£30 well spent on vocalist Claire Torry!
Bitch please! What is there to say? A fucking masterpiece of musical expression.
Day 34 of Albums You Must Hear Before You Die. In 1973, Pink Floyd released their eighth studio album, The Dark Side of the Moon, an album that would put Pink Floyd over the top musically, and would become their most successful album in their long and storied careers. Dark Side is a concept album that takes the listener from their first breath of life, to their last. Topics covered include, but aren’t limited to, greed, mental illness, time, and fame. When I reviewed Pink Floyd’s debut album, The Piper at the Gates of Dawn, I complained about the instrumentation going on for far too long on much of the album. Pink Floyd mostly ditched this idea on Dark Side, and more often got to the point of the story, much to my satisfaction. On vinyl, the track listing of ten songs is split into side A and side B. The five songs on side A blend together seamlessly, almost into one song. The same goes for side B. David Gilmour’s vocals are very pleasing on Dark Side and I didn’t learn until just now that he replaced original frontman, Syd Barrett amid issues with Barrett’s alleged mental illness. Now I know why their debut album seemed less familiar to me. The song Breathe (In the air) starts slow and inconspicuous, then builds into a frenzy that cued me up for a wild ride. On the Run, one of my favorites, is melodic and urgent. Time, my favorite song, is funky and has tempo changes that hit right in the feels. The Great Gig in the Sky shines bright with the vocal power of Clare Torry, and almost sounds like a funeral procession. Money is a bass driven rock song that is all about greed. Funnily enough, after this album, the band would become very rich. Us and Them is one of the most dynamic pieces on this record, especially due to its falls and builds and jazz roots. It’s spooky and comforting at the same time, like much of the album. Brain Damage and Eclipse are the final nails in the coffin and even though this album is just under 45 minutes, it feels like a lifetime has passed since Speak to Me, the opening track, began. The album closes with a weakening and fading heartbeat. Chills. Now THIS is how you make a concept album! I didn’t want to skip any songs on this album, it was a great journey that was executed precisely. This is an album you MUST hear if you’re passionate about music of any genre. The Dark Side of the Rainbow: When I was a kid, long before I had heard much of Dark Side of the Moon, I had heard the rumors that you could sync this album up with The Wizard of Oz, and it would play perfectly along and match up with the scenes of the film. I always thought that was cool, so I tried it. I rolled a nice joint and cued this up as soon as the MGM lion began to roar. My mind was blown! The two match up so well that it seems it just HAD to be intentional. The band denies this, but you have to give it a try sometime, if you haven’t already that is. I love this album and it’s re-playability value. You will find many things on your second or tenth listen that you probably missed before, and I’m all for it!! Please share your thoughts, memories and opinions on Dark Side of the Moon!!
Classic. Beyond classic and over loved often but still tight. Also forever connected to Paul Blart now
I saw the cover and I went "okay, easy 5 stars", but then I decided that that wasn't fair. Does one of the go-to greatest rock albums of all time deserve a pass? Absolutely not. I decided to listen to it with a critical ear, as if I had never heard it before. ...easy 5 stars. Every single song is an absolute classic. Sure, it's boomer music, but this album is proof positive that boomers aren't all bad.
YES YES YES!!!
Masterpiece. Sublime guitar solos, evergreen subject matter, subtle arrangements. This 50 year old album is still used to calibrate high end stereos. Wonderful.
More interesting than good? Does it’s reputation destroy any chance to listen and enjoy objectively? This isn’t a 5. It’s not as good as Wish You Were Here.
A classic. Exceptional song writing and production. Takes you on a real journey.
One can debate however much they like over how "Wish You Were Here" or "Animals" are arguably better albums that lack the self-indulgent filler-ness of tracks like 'Any Colour You Like' or 'On The Run', and yet, you just can't deny that Pink Floyd tapped into something other-worldly with this album, lyrically, musically, and even conceptually. The guitar solo in 'Time' remains, for my money, the most striking, visceral, and all-around greatest guitar solo I've ever heard, and few songs hit as hard as 'The Great Gig in the Sky', 'Us or Them', or 'Eclipse'. People like to give "Money" flack, but you have to admit the cleverness of putting a track called "Money" at the centre of an album that's arguably about life and the various facets of human existence.
GOAT slow prog album
"The record was conceived as an album that focused on the pressures faced by the band during their arduous lifestyle, and dealing with the apparent mental health problems suffered by former band member Syd Barrett, who departed the group in 1968." "Breathe" is a really great song. "On the run" is freaking weird. I would be so scared if I listened to this song high. "Time" is also strange for the first 2:30, but in the best way. Then it turns into a mostly normal Pink Floyd song. Really cool. "Money" is great. "The Great Gig in the Sky" is very cool, I like the vocals throughout. Brain Damage and Eclipse are a great finish. Very little I didn't like in this album. Crazy, spacy production.
Let's set aside the fact that this album was massively innovative in terms of using the studio as an instrument and for integrating non-musical material into pop music. Also immaterial is how well it's done commercially. What matters now is, does it still work? Do the musical collages hold up? Are they tasteful? How are the performances? Does the music still draw you in? How about lyrically? Does the album as a whole cast a spell? Does the sequencing still work? The answer to all the above is, "Fuck, yeah!" This probably isn't even my favorite Pink Floyd album. The songs themselves are a little straightforward for me. I prefer Meddle, Ummagumma, and even The Piper At The Gates of Dawn, which were more experimental in terms of songcraft. But you can't argue with the execution, which remains flawless. The collages which drive the album are impeccably put together and produced. The playing is stunning, especially David Gilmore's guitar playing. It's easy to underestimate what he's doing here--he doesn't seem to break a sweat. But his taste, feel and note choices are sublime. Again, it's easy to underappreciate the subtlety of Roger Water's vocals, but the nuance is quite artful. And every element, every solo, every vocal performance, every production choice, works together to produce a seamless work of art.
Where on Earth (Moon?) do I start with this record. Listening to it with a more (or less?) conscious mind makes the pure unadulterated musical genius way more apparent. The beautiful sax lines layered throughout, the spoken word, the soulful/choral backing vocals, the ability to start a track deep in the psychedelic underworld and bring it out bursting forth into the clear light of a mid June afternoon in the middle of a botanical garden. Hair stands on end and my heart rate noticeably increases at the thought. Beautiful and intensely layered arrangements that never suffocate, always give you space to explore. A perfect soundtrack to the immense theatrics that only a cloudscape against a crisp winter sky can provide (The Great Gig In the Sky?). Enough allusions to experiences on the astral plain thinly veiled as questionable poetry, what a fkn incredible album.
