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DARK SIDE OF THE MOON

Pink Floyd

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

4.59 | 3083 ratings

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PinkPangolin
5 stars What can anyone ever say that has never been said before? Surely the greatest masterpiece of space rock of all time. Pink Floyd are the greatest. The nice thing is that so many understood and appreciated it, to a level that I can never quite understand (in terms of how many it sold and kept on and kept on selling). The sad thing is that there are a few modern bands who are working so so hard and producing fantastic music - that was inspired by this masterpiece - but is left unheard by so many millions these days (whom just prefer to listen to all that empty indie rock which has no depth and all sounds the same).

If you don't have this album you are not a prog-head. Come on..... It is the culmination of all that all those great musicians were trying to reach. The funny thing is that they didn't even know they were doing it - to them it was just their next album!

No-one has ever been able to match it and it's by far the most famous - everyone has heard of it. Can you say that about any other album??

A clue for the modern bands - Pink Floyd developed this on the road - actually developing it while playing it live!

The greatest.

PinkPangolin | 5/5 |

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