The Dark Side of the Moon - Pink Floyd

The Dark Side of the Moon

Pink Floyd

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1973-03-01
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • ℗ 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Speak to Me Pink Floyd 1:05 USD 1.29
2
Breathe (In the Air) Pink Floyd 2:49 USD 1.29
3
On the Run Pink Floyd 3:45 USD 1.29
4
Time Pink Floyd 6:53 USD 1.29
5
The Great Gig In the Sky Pink Floyd 4:43 USD 1.29
6
Money Pink Floyd 6:22 USD 1.29
7
Us and Them Pink Floyd 7:49 USD 1.29
8
Any Colour You Like Pink Floyd 3:26 USD 1.29
9
Brain Damage Pink Floyd 3:46 USD 1.29
10
Eclipse Pink Floyd 2:10 USD 1.29

Reviews

  • The Peak...

    5
    By FMFDOC80
    Possibly the best album of all time.
  • Old but gold

    5
    By YESSSS YESSSS YESSS I YESS
    Old but gold
  • 꼭 말해야 하나?

    5
    By 레스터영
    역대급 앨범. 걍 들으면 안다.
  • The Greatest Album Ever Made

    5
    By JohnGatesEJ
    Just my opinion though
  • Thoughts

    5
    By BBG67
    This album will make you think about life and the melodies are beautiful, has to be one of the best albums ever...
  • The masterpiece

    5
    By SteveGideon
    A must own for any music fan.
  • 😎

    5
    By Big poppa do do
    What’s not to like?!
  • A defining album of the 20th century

    5
    By ColoradoPhotog
    While there are some critical reviews who have indicated this album is 'boring' or they don't get how someone can listen to it, those reviews are akin to those who summarily dismiss the likes of Beethoven or Mozart. Sure they aren't for everybody, but that doesn't dismiss the genius or cultural influence of said artists and their works. And in that vein, Pink Floyd will be regarded on a level similar to Beethoven and Mozart with regards to their lasting genius and cultural influence for centuries to come: Dark Side of the Moon will be held as the pinnacle of that genius and influence. This is an album that transcends genre. My father - who hated rock and roll - loved this album; he saw it for the masterpiece it is. Nor - despite it's reputation - does one need to be 'high' to listen to it. I've been listening to it for over 40 years and never once while high. Yet it after all that time it gets better with every listen. By the climax of Brain Damage/Eclipse I'm covered in goosebumps - that is not an exaggeration. And while Pink Floyd did some amazing stuff after this album- Wish you Were Here, Animals, The Wall... This is their magnum opus, it was the last time the band fully collaborated, which in my opinion is why this is far and away their best work. Pink Floyd's greatest 'mistake' IMO was the diminishing of Richard Wright's contribution, who had virtually no more vocals or writing credits after this album yet said credits and vocals were instrumental to this album. David Gilmour is a great singer... but Gilmour in harmony with Wright is phenomenal. I would also recommend their album Meddle… which actually isn’t a very good album at all, but has two very noteworthy songs: One of These Days, and the epic “Echoes” (again a heavily Wright influenced song). Echoes is 23 minutes and is all of side two of the album but one gets an early DSOTM vibe - IMO Echoes is the DSOTM precursor.
  • Life changing

    5
    By Baby2011(2)
    Possibly the best album of all time
  • DSoM

    5
    By seamus132
    If you can only own one Pink Floyd album... Just kidding, this is the first PF album any new listener should start with. Dark Side of the Moon is a significant milestone along the path of rock and roll. The lyrics are highly charged and engaging. There are stories within stories in every song. David Gilmour is a guitarist of the ages and he also aptly serves as the lead vocalist on most Floyd songs. Use DSoM as the starting point, then maybe The Wall and Wish You Were Here. After that get into both their older and newer stuff. You'll be a better human being for it.

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