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DARK SIDE OF THE MOON

Pink Floyd

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

4.59 | 3374 ratings

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Foolsdrummer
5 stars A legendary album by a legendary band. When you here speak to me flowing into breathe, everything you see seems almost different, it's like a short hallucination moment. Waters and Mason came up with more non-musicly psychedelic sounds (as shown in breathe or the intro of money). Gilmour and Wrieght, are more rock influenced members of the band. This contradiction caused a lot of dispute, but this contradiction makes their music also very interesting. On the run is some great psychedelics, with footsteps, helicopters and an explosion. Time is a great song, and starts really present with all the ringing. The great gig in the sky features great dynamics, vocalism and instrumentalism. Money is a magnificent song with a great intro and a great 7/4 staff. Also a nice song to play on bass. Us and them is really a gem with great dynamics. The chorus and chorus solo really explodes in great waves through the speakers. It will go on to any Color you like, which is a great psychedelic instrumental. Brain damage is one of the best songs which reflects Waters' weird hallucinations.

Five stars, no need to explain any further.

Foolsdrummer | 5/5 |

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