Andrew Hutton | Tokyo, JP. | 02/10/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I havent bough this CD but... I think an attempt at creating a dance version of The Wall is a pretty cool idea in this day and age. But this is crap. Just listen to the sound files on this page, and if you havent heard the original Pink Floyd album, listen to the sound files for that and compare. No contest. Even if you somehow dont like the original The Wall, how can you like this?? So sterile and lifeless. Especially the vocals, its like a moron singing in his sleep, no really. Also, they could have at least made this album on a decent whatever the hell it is you use to make all these lame sounds called techno. But it sounds like a MIDI file, frighteningly so. The same goes for their horrible attempt at Dark Side of the Moon 2001. Hello, Out of Phase?? What are you doing? Talk about a bad career choice. You guys suck."
Do not buy this
Jack Davis | New York City, U.S.A. | 02/13/2006
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I can't believe you people who are saying: "I thought this was Pink Floyd, but it's not". Look at the cover of the CD!! You think PF would ever release an album called Pink Floyd TRIBUTE: The Wall 2000? It's a tribute people, look at the cover! And a horrible tribute. All this is is some crappy techno band doing cover songs. My friend made the mistake of buying this (without looking at the cover) and he played it for me one day. I was disgusted. I looked at him and said: "You really need to return this and get the REAL Wall." In fact, I listened to almost all of the first 3 songs. They sound NOTHING like the original songs. Do yourself a favor, save your money, and do NOT purchase this CD! This is NOT Pink Floyd!"
No, don't buy this.
Chad | 04/10/2006
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Just check out all the other reviews. They all hate this album with a passion. And when I was reading through them I was just thinking "Come on, it can't be that bad!" and I checked out the samples.
Okay, yeah, it is that bad.
Basically what this is is a dance version of The Wall.
In other words this is taking an amazing powerful concept album and turning it into a bunch of emotionless party-background tracks.
My main beef with the album isn't with how the music sounds so much but with how utterly emotionless they treat the songs. It sounds just like some stereotypical dance music, like the singer was totally ignorant of the song's meanings. And I bet you, this is why so many people hate this album.
So, if you're okay with the idea of turning a masterpiece into a bunch of simple run-of-the-mill electronica, then you might consider checking this one out...."