|Title:||Pink Floyd Dark Side Of The Moon vinyl LP 2016 remastered 180gm gatefold|
|Store location:||CLASSIC ROCK|
|Condition:||BRAND NEW & SEALED|
The 8th studio album by Pink Floyd. Originally released in 1973, this 2016 reissue has been remastered from the original analogue tapes by James Guthrie, Joel Plante and Bernie Grundman, as well as pressed on heavyweight 180gm vinyl.
Having sold over 45 million copies worldwide, 'The Dark Side of the Moon' is one of the best-selling albums of all time. Pink Floyd chose to explore themes such as greed, death and mental illness, as well as making full use of analogue synthesisers, tape loops and multitracking when recording this groundbreaking album.
A1 Speak To Me 1:30
A2 Breathe (In The Air) 2:43
A3 On The Run 3:30
A4 Time 6:53
A5 The Great Gig In The Sky 4:15
B1 Money 6:30
B2 Us And Them 7:51
B3 Any Colour You Like 3:24
B4 Brain Damage 3:50
B5 Eclipse 1:45
Very Happy!By: Kris on 26 December 2019Bought this iconic album for my grandson, who has just begun his vinyl collection. He’s delighted with it! I’m also very happy, not just with the product, but also with Discrepancy Records’ outstanding online shop and service.
Great serviceBy: Suus on 31 May 2019As always, great service from Discrepancy records and an awesome record!
DSOTM my first albumBy: Paul on 1 June 2015This was the first album I ever bought, back in 1973 (just to give away my age - ha ha! It had a remarkable effect on me, it lead me to love Pink Floyd and their music and to be in love with the vinyl record. Shame I didn't keep all the bits and pieces together with that record, as I recall it came with some post cards and a poster. The poster ended up on my sister's bedroom wall. And stayed there for many years. There's no bad track on this album, it's probably may favourite Floyd album, never get tired of listening to it. I bought it again recently, this set the 40th Anniversary one. Sounds as good today as it did back then, my equipment's a little better these days. My favourite track has to be Money, it typifies the album and Pink Floyd and is as relevant now as it was back in 1973. Just shows class endures. 5 stars for this.