Pink Floyd Releases 1994 Performance Of “Run Like Hell”

Pink Floyd Releases 1994 Performance Of “Run Like Hell” | I Love Classic Rock Videos

Pink Floyd live in 1994 - Pink Floyd / Youtube

Pink Floyd uploaded a video performance of their 1979 hit, “Run Like Hell,” taken from the 1995 concert film, “Pulse”.

The performance was filmed live in London, UK, for the supporting tour of their 1994 album Division Bell. This particular version was restored and reedited in 2019 from the original master tapes in time for “The Later Years 1987-2019” box set.

“Run Like Hell” is the second single from The Wall, which held the top spot on the charts in numerous countries – it stayed for 15 weeks in the US – and was a bestseller with over 30 million copies sold worldwide.

The band took the rock opera album on tour in 1980 and 1981 in a series of limited engagement runs due to the sheer effort and resources spent on the stage production – which included the building and tearing down after every show. Pink Floyd delivered a total of 31 performances in four cities: Los Angeles, Uniondale NY, London, and Dortmund with over half a million guests in attendance.