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Tracklist

1Breathe In The Air
2The Great Gig In The Sky
Vocals – Clare Torry
3On The Run
4Eclipse
5Time
6Money
Saxophone – Dick Parry
7Any Colour You Like
8Speak To Me
9Us And Them
Saxophone – Dick Parry
10Brain Damage

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SHVL 804, 1E 064 o 05249Pink Floyd The Dark Side Of The Moon ‎(LP, Album, Gat)Harvest, HarvestSHVL 804, 1E 064 o 05249UK1973
1C 064-05 249Pink Floyd The Dark Side Of The Moon ‎(LP, Album, RE, Gat)Harvest, EMI Electrola1C 064-05 249Germany1976
1C 064-05 249Pink Floyd The Dark Side Of The Moon ‎(LP, Album, RE, Gat)Harvest, EMI Electrola1C 064-05 249GermanyUnknown
ELD 02.21.257Pink Floyd El Lado Oscuro De La Luna ‎(LP, Album, Gat)EMIELD 02.21.257Peru1973
7243 8 2 9752 4 3Pink Floyd The Dark Side Of The Moon ‎(Cass, Album, RE, RM, Dol)EMI United Kingdom7243 8 2 9752 4 3Europe1994

Credits

  • Artwork [Sleeve Art, Stickers Art]George Hardie N.T.A.
  • Backing VocalsBarry St John, Doris Troy, Leslie Duncan, Liza Strike
  • Bass GuitarRoger Waters
  • Design [Sleeve Design], Photography ByHipgnosis
  • Effects [Tape Effects]Nick Mason, Roger Waters
  • EngineerAlan Parsons
  • Engineer [Assistant]Peter James
  • Guitar [Guitars]David Gilmour
  • KeyboardsRichard Wright
  • Lacquer Cut ByDoug Sax
  • Lyrics ByRoger Waters
  • Mastered ByJames Guthrie
  • Mixed By [Mixing Supervised By]Chris Thomas
  • Music By, ProducerPink Floyd
  • PercussionNick Mason
  • Synthesizer [VCS3]David Gilmour, Richard Wright, Roger Waters
  • VocalsDavid Gilmour, Richard Wright, Roger Waters
  • Artwork [Original Cover Design]Hipgnosis
  • Backing VocalsBarry St. John, Doris Troy, Lesley Duncan, Liza Strike
  • Bass, Vocals, Synthesizer [VCS3], Effects [Tape]Roger Waters
  • Design [Reissue Design]StormStudios
  • EngineerAlan Parsons
  • Engineer [Assistant]Peter James
  • GraphicsGeorge Hardie N.T.A.
  • Keyboards, Vocals, Synthesizer [VCS3]Richard Wright
  • Lyrics ByRoger Waters
  • Mastered ByJames Guthrie, Joel Plante
  • Music ByPink Floyd
  • Percussion, Effects [Tape]Nick Mason
  • Photography [Pyramid Photographs] – Hipgnosis
  • ProducerPink Floyd
  • Supervised By [Mixing]Chris Thomas
  • Vocals, Guitar, Synthesizer [Vcs3]David Gilmour
  • Written-ByGilmour (tracks: 2 to 4, 8), Mason (tracks: 1, 4, 8), Wright (tracks: 2, 4, 5, 7, 8), Waters (tracks: 2 to 4, 6, 7, 9, 10)
  • Artwork [Sleeve Art, Stickers Art]George Hardie N.T.A.
  • Bass, Vocals, Synthesizer [Vcs3], Effects [Tape], Lyrics ByRoger Waters
  • Design [Sleeve], Photography ByHipgnosis
  • EngineerAlan Parsons
  • Engineer [Assistant]Peter James
  • Keyboards, Vocals, Synthesizer [Vcs3]Richard Wright
  • Mixed By [Supervised]Chris Thomas
  • Percussion, Effects [Tape]Nick Mason
  • Producer, Music ByPink Floyd
  • Vocals, Guitar, Synthesizer [Vcs3]David Gilmour
  • Written-ByGilmour (tracks: A2 to A4, B3), Mason (tracks: A1, A4, B3), Wright (tracks: A2, A4, A5, B2, B3), Waters (tracks: A2 to A4, B1, B2, B4, B5)
  • Artwork [Sleeve Art, Stickers Art]George Hardie N.T.A.
  • Backing VocalsBarry St John, Doris Troy, Leslie Duncan, Liza Strike
  • Bass, Vocals, Synthesizer [Vcs3], Effects [Tape], Lyrics ByRoger Waters
  • Design [Sleeve], Photography ByHipgnosis
  • EngineerAlan Parsons
  • Engineer [Assistant]Peter James
  • Keyboards, Vocals, Synthesizer [Vcs3]Richard Wright
  • Mixed By [Supervised]Chris Thomas
  • Percussion, Effects [Tape]Nick Mason
  • Producer, Music ByPink Floyd
  • Vocals, Guitar, Synthesizer [Vcs3]David Gilmour
  • Artwork [Sleeve Art, Stickers Art]George Hardie N.T.A.
  • Backing VocalsBarry St John, Doris Troy, Leslie Duncan, Liza Strike
  • Bass, Vocals, Synthesizer [Vcs3], Tape [Tape Effects]Roger Waters
  • Design [Sleeve], Photography ByHipgnosis
  • Engineer [Assistant]Peter James
  • Engineer, Remix [Quadraphonic Remix Supervised By]Alan Parsons
  • Keyboards, Vocals, Synthesizer [Vcs3], Lyrics ByRichard Wright
  • Mixed By [Supervised]Chris Thomas
