Roger Walters - Amused to Death FLAC album
Title: Amused to Death
FLAC version ZIP size: 1695 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1953 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1511 mb
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Released September 1, 1992. Amused To Death Tracklist. 1. The Ballad of Bill Hubbard Lyrics. The album highlights some particularly troubling examples of this effect, such as the ability of people to distance themselves from real life calamity such as war because they are experiencing it as uninvolved spectators, and the subtle ways that the sensationalization of information shapes society’s feelings towards it. Many of the themes present in the album will be familiar to long-time fans of Waters'.
I bought Amused to Death as soon as it was released because I was/am a huge fan of Roger Waters. The original CD was mastered differently from the vinyl & employed a technology called Q Sound. The sleeve actually had set up notes saying that if the dog barking at the start didn't sound like it was coming from miles behind your loudspeakers then your speakers were too far from the rear wall. There's a track on the album that harks back to The Wall when the hooker is in his bedroom. It doesn't have a jet, but it does have a truck which rumbles from left to right a la Kraftwerk.
Band Name Roger Waters. Album Name Amused To Death. Released date September 1992.
Amused to Death is the third studio album by English musician Roger Waters, released 1 September 1992 on Columbia. A remastered remix by Waters and James Guthrie was released in 2015. Roger Waters started working on Amused to Death in 1987 when he first wrote "Perfect Sense. It was several years before the album was released.