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Titles in bold are tracks Malcolm appears on.
1. In the Flesh? - Adrian Belew, Alan White & Steve Porcaro
2. The Thin Ice - Ian Anderson & Tony Levin
3. Another Brick in the Wall Part 1 - Steve More & Billy Sherwood
4. Goodbye Blue Sky - Steve Howe & Billy Sherwood
5. Happiest Days of Our Lives - Billy Sherwood & Vinnie Coliauta
6. Another Brick in The Wall Part 2 - Fee Waybill, Ronnie Montrose & Mike Porcaro
7. Mother - John Wetton, Adrian Belew & Alan White
8. Empty Spaces - Billy Sherwood & Robby Krieger
9. Young Lust - Glen Hughes
10. One of my Turns - Tommy Shaw
11. Don't Leave Me Now - Tommy Shaw & Robby Kreiger
12. Another Brick in The Wall Part 3 - Steve Lukather & Tony Levin
13. Goodbye Cruel World - Billy Sherwood & Tony Levin
1. Hey You - John Wetton, Steve Lukather, Tommy Shaw & Alan White
2. Is There Anybody Out There? - Adrian Belew & Billy Sherwood
3. Nobody Home - Rick Wakeman
4. Vera - Tommy Shaw & Steve Howe
5. Bring the Boys Back Home - Billy Sherwood & Jay Schellen
6. Comfortably Numb - Chris Squire & Alan White
7. The Show Must Go On - Adrian Belew & Vinnie Coliauta
8. In the Flesh - Billy Sherwood, Steve Porcaro & Vinnie Coliauta
9. Run Like Hell - Jason Chefe, Dweezil Zappa & Tony Kaye
10. Waiting for the Worms - Billy Sherwood, Tony Levin & Vinnie Coliauta
11. Stop - Billy Sherwood
12. The Trial - Malcolm McDowell
13. Outside the Wall - Billy Sherwood
14. Isn't this Where We Came in? - Billy Sherwood
Billboard 8/9/05 - Several veteran rock artists have teamed to record a track-by-track tribute to Pink Floyd's "The Wall." Due Sept. 27 via the Cleopatra Records' Purple Pyramid imprint, "Back Against the Wall" boasts the participation of Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson, the Doors' Robby Krieger and Yes' Rick Wakeman, Chris Squire and Steve Howe. Another former Yes alum, Billy Sherwood, produced the tribute, which also features King Crimson's Adrian Belew and Tony Levin, ELP's Keith Emerson, Styx's Tommy Shaw and Toto's Steve Lukather, as well as actor Malcolm McDowell, who provides spoken dialogue. "All the artists involved poured their hearts and soul into this body of work and it shows," Sherwood says. "It is with the utmost respect to Pink Floyd that we took the challenge."
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How was it that you got Malcolm McDowell?
Billy Sherwood: I had worked with Malcolm on a previous project. He was doing a play that the singer from AC/DC was working on, and I engineered those sessions and got along great with Malcolm. I remembered what a great job he did with that Broadwayesque sort of thing and when I was thinking about The Trial and the attitude of all of the characters, the wife, the teacher and the judge, I just thought, 'You know, Malcolm could just eat this thing alive,' which he did. I also thought that having the guy from A Clockwork Orange, that incredibly violent character, added a special twist to it. It made sense because although it is sung, it is really more acted.
2006 - Malcolm returns for the sequel - Return to the Dark Side of the Moon.
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