  • Percussion, Tape [Tape Effects]Nick Mason
  • ProducerPink Floyd
  • Vocals, Guitar, Synthesizer [Vcs3]David Gilmour
  • Written-ByGilmour (tracks: A2 to A4, B3), Mason (tracks: A1, A4, B3), Wright (tracks: A2, A5, B2, B3), Waters (tracks: A2 to A4, B1, B2, B4, B5)
  • Artwork By [Sleeve Art, Stickers Art] – George Hardie N.T.A.
  • Bass, Vocals, Synthesizer [Vcs3], Effects [Tape], Lyrics ByRoger Waters
  • Design [Sleeve Design], PhotographyHipgnosis
  • EngineerAlan Parsons
  • Engineer [Assistant]Peter James
  • Keyboards, Vocals, Synthesizer [Vcs3]Richard Wright
  • Mixed By [Supervised]Chris Thomas
  • Percussion, Effects [Tape]Nick Mason
  • Producer, Music ByPink Floyd
  • Vocals, Guitar, Synthesizer [Vcs3]David Gilmour
  • Written-ByGilmour (tracks: A2, A3, A4, B3), Mason (tracks: A1, A4, B3), Wright (tracks: A2, A4, A5, B2, B3), Waters (tracks: A2 to A4, B1, B2, B4, B5)
  • Backing VocalsBarry St John, Doris Troy, Leslie Duncan, Liza Strike
  • Bass, Synthesizer [Vcs 3], Effects [Tape], VocalsRoger Waters
  • Drums, Effects [Tape]Nick Mason
  • EngineerAlan Parsons
  • Engineer [Assistant]Peter James
  • Engineer [Mixing]Chris Thomas
  • Guitar, Synthesizer [Vcs 3], VocalsDavid Gilmour
  • Keyboards, Synthesizer [Vcs 3], VocalsRichard Wright
  • Lacquer Cut ByHN
  • ProducerPink Floyd
  • Artwork [Sleeve Art, Stickers Art]George Hardie N.T.A.
  • Backing VocalsBarry St. John, Doris Troy, Lesley Duncan, Liza Strike
  • Bass, Vocals, Synthesizer [VCS3], Effects [Tape]Roger Waters
  • Design [Sleeve], Photography ByHipgnosis
  • EngineerAlan Parsons
  • Engineer [Assistant]Peter James
  • Keyboards, Vocals, Synthesizer [VCS3]Richard Wright
  • Lyrics ByRoger Waters
  • Music ByPink Floyd
  • Percussion, Effects [Tape]Nick Mason
  • ProducerPink Floyd
  • Supervised By [Mixing]Chris Thomas
  • Vocals, Guitar, Synthesizer [Vcs3]David Gilmour
  • Written-ByGilmour (tracks: A2 to A4, B3), Mason (tracks: A1, A4, B3), Wright (tracks: A2, A4, A5, B2, B3), Waters (tracks: A2 to A4, B1, B2, B4, B5)
  • Artwork [Sleeve Art]George Hardie N.T.A.
  • Backing VocalsBarry St John, Doris Troy, Leslie Duncan, Liza Strike
  • Bass Guitar, Vocals, Synthesizer [Vcs3], Effects [Tape], Lyrics ByRoger Waters
  • Design [Sleeve], Photography ByHipgnosis
  • EngineerAlan Parsons
  • Engineer [Assistant]Peter James
  • Keyboards, Vocals, Synthesizer [Vcs3]Richard Wright
  • Mixed By [Supervised]Chris Thomas
  • Percussion, Effects [Tape]Nick Mason
  • ProducerPink Floyd
  • Vocals, Guitar, Synthesizer [Vcs3]David Gilmour
  • Written-ByGilmour (tracks: 1(b), 2, 3, 7), Mason (tracks: 1(a), 3, 7), Wright (tracks: 1(b), 3, 4, 6, 7), Waters (tracks: 1(b), to 3, 5, 6, 8, 9)
  • Mastered ByHN
  • Backing VocalsBarry St. John, Doris Troy, Lesley Duncan, Liza Strike
  • Bass Guitar, Vocals, Synthesizer [VCS3], Effects [Tape]Roger Waters
  • Design [Original Cover], Photography By [Original]Hipgnosis
  • Graphics [Heartbeat, From An Idea By]Roger Waters
  • Keyboards, Vocals, Synthesizer [VCS3]Richard Wright
  • Lyrics ByRoger Waters
  • Mastered ByJames Guthrie, Joel Plante
  • Mixed By [Supervisor]Chris Thomas
  • Percussion, Effects [Tape]Nick Mason
  • ProducerPink Floyd
  • Vocals, Guitar, Synthesizer [VCS3]David Gilmour
  • Artwork [Sleeve Art, Stickers Art]George Hardie N.T.A.
  • Backing VocalsBarry St. John, Doris Troy, Lesley Duncan, Liza Strike
  • Bass, Vocals, Synthesizer [Vcs3], Effects [Tape], Lyrics ByRoger Waters
  • Design [Sleeve], Photography ByHipgnosis
  • EngineerAlan Parsons
  • Engineer [Assistant]Peter James
  • Keyboards, Vocals, Synthesizer [Vcs3]Richard Wright
  • Mixed By [Supervised]Chris Thomas
  • Percussion, Effects [Tape]Nick Mason
  • Producer, Music ByPink Floyd
  • Vocals, Guitar, Synthesizer [Vcs3]David Gilmour
  • Written-ByGilmour (tracks: A2 to A4, B3), Mason (tracks: A1, A4, B3), Wright (tracks: A2, A4, A5, B2, B3), Waters (tracks: A2 to A4, B1, B2, B4, B5)
  • Lyrics ByRoger Waters
  • Music By, ProducerPink Floyd