Now this is exactly the kind of album I want from this list. An undisputed classic that I haven't yet heard. Given that this is my first listen, I don't feel a strong personal connection to it yet, but I can easily see why it's heralded as one of the all-time greats. I love this prog music style, where each track just bleeds one into the next. It's psychedelic in nature, but the musical style is much less distorted and more refined. A really cool effect, to make psychedelic music without so much distortion. It seems to open and close with a heartbeat, I liked that touch too. I'm trying to imagine being like a 19 year old stoner the year this came out, this would've been biblical. I saved seven of the ten tracks on here (which is really 7/9 if you exclude the intro). I really can't say anything bad about this. I'm glad I got to hear this removed from any aggressive fanboy hype and just as another album on a list. I'm giving it five stars today because I know it could only become more impressive on additional listens, and I'm already quite blown away. The Floyd was certainly pink on this one. Favorite tracks: Hard to do but Breathe, On the Run, Us and Them, Eclipse. Album art: Iconic. One of the all time greats, without question. Strong, intimidating cover. I've loved this cover for years without even knowing what the music was like. 5/5
Easiest 5 I'll ever give. A truly stellar album. The last four tracks on it are pure ecstasy for me. Definitely more than the sum of its parts, this album must be appreciated as a whole. Flawless production, the instruments and vocals blend tremendously throughout. Thought-provoking existential lyrics, from before it was popular to do so. Stunning dynamics, with loud and quiet sections perfectly juxtaposed. The explosion of sound in the chorus of Us and Them gives me chills. Amazing solo guitar tone. I didn't know about this album until i found it on my own 2 years ago as a 20 yr old. Went into it blind, had never even heard of the band. I never had a parent or friend who raved about it beforehand; i experienced it without any preconceptions of its greatness. And yet, it made quite an impression on me. Anyone who dismisses it as "dad rock" is tragically misguided. It is a soaring masterpiece. This album holds a special place in my heart: it was my gateway into progressive rock, a genre that has captured my heart and my imagination. This album helped show me the artistic heights music can reach when it is in the right hands.
The one album from this list that I can talk about with my friends. It's just about perfect in every way. Accessible to all audiences, highly innovative, tons of diversity, introspective lyrics, smooth vocals that aren't afraid to shout or whisper... Concept of life ties the tracks together and gives greater significance and attention. Tracks seamlessly flow from one to the next so well that it's frustrating you can't glue tracks together in Spotify playlists like what radios do. I like how there's a good mix of instrumental tracks and those with lyrics. It gives you space to process what's happening. Nothing repetitive, each track is constantly evolving, allowing the audience to enjoy every minute of the album. There's much to be said about every song, but "Time" and "Money" are two of my favorite songs of the decade. Love everything from the story to solos to vocals. "Money" in particular is one of the 'richest' and most impressive songs I've ever heard. It shocks me how anyone could come up with something as amazing and beautifully complex as this, especially without modern software.
De la musique pour pseudo intellectuels, il semblerait qu'il y ait une grande coalition de tous les hispters du monde pour erriger cet album sur un piedestal. Pendant 45mn il ne se passe absolument rien, à part 3 solos il est vrai brillants. Ma conclusion: je vous pisse tous au cul.
sounded like literal shit
No notes needed.
I love it.
There's not much to be said that hasn't already been said, this is one of the best albums of all time, a perfectly packaged concept album that never feels boring or dull and that was groundbreaking back then and still is almost 50 years onwards
I don't think there's anything I can say that hasn't been said before. An absolute masterpiece of songwriting, performance, and production.
Culte et excellent.
Really cool! I wanna smoke some weed...lol
This deserves more than 5 stars tbh
Very cool. I can see why it's a rock classic.
Fav Song: Any Colour You Like
Top 10 all time
Um dos melhores albums de todos os tempos.
Greatest. Best of the best.
10/5. 'Nuff said.
Was actually able to pull out an LP to listen to this one. What more could be said about it at this point?
This is dark side of the moon after all
this album deserves the hype, the songs match the theme/energy of the album so well
An incredible album with greater relevance and musical influence than I had originally thought. More than just an iconic cover
Classic, highlight track - Time
All time best
one of the best albums ever made. period.
One of my favorite albums of all time.
I have massive nostalgia for this from my uni days which gets it 5 stars. I thiiiink I might still give it 5 stars even hearing it for the first time? It's just a fantastic example of prog. Songs going off in unexpected directions and blending into each other. Sound effects and samples amplifying the ambient qualities. Clare Torry's outstanding vocal performance. I love it all. Fave track - it doesn't really make sense to pick one fave track as a lot of the appeal of the album is how things flow into each other? "Speak to Me" -> "Breathe" -> "On the Run" is great. "Time" -> "The Great Gig In The Sky" is magnificent - I guess this is my fave track pick... "Brain Damage" -> "Eclipse" gives me triumphant chills every time!
The best side of the moon, if you ask me.
Lay up. Still listen to this on the reg. Still hasn't gotten old.
Nothing really to be said that hasn't been said before. Great record, and tight. Unlike some of their others.
Are you kidding lol
You know. I probably listened to this album close to 500 times when I was in high school. It's hard to divorce those feelings from my mind. The soundscape boiling away my resentment. Transporting my addled mind to a faraway place where I can't hear what's in-between the headphones. I can't give this anything less than perfection
This album really is an incredible work of art. The flow of the album is great, there is wonderful use of non-instrument elements (the alarm clocks are brilliant even if they startle me every time), and it is one of those albums that just feels good to listen all the way through. Favorite tracks: the only ones I would exclude from this are the ones like “Speak To Me” where they really aren’t tracks that would ever get played in their own. Thoroughly enjoy this whole album.
Perfection. Genius. Masterpiece.
A classic, not much to say that you need to listen to it at least once regardless if you think you won't like it.
Nothing new to add here, absolutely beautiful
One of the most great albums ever produced. Revolutionized the whole psychedelic rock scene.
A classic, always love to listen to this.
If not the best Pink Floyd album then definitely top 3.
C I N C O de maio
Disco más importante de Pink Floyd.
What else can someone say that hasn’t been said?
From the transition from the intro into the second song, I was hooked. Stunned that I’ve never listened to this before. Glad that I have now.
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What's the point of re-listening right now? I already know this one's a goat.
Every song is a great song. Sound effects, voice and themes.
Excellent the best from pink floyd
Exceptional album. Would listen to again and again.
always awesome in their own unique way
Unlike "Wish You Were Here", this one has more content to listen to, and it's really good.
Fine album with some iconic songs that have stood the test of time.
