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Album: The Dark Side of the Moon

Artist: Pink Floyd

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1973
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • Copyright: ℗ 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distr

Tracklist For The Dark Side of the Moon By Artist Pink Floyd

Title Artist Time
1
Speak to Me Pink Floyd 1:04 USD 1.29
2
Breathe (In the Air) Pink Floyd 2:49 USD 1.29
3
On the Run Pink Floyd 3:36 USD 1.29
4
Time Pink Floyd 7:02 USD 1.29
5
The Great Gig In the Sky Pink Floyd 4:44 USD 1.29
6
Money Pink Floyd 6:20 USD 1.29
7
Us and Them Pink Floyd 7:52 USD 1.29
8
Any Colour You Like Pink Floyd 3:25 USD 1.29
9
Brain Damage Pink Floyd 3:50 USD 1.29
10
Eclipse Pink Floyd 2:06 USD 1.29

Reviews For The Dark Side of the Moon By Artist Pink Floyd

  • Hella Great, but not the best

    4
    By HenryIGuess
    BUT GYOOOODD DDAMMMMNNN
  • It’s- idk

    2
    By yourmuuuuuuum
    So the real album is lovely definitely recommend But this version? NONONONO it cuts off all the fading and it’s really laggy it’s glitchy and just. Bad definitely purchase the real one but never purchase tis musty crusty macaroni boney pony dancer fancer stupid pooping version
  • Nostalgia is a rose-colored prism

    1
    By the 13th of twenty one pilots
    All of the songs on the album are long instrumentals that have no real depth, but music “purists” will say that it’s really meaningful. This album is easily the worst one from them I’ve heard (compared to WYWH and The Wall, not to mention “Echoes”). Only good song is “The Great Gig in the Sky.” Watch The Wizard of Oz and save your money.
  • Roger Waters ladies and gents

    5
    By hdbshsndnffbxjskje
    What a masterpiece of precision, talent, and so much more. So freaking chill.
  • Pink Floyd

    5
    By Myra Tabor
    I like Pink Floyd. I give him 10 stars
  • Masterpiece

    5
    By ColeS8118
    This album isn’t just a list of songs, it’s one big artistic piece of music. Each song title describes what that part of the album is about. This album is a reflection on life as a whole and what all humans desire and feel throughout their lives. When I first heard this album, I thought it was slow and songs like “On the Run” freaked me out because I didn’t think music was supposed to make you feel in that way. I had to stop listening altogether when “The Great Gig in the Sky” came on because I felt it just didn’t sound good. Months later, I returned after enjoying “The Wall” and having a new perspective on the band as a whole. I found myself to feel emotions within each song I didn’t know music could make me feel. Today I regard it as one of the best albums of all time.
  • The Greatest Album of All Time

    5
    By TX Audiophile
    Hands-down the best album of all time. Engineered by the musical genius of Alan Parsons, who brilliantly came up with the idea of linking songs. Forever #1.
  • Used to have the tape & DVD

    5
    By Missyin74
    ♥️ 🔈 I’m downloading the whole album and HOPING it still coincides w/The Wizard of Oz like the DVD did long time ago ….
  • Enjoy it the right way

    5
    By Kiko~707
    This Album is so unique in its own way. If I'm being honest the best way to listen to this album (probably overrated) but is on M U S H R O O M S. It's just a whole different experience. it's a whole bunch of emotions already going on and while feeling connected to the earth already only this album will go along so well since each Song transition into the next and basically "connected" you'll have a different perspective of this album afterwards I guarantee it.
  • Jackson Jenkins

    5
    By poiiiio
    Mmmmmmmm, Best Floyd album ever

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