Notes

Recorded at Abbey Road Studios, London between June 1972 and January 1973.

℗ 1973 The Gramophone Co. Ltd.
Made in Gt. Britain

E.M.I Records (The Gramophone Co. Ltd.) Hayes · Middlesex · England
File under POPULAR : Pop Groups
_______________

This is the Subsequent pressing of the release, having a blue glowing inner edge prism with the centre black, it has silver lettering.

There are 2 systems for track numbering on the release. The cover lists the titles A1 to B5 (used in this submission). The labels however number the tracks from (a) to (i) so, for example, "Breathe" is listed as "(a)(II)" on the label but "2" on the cover.

There are three known original sleeve variations. In this version the right front opening of the gatefold cover is not sealed.
____________

Note on Credits:
Though credited for the entire album, Barry St John, Doris Troy, Lesley Duncan, and Liza Strike perform backing vocals only on tracks A4, B2, B4, and B5.First issue of the "Hachette Collection" of 18 weekly releases including the 15 studio albums , "Delicate Sound Of Thunder" live album, the "A Foot In The Door" compilation and a 2 dvd set of P.U.L.S.E. , available in France newsagent's shops .
This CD is released in a gatefold cardboard sleeve and presented on a 45cm x 39cm cardboard support with an A4 information page about the collection.- Rare Copy (Apparently There Are Less Than Five In Circulation) In Light Brown Color Vinyl (The Italian Collectors Call "Cappuccino" It Since The Color Of The Disc Reminds The Famous Beverage With Milk And Coffee), Output With An Obvious Printing Error Probably Made During The Mixing Of The Color Dosage Before Printing The Disk. In Fact They Are Totally Of A Uniform Light Brown Color. The Label Is Equal To The Normal Edition.
Sticker On Front Sleeve: "Farbige Pressung Limitierte Sonderauflage" ("Colored Pressing Limited Special Edition").
- Released With Gatefold Cover, Including Two A2-Sized Posters And Two Small Graphic Inserts With Cat. No. Acc. Cover.Recorded at Abbey Road Studios, London between June 1972 and January 1973.

℗ 1973 The Gramophone Co. Ltd.
Made in Gt. Britain

E.M.I Records (The Gramophone Co. Ltd.) Hayes · Middlesex · England
File under POPULAR : Pop Groups
_______________

This is the original form of the release, it has solid light blue prism LP picture labels with silver lettering, later forms have an empty prism. It has a gatefold sleeve, and there are three known variations of the original blue-tinged sleeve - see below. Originally delivered with 2 posters and 2 stickers.

