Greatest selling album of Pink Floyd
Pink Floyd has been around since the middle sixties and has produced many platinum hit albums. Albums like the wall, Animals, The Final Cut, and The Division Bell. Pink Floyd has gotten over 30 million record sales for the wall album and over 13 million copies sold for their Wish you were here album. But, what Pink Floyd’s greatest achievement is The Dark Side of the Moon album. The Dark Side of the Moon is Pink Floyd’s best album and one of the greatest albums ever sold. The album was released in March of 1973 and the album stared out as experimental ideas from previous albums and live shows. The lyrics that were being written were based on greed, passing of time, and mental illness. The song brain damage was eventually inspired by Floyd’s founder Syd Barrett‘s mental instability. Brain Damage also states the title of the album “and if the clouds burst thunder in your ear, you shout and no one seems to hear. And if the band you’re in starts playing different tunes, I’ll see you on The Dark Side of the Moon.” What makes The Dark Side of the Moon different from any other album is the fact that there are no spaces between songs. There is no other album that does that and the whole album is linked from each song to the last notes. That is some real ingenuity linking each end note to the beginning of the first note. Some of Pink Floyd’s songs from the album as singles are one song but two titles like Speak to me/Breathe and Any Colour You Like/Brain Damage. Another special quality about this album that you will not find on any other album is if you play The Dark Side of the Moon and The Wizard of Oz at the same time, they fit exactly together. That is really something to have an amazing movie like The Wizard of Oz and the mind blowing album The Dark Side of the Moon fit together. That is a double whammy right there.
Ever since March of 1973, Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side of the Moon album has sold over 50 million copies and has...
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