It is now over 25 years since the launch of The Wall. Conceived by Roger Waters as an ambitious double album, a spectacular live show and a ground breaking feature film, The Wall has gone on to achieve iconic status in the history of popular music. It has been both lavished with praise and subjected to the most hostile criticism imaginable. Using the actual words of the band and the critics then and now, this is the independent critical review of a milestone in popular culture, which strips away the prejudices to produce the ultimate retrospective on one of the most important popular works of the twentieth century. Bonus features include new interpretations of the music from The Wall by Mostly Autumn.