Pink Floyd - The Final Cut

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Pink Floyd - The Final Cut

Released in 1983, "The Final Cut" is the title track from Pink Floyd's album The Final Cut.

The Final Cut is an anti-war concept album, who Roger Waters alone is credited for writing. The music explores what Waters regards as the betrayal of fallen British servicemen—such as his father—who during the Second World War sacrificed their lives in the spirit of a post-war dream.

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"The Final Cut" is the title track from Pink Floyd's 1983 album The Final Cut.

This song tells of a man's isolation, depression, sexual repression and rejection. At the end of the song he attempts suicide but "never had the nerve to make the final cut". The words "behind the wall" in the song are obscured by a shotgun blast. It is a reference to the Floyd's 1979 album, The Wall, and additionally the song may be told from its main character of Pink.

"The Final Cut" is one of many songs used in The Final Cut that had been previously rejected from The Wall. This song is in the video version of the album The Final Cut Video EP. The song made an appearance as the B-side of the "Selections From The Final Cut" radio promo single (with "Your Possible Pasts" on the A-side.) It also appears in the film Strange Frame.
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