Los Angelas, CA, January 29, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Outside The Wall Interviews Corey Feldman:
Highly acclaimed North American Pink Floyd website Outside The Wall contributes another wonderful interview. This time they talk with Corey Feldman about his bands new album Technology Anthology. They chat about Pink Floyd members that were involved in the project, how the album was inspired, his desire to play the leading role in the soon to come broadway show"The Wall", the recent death of Pink Floyd member Richard Wright and more. Here is a snippet from the piece.
How much of a influence have they been on you?
Corey: "Tremendous. Specifically with this style of music. To me they are individually and collectively the most generous group of musicians ever gathered together. Granted The Beatles are still the greatest rock band of all time, but for different reasons. Floyd explored regions of the mind and soul the Beatles wouldn't dare consider. I know people who are afraid to listen to Pink Floyd. It strikes a nerve like a raw emotion that you don't expect."
With the recent death of Rick Wright many Pink Floyd fans across the world were impacted in different ways. I know I was depressed for a solid weak after the loss. How did it impact you and how did you hear about it?
Corey: "Well I think I heard about it the same as everyone else, on the news. I of course called the people I knew that were close to him, and wished my condolences. As far as the impact I was conflicted with true grief for the loss of a man and the effect it had on the people around him, and the selfish sorrow of facing the realisation that there would truly never be a final Pink Floyd reunion. I then decided to tribute the new album to him, and added a dedication a day before final press."
The full interview can be read on the site at www.outsidethewall.net