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Pink Floyd: The Dark Side of the Moon

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Released 2003

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Pink Floyd: The Dark Side of the Moon

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2003
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Pink Floyd: The Dark Side of the Moon is a 2003 documentary that takes the viewer thirty years into the past to Abbey Road Studios in London, where band members Roger Waters, David Gilmour, Nick Mason, and Richard Wright, alongside famed engineer Alan Parsons, recorded one of the most significant albums in rock music history. The Dark Side of the Moon, Pink Floyd's eighth studio album, continues to enthrall listeners and influence artists today. The album is notable for its use of the most advanced recording technology of the time period, including loops and multi-track recording, techniques still in common usage. The album featured a return to form of sorts for the band, as they focused on lyrical compositions with few extended instrumentals, the kind of music the band made when founding member Syd Barrett was still with them. Pink Floyd: The Dark Side of the Moon is a must-see for Pink Floyd fans and anyone interested in seeing the process behind the creation of a timeless work of art.moreless
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