I mean it’s Pink Floyd
I wish I knew how good this album was sooner.
never heard of it
I really enjoyed the opportunity to listen to this for the first time, and it won’t be the last I don’t think. Also the experiences of them experimenting with sound I liked.
day 1, good start :)
Epic album. Individual songs tied together with the themes and flow between them. Musicianship, lyrics, it has it all (except On The Run which I hope David Gilmour regrets).
A proper album. Not just a collection of songs. Us & Them onwards was the 5* kicker.
One of, if not the best record of all time. Great Gig in the Sky is a little bit overrated as a single but Money & Time make up for it. Incredible album.
One of the best
Really experiential record to listen to. The lyrics seem timeless, as David Gilmour and Roger Waters guide you through life. From the second track "Breathe", a track that deals with birth and the lessons we teach children, to the final few tracks when the album comes full circle, as "Any Colour You Like", "Brain Damage" and "Eclipse" work as a study on death. Hard to argue with an album that still sounds as sonically fresh as Dark Side of the Moon. Fav Tracks: "Breathe", "Brain Damage", "Eclipse", and "The Great Gig In the Sky" Rating 4.5/5
This is one of the best albums of all time. It flows seamlessly from song to song, and is immaculately produced. It's hard to Beat this. Favorite Song: Time, Any Color You Want
Dark side of the moon, timeless.
El principio del álbum me hace bajarle la calificación. Fuera de ello, es simplemente magnífico y aqui se encuentran otras obras cúspide de la banda.
Блять, да пускай этот альбом будет первым во всех возможных топах. Он даже на 81-м месте в топе Metal Hummer был. И там пускай будет. И вот кто хочет начать музыкальное просвещение - пущай слушают. И выкупают за эту призму с радугой. И похуй, что мне Wish You Were Here нравится, возможно, больше. Я и ему 5 ёбну и остальным, если попадутся. Ну разве что не первому, ладно, там душилово ебаное. Охуенный альбом, для своего времени вообще кровь-кишки-распидорасило, ныне не слушается старпёрским калом от слова совсем. Разнообразный, умный, мелодичный, яркий, запоминающийся, эмоциональный... внятный. Ясен хуй, что не могу уже так залипать, как лет 7 назад, когда на плеер впервые загнал. Но я спустя столько времени, собсна, ни во что залипать не могу. Да и чё это за хуйня, что если восторг настоящий - он должен тянуться всю жизнь? Не, всё, раз словил, ставится печать "10 из 10, боже мой, 10 из 10". Кроме там отдельных случаев, когда себя уличаешь в явной незрелости пиздюческой. И пускай призма с радугой остаётся "символом настоящей музыки". И пускай до сих пор дифирамбы поют. Потому что альбом охуенный. Комплексный и доступный. Альбом - феномен. А занижать за оверхайпнутость - значит опускать до просто отличных, крепких альбомов. А это вообще низость какая-то. Думаю, в этом случае даже можно привести цитату Стива Бушеми: "Опуская альбом, ты опускаешь себя...".
Just as great on 4/21 as on 4/20.
Tror dette var første gang jeg hørte på albumet på løpetur, og "On the Run" fikk passende nok en helt ny dimensjon når stegene mine var helt synkronisert med rytmen og synthen pulserte gjennom finstadskogen i skumringen. Ellers er det fortsatt et sykt bra album, er ikke så mye mer å si om det
An incredible album. I need to get the vinyl
Flott album! Aldri hørt om Pink Floyd, men tror han kan ta av om et par år as. Beste sanger: Time, Great Gig In The Sky, Brain Damage / Eclipse
Awesome, a modern classic, never goes out of vogue!
I can't tell you how many times I've listened to this album, it's a masterpiece. Automatic 5.
I'm not sure what else you could want here, unless you take issue with concept albums or the cliche of "OMG dark side is the greatest ever." The second half of the album is right up with anything else ever, for me though.
This is one of my all-time favorite albums, from one of my all-time favorite bands. I can't say how many times I have heard this album. I will listen to this album again. You should listen to this album with headphones on, the way it was meant to be.
This album is so good! This and Wish You Were Here were the albums that introduced me to progressive rock and I've never found a genre so interesting in my life. I love all of the songs on this album but my favourites are Money, Time, Us and Them, Breathe (In The Air) and The Great Gig In The Sky. 5/5 stars.
10/10 all time classic
Phenomenal album. My favourite of all time.
Ha. As though I'm going to add anything interesting to the history of reviews of this album.
I hope I have more surprises as this continues. I just happened to have listened to this already today. Naturally one of the all time best albums, must be heard start to finish.
Always loved it, still do!
One of the most influential albums in my musical taste. Will always love this one, and never a bad excuse to listen to it again
Ja, vad ska man säga... Jag tyckte @fanten210hours sade det bra: "Om inte detta album förtjänar en 5:a, hur ska man då någonsin kunna ge ut en 5:a?". Yttersta världsklass. Albumomslaget är t.o.m. jävligt coolt också... Det är bara ett komplett album på alla sätt. Bäst: "Time"
Det ska sägas att jag verkligen inte är någon Pink Floyd-connoisseur, min tidigare erfarenhet av bandet är mycket begränsad, även om de verkar i en tid och en genre som jag annars älskar. Jag har självklart hört lovorden om detta album, hur det höjs till skyarna som ett att historiens främsta, och det har såklart påverkat min första, mer grundliga lyssning av det. Egentligen var mittenspåren, Time - The Great Gig in the Sky - Money, de enda jag hade hyfsad koll på inför lyssningen. Även om dessa låtar är fantastiska, var det därför låtar i början och slutet som fick mig att haja till. Först On the Run, som en instrumentell/experimentell rymdresa genom världens största lavalampa. På B-sidan fångades jag av Us and Them, av den livsviktiga saxofonen och bandet som går igång när Gilmour tar ton i andra halvorna av varje vers. Min första lyssning blev hackig och uppdelad, dels gjord i bilen på väg till covidvaccinering, och dels under en joggingtur. Känslan som dominerade då var att albumet, om än otroligt, saknar de absoluta höjdpunkterna som skulle göra det till en 5:a. Säkerligen var jag påverkad av den enorma hypen, och kunde inte riktigt höra vad alla andra har hört. Men, jag älskar konceptalbum, och vet att konceptalbum är gjorda för att sitta ner och genomföra en fokuserad lyssning, och det var just det jag gjorde dagen efter. Jag kan omöjligt vara kunnigare än musikhistoriens samlade kritikerkår; jag var tvungen att ge det en ärlig chans. När jag sedan satt där, jag hade gjort min research, jag följde med på Genius under varje låt, jag blundade under de viktigaste solona (Time!!), fick jag en helt annan upplevelse av ~helheten~. Det är klart att jag saknade några tydliga höjdpunkter när hela albumet, hela konceptet är en enda lång höjdpunkt, ett privilegium. Samtidigt så angeläget och genomtänkt - hur albumet behandlar livet, tiden, konsumtion, psykisk ohälsa, själva existensen - och samtidigt så extremt virtuost och exceptionellt musikaliskt genomfört. Om jag inte ger The Dark Side Of The Moon fem stjärnor, hur ska jag då någonsin kunna ge något annat album fem stjärnor? Bästa låt: Jag har nyss tjatat om att helheten och konceptet är det viktiga, men då det är skitnödigt att säga "hela albumet" säger jag Time. Den är bäst.
hermoso, perfecto. Experiencia increíble ame ame ame
Classic album. Cool cover too.