There are 2 systems for track numbering on the release. The cover lists the titles A1 to B5 (used in this submission). The labels however number the tracks from (a) to (i) so, for example, "Breathe" is listed as "(a)(II)" on the label but "2" on the cover (see images).

The following is a guide to identifying all of the elements that make up the first pressing:

1. The label has a solid light blue prism. Subsequent pressings have a blue glowing inner edge prism with the centre black.
2. 'The Gramophone Co.' text starts at 10 o'clock on label.
3. A-2/B-2 matrix stamps appear in the runout area.
4. Thick heavyweight vinyl believed by some to be the 'finest' and most true encapsulation of this historical recording as the first pressing was pressed direct from the original masterplate.
5. There is a distinct bluish tint/tinge in the black ink of the cover.
6. There are three known original sleeve variations. 1. The right front opening of the gatefold cover is sealed with the two sides glued together. 2. The right front opening of the gatefold cover is sealed with a fold over flap that is glued inside the opening. 3. The right front opening of the gatefold cover is not sealed. A known 2/2 matrix, 1 mother, G stamper copy came with , an unglued and non-'folded in' sleeve at time of release, which hints at the possibility that very first pressings did not come with glued flaps, which is where the poster and stickers were located.
7. Inner sleeve is a distinctive polythene lined die cut black semi matt paper with white printed text stating 2 patent numbers bottom left [1125555/1072844] and 'MADE IN GREAT BRITAIN' bottom right.
8. Posters and stickers were printed on paper stock that has a rough texture (later pressings used paper that was gloss laminated).
9. Stickers have printed backs with diagonal lines across them, and the words 'Fasson' 'FasPrint' and 'Crack-Back'.
10. First copies came with a small round sticker white text on blueish black stating 'Pink Floyd The Dark Side of the Moon' (confirmed for stampers GL/MO).
____________

This first edition was initially pressed by The Gramophone Co. Ltd., from July 1st, 1973 by its legal successor, EMI Records Ltd. at the same plant.
International E.M.I. catalog number 1E 064 o 05249 appears in small fonts and parentheses on the cover rear.

Note on Credits:
Though credited for the entire album, Barry St John, Doris Troy, Lesley Duncan, and Liza Strike perform backing vocals only on tracks A4, B2, B4, and B5.Recorded at Abbey Road Studios, London between June 1972 and January 1973.

This is the original form of the release, it has solid light blue prism LP picture labels with silver lettering, later forms have an empty prism. It has a gatefold sleeve, and there are three known variations of the original blue-tinged sleeve - see below. Originally came with 2 posters and 2 stickers.

There are 2 systems for track numbering on the release. The cover lists the titles A1 to B5 (used in this submission). The labels however number the tracks from (a) to (i) so, for example, "Breathe" is listed as "(a)(II)" on the label but "2" on the cover (see images).

The following is a guide to identifying all of the elements that make up the first pressing:

1. The label has a solid light blue prism. Subsequent pressings have a blue glowing inner edge prism with the centre black.
2. 'The Gramophone Co.' text starts at 10 o'clock on label.
3. A2/B2 matrix in deadwax of run out groove.
4. Thick heavyweight vinyl believed by some to be the 'finest' and most true encapsulation of this historical recording as the first pressing was pressed direct from the original masterplate. "These 1st pressings were straight from the masters and nothing even gets close to them today. They play with a deep clear warm clarity and have to be heard to be believed!".
5. There is a distinct bluish tint/tinge in the black ink of the cover.
6. There are three known original sleeve variations. 1. The right front opening of the gatefold cover is sealed with the two sides glued together. 2. The right front opening of the gatefold cover is sealed with a fold over flap that is glued inside the opening. 3. The right front opening of the gatefold cover is not sealed. A known 2/2 matrix, 1 mother, G stamper copy came with , an unglued and non-'folded in' sleeve at time of release, which hints at the possibility that very first pressings did not come with glued flaps, which is where the poster and stickers were located.
7. Inner sleeve is a distinctive polythene lined die cut black semi matt paper with white printed text stating 2 patent numbers bottom left [112555/1072844] and 'MADE IN GREAT BRITAIN' bottom right.
8. Posters and stickers were printed on paper stock that has a rough texture (later pressings used paper that was gloss laminated).
9. Stickers have printed backs with diagonal lines across them, and the words 'Fasson' 'FasPrint' and 'Crack-Back'.
10. Very first copies came with a small round sticker white text on black stating 'Pink Floyd The Dark Side of the Moon'.Australian cassette release. White cassette body with blue printing.

