Crossword clues for walls
- Places for outlets
- Maze features
- Edifice parts
- Where paintings and posters are hung
- They're thin at budget motels
- They stand around a room
- They meet at corners
- Squash court features
- Some meet at corners
- Sides of a room
- Sides of a cubicle
- Settings for murals
- Room boundaries
- Prison features
- Places for portraits
- Places for murals
- Online university's lack
- Encloses, with "off"
- Ancient city protectors
Walls may refer to:
- The plural of wall, a structure.
Walls is the fifth overall release and fourth EP by the Brisbane band The Red Paintings. Released in Australia on 23 May 2005, it is considered their first major breakthrough, and was received with praise and favourable reviews.
Walls is the third studio album by electronic musician Apparat, released in 2007.
The album received positive reviews from critics, with Allmusic calling the album "remarkable" and saying that it "ranks as his best yet.". Pitchfork compared the album to the work of M83 and Slowdive, calling it "one of the best electronic dream-pop records in a while". Most reviews highlighted "Arcadia" as one of the finest tracks on the album.
Vocals on "Hailin from the Edge", "Holdon", "Headup" and "Over and Over" were contributed by Raz Ohara.
"Walls" is the third single released by the Australian rock band Flowers, later known as Icehouse. It was released in January 1981, on independent label Regular Records from their debut album, Icehouse, it peaked at #20 on the Australian Kent Music Reoport Singles Charts. It was also released in New Zealand, with a different cover, which was the last release before the band was renamed as Icehouse.
Iva Davies has said that Walls was autobiographical for a period of his life.
The music video was directed by Trevor Hawkins:
"Walls" is the lead single from The Rocket Summer's album Of Men and Angels. The song was written by The Rocket Summer frontman-and sole member-Bryce Avary, and was released in February 2010. In an interview with AOL, Avary stated that the song is "about struggles and about having issues in your life that you just can't seem to quite get a grip on, whether that's depression or whether that's anything."
"Walls" is a song by the progressive rock band Yes, from their 1994 album Talk. Roger Hodgson, the songwriter formerly of fellow progressive rock band Supertramp, wrote "Walls" with Yes guitarist Trevor Rabin. It was a rock radio hit for the band, reaching number 24 on Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. It also became Yes’ second-to-last charting single.
"Walls (Circus)" is a song written by Tom Petty and recorded by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. It was released in July 1996 as the only single from their soundtrack album Songs and Music from "She's the One". The song features Lindsey Buckingham on background vocals in a sheer Fleetwood Mac style. The song peaked at number 69 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart. The song was recorded at Sound City Studios by engineer Sylvia Massy. An alternate arrangement of the song, played at a faster tempo, was included on the soundtrack under the title "Walls (No. 3)". The song was later covered by Glen Campbell on his 2008 album Meet Glen Campbell.
Walls is the second studio album by An Horse. It was recorded in Vancouver, Canada in Summer 2010, and released on 26 April 2011 in the United States and Canada and on 29 April 2011 in Australia, Germany, Austria, and Switzerland by Mom + Pop Music. It features Kate Cooper on lead guitar and vocals, Damon Cox on drums, and was produced and mixed by Howard Redekopp. The album has been praised for its "gritty, understated approach", but has also received criticism for not deviating substantially from their approach with Rearrange Beds.
Walls (stylized, WALLS) is a live album from Gateway Worship. Gateway Create released the album on October 2, 2015.
Walls are an electronic band from the UK.They are a two piece composed of Alessio Natalizia and Sam WIllis.
Italian Natalizia moved to London in 2008 and started his project Banjo or Freakout. Willis originated in Manchester and moved to London in 1996. They have released two albums on Kompakt Records.
Their first album (self titled) picked up Mojo 's 'Electronic Album Of The Year'. They were also featured in NME 's end-of-year list.
Walls won critical acclaim with their second album Coracle, released in August 2011. Their first single from it, "Sunporch", was released on 29 August 2011.
Walls debut was also a favourite amongst their contemporaries – Jamie xx, Caribou, James Holden and Battles. The Field and Pantha Du Prince are also known to have collaborated with the artist.
Walls are signed to Kompakt record label and have featured on a compilation album named Total 11.
Walls is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
- Andrew Walls, British theologian
- Bill Walls (born 1914), American football player
- Bob Walls (born 1927), New Zealand painter
- Craig Walls (born 1958), American football player
- Daniel Frank Walls (born 1942), New Zealand physicist
- Darrin Walls (born 1988), American football player
- David Walls (academic) (born 1941), American academic
- Everson Walls (born 1959), former NFL player
- Frank Walls (born 1973), American illustrator
- Gavin Walls (born 1980), American football player
- Gordon Lynn Walls (born 1905), American biologist
- Herkie Walls (born 1961), American arena football player
- James Walls (born 1892), Scottish footballer
- Jaquay Walls (born 1978), American basketball player
- Jeannette Walls (born 1960), American writer
- Jim Walls, American police officer
- Josiah T. Walls (born 1842), American Congressman
- Laura Walls, American professor
- Lee Walls (born 1933), baseball player
- Lenny Walls (born 1979), American football player
- Martin Walls (born 1970), British-American poet
- Mickey Walls (born 1974), Canadian jockey
- Peter Walls (born 1927), Rhodesian military officer
- Raymond Walls (born 1979), American football player
- Richard Walls (born 1937), New Zealand politician
- Robert Walls (born 1950), Australian footballer, coach and commentator
- Rosanna Walls (born 1975), Spanish actress
- Sinqua Walls (born 1985), American actor and basketball player
- Tom Walls (born 1883), English actor
- Tony Walls (born 1990), American soccer player
- Wesley Walls (born 1966), American football player
- William Walls (1819–1893), Scottish lawyer, industrialist and Glasgow Dean of Guild
- Will Walls (1912–1993), American football player
- Winston Walls, American jazz musician
Usage examples of "walls".
We are only 80 feet from the centre of the orgy, but the location of doorways and arrangement of walls between us quite deadens the sound, does it not!
To persons inside it, standing on the inside walls, the spinning would produce an outward thrusting force which has the feel of gravity.
Men stood or sat around the walls, but most of the occupants were arranged in several disorderly piles upon the floor.
In the green corner least visible from any doorway, he stood her upon her own feet, shoulder and hips against the junction of walls, his hands in her armpits to keep her erect.
They stood on the sand and peered into a deep recess in the rock face, rising perhaps 100 feet above them to a point where the walls merged.
When he had done so, again with the females aligned behind him, he stood in a much larger room, larger even than the new orgy room of Joy Hall, with white walls, the ubiquitous white-lit ceiling, though at least twelve feet high, and firm grey floor.
Most had been made in a room of vivid blue walls and brown floor, a few in a green walled room.
Aside from the doors, all four walls were lined about waist high with six-inch projections, each the same length and blue colour, though varying in thickness, each about a yard from its neighbour.
The two walls on either side of the huge room were brown and pierced by many doors, opening into rooms in blue, green and pink.
I found out that the walls and floors have a way to swallow whatever you put on them, like the jakes only slower.
The mobile part of her body is composed of the same tiny machines as the walls and floors and everything else in Joy Hall.
I have gone to extraordinary lengths to avoid asking ordinary people to walk into solid walls -- from transparent gates to a gate car.
In a very few seconds it had stopped and the walls opened, showing a much larger room, again where no such room could be.
On the two adjacent walls, six sets of chain anchors had been set into the stone.
First it showed the stone wall against which George was centred, then the other three walls of the cell, formed from heavy iron bars arrayed vertically on three inch centres and reinforced by four cross bars.