A true classic. Everyone should hear it even if they are not into the band.
Better than I remembered it. I knew it was a great album, but this made me realize why it’s an icon. Not a wasted moment.
I love everything about this album, even the stuff that I would hate if it was found elsewhere. You know why there's never been a good cover of Money? Because using cash register sounds in a song is stupid as hell, and only Pink Floyd can pull it off. Best track: Time
Amazing album, obvious why it's a classic. Great album to listen to closely or just have in the background.
I would give it 6 stars if I could
An amazing album that hits it's strde straight away and never lets down. My 2nd favourite Pink Floyd album.
A simply stunning album. Epic
I went home for a bit. The local junior college, the I had attended a couple classes at years before, as the theater/film department was getting axed, hosted some kind of light show event at their observatory. My mom was interested: Me, my now-wife, and my parents headed there to see it. Turns out that along with the star-viewing party was a laser show accompanying Dark Side. I had, at that point, not listened to the album. I had, as far as I know, only heard Pink Floyd ambiently. My mom was underwhelmed. And, in a cliché, I was overwhelmed. It's not quite a masterpiece, but it is very, very good. Sounded like a warm fuzzy blanket the first time and still does. I don't think that the feeling is quaint, but if it is I don't care. The music doesn't overstay its welcome, it returns to its themes and motives on time, and it contains the appropriate amount of space for its title.
One of the perfect albums.
One of the best albums ever recorded
Timeless. Would be a 5 just for that guitar solo on Time. A musical highlight of mankind's time on earth thus far.
I don't need to explain this one lol.
A stone walled classic in every way. a hundred stars out of five.
Do I really need to write a review on how amazing this album is?
One of the greatest
Best album ever?
An all-time classic. Love it.
Trop bien vrailent, déja écouté et j'aime toujours autant. Chansons favorites : Time, Breathe, The great Gig in the sky, Eclipse.
Amazing, still holds up
Still excellent :-)
"Breathe (In The Air)" has the classic chill, progressive/psychedelic rock, Pink Floyd Vibe to it -I do like the synth(?) riff of "On The Run" -"Time" is certainly a standout song. Definitely has a solid groove, and I how it is less-drone-like-ness than the other songs on that side of the album -In my opinion, "Money" is definitely the best song on the album, by quite a wide margin. Way more energy and groove, and the jam parts have lots more going on, more evidently and more quickly. And it gets pretty darn heavy too. -"Brain Damage" and "Eclipse" are good too -Overall very sonically interesting, even in the slower parts
Love this album. Atmospheric
One of the greatest albums of all time. Established. Moving on.
Money- favourite song Nice, relaxing
Stone cold classic
Definitely a classic
Can't go wrong with Pink Floyd tbh
I was surprised to see that I not only got an album I've already heard before so early (day 4), but that it was also one that I have heard so many times because I love it so much. My uncle gave me a copy of this album on CD when I was in high school, and it became a main staple of the CD book in my old Honda Accord. It has also been my go-to flight album as it features a great range of calm to intense sounds that make the airplane experience fun/interesting. It is hard for me to argue that it isn't a perfect album as every track stands out and cannot be skipped (whenever I hear one song, I want to hear the entire album). If I HAD to choose my favorite tracks, I would say Time, Breathe (in the Air), and the Brain Damage/Eclipse finale (that's like half of the album right there). 5/5.
I mean what else can be said about this one that hasn’t been said before? It hits differently every time, but in a faintly familiar way
Simply the best. My favorite band! My favorite song is Time. Have listened to it hundreds of times, I'm sure.
They very very best!
Such a classic. Love a good electric guitar, love the album, love how utterly and unabashedly weird it is. Fave track: Money. I can always get behind a weird time signature.
Lives up to the hype. "Time" has to be the best song off the album, beautiful and haunting.
Was gutted when it finished, played it again straight away.
Can't get much better than this
A masterpiece. One of the most iconic albums ever and one of the rare cases in which the most popular is also the best.
A 2000 lb. gorilla of an album that stayed in the charts for what, decades? And rightly so.
One the best albums of all time. Brain damage and time are my favorite
It’s a classic for a reason
This album is Money
Another all time classic, one of my favourite albums before this, and it still is. A masterwork, best listened to as a whole, but Money and Eclipse are my favourite "movements"
Overrated perhaps, but hard to argue against a 5.
true classic that completely succeeds musically and thematically
Already know 6
17th January 2022 Listened to the vinyl in the early afternoon while trying to make a video for the edit. One of the all time classics, it's unique and groundbreaking.
Some of the best music ever made
Un chef d'oeuvre. 6/5 tout simplement un album qui dépasse les époques et les styles.
La portada, els arranjaments, les melodies, els efectes de so, els pasatges instrumentals... No hi ha res en aquest disc que no sigui perfecte
I love revisiting this classic. It's so dreamy and dense and just perfect!!
One of the best albums ever. Timeless.
Really is an incredible album.
Never heard of it.
Well, what can I say about this album that hasn't been said before....? If you haven't heard it before (which is implausible at this point), do so now. And, when you do, I'll see you on the dark side of the moon.
Perfection. Utter, complete, absolute perfection as music, as art, as an experience. I strongly encourage you to spend time watching Polyphonic's series of brief videos going through this album song by song. The videos are available on Nebula (worth subscribing to) and YouTube. Noah (creator and producer of Polyphonic's videos) has a wonderful gift for adding cultural and societal perspective to music and is definitely worth following. (No, I have no connection to him or his work; just love his stuff.)
