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Exclusive Stream: Pink Floyd, 'Young Lust' ('The Wall' Work In Progress Pt. 1)

Listen to the band's demo from the 'Immersion' box set

Pink Floyd
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March 5, 2012 9:00 AM ET

Pink Floyd's opus, The Wall, is now available in a special "Immersion" edition – 7 discs! – featuring video footage from the band's 1980 tour, a Behind The Wall documentary, a live recording of songs from the album and CDs of Roger Waters' original demos and the band's works-in-progress. Rolling Stone has an exclusive stream of the band demo of "Young Lust," one of the album's hardest rockers. The starker demo version emphasizes the song's funky bass line and a toned-down, almost relaxed vocal.

Listen to Pink Floyd's "Young Lust":

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