Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon

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Rate This Album

5 - Best
120
78%
4
24
16%
3
6
4%
2
1
1%
1 - Worst
3
2%
 
Total votes: 154

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Re: Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon

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^^^
Neat, elegant drift from 'Time' to a mash-up of 'Lucifer Sam' and 'Bike' ... ](*,)
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twcc wrote: Wed Aug 05, 2020 6:44 pm ^^^
Neat, elegant drift from 'Time' to a mash-up of 'Lucifer Sam' and 'Bike' ... ](*,)
Thanks! :)
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Re: Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon

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This album is like a bottle of good wine. The older.... the better!
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My favorite album of all time. Perfect in every way. I just wish I had kept the stickers and posters that came with it... 8)
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Not my personal favourite by Floyd but probably the best album of all time by any way you wish to measure it .
It's perfection from start to finish . I see folk having rated it 1 , 2 and 3 . Got to be joking surely .
Also quite possibly the best and most iconic album cover ever produced . You could wax lyrical all day about how much of a triumph this album is . Really deserves a 6 out of 5
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To me number one … A great ode to immortality as all four members were, so pause they have created after the wall for me just cannot be taken seriously…
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Listening to this album again for the first time in a while, and I find the structure of it interesting.
The middle four tracks are all the longest on the album, all longer than four and a half minutes (most by quite a bit), and are surrounded by six much shorter tracks, most of which don't exceed three and a half minutes. So each side is made of two long tracks and three short tracks.
Don't really have a comment on it, just find it interesting.
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It will be 50 years old soon?
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Pink Floyd debuted 'Dark Side of the Moon' on Jan. 20, 1972 at Brighton Dome. Hard to imagine the 'Dark Side' concept hatched more than 50 years ago.