Pink Floyd Dark side of the moon Album
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Release information about the album
Release Date: 03/24/1973
Tracks in Dark side of the moon: Speak To Me, Breathe, Time, Breathe - Reprise, The Great Gig In The Sky, Money, Us And Them, Brain Damage, Eclipse
Dark side of the moon Album Tracklist
- Speak To Me Lyrics
- Breathe Lyrics
- Time Lyrics
- Breathe - Reprise Lyrics
- The Great Gig In The Sky Lyrics
- Money Lyrics
- Us And Them Lyrics
- Brain Damage Lyrics
- Eclipse Lyrics
brain damage | Reviewer: ada c lorusso | 9/2/14
I think pink Floyd was so ahead of the time with "the dark side of the moon" ,it is very difficult to find a band to produce music of this quality today,music that stimulates the energy centres(brings enlightenment)
Classic Perfection | Reviewer: Michelle Kissel | 9/8/13
This was the first cd I ever purchased. I played it in my room, in the dark over and over and over. Not only does it hold so many memoriies for me, but the music itself, a mix between classic and rock, is incomparable to any album ever.. The background vocals, the instrument choices, and the sound effects are truly amazing! Pink Floyd has and always will be my favorite group. This album and The Wall (the first LP I ever purchased), will always be my favorites.
"Shorter of breath and one day closer to death..."
speechless. | Reviewer: colourmemaggie | 7/16/11
No matter how much time goes by or how many new types of music emerge, this album will stay forever as my favourite. Noone can deny the powerful message and beautiful music of Dark Side. It's truly awe inspiring what those men created, an everlasting story told through harmonious chords and progressions, that each and every human being can relate to. I have never been more in love with music this much, ever.
The best of the best | Reviewer: Rafael | 2/2/10
Definitely a master peace in everyway. Lyrics, melodies, effects, voices everything fitts in such perfection that lead to believe it was created in a moment of ilumination of everyone. Something supernatural. Sometimes I think...are they going to die some day, or they are just go back to their planets? One of them has returned already.
The best of the best | Reviewer: Rafael | 2/2/10
Definitely a master peace in everyway. Lyrics, melodies, effects, voices everything fitts in such perfection that lead to believe it was created in a moment of ilumination of everyone. Something supernatural. Sometimes I think...are they going to die some day, or they are just go back to their planets?
I LOVE IT!!! | Reviewer: Hysterical Fan Of Pink Floyd | 12/24/07
One of thw best album I had ever heard, second only to The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band! Amazing!!!!! I specially like Time (My favorite song inc other bands!), Money, Breathe, The Great Gig In The Sky and Eclipse!!! A very important lessons!!! I bet if you'd show today's politicions the song Money for example, they would learn an important lesson!!! We all should Pink Floyd for an amazing album, for an important lessons, for the great lyrics and sound effects and for a great 42 minutes !!!
Simply Masterpeice | Reviewer: Alex | 5/12/07
i simply love this album
but at first i have to admit i was totally confused as to what 'prog rock' even was, why there were all these sound effects, why whole tracks were at times only fragments and above all else, WHAT THE HELL IT ALL MEANT!!
'Dark side' didnt have a selection of unrelated songs like every other album i'd ever heard, and it wasn't quite like 'The Wall' either, one unified coherent story. It was more of an experience, atmosphere over seperate songs, mood music, a treatise on the nature of man.
And what an experience.You fee like your taken on sight seeing through the entire history of the world, through the defeated futility of 'Time', the voice of Gilmour (?)often frustrated and desperate sounding here as he waxes philosphic on the ravages of that undefeatable enemy, through the dark sarcastic indictment of 'Money' with its sleazy saxophone work a perfect accompaniment,through the extended images of war and the dirty sham of class manipulation from (which is even more topical today )'Us and them' to the one of the greatest conclusions in all of music,
the haunting,epic but still strangely comforting 'Brain Damage/Eclipse', which further illustrates the insight of madness as in sense, liberation, a kind of freedom from the even more deranged insanity of modern civilization, & Comforting because they seems to be singing down from the heavens (with a choir of gospel divas no less) in a sense,
'this is all there is so don't get hung up in the petty hypocrisies of the day, enjoy yourself,live and love, because this is how it is and probably, always will be....in the end we all end up on the dark side of the moon (with Syd) Afterall.
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