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| 1992 - Amused to Death |
Amused To Death
Roger Waters, 1992
Dedicated to Private William Hubbard (1888-1917), Eight Battalion of the Royal Fusiliers, City of London Regiment.
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Release date: August 26th, 1992
Roger Waters spent about five years on and off this project bumping the release date at least twice. It was not the sales success it was hoped it would be, despite its commercial hype.
A mixing process called QSound was used in Amused to Death, with bery good results and amazing effects.
Amused to Death explores Waters' disillusionment with modern Western society, focusing specifically on the influence of television and the mass media. The title actually refers to television. Specifically, a book by Neil Postman, called "Amusing Ourselves to Death: Public Discourse in the Age of Show Business".
Roger Waters, on "What God Wants": "It is written in response primarily to the notion... [Read More]
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