Roger Waters

When the Wind Blows

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A more than slightly interesting effort that finds Roger Waters playing film composer, albeit with a Radio K.A.O.S.-era sound. The music is dense, complex, structured as a one-act play in the context of the album. It and David Bowie's title song are the best points of this album -- the Genesis contribution is ho-hum, Squeeze boring, and Hugh Cornwell dreadful.

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