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[[File:Floyd_At_The_Speed_Of_Punk.jpg|thumb|The album cover]]
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'''''Punk Floyd at the Brick in the Wall''''' was the 5th album by [[Punk Floyd]] and was released 1976 during a massive world tour while Punk Floyd were at the peak of their powers. 
|Box title = Punk Floyd at the Speed of the Brick in the Wall
 
|image = file:Punk Floyd at the Speed of the Brick in the Wall.jpg
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{{Wikipedia 1|The Wall}}{{Wikipedia 2|Wings at the Speed of Sound}}
|Row 1 title = Released
 
|Row 1 info = 25 March 1976
 
|Row 2 title = Recorded
 
|Row 2 info = August–October 1975; 5 January – 4 February 1976
 
|Row 3 title = Genre
 
|Row 3 info = Punk
 
|Row 4 title = Length
 
|Row 4 info = 80:39
 
|Row 5 title = Label
 
|Row 5 info = [[Capatol Records]]}}'''''Punk Floyd at the Speed of the Brick in the Wall''''' was the 5th album by [[Punk Floyd]] and was released 1976 during a massive world tour while Punk Floyd were at the peak of their powers. {{Wikipedia 1|The Wall}}{{Wikipedia 2|Wings at the Speed of Sound}}
 
 
==Background==
 
==Background==
 
Released in 1976, during the height of their popularity, ''Punk Floyd at the Brick in the Wall'' in considered to be the band's most iconic piece. Featuring such songs as "[[Ugly Hate Songs]]" and "The Stabbing You Never Saw (if you're smart)", it exemplified McQuickly's ability to transition from the Rutles into an equally vast yet substantially more violent marketplace. During the concert tour of the band, 20 people were killed, a record low.
 
Released in 1976, during the height of their popularity, ''Punk Floyd at the Brick in the Wall'' in considered to be the band's most iconic piece. Featuring such songs as "[[Ugly Hate Songs]]" and "The Stabbing You Never Saw (if you're smart)", it exemplified McQuickly's ability to transition from the Rutles into an equally vast yet substantially more violent marketplace. During the concert tour of the band, 20 people were killed, a record low.

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