Large EMI and Harvest logos at 3 o'clock position.

Note on credits:
Though credited for the entire album, Barry St John, Doris Troy, Lesley Duncan, and Liza Strike perform backing vocals only on tracks A4, B2, B4, and B5.On the inlay:
TC-SHVL 804
(0C 244 o 05249)
(Harvest logo)
Regd Trade Mark of
The Gramophone Co Ltd
A company of the EMI Group
Publishers: Pink Floyd Music Publ. Ltd
℗ 1973 The Gramophone Company Ltd.
7304 DP
Also available on 8 Track cartridge
EMI Records Ltd
Hayes Middlesex England

On the cassette:
TC-SHVL 804
℗ 1973 The Gramophone Company Limited
(Harvest logo)
Regd trade mark of
EMI Records Ltd.Made in Australia
Packaging: Gatefold cardboard sleeve with a 12-page booklet which includes lyrics.Recorded at Abbey Road Studios, London between June 1972 and January 197

Gatefold sleeve.

Blue EMI / Harvest Logos / Decals On Inside Gatefold Sleeve180gm pressing on Black vinyl

"Recorded at Abbey Road Studios, London between June 1972 and January 1973"

"Original packaging including stickers and posters plus free 320kbps mp3 album download and exclusive new poster"

"Printed in the U.S.A."Comes in a gatefold sleeve. Sticker with the band's name and title is positioned at the upper left corner of the front of the sleeve.

Note on Credits:
Though not detailed in the liner notes, Barry St. John, Doris Troy, Lesley Duncan, and Liza Strike perform backing vocals only on tracks A4, B2, B4, and B5.Recorded At Abbey Road Studios, London Between June 1972 And January 1973.

Cover: Black With Prism.
Inserts:
1) A 1-Page Insert About 4 Channel Records.
2) A 32-Page Booklet.
3) A 2-Page Lyric Sheet, With Lyrics In Japanese And English.
Obi: Gold With Title And Catalog Number. Y2,500 (Price Code I)
Labels (Promo): White EMI / Toshiba Promotional Labels With The Channel 4 Logo.
Text Around The Bottom Half Of The Label Starts At 10 O'Clock Says:

"Mfd. By TOSHIBA-EMI LTD. In Japan. All Rights Of The Manufacturer And Of The Owner Of The Recorded Work Are Reserved. Unauthorized Public Performance, Broadcasting And Copying Of The Record Prohibited."

Note On Credits:
Though Not Detailed In The Liner Notes, Barry St. John, Doris Troy, Lesley Duncan, And Liza Strike Perform Backing Vocals Only On Tracks A4, B2, B4, And B5.White vinyl version.

Note on Credits:
Though not detailed in the liner notes, Barry St. John, Doris Troy, Lesley Duncan, and Liza Strike perform backing vocals only on tracks A4, B2, B4, and B5.Catalogue# on spine and back: Harvest - 0777 7 46001 2 5
Catalogue# on CD: EMI - CDP 7460012
Catalogue# on booklet: Harvest - CDP 7 46001 2

℗ 1973 Original sound recordings made by EMI Records Ltd.
© 1973 EMI Records Ltd.
EMI Records Ltd, Hayes Middlesex England.

Digital Remasters ℗ 1992
The copyright in this sound recording is owned by EMI Records Ltd. © 1993 EMI Records Ltd.

Marketed and distributed by EMI
Printed in the UK
Made in the UK
DIGITAL MASTERING

Recorded at Abbey Road Studios, London between June 1972 and January 1973.

Note on Credits:
Though not specified in the liner notes, Barry St. John, Doris Troy, Lesley Duncan, and Liza Strike perform backing vocals only on tracks 3, 6, 8, and 9.Recorded at Abbey Road Studios, London between June 1972 and January 1973.

This Japanese Black Triangle release looks very similar to, but different from the 1983 release - Pink Floyd - The Dark Side Of The Moon which was labelled as "MFD. BY TOSHIBA EMI LTD." but was actually produced by CBS/Sony.

This release was produced by Toshiba/EMI and the letters "TO" are included in the matrix runout. The CD hub is clear and has no markings. This release has very different EQ levels to those of the linked 1983 CBS/Sony produced release. The early Japanese pressings of this album are often differentiated by the descriptions:
1. "Non TO version:
2. "TO version"
This release also has a barcode that I have not seen on pictures of other Discog entries of this title.