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Fav songs: - Breathe (In The Air) - Time - The Great Gig In The Sky - Us And Them - Brain Damage - Eclipse
I nearly gave this a 4 as it's not quite my favourite Pink Floyd album, but all of the criticisms I had seemed so minor and nitpicky when I started typing them out It's just really damn good, not perfect in my opinion but close enough
I went into this aware that this is considered one of the best albums of all time by many MANY people, but also feeling like I've never really \"got\" Pink Floyd. Like I've listened and enjoyed bits but I've never got the hype... OOF I think I get it now The atmosphere of this whole album is gorgeous, all lush and dramatic and cool. I don't have much to say other than I bloody love it
Maybe a little overhyped, but there's a reason this album gets so much praise; it's excellent. Dark Side of the Moon is not my favourite PF release, I think each of the three subsequent albums surpass it, but this was where they really transformed themselves into a great band. Money is one of the all-time best prog rock songs.
I genuinely believe this is the only record anyone needs. The themes are just as poignant today as they were in 1973. It is an actual timeless classic.
Flows exceptionally well. Immaculate production and sound design for its time. "The Great Gig In The Sky" is one of the most chilling vocal performances of all time. "Money" is such a naturally grooving 7/4 song and the Gilmour's solo bangs. The rising chorus in "Us and Them" is just massive. There is a reason this has the universal acclaim that it does, and I 100% agree.
This record got me into Pink Floyd, and is the first of the three albums that I consider the best of their discography; Dark Side, Wish You Were Here, and Animals. I love David Gilmour's style and tone. Lots of really great analog synth lines. The song writing is a good balance of Gilmour's and Waters' styles. An album I've listened to probably hundreds of times at this point, but still isn't played out in my mind.
Dark Side of the Moon Love the dreamy start to the album. Feels like On the Run kinda kills the momentum though, and the abrupt intro of Time is jarring. Maybe this is on purpose? Money still slaps kinda an abrupt end too lol
A classic that has stood the test of time. Wore the grooves out of this in HS but I've heard it enough thus that I don't really care if I never hear it again, but I listened to it for this exercise and still recognize it's greatness. 5 🌟
Ett pangalbum faktiskt.
Ameh d e så bra
Este álbum desarrolla un concepto totalmente interesante que invita a reflexionar entre tema y tema. Sin dudas una obra maestra dotada de una altísima excelencia musical en todos los aspectos (composicioón, producción, instrumentos, etc).
An all-time classic. Definitely, one of the best albums ever made. 5/5. I remember the first time I heard Money when it came out. It was like nothing I ever heard of before. When I got older I heard the rest of the album and it blew me away.
Esperienza mistica e affascinante. Fino a Money mi pareva mancasse una canzone top. Trovata: capolavoro!
A life changing album for me. 10/10
10/10. I like to say that this is overrated as Pink Floyd albums, but it's still a 10
10/10 even tho I listened to it on an airplane this time
Finalmente apreciado por inteiro
The crown jewel of Pink Floyd's discography and perhaps the greatest headphone album ever made. Incredible how far studio wizardry had come in such a relatively short time. I can listen to this over and over again. I find it every bit as thrilling as the first time I heard it. The fact that something as experimental and adventurous as this, is also one of the best selling albums of all time, will never cease to amaze me.
A classic, and rightfully so
One of the best
I only listened to half of this but mostly because I Have listened to it so many times. It's pretty perfect... But I don't love it as much as The Wall.
A truly thrilling experience. Sounds like something all out of whack with time and space. Absorbing.
This isn’t called a seminal record for nothing! Amazing!
I absolutely love this album. One of the first albums that really caught my attention as a teenager. It is such a fantastic listen.
a woork of art. And a pleasure to listen to right through after probably 20 years. 5
It’s an undisputed classic and the best of Pink Floyds work for me. For a prog rock concept album, it still manages to balance out with some great songs. Brain Damage and Eclipse is a great ending, Us and Them, Time and Money are iconic and even the instrumentals carry weight.
Well it's got to be a 5 doesn't it? But I wonder in some small way what score I would have given this had I heard if for the first time. It may still have been a 5 or more likely a 4, but I will never know.
Easy 5, hurray!
This album is a masterpiece
True classic. One of the best albums ever recorded. Progressive rock at it's peak.
For me personally, this is the best album.
legendarisk psykedelisk space-rock, kæmpe lydunivers, nostalgisk, blues-vibes, velkomponeret
Thought I didn't like it based on a previous listen. But it turns out it is pretty much as good as everyone says.
This is a perfect album. Even the long musical jams are unique and interesting. Listening to this again makes me wonder why I don't listen to it more.
Magical album. Have listened to this on numerous occasions and never get tired of it.
i would give it 100/5 if i could
One of the greatest albums ever made. From beginning to end this album is a sweeping symphonic journey exploring life, death, and madness. Pink Floyd were always keen to experiment, and this album sees them going beyond to use the studio itself as an instrument in a way that no one had before. Pink Floyd is known for their long songs that blend into each other and this is no exception. Songs are allowed to build naturally and it is clear that this album was not made for radio success, though it is still in heavy rotation on classic rock stations
why won't you pay that cool vocal woman
What a masterpiece. I have mostly heard The Wall growing up and have otherwise not really gotten into Pink Floyd. That one is one of the most bloated, indulgent albums of all time and is fantastic for it. Dark Side of the Moon while still pretty out there is pretty much stripped down compared to Wall. This is really 4-5 songs with interludes in between. Doesn’t overstay it’s welcome, gets to the point and leaves stronger because of it. Time the ultimate mid-life crisis song hahaha
I love Pink Floyd and yet I somehow never listened to this entire album. An experience isn't it.
I've played it so often.I think I could name this album from any 2 random seconds play, It is a masterpiece and possibly the greatest ever in the rock canon - certainly top 5 in any informed list.
Denne hører til på lista. De kunne kuttet lista til topp 10 og den hadde fortsatt vært med. Eksperimentelt, men fortsatt fengende. Aldri støyete eller rotete. Rett og slett et album av klasse.
What else can be said about this one? It's the epitome of commercial Floyd, and yet it's first and foremost a timeless gem. Countless hi-fi systems are said to have been tested with this record during the seventies. But this album is not only great because of its sound. It's great because of the overall artistic intent, its *songs*, its pop instincts, its topical lyrics about madness, time and capitalism, not to mention its incredible (and trippy) sense of balance between experimentation and melancholic melodies. One for the ages. Number of albums left to review or just listen to: 908 Number of albums from the list I find relevant enough to be mandatory listens: 51 Albums from the list I *might* include in mine later on: 26 Albums from the list I will certainly *not* include in mine (many others are more important): 20
i like the general feel of this album and i know that this is classic and album cover is iconic. time is good
Solid album but also vastly overrated, Pink Floyd has at least 3 better albums than this but I don't get why this one gets all the love. Still, 4/5 and has my fav Pink Floyd song -- The Great Gig In The Sky
Classic Floyd, I think the wall was the real peak up nothing bad here
this has some actually really good songs on them.. money is a banger.. brain damage and time.. wow but its also kinda over hyped so 8/10 for you
What can I say this is a classic 9/10
Really easy to listen too. Already heard most of the songs. But it was good to listen to the whole thing through.
