Upon its release, The Wall initially received a mixed response from critics, but was a commercial success, reaching number three on the UK Albums Chart and topping the US Billboard 200 for 15 weeks. It became the band's second-best-selling album, one of the best-selling of all time, and one of the most well-known concept albums, and was adapted into a feature film directed by Alan Parker. By 2018, the album had sold over 23 million RIAA-certified units (11. 5 million albums), putting it in a tie for fourth-highest certified album in the United States. It produced three singles: "Run Like Hell", "Comfortably Numb", and Pink Floyd's only number-one single, "Another Brick in the Wall, Part 2". Some of the themes were continued in Pink Floyd's next album The Final Cut (1983), which also contains outtakes from The Wall. In 2003, Rolling Stone placed The Wall at number 87 on its list of "The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time". Waters staged a new Wall live tour from 2010 to 2013, which became the highest-grossing tour by a solo musician.