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The Dark Side Of The Moon (album) by Pink Floyd 

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The Dark Side Of The Moon
The Dark Side Of The Moon by Pink Floyd (1973)
Overall rank: 2nd   Overall chart history
Average Rating: 
92/100 (from 3,091 votes)
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Accolades: Best album of 1973 (1st)
Best album of the 1970s (1st)
Top 10 albums of all time (2nd)

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Pink Floyd bestography

The Dark Side Of The Moon is ranked as the best album by Pink Floyd.

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From msududek1 5 hours ago
Pink Floyd is just incredible and it was a privilege to see them in concert back in the day. Although this album on its own is one of the greatest classics of all time I think one of the most intriguing aspects is how it syncs up to the Wizard of Oz. I was told about this a long time ago before the glorious internet days and it completely freaked me out. Did they really produce an album that syncs up with the Wizard of Oz? over the years in reading stories about this they all deny it for the most part. If true that this is a coincidence then it is one of the coolest coincidences in modern music history.
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From wuster430 08/14/2016 09:25
Not my favorite Pink Floyd record but it is a sonic adventure and quite groundbreaking. It's a great listen with or without substances.
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From dogieboy6 08/09/2016 00:57
Every moment on this record is flawless. It is truly a perfect album in every way. Just lie down in the dark and listen to this thing and let it take you on a psychedelic journey through life and the mysteries of the human mind.
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From albumceleste 08/05/2016 02:17
Epic & flawless.
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From acolabella 08/03/2016 15:19
This is Pink Floyd's best record. The concept is mind-blowing: a journey through the circle of life.
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From thefool 07/14/2016 03:33
Ranked 2 on the overall chart
My reaction when i first heard the album:
"It's really surprising, but needs more listens"
Unfortunately, the more I listen to it the more repetitive it gets, sadly, nothing special to me, but i really appreciate these guys work.
(been talking like if pink floyd were a garage rock band)
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From Steppenwolf666 07/11/2016 16:11
Does anyone know what Hans Keller thought of this album, or their other masterpieces ? He is the music critic who played in a string quartet, and criticized them during an interview on the BBC programme "The Look Of The Week" in 1967, for being too loud and repetitive. He then said it was like reverting to childhood - but why not. This interview can be seen on you tube.
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From Antonio-Pedro 07/01/2016 18:55
Me Three years ago:
"DSOFM? pfffft... more like the Doof side of the moon amirite?"

Me now:
"hahaha what a dick said that?... oh wait it was me...

this is amazing"
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From YikYak 06/29/2016 16:16
There isn't much else to say about this album that hasn't been said already. It's such a classic, one of the best of all time. Top 5 for me.

I still think of this as one 42 minute song, not 10 songs put together on an album. It just flows so perfectly
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From razumov 06/27/2016 09:10
My favorite songs : Time....Money....Us and them.....Eclipse.....Brain damage....The great gig in the sky
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