Familiarity: 7/10 Notes: it's dark side of the moon. If you seriously are not familiar just stop reading and start listening. Done? Good. Now then, this isn't even their best album! Get started! Real Rating: 8/10
Chille muziek, niet helemaal voor nuchtere tijden
Eclipse, money, breathe
What can you say about this album? Obviously influential, but not in its actual form except for a few exceptions in the mainstream. The most selling psych-rock album probably ever, but something of a dead-end in American music despite decades of enthusiasm about it.
The belting vocals were great, and the guitars. Very enjoyable
One of the all time classic albums. Love it from beginning to end
Revisiting this was surprisingly enjoyable. Maybe too many exposures from dope smoking hippy kids in college turned me off? Maybe an older?
Slow, Softer Rock. I've heard people call this Alt-Rock before. I can see why its good, it's just not really what I personally like.
Breathe was better
Not the biggest Floyd fan in the world, and this one isn’t my favorite of theirs. Still a really solid record.
It’s a classic. Probably my favorite Floyd album- shame I realized I’m not a huge fan of Floyd
Holding on in quiet desperation is the English way
It's a classic sure, not all for me but some of it is great
mellow but driving
excellent listen but not on a monday morning
Pretty sure everyone is familiar with it and would probably rate it similarly. Great song composition, beautiful music and a great album.
Pretty decent. Feels like it needs the experience of sitting and listening to the whole album without distraction and just leaning into it.
Ok didn't listen, but uhhh, yeah i know this album.
Tim's right, this album is hard to deny. And yet... Just kidding! This is a really remarkable work and I think the best representation of what Pink Floyd are capable of at their best. It's coherent and focused, and really tells a narrative over the course of its tracks. At the same time, there are small moments when I feel like this record verges on indulgent and certain choices in the arrangements and overdubs don't quite sit as elegantly as they could. Especially in the first half of the record. An unfortunate tendency that would grow into quite a monster by the time The Wall came around. Listening to this so closely after Abbey Road, I'm struck by how much of the production choices are indebted to the former. I don't think this record could exist without this particular forerunner. They also have similarly incredible medleys making up their second sides. 4.5/5 Favourite songs: Us and Them through Eclipse
I quite like Pink Floyd, but never understood why this is regarded as their magnum opus. They have plenty of other albums, both earlier and later, which I prefer over this one. Still, it's solid. Maybe it's sprawling and unfocused... or maybe a dream-like collage of styles coming in and out of focus. I like that the album is confident enough to reward a patient full-album listening experience. I also like the actual songs when they do show up, and I like how the lyrics root all the psychedelia into down-to-earth post-war British experience. But yeah, it is sprawling and unfocused, and perhaps a little too mild-mannered than any rock album deserves to be.
вощще классичная классика уже, даже как-то писать о ней неловко. Ну я могу сказать так: я прошёл довольно долгий путь от детского неприятия этой нудятины до подросткового щенячего восторга и наконец к новому витку зрелого остывания. Достоин ли этот альбом считаться одним из лучших альбомов эвер и быть третьим среди тех 1001, что надо послушать перед смертью? Да нет, конечно. Здесь есть охуенные темы (Time, Money, Brain Damage), и в целом он концептуально насыщен, очень красивые клавиши, саксофоны (или трубы, хз), баба вощще четко орет в Великом Гиге на небесах... но блен, не так уж это все легендарно. Наверное, один из самых переоцененных альбомов в истории, что, впрочем, плохим его не делает. Просто ну. Стена лучше. И Животные лучше. И ВЮВХ лучше. Хуже только Дивижн Бел, лол (из того, что я слушал), а ну и Эндлес Ривер, очевидно. Короче классика из 10, послушать очень приятно, но чего-то всё же не хватает.
Blir alltid godstemning når man setter på det her, uansett hva man gjør. Veldig bra, men The Wall er bedre.
have to listen in chronological order
Not my favorite Pink Floyd album, but still great
i know this one such a classic
Hmm. I don't like this one as much as The Wall, but I don't feel good about going down to a 3. Iconic album art aside, I don't have that instant association with any of the tracks on this one. There are a couple rippin' guitar solos on this one though!
I'm not sure if it's the overly high expectations I had when I listened to this for the first time, but even on re-listening, it's not as perfect an album as the general opinion makes it out to be. It's still great, but it contains lulls and some unnecessary filler.
An iconic album that one never tires of listening to. It's only flaw are some of the long, instrumental segues and lead-ins that don't necessarily add much to the album.
I once watched the synced up version of the Wizard of Oz and this album. It was fun. This good by itself too.
First time listening properly to Pink Floyd. This is much more avant-garde than I expected. Not quite my style, but I can definitely see why this album is counted as one of the greats.
classic but not as good as the wall
I don't like prog rock. Have never actually actively listened to this album before. I still don't like prog rock, but surprisingly I didn't hate this. I can appreciate that it is a masterpiece, hence the 4 stars. Not what I'd listen to for fun though.
Rating: 8/10 Best songs: Breathe, Time, Brain damage
Liked it - some of it kid of washes over me a bit, but i can see why people rate it.
Brilliant stuff if not quite hitting the mark of WYWW for me
Bruh. Hit me a bit like "The Wall", didn't understand all the hype, not a big fan of the phsycadelic movement of the 70s, but it was a much better than that album. There was some actual feeling and creativity in this one. These are quick reviews so I'm not going into detail, but I think this album is about a 4.4
A classic album graces us today. One that I have heard so much about throughout my life but have never truly listened to (either forwards or backwards). This was a fantastic album and as I've heard, best listened to all the way through. Time was one of my favs in the album. As a whole, this is a really cool concept of one long song all the way through. Lots of instruments and psychedelic feels to this. And this may be one of the coolest album covers ever. At least if you go to a college campus.
Classic high school dance tunes…. Great album….
This album is in regular rotation on our turntable at home because of my prog psych loving family. Not a fave of mine for sure but I can appreciate the sentiment.....next!