For more information regarding early Japanese editions of this album, please refer to this link : http://pinkfloydarchives.com/Discog/Japan/DSCD1/JADS1.htm

This CD was released with a 24-page booklet that featured the album title, album credits, song titles in both Japanese and English, song timings, musician credits, pictures of the band and pyramids, a history of Pink Floyd written by Michael Dale, and lyrics in both English and Japanese. The front page was the album cover.

Note on Credits:
Though not stated in the liner notes, Barry St. John, Doris Troy, Lesley Duncan, and Liza Strike perform backing vocals only on tracks 4, 7, 9, and 10.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped, side A runout): 4QSHVL-804-A 1S 1 P
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped, side B runout): 4QSHVL-804-B 1S 1 P
  • Barcode: 4 988006 641594
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): CP35-3017-U 1A2 TO
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): CP35-3017-U 1A4 TO
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3): CP35-3017-U 1A1TO
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 4): CP35-3017-U 1A3 TO
  • Other (Price): ¥3,286
  • Other (Printing Code): 7304 DP
  • Barcode (Text): 5 099902 895529
  • Barcode:
  • Barcode: 0 07774 600125
  • Other: D:
  • Other: F: PM 520
  • Other: UK: CDSHVL 804
  • Rights Society: BIEM / MCPS
  • Matrix / Runout: 746001 2 . 17-1-33 EMI SWINDON
  • Matrix / Runout: 5099902895529 AH90739-01 manufactured by optimal media GmbH
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L578
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 9743
  • Barcode: 5 099910 524916
  • Label Code: LC 1305
  • Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1, Side A): 5C-062-05249-A //19087-5-Y HN 08_VR_21082_1A_1
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1, Side B ): 5C-062-05249-B-19088-3-Y HN 08_VR_21082_1B_1
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2, Side A): 5C-062-05249-A //19087-5 HN 1 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2, Side B ): 5C-062-05249-B-19088-2-Y HN
  • Matrix / Runout (Label A): SHVL 804A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B): SHVL 804B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A, stamped): SHVL 804 A-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B, stamped): SHVL 804 B-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Both Runouts: Mother number at 9 o'clock): 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Both Runouts: Stamper at 3 o'clock): G [or higher]
  • Other (Printer date/format code, gatefold inner): Ⓛ 7303 TPS
  • Other (Patent No.s on inner sleeve): 1125555 1072844
  • Rights Society: STEMRA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A etched): 5C-062-05249-A-19087-3-Y HN
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B etched): 5C-062-05249-B-19088-2-Y HN
  • Matrix / Runout (side A runout area data): QHVL 804 A-2
  • Matrix / Runout (side B runout area data): QHVL 804 B-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped Side A): SHVL 804 A-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped Side B): SHVL 804 B-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A: Mother number at 9 o'clock): 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A: Stamper at 3 o'clock): G
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B: Mother number at 9 o'clock): 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B: Stamper at 3 o'clock): G
  • Matrix / Runout (Label A): SHVL 804A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B): SHVL 804B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A, stamped): SHVL 804 A-10
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B, stamped): SHVL 804 B-10
  • Matrix / Runout:
  • Matrix / Runout:
  • Other (Printer date/format code, gatefold inner): Ⓛ 7303 TPS
  • Other:
  • Barcode (Text): 5 099902 987613
  • Barcode (String): 5099902987613
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Etching): S-77388 0298761A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Stamped): TML-M
  • Other (Side A Sticker Code): 5099902987613A
  • Other (Side A Sticker Code): SHVL 804A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Etching, Variant 1): S-77389 0298761B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Etching, Variant 2): 0298761 B S-77389
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Stamped): TML-M
  • Other (Side B Sticker Code): 5099902987613B
  • Other (Side B Sticker Code): SHVL 804B
  • Other (Back Cover Code): IE 064 º 05249

