Pink Floyd released The Wall in 1979. It was the British rock band's 11th album. They had been together for a decade and a half at that point and had changed substantially from their psych rock origins, partially due to the loss of their original guitarist Syd Barrett and the addition of his replacement, David Gilmour. While Pink Floyd had become massive in the subsequent years, some critics were initially skeptical of The Wall. After all, it was an 80-minute concept record. But the record, which was initially conceived by bassist Roger Waters, quickly found its rightful place, becoming regarded as one of the best rock records of all time. It went on to be a globally chart topping record and would sell 30 million copies worldwide. And then, in 1982, Alan Parker sent the songs to the screen, directing a feature-length film with a script written by Waters himself. The movie was a hit, bringing a beloved album to life. This vintage Pink Floyd shirt, in excellent condition, features art from The Wall movie.