A bit like marmite - you either love him or hate him - but there's no doubting the power of Roger Waters music. The Pink Floyd visionary became the latest in a long line of era defining artists to grace BST Hyde Park last night - once again taking his sonic and visual experimentation to breath-taking levels, turning Rock 'n' Roll into theatre on the grandest scale. Roger’s performance featured the biggest quadrophonic sound system ever built - complemented by jaw dropping moments – such as the rising towers of Battersea Power station evoking the cover of the classic, but underrated album, 'Animals', the iconic pigs floating over the audience plus a Spitfire crashing into the stage. However, the most important thing was that Waters 'Us + Them' took us on a marvellous musical journey with songs from their greatest albums 'Wish You Were Here', 'The Wall' and 'Dark Side of The Moon', along with tracks from his critically acclaimed new album 'Is This The Life We Really Want?'. Simply awesome - just check out our Video Of The Day.