Four years separate this album from its predecessor The Wall which placed Pink Floyd at the height of its success. A well named Final Cut (a requiem for the post war dream), which will be the last disc with Roger Waters, solitary author of this concept-album which he interprets in its almost entirety — and the only one where keyboardist Richard Wright does not appear. Like a first solo opus? No doubt... His grandiloquence, put at the service of a frenzied anti-militarism (England and Argentina then clashed in the Falklands), is reminiscent of The Wall of which he reworked certain compositions that were discarded at the time. The result is an essay, lyrical at will.

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1
The Post War Dream
00:02:59

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, Lead vocals, Bass guitar, Tape effects - David Gilmour, Lead and rhythm guitars, additional backing vocals - Nick Mason, Drums & Tape effects) - Michael Kamen, Harmonium - Written by Roger Waters - Produced by Roger Waters, James Guthrie and Michael Kamen - James Guthrie, Engineering - Andrew Jackson, Engineering - Mike Nocito, Assistant Engineer - Jules Bowen, Assistant Engineer - Andy Canelle, Assistant Engineer - Doog Sax, mastering - Mastered by James Guthrie & Joel Plante at das boot recording, 2011

(P) 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Sony Music Entertainment

2
Your Possible Pasts
00:04:23

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, Lead vocals, Bass guitar, Tape effects - David Gilmour, Lead and rhythm guitars, additional backing vocals - Nick Mason, Drums & Tape effects) - Michael Kamen, Harmonium - Written by Roger Waters - Produced by Roger Waters, James Guthrie and Michael Kamen - James Guthrie, Engineering - Andrew Jackson, Engineering - Mike Nocito, Assistant Engineer - Jules Bowen, Assistant Engineer - Andy Canelle, Assistant Engineer - Doog Sax, mastering - Mastered by James Guthrie & Joel Plante at das boot recording, 2011

(P) 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Sony Music Entertainment

3
One of the Few
00:01:14

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, Lead vocals, Bass guitar [acoustic guitar], Synthesizers, Tape effects - David Gilmour, additional backing vocals - Nick Mason, Tape effects) - Written by Roger Waters - Produced by Roger Waters, James Guthrie and Michael Kamen - James Guthrie, Engineering - Andrew Jackson, Engineering - Mike Nocito, Assistant Engineer - Jules Bowen, Assistant Engineer - Andy Canelle, Assistant Engineer - Doog Sax, mastering - Mastered by James Guthrie & Joel Plante at das boot recording, 2011

(P) 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Sony Music Entertainment

4
When the Tigers Broke Free
00:03:17

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, Lead vocals, Bass guitar [acoustic guitar], Synthesizers, Tape effects - David Gilmour, Lead and rhythm guitars, additional backing vocals - Nick Mason, Drums & Tape effects) - Andy Bown, Electric piano - Written by Roger Waters - Produced by Roger Waters, James Guthrie and Michael Kamen - James Guthrie, Engineering - Andrew Jackson, Engineering - Mike Nocito, Assistant Engineer - Jules Bowen, Assistant Engineer - Andy Canelle, Assistant Engineer - Doog Sax, mastering - Mastered by James Guthrie & Joel Plante at das boot recording, 2011

(P) 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Sony Music Entertainment

5
The Hero's Return
00:02:42

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, Lead vocals, Bass guitar, Tape effects - David Gilmour, Lead and rhythm guitars, additional backing vocals - Nick Mason, Drums & Tape effects) - Raphael Ravenscroft, Tenor saxophone - Michael Kamen, Electric piano - Andy Bown, Piano - National Philharmonic Orchestra conducted and arranged by Michael Kamen - Written by Roger Waters - Produced by Roger Waters, James Guthrie and Michael Kamen - James Guthrie, Engineering - Andrew Jackson, Engineering - Mike Nocito, Assistant Engineer - Jules Bowen, Assistant Engineer - Andy Canelle, Assistant Engineer - Doog Sax, mastering - Mastered by James Guthrie & Joel Plante at das boot recording, 2011

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6
The Gunner's Dream
00:05:18

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, Lead vocals, Bass guitar [acosutic guitar], Tape effects - David Gilmour, additional backing vocals - Nick Mason, Tape effects) - Michael Kamen, Piano - Andy Bown, Hammond Organ - Ray Cooper, Percussion - National Philharmonic Orchestra conducted and arranged by Michael Kamen - Written by Roger Waters - Produced by Roger Waters, James Guthrie and Michael Kamen - James Guthrie, Engineering - Andrew Jackson, Engineering - Mike Nocito, Assistant Engineer - Jules Bowen, Assistant Engineer - Andy Canelle, Assistant Engineer - Doog Sax, mastering - Mastered by James Guthrie & Joel Plante at das boot recording, 2011

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7
Paranoid Eyes
00:03:41

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, Lead vocals, Acoustic guitar, Tape effects - David Gilmour, additional backing vocals - Nick Mason, Tape effects) - National Philharmonic Orchestra conducted and arranged by Michael Kamen - Written by Roger Waters - Produced by Roger Waters, James Guthrie and Michael Kamen - James Guthrie, Engineering - Andrew Jackson, Engineering - Mike Nocito, Assistant Engineer - Jules Bowen, Assistant Engineer - Andy Canelle, Assistant Engineer - Doog Sax, mastering - Mastered by James Guthrie & Joel Plante at das boot recording, 2011

(P) 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Sony Music Entertainment

8
Get Your Filthy Hands Off My Desert
00:01:16

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, Lead vocals, Bass guitar, Tape effects - David Gilmour, Lead and rhythm guitars, additional backing vocals - Nick Mason, Drums & Tape effects) - Michael Kamen, Piano - National Philharmonic Orchestra conducted and arranged by Michael Kamen - Written by Roger Waters - Produced by Roger Waters, James Guthrie and Michael Kamen - James Guthrie, Engineering - Andrew Jackson, Engineering - Mike Nocito, Assistant Engineer - Jules Bowen, Assistant Engineer - Andy Canelle, Assistant Engineer

(P) 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Sony Music Entertainment

9
The Fletcher Memorial Home
00:04:09

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, Lead vocals, Bass guitar [acoustic guitar], Tape effects - David Gilmour, additional backing vocals - Nick Mason, Tape effects) - Michael Kamen, Piano - National Philharmonic Orchestra conducted and arranged by Michael Kamen - Written by Roger Waters - Produced by Roger Waters, James Guthrie and Michael Kamen - Hugo Zuccarelli, Holophonics - James Guthrie, Engineering - Andrew Jackson, Engineering - Mike Nocito, Assistant Engineer - Jules Bowen, Assistant Engineer - Andy Canelle, Assistant Engineer - Doog Sax, mastering - Mastered by James Guthrie & Joel Plante at das boot recording, 2011

(P) 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Sony Music Entertainment

10
Southampton Dock
00:02:09

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, Lead vocals, Bass guitar [twelve-string guitar], Tape effects - David Gilmour, Lead and rhythm guitars, additional backing vocals - Nick Mason, Drums & Tape effects) - Michael Kamen, Piano & Harmonium - National Philharmonic Orchestra conducted and arranged by Michael Kamen - Written by Roger Waters - Produced by Roger Waters, James Guthrie and Michael Kamen - James Guthrie, Engineering - Andrew Jackson, Engineering - Mike Nocito, Assistant Engineer - Jules Bowen, Assistant Engineer - Andy Canelle, Assistant Engineer - Doog Sax, mastering - Mastered by James Guthrie & Joel Plante at das boot recording, 2011

(P) 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Sony Music Entertainment

11
The Final Cut
00:04:47

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, Lead vocals, Bass guitar [acoustic guitar], Synthetizers, Tape effects - David Gilmour, Lead and rhythm guitars, Co-lead vocals, additional backing vocals - Nick Mason, Drums & Tape effects) - Andy Bown, Hammond Organ - Written by Roger Waters - Produced by Roger Waters, James Guthrie and Michael Kamen - James Guthrie, Engineering - Andrew Jackson, Engineering - Mike Nocito, Assistant Engineer - Jules Bowen, Assistant Engineer - Andy Canelle, Assistant Engineer - Doog Sax, mastering - Mastered by James Guthrie & Joel Plante at das boot recording, 2011

(P) 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Sony Music Entertainment

12
Not Now John
00:04:59

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, Lead vocals, Bass guitar [acoustic guitar], Tape effects - David Gilmour, Lead and rhythm guitars, additional backing vocals - Nick Mason, Tape effects) - Raphael Ravenscroft, Tenor saxophone - Michael Kamen, Piano - Andy Bown, Hammond Organ - Andy Newmark, Drums - Ray Cooper, Percussion - Doreen Chanter & Irene Chanter, Backing vocals - Written by Roger Waters - Produced by Roger Waters, James Guthrie and Michael Kamen - James Guthrie, Engineering - Andrew Jackson, Engineering - Mike Nocito, Assistant Engineer - Jules Bowen, Assistant Engineer - Andy Canelle, Assistant Engineer - Doog Sax, mastering - Mastered by James Guthrie & Joel Plante at das boot recording, 2011

(P) 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Sony Music Entertainment

13
Two Suns in the Sunset
00:05:18

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, Lead vocals, Bass guitar [acosutic guitar], tape effects - David Gilmour, Lead and rhythm guitars, additional backing vocals - Nick Mason, Drums & tape effects) - Michael Kamen, Piano, Harmonium - Andy Bown, Hammond Organ - Andy Newmark, Drums - Ray Cooper, Percussion - Written by Roger Waters - Produced by Roger Waters, James Guthrie and Michael Kamen - James Guthrie, Engineering - Andrew Jackson, Engineering - Mike Nocito, Assistant Engineer - Jules Bowen, Assistant Engineer - Andy Canelle, Assistant Engineer - Doog Sax, mastering - Mastered by James Guthrie & Joel Plante at das boot recording, 2011

(P) 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Sony Music Entertainment

Album Description

Four years separate this album from its predecessor The Wall which placed Pink Floyd at the height of its success. A well named Final Cut (a requiem for the post war dream), which will be the last disc with Roger Waters, solitary author of this concept-album which he interprets in its almost entirety — and the only one where keyboardist Richard Wright does not appear. Like a first solo opus? No doubt... His grandiloquence, put at the service of a frenzied anti-militarism (England and Argentina then clashed in the Falklands), is reminiscent of The Wall of which he reworked certain compositions that were discarded at the time. The result is an essay, lyrical at will.

Details of original recording : Recorded in England at Mayfair, Olympic, Abbey Road, Eel Pie, Audio International, Rak, Hookend and The Billiard Room between July and December 1982.

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