The brooding bard behind Pink Floyd left that band after The Final Cut to pursue his own imaginary windmills. No more or less successful than Pete Townshend, the solo music of Roger Waters recalls a constipated version of his former band, to my ears anyway. Still, there are many who would champion Waters' solo works, so dive right in if you're so inclined. But if The Final Cut was the last straw, move on, since it doesn't get any better than that here.
|Date||ALBUMS / Singles|
|1970 October||MUSIC FROM "THE BODY"|
|1984 April||5.01 AM (The Pros and Cons of Hitchhiking)|
|1984 May||THE PROS AND CONS OF HITCHHIKING|
|1984 June||5.06 AM (Every Strangers Eyes)|
|1987 May||Radio Waves|
|1987 June||RADIO K.A.O.S.|
|1987 November||The Tide Is Turning (After Live Aid)|
|1990 September||THE WALL: LIVE IN BERLIN|
|1990 September||Another Brick in the Wall - Part 2 (live)|
|1990||The Tide Is Turning (live)|
|1992 August||What God Wants, Part 1|
|1992 September||AMUSED TO DEATH|
|1992 December||The Bravery of Being Out of Range|
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