The official nickname of the John Carroll University Pep Band, due to its volume and notoriety throughout the NCAA Division III Basketball circuit for being the only University Pep Band to move higher in the tournament bracket than its basketball team
The big band sound of jazz orchestra leader Stan Kenton in the 1940s
Wall of Sound, a music production technique, created by Phil Spector in the 1960s, which used many instruments and a special reverberation effect
A technique used by 1970s British experimental group Throbbing Gristle, who collected many samples and recordings of their songs and played them simultaneously in live concerts
Wall of Sound , a sound amplification and speaker system used by that band, principally in 1974, as well as the era in which the sound system was used
A performance style
The shoegazing style of indie rock music originating mainly in Britain in the late 1980s
The weekly youth-oriented, two hour long, music driven magazine-style programme on local CRAOL community radio station Dundalk FM 100, in County Louth, Ireland. The title is taken from the song "Radio Wall of Sound", by English glam rock and hard rock band Slade.