Companies

  • Recorded At – Abbey Road Studios
  • Manufactured By – Toshiba EMI Ltd
  • Recorded At – Abbey Road Studios
  • Record Company – EMI
  • Licensed To – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Pink Floyd Music Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Pink Floyd Music Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Abbey Road Studios
  • Mastered At – Das Boot Recording
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – The Gramophone Co. Ltd.
  • Published By – Pink Floyd Music Publishers Ltd.
  • Record Company – EMI
  • Manufactured By – Capitol Records, LLC
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Pink Floyd Music Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Pink Floyd Music Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Abbey Road Studios
  • Mastered At – Das Boot Recording
  • Mastered At – The Mastering Lab
  • Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-77388
  • Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-77389
  • Mastered At – EMI Studios, Heemstede
  • Recorded At – Abbey Road Studios
  • Printed By – Interprogres, Zagreb
  • Record Company – EMI
  • Record Company – The Gramophone Co. Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Abbey Road Studios
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – The Gramophone Co. Ltd.
  • Published By – World Copyrights Ltd.
  • Pressed By – The Gramophone Co. Ltd.
  • Pressed By – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Printed By – Garrod & Lofthouse Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Abbey Road Studios
  • Published By – Penjane
  • Record Company – Warner Music France
  • Manufactured By – Optimal Media GmbH – AH90739
  • Copyright (c) – Pink Floyd Music Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Hachette Collections
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The record builds on ideas explored in Pink Floyd's earlier recordings and performances, while omitting the extended instrumentals that. 0Check in. 10 tracks 43:03. and March 24, 1973 in the UK. It was recorded at Abbey Road Studios in London England and released in 1973. It was released on March 17, 1973 in the U. Its themes include old age, conflict and insanity the latter possibly inspired by the deteriorating mental state of their former band leader Syd Barrett. 27 February 1973. Please try again. Pink Floyd - On the Run. Slow Blues Blues Ballads 1 - A. Bands Pink Floyd The Dark Side Of The Moon. It stands as one of the most successful commercial recordings of all time, and has been released in just about every known country on the entire planet. The Dark Side of the Moon. For Hire. Primarily developed during live performances, the band premiered an early version of the record several months before recording began. 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The Dark Side Of The Moon 2011 Remastered Version. Title: The Dark Side of the Moon Artist: Pink Floyd Released: March 24, 1973 Total Length: 42:59 Label: Harvest, EMIUK, HarvestCapitol US. Pink Floyd - Speak To Me. Brain Damage 3:50. The Dark Side of the Moon is the eighth studio album by English rock band Pink Floyd, released on 1 March 1973 by Harvest Records. 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd. On the Run 3:30. Listen free to Pink Floyd Dark Side of the Moon Money, Us and Them and more. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Pink Floyd. Pink Floyd - PULSE Pink Floyd The Dark Side Of The Moon. Please try again . Any Color You Like 3:24. 10 tracks 46:31. Breathe 2:43. Make social videos in an instant: use custom templates to tell the right story for your business. Here are 10 things you might not know about Dark Side of the Moon. Eclipse 2:06. Pink Floyd от лица компании EMI UK Pink Floyd The Dark Side Of The Moon. David Gilmour - Vocals, Guitar, VCS 3, Keyboards. Speak to Me 1:30. Rest of cast listed alphabetically: Pink Floyd. Floyd fans were first treated to Dark Side of the Moon in concert more than a year before the album was actually released. Pink Floyd: Journey to the Dark Side. The Hammond Organ enters for the first time on the Run rabbit run line in Breathe and then goes away until the middle of The Great Gig in the Sky, then doesnt reappear until Us and Them, t. Song Rating: 5, 5. With Roger Waters, Storm Thorgerson, Nigel Williamson, David Fricke. X I'm Watching This Keep track of everything you watch tell your friends. Roger Waters - Bass, Vocals, VCS 3, Tape Effects. Get your team aligned with all to the Dark Side of the Moon: a Tribute to Pink Floyd. Songs in album Pink Floyd - The Dark Side of the Moon 1973. Overall Rating: 5, 5. What have the artists said about this One of the great things about an album like The Dark Side Of The Moon, for example, is what is not played. Dark Side is estimated to have sold around 15 million copies in the US alone, and over 45 million worldwide, making it one of the best-selling albums in the history of music. Track Listing. A detailed look at the production of the biggest album in the history of progressive rock and one of the best-selling albums of all time. Pink Floyd - Breathe In the Air. Hipgnosis' Life in 15 Album Covers: Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin and More. See full cast . It had the stream of consciousness effect that goes beyond surrealism, just into the realm of the unknown, and that plus its themes, played phenomenally to what its core audience was at the time of the late 60's people, who remembered very freshly the days of the brilliantly insane Syd Barrett. New material was recorded in two sessions in 1972 and 1973 at Abbey Road Studios in London. Pink Floyd may have better albums than Dark Side of the Moon, but no other record defines them quite as well as this one. 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Pink Floyd - The Dark Side Of The Moon FLAC
