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Pink Floyd - Dark Side Of The Moon CD (album) cover


Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

4.60 | 3963 ratings

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5 stars Dark Side Of The Moon it has nothing to do with drugs, it has to do with magic. Magic that enable listeners to know every world, drum beat, and guitar riff. That is what Dark Side is about. It was Pink Floyd's way of connecting to those who would listen. And alot of people have listened. It's easy to identify with, after all it is about human life and what we all experience everyday of our lives. That is why it is the greatest music ever, because its about humanity, something all know a lttle about.

Between the cardiac strokes that that open and close the album representing the cycle of the life. The album focuses on the certain pressures/neurosis the human´s encounter in his/her life: Alienation (Breathe) , Stress (On The Run) Anxiety (Time), Isolation and Division (Us and them, Any Colour You Like ), Ambition (Money), Death (Great Gig In The Sky) and the insanity as only real exit (Brain Damage and Eclipse). The Dark Side of the Moon represents the obscure soul human being and madness is explored under a rationality mantle used for construction of a full workmanship of tragic humanism.

1. Speak To Me/Breathe 5/5

2. On The Run 4,8/5

3. Time 5/5

4. The Great Gig In The Sky 5/5

5. Money 4,5/5

6. Us And Them 5/5

7. Any Colour You Like 5/5

8. Brain Damage 5/5

9. Eclipse 5/5

Final Note: This is probably Pink Floyd's best-known work, and it's an excellent place to start if you're new to the band.

5+4,8+5+5+4,5+5+5+5+5 = 44,3

44,3 : 9 = 4,92

Essential - A masterpiece of progressive music.

Marquês_Prög | 5/5 |


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