In 1980, Pink Floyd toured to promote The Wall, the album that resonated with millions of Cold War adolescents. Three decades later, Pink Floyd's Roger Waters is on tour recreating the original "Wall" experience, down to the giant puppets and 40-foot wall. Studio 360's Eric Molinsky wondered if one of the world's best-selling records is still a classic, or kind of Jurassic.
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