One of the best-selling albums of all time. Try to tuck it away in the collection, but your dinner guests will still seek it out. Thirty years on, The Dark Side Of The Moon still sets standards of recording excellence for today’s digitally minded customers. David Gilmour’s piercing guitar solo on ‘Money’ will still make you shiver, Clare Torry’s wailing vocal on ‘The Great Gig In The Sky’ is still remarkable and Roger Waters’ lyrics remain relevant in the new millennium. Once the album coveted by cosy Habitat catalogue 70s couples as an essential purchase for their new home, The Dark Side Of The Moon is now recognized by succeeding generations as a magnificent, pristine rock record. It is OK to have it out on full display. Unlike The Final Cut, this gets played.
Tracks: Speak To Me; Breathe; On The Run; Time; The Great Gig In The Sky; Money; Us And Them; Any Colour You Like; Brain Damage; Eclipse....