Classic, but not my favorite
-Liked Time, Money, Us and Them -Very theatrical -Got better towards the end of the album -Classic Album but not my favourite genre -Can see why it's considered one of the greatest of all time
"Time" y "Money" las mejores canciones de este disco. Se disfruta más si se escucha entero como una sola obra, incluso creo que le sienta bien no estar en formato vinilo y así no tener que cambiar de cara. Aunque me gusta, para mí no es mejor que The Wall. 1973 y un grupo ya hacía estas cosas qué locura oír este vinilo ese año.
By far the most enjoyable Pink Floyd album that this list has generated for me so far. So much better without "that psychedelic noodling stuff" (as Dave Gilmour described it). I had to read about the concept of the album in order to understand it. Each side reflects a journey through a human life, covering themes including greed, death and insanity. It also followed Syd Barret's breakdown and exit from the band. That context makes a big contribution to my understanding and enjoyment of the music. Overall, it is a pleasant listen and interesting idea which is well executed. However, musically it is a bit too polished for my tastes, which to me somehow detracts from its emotiveness. 3.5/5.
I really dislike concept albums in the main. They seem to bring out the worst in Band's "creativity" leading to them just demonstrating how smart they are and sacrificing song-craft. This album though is bearable from that point of view. You can really see the shadow that Syd's departure continued to cast over the band from the lyrical content
Methinks a foredoomed rating incoming.... was assuming a 5, but can’t justify it. Felt myself thinking “get on with it” too often between some great tracks. Sorry to my father in law in advance
My earliest memory listening to this was in my freshman year science class through a headphone I was hiding. A gorgeous, layered album. Still a bigger fan of "Wish You Were Here". Favorite tracks: "Breathe", "Time", "Eclipse"
Un album bien ficelé qui confirme son statut de poids lourd au sein du générateur. Je considère toutefois qu'il n'est que partiellement réussi en lui attribuant la note de quatre étoiles sur cinq. J'ai été ces derniers temps horrifié de constater qu'une partie d'entre vous me confondait avec Robert Dimery, créateur de la liste des 1001 albums. Laissez-moi vous corriger pour la dernière fois. Vous devez distinguer la personne que je suis, à savoir Robvachelaitière, et Robert Dimery, que mon compagnon d'écoute elobèse et moi appelons le plus souvent par son prénom, Robert. Bien que nous soyons deux personnes différentes, Robert Dimery et moi nous connaissons très bien et entretenons des rapports très cordiaux.
I remember enjoying this album, and I think it's good but was not feeling it this listen.
Classic. Brain Damage
Legendary progressive rock album. Not my favorite PF album though.
Hard not to like this.
Good album, second favorite Pink Floyd record. Very ethereal
Despite the cult of personality surrounding this album, it does deliver on its premise of a highly thematic rock album that doesn't get lost in its own narrative. Though some tracks tend to run long, the majority manage to exhibit a wealth of their own personality while still serving the overall LP as a whole, helping it to deliver a message of mortality and meaning.
all the songs they sing on are great
Really cool conceptual and very smooth adventure, it's still listens great and gorgeous
Good album but not really my vibe, still a solid 4, some tracks left quite a good impression despite the fact that I don't really like experimental-type of melodies
Like Pantera, Pink Floyd are a band who I really liked when first getting into music, but have seldom use for. While I give them credit for introducing me to odder time signatures and elements of progressive and jazz, I'd much rather listen to King Crimson or Peter Gabriel-era Genesis. I find their themes and songwriting much more appealing. That said, I'll admit that one of my all-time favorites albums is by PF- Wish You Were Here. Dark Side of the Moon is pretty good, too. It flows together quite well and is a pretty smooth listen, even if I could go the rest of my life never listening to half of these songs again. A solid B.
Great album. Not much to say otherwise though. Classis and will stay classic.
Have any of you heard of this one before
tycker d cool å bra men den når inte hela vägen upp till 5 för mig för jag tycker inte den har tillräckligt många hits
Time and Money are classics. Great gig in the sky is hard to listen to. Us and them is a good song too!
Difficult to rate this one, I can't say I'm the biggest Pink Floyd fan. I think they're good but not a band I want to ever sit down and listen to. Very much the same with Dark Side of the Moon. It's such a cultural touchpoint and lauded so highly it's almost become boring to me. I'm guessing if I heard it on my own before I heard all the hype that wouldn't cloud my judgement. Culturally/musically it's a 5 but personally it's a 4.
I listened to this one a lot in high school. Seems like there's a lot of urban legend around it, like the whole Wizard of Oz thing. It has never quite lived up to he hype for me, but I do enjoy it. My favorites are the instrumentals "Great Gig" and "Any Colour."
Another classic album I had never listened to. Sorta like meeting someone famous, you just hope they’re not an asshole. Well, this album is not an asshole. It’s just some classic rock n roll. I can see how this album could be a 5/5 for some folks but it just didn’t grab me that way. I was impressed with the mixing, tenderness and unexpected variety on the album.
Fín plata, margt mjög flott. Gott hjá ykkur, Pink Floyd. (En Money er leiðinlegt).
Liked it a lot! But crazy, but cool
Great album, though it's not my favourite Pink Floyd album. The first half has a few weak bits, and I've never really enjoyed Time and Money, which seem to be very popular for some reason. That being said, the second half is amazing, and Brain Damage/Eclipse are two of my favourite PF songs. And the depth and layers of sound in Pink Floyd songs is amazing - this made me remember how amazing the Roger Waters concert was. Great stuff!
This album is obviously pretty good, but it was never my favourite Pink Floyd album. It's a 4.5, but I'm rounding down so that I can distinguish between this and the PF albums I like better (which will be 5), in case they're also on this site.
Iconic and all that. Great vocals although at times it sounds like parody… or maybe I heard the parodies first? Dunno. Pink Floyd is one of my moms favorite bands, but this was not her favorite record when I was growing up, this was not on pay as often as Wall or the one with the pig. 4 stars will make it.
I've listened to this album a zillion times so it's rather hard to rate it as if I've heard it for the first time. It's great, can't say much else.
fremragende men der findes bedre
Atmospheric- I’d listen again!!
not as good as meddle end of review
I remember buying this back in the day. I really liked it and played it regularly. Then I heard New Rose by The Damned, so Pink Floyd became the enemy. I'm more kind to them now. It's a classic.
Everyone has heard this one.
Not the biggest floyd fan, though Time and Money are always bangers.
It was good. Not as mind-blowing as I thought it would be based on all I had heard about it, but it definitely was enjoyable.
