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Listening to Another Brick In The Wall Part II and its grotesque portrayal of the British education system of the era, it probably comes as little surprise that school was rough for Roger Waters.
“The regime at school was a very oppressive one,” he told author Mark Blake. “The same kids who are susceptible to bullying by other kids are also susceptible to bullying by the teachers.”
He obviously wasn't alone in his feelings, as Another Brick In The Wall (Part II), complete with its school choir and jaw-dropping David Gilmour solo, went on to become the band's only number 1 single.