Was another brick in the wall banned?
The album track ‘Another Brick in the Wall (Part II)’ gained further gravitas after it was banned in South Africa back in 1980 as it soon became the rallying call of the oppressed. Pink Floyd’s iconic number, ‘Another Brick in the Wall (Part II)’ became the anthemic call to arms for those children.
Who covered another brick in the wall?
|Another Brick in the Wall Part 2||Billy Sherwood, Fee Waybill, Alex Ligertwood, David Glen Eisley, Mike Porcaro, Gregg Bissonette, Ronnie Montrose, Bob Kulick|
|Another Brick in the Wall||Reanimator|
|Another Brick In The Mason’s Wall||Big Lee|
|Another Brick in the Wall (Parts 1, 2, …||Korn|
What guitar did David Gilmour use on another brick in the wall?
For the solos on Another Brick in the Wall Part II, Dave Gilmour used a Gibson Les Paul Goldtop with P90 soapbar pickups. The original P-90’s predated the humbucker and, being big single coils pickups, had more top end in their sound.
Why was another brick in the wall banned?
It was [Waters’] reflections on his life and how his schooling was part of that.” The single, as well as the album The Wall, were banned in South Africa in 1980 after it was adopted by supporters of a nationwide school boycott protesting instituted racial inequities in education under apartheid.
When was Pink Floyd Another Brick in the Wall number one?
In 1980, Pink Floyd’s Another Brick In The Wall started a four week run at No. 1 on the US singles chart.