It was nice and familiar
This was nice to revisit. While I'd hear single tracks, the first time I listened to the entire album was through the BBC radio play "Dark Side." The concept of ethics that was interwoven with the lyrics really interested me. Enjoyed listening to a first-edition press that my father had.
This one surprised me. I for some reason thought Pink Floyd was very rock, but it’s…mellow. I guess it’s sort of stoner, and maybe that’s why it’s got that whole cult following.
Cool space sounds. Cool guitars (H) \o/
classic album, song to song fluidity is there but honestly not a totally huge fan of the music
Some good tracks, but if I'm honest I was expecting this album to be sonically amazing. Expectations may have been too high.
Yawn 🥱. Not enough killer plenty of filler, especially in the first half of the album. Each song has a 2 minute intro which is about a minute too long. It gave birth to prog rock which is frankly unforgivable. The bands best songs (other than money) are on their other less ejaculated over albums. Some nice guitar solos, but I will always be a wish you were here guy. “Money”, “Us and them” and “Brain Damage” lift it up to a 3. And after your 1 for the strokes, Dickie, that’s more than you deserve. I always think for truly great albums you want to relisten Immediately after finishing. I don’t get that with this one. 3/5
Overrated. Found it irritating and got bored before the end of the album
it was ok, I don't like that type of music, but that's ok. I like so many other kind, glad there is enough to go around. Enjoying doing this. Keep them coming.
weird but need to listen to cooked
Good spacey jams, kinda slow for casual listening but enjoyable in the right mood
Its perfectly listenable to. I just dont get the emotional response that most people seem to tout.
Yeah, I loved this when I was 14, but either I over-listened to it then, or it doesn't stand the test of time as well30+ years later.
I'm not a huge Pink Floyd fan, and I honestly hate Another Brick in the Wall, but I have a grudging respect for them. This album doesn't actually flow like people seem to think it does - for a concept album it sure does leave you hanging a fair bit with no continuity - but some of the songs are alright. Money being the obvious one. Us and Them has its moments, but it also spends a lot of time dilly-dallying around. Same with a few others as well. Will probably never willingly listen again, but 3/5.
I have not listened to this for a long time, and enjoyed it more than I thought I would. Dated in parts, overexposed in others, but an interesting album
Liked it, but didn't really click with me.
I needed sun after
What the hell xD
Aparte muziek, beetje zweverig. Vooral met veel gitaren en weinig melodie. Klinkt allemaal prima. Beetje de "Air" van de jaren 70 of zo. Favorieten zijn "Money", "Us And Them" and "Brain Damage". ***
starts pretty boring honestly, until time hits the beat drop time kinda slaps great gig in the sky is kinda cool money is one ive heard a bunch, great song, cool to listen to it in context The highs are really high, but theres kind of a lot between. 3/5 kinda great kinda boring
"I've been mad for fucking years, absolutely years, Been over the edge for yonks, Been working me buns off for bands I've always been mad, I know I've been mad, Like the most of us, very hard to explain why you're mad, Even if you're not mad" (Speak to me)
Yeah… it’s a bonafide classic. I don’t really have any thoughts to contribute, this thing kinda takes care of itself at this point. It’s pretty much requisite for …everyone who listens to music? Still, I much prefer Animals. 3.5/5
Not bad at all really. Have heard it before but never really paid attention. However, it’s nothing more than average really imho.
Just really not my thing.
What more can be said about Dark Side of the Moon that so many of others have already written? It is a good album and I don't mind it on occasion. It is a bit pompous for my like and dare I say patchy. It maybe got a bit overplayed and over worshipped by others for me to get into. I get the the love but this is another one of those albums that never really had much impact for me.
not my favorite Floyd
I do enjoy an album where the short intro song leads into the first full track. This one goes above and beyond with that. The beginning of Time is meh but the guitar solo is👌🏼. I feel like I enjoyed parts/elements of the songs, but rarely the entire thing.
Pink Floyd are a dilemma for me, kind of like the Beatles. One of those bands you should like given my general taste in music. Don’t get me wrong, I do like them…but I think I’m a “greatest hits” type fan. They have some really good songs, and some of them are even on this album but I find a lot of the weird (quite possibly on drugs when recorded) music doesn’t do it for me. I remember when I bought the album (“because everyone should own DSOTM”) and listened to it for the first time. My general thought was there are a few good songs but the rest I either needed to be high or watching the wizard of oz (or both) to get through. Nothing has changed. This is the “Bladerunner of Albums”. So so but still good enough for a 3.5 rounded down.
Jeg må høre mer på dette. Gir det 3 til nå. Har aldri kommet meg på Pink Floyd toget.
For a universally acclaimed work of musical genius this sure is boring. I had to make the effort to put aside 45mins to listen on headphones to see any appeal. Once I really focused in, I started to enjoy the soundscapes - particularly the bass and saxophone and I’m sure the production was pioneering for the time. Another album that can’t quite live up to it’s iconic reputation for me though.
I've tried this one before a few times and it has never clicked with me. It's obviously objectively a great record but it does nothing for me at all.
Don't get it
It's difficult to properly listen to something we've all heard a billion times before. We've all been told this is one of the greatest albums so many times, yet I don't think I like it that much to be honest. My brother loves this album. I can take it or leave it. I mean, it's okay, inoffensive enough, but I never understood why it gets so much praise heaped upon it. Maybe familiarity has bred comtempt here.
not great with hearing aid. should listen again over speakers
Production: 9/20 Songwriting: 7/20 Innovation: 14/20 Bangers: 0/20 Emotional response: 3/20 =33 Piss off Dorothy
He de reconocer que es un buen disco, de un buen grupo, de buenos músicos, con creatividad, genialidad compositiva y con gran importancia histórica. Pero... Vahhh
What's all fuss about? Boring. Pretentious.
Pink floyd never did it for me and this hasnt changed...
Not a huge fan no vibes just sounds
I'm so bored.
Gave me a headache. I guess I am not into experimentation. Or narcotics.
Pass….. sounds like a garage band practice before their next gig and may have been indulging before they started to practice. In what I do not know.
Never played this all the way through before so thought I’d give it a go. A bit self-indulgent as an album.
Aimless, meandering, and interminable with an incessant cacophony of nonsense. There are some decent songs buried in there, but you have to slog through so much shit to get to them. Time is decent enough once it finally starts in earnest. And Money is the obvious best song because it's the one most structured like, you know, a song. But even that becomes tiresome by the end. This is an album that I will never understand.
Though not as deep as Wish You Were Here, nor as vibrant as Animals, The Dark Side of the Moon was an infinitely entertaining and ever enjoyable exploration into the sound that would make Pink Floyd a household name. I love this album.