If you had grown up pre-Disco and listened to several Pink Floyd albums upon release (I started by hearing "Meddle," then went on to grab each following Floyd album within a week or so of release -- I was a huge fan) "The Wall" as a whole, and especially Another Brick in the Wall, Part 2, the rhythm was a complete departure (boringly monotonous, IMO). When I first heard Another Brick in the Wall, Part 2, I was driving in my car. I could tell it was Pink Floyd (the album was dropping that week). I pulled my car over to listen to the song. At the end of it I literally said to myself: "Disco Floyd"