Roger Waters at U.S. Airways Center

Since it's safe to say that at least most of the audience was already familiar with the context of the lyrics and the material being performed, Waters was able to largely base the show on visual storytelling. From the (totally non-anti-Semitic) symbols of society being dropped by B-52 planes during "Goodbye Blue Sky" to the captivating models shown during "Young Lust," there was so much to see. At one point, the visuals were packed with symbols of society from materialism and brand names to symbols of culture, from sex and partying to news broadcasts and images of war...full story

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