This just goes to show the greatness of Pink Floyd, and what a lasting cultural impact “The Wall” album has on society.
The anti-establishment theme of “The Wall”, written by Roger Waters, is often used today as an album for rebels and those who are dissatisfied with the behaviors of the state. But Floyd’s earlier work, namely “Dark Side of the Moon”, discusses the broader theme of universalism and equality and also fits into the discussion of the freedom of Iranians.
“Us and them..
And after all, we’re only ordinary men.”
– “Us and Them”
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost