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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
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92/100 (from 3,396 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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The Dark Side Of The Moon is ranked as the best album by Pink Floyd.

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From tomsmith79 36 hours ago
I wish I liked this album as much as everyone else does
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From Komorebi-D 03/23/2017 07:29
I don't think I can add anything to this one, I'm just here to collect my points and go. Good day everyone.
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From codymacc8 03/23/2017 00:06
A near-perfect rock album with a lot of classic tunes. Widely considered the greatest Pink Floyd album.

Highlights- Breathe, Time, Money
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From Lukeanaderdude 03/20/2017 12:24
Ahead of its time in so many ways
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From lwolivan7 03/14/2017 14:41
Better than OK in my opinion
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From Greendonut227 03/14/2017 12:05
This album is like a really good dream you have at night, except you can do it over and over again.
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From Web-Seo 02/22/2017 00:24
Classic. What else needs to be said
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From TheMostAverage 02/17/2017 06:37
Honestly one of the best albums ever made. I prefer The Wall, but this is just lyrically, musically genius.
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From slurpdurp 02/17/2017 05:39
The first time I gave this album a serious listen was on Valentine's Day after an amazing date with my girlfriend. It was a dark and lonely drive home after I dropped her off. I decided to play this album as I took the 40-minute drive home. We live far apart so seeing each other is difficult and doesn't happen as often as we'd like. After that date, it felt like it had passed by too quickly and I just wanted to be back with her. I think it's ironic that while I was thinking about needing to slow down my life especially in my days with her, I was listening to an album about time driving people crazy. I needed more of it. My greed for time was driving me crazy.

This album deals with the major issues that drive people into madness, with the major ones being time and money. It is funny that those are two objects constructed by humans to bring order to society. Without time, we'd only have day and night. People would do things when they please. Imagine a world where students show up to class whenever they want and expect to be taught according to that rather than following a strict time. The world would quickly fall apart. Yet, despite this, time tears people apart because we want more of it, or sometimes even less of it. We either want more time or we want time to pass by quickly, we never live contently. The other social construct is money. People could live without money, but society couldn't. We need it to prevent people from taking things without earning them. Countless people have been driven to madness because of lust for money. This album captures that brilliantly, while also delivering incredible music where every note has been placed intentionally and perfectly. It's a great experience to listen to and has been considered the best ever album by many people for a reason.
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From antiquusxy 02/08/2017 15:04
Consistently brilliant.
Exceptional piece of work.
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Best Albums of 1973
1. The Dark Side Of The Moon by Pink Floyd
2. Houses Of The Holy by Led Zeppelin
3. Quadrophenia by The Who
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5. Selling England By The Pound by Genesis
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18. Head Hunters by Herbie Hancock
19. Catch A Fire by The Wailers
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