|1. The Post War Dream|
|2. Your Possible Pasts|
|3. One Of The Few|
|4. When The Tigers Broke Free|
|5. The Hero's Return|
|6. The Gunners Dream|
|7. Paranoid Eyes|
|8. Get Your Filthy Hands Off My Desert|
|9. The Fletcher Memorial Home|
|10. Southampton Dock|
|11. The Final Cut|
|12. Not Now John|
|13. Two Suns In The Sunset|
It took me years to fully appreciate this album. It is fragmented and today it is dated in its 1980s references to Thatcher and the Falkland war. Read morePublished on Nov. 11 2011 by Albert Stadt
When I bought this cd it was supose to be new but when I receive it the cd was open and put it in a small bag sealed but the cd was in good condition .Published on Oct. 4 2010 by Patrice Gagné
Musically, this was not one of my favourite Pink Floyd albums, though the lyrics are commendable for their criticisms of war and corporate greed. Read morePublished on Oct. 12 2006 by Doc
Here, i am a huge floyd fan, and i have 8 of thier cd's, (pulse 2 discs, DSOTM, animalz, wish u were here, the wall, and the final cut), the final cut is deff the worst of them... Read morePublished on March 3 2005
I have to say Roger Waters is TRULY A musical MONSTER!
His EXTREMELY valued contribution to Pink Floyd has always been lyrics. Read more
At first listen this album does not seem like much. It doesn't have the killer singles the wall had. It doesn't have the experimental sounds of dark side of the moon. Read morePublished on July 11 2004
This album is the best album ever.
This album proof why Waters is the best composer ever.
This is a psychedelic album with the best part of pink floyd. Read more
Pink Floyd's The Final Cut was released in April of 1983. The album was the first Pink Floyd album of new material since 1979's The Wall. Read morePublished on June 20 2004 by Terrence J Reardon