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Roger Waters: Amused To Death

Album Review

Waters’s proudest solo moment and 23-year studio full stop reflects on social disintegration.

In 2000, Roger Waters told Classic Rock that he’d been involved in two truly classic albums, Dark Side Of The Moon and The Wall, adding “and if you haven’t got Amused To Death you haven’t got the full set”. A bold statement, to align his 1992 solo behemoth alongside two of the greatest concept albums ever made, like the final part of a monumental triptych.

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