Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon
NME.COM feature on Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 01 March 2003
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- Speak To Me (2003 Digital Remaster)
- Breathe (Breathe In The Air) (2003 Digital Remaster)
- On The Run (2003 Digital Remaster)
- Time (2003 Digital Remaster)
- The Great Gig In The Sky (2003 Digital Remaster)
- Money (2003 Digital Remaster)
- Us And Them (2003 Digital Remaster)
- Any Colour You Like (2003 Digital Remaster)
- Brain Damage (2003 Digital Remaster)
- Eclipse (2003 Digital Remaster)
Oh By The Way
- Dec 11, 2007
Classic '60s British spook-rock reissued
- Sep 4, 2007
...the clinical readings of such guitar-laden pomp fests as [B]'Mother'[/B] are so similar to their vinyl ancestors as to be rendered virtually pointless. ..
- Apr 28, 2000
But he also warns he's not 'holding his breath'
Former band member also reveals he is planning to record and release a new solo album
Albums including 'The Dark Side of the Moon' are now available following a new deal
Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon: Wikipedia Album Entry
The Dark Side of the Moon (titled Dark Side of the Moon in the 1993 CD edition) is a concept album by the British progressive rock band Pink Floyd. It was released on March 17, 1973 in the U.S. and March 24, 1973 in the UK.
The Dark Side of the Moon builds upon previous experimentation Pink Floyd had done, especially on their album Meddle. Its themes include old age, conflict and insanity; the latter possibly inspired by the deteriorating mental state of their former band leader Syd Barrett. The album is notable for its use of musique concrète and conceptual, philosophical lyrics, as found in much of Pink Floyd's work.
The Dark Side of the Moon spent 741 consecutive weeks (14 years) on the USA-based Billboard 200 album chart, the longest duration of any album in history. It is one of three albums tied for the claim of second highest selling album globally of all time, selling forty million or more units. In addition to its commercial success, The Dark Side of the Moon is often considered to be the group's defining work, and is still frequently ranked by music critics as one of the greatest and most influential albums of all time.
In 2006 it was voted "My Favourite Album" by viewers and listeners to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, and in 2003 Rolling Stone listed The Dark Side of the Moon 43rd on its list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. It is also #2 on the Definitive 200 Albums of All Time, a list made by the National Association of Recording Merchandisers "in celebration of the art form of the record album".
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