Performer:
Pink Floyd
Title:
The Dark Side Of The Moon
Genre:
FLAC size:
2005 mb
MP3 size:
2677 mb
WMA size:
1971 mb
Country:
Japan
Released:
1989
Label:
EMI, Harvest
Style:
Classic Rock, Prog Rock
Rating:
4.1
Catalog №:
CP35-3017
Nicearad
Bad pressing, the sound is off, the hole is a bit too tiny, it barely fits..There's a dust-ish sound on the vinyl though it's a brand new one AND there's a tiny scratch I believe on the B-side.After going for reviews on other sites I can tell the scratch is on all the vinyls that are pressed in 2011.
Foxanayn
Thanks man...I was worried it was my copy, system or stylus. I agree, it sounds "dusty", like a barely detectable layer of white noise is sitting on top of it all. The highs are definitely suppressed and seem blurred into the mid-range, and though the bass isn't truncated, it isn't distinct either. Still a good listen, but disappointing for the incredible perfection that is DSM. Note: I don't have a scratch on the B-side.
Jesmi
What can I possibly say about an album that not only means so much to so many, and has influenced an equal number ... other then to tell you some personal stories regarding the album, from my perspective, from someone in their early twenties when 'The Dark Side of the Moon' slammed head long into this portion of the galaxy.I was in Vietnam when ‘Dark Side’ was released, and let me tell you, sitting comfortably in your living room and hearing this piece of music is one thing, sitting in the middle of the jungle, on the other side of the world, on the dark side of the moon, if you will ... now that was an adventure. Vietnam was black as coal at night, the stars shown down like brilliant beacons, shadows moved from things I couldn’t see, while things moved that didn’t cast shadows, and at times it was so quiet that the noise of the chirping bugs was deafening. This was my introduction to 'Dark Side of the Moon,' and hearing this surreal soundscape mixed with the comings and goings of war, added a fourth dimension to each and every song. There were no walls, nothing to contain the music, it just filled up the hootch, floated out through the misquote netting, and drifted off into the jungle, where I’m sure that today it’s still resonating from tree to tree.Now, the coolest thing was when PsyOps got a hold of it. These guys had huge speaker systems that where attached to the choppers, and they would blast the VC with ungodly noise both day and night ... but when we nurses showed up at their hanger with ‘Dark Side Of The Moon’ in hand, why it took those boys about three minutes to hook the stereo up to those huge speakers, power up the amp, and treated us to a concert style playback in surround sound, that actually shook the walls.‘Dark Side of the Moon’ was on the Top 100 for something like a million weeks. It was the seminal album to be used when purchasing stereos, speakers and using dope. There were a certain number of albums one had to own, otherwise you hung your head in shame, and 'Dark Side' was at the top of the list. ‘Dark Side’ was playing all of the time, but that was back when Rolling Stone Magazine was counter culture, filled with stereo adds, mail order bongs, and those uncomfortable Earth Shoes. Just the words ‘Dark Side,’ and Pink Floyd, were dropped to let people know that you were hip, with the poster from the first edition hung prominently in everyone’s living room.The music from ‘Dark Side’ has stood the test of time very well, though for me, not the trippy cash registers, and the screaming or the bells. I have taken the album to a friend, who has mixed out all of those annoying sounds, leaving me with one of the smoothest, lush, and flowing albums I could ever conjure into being. There is no way to measure all of the groups who would sight ‘Dark Side’ as the release that spurred them on, and it certainly must be considered a historical release, giving it a central place in musical history.Everything Pink Floyd ever did, lead them to the making ‘Dark Side Of The Moon,’ and everything they did after was a mere reflection of it. I’m sure that one day people will wonder what all the hoopla was about, but by then I won’t care ... I’ll just shrug my shoulders knowing that ‘The Dark Side Of The Moon’ effected everything I have ever done or thought.Review By Jenell Kesler
Monn
Freaking incredible! I just listened to the whole album non stop and it is a remarkable re-mastering. I can't wait to hear it again at a higher volume with everybody out of the house and the speakers pointed directly at me in my easy chair.
Onath
That collection has just released in France, it currently costs 9.99€ by album, and they are already re-sold for 25-40€ on Discogs? Come on people, have a bit of dignity...
They generally sold fairly fast, and stores had too little copies. It was still possible to find older issues in smaller or less frequented stores, but still. Add to this that some people would exclusively buy them in order to re-sell them online, and you had to be fast. It was a very good deal if you purchased them directly from stores, but it's not worth the reselling + shipping price at all, indeed.
I tried getting them when I visited France back in March but couldn't find them at any news stand or magazine store... Hoped to buy them online but the markup (plus shipping rates higher than it truly costs) isn't worth it.
That is mad! It's a bit sad to think that bootlegs were made in the first place by passionate people for live gigs to linger on, but it slowly turned into a shady marketplace. I never buy expensive bootlegs, no matter how rare they are.I'd understand some die-hard fans would like to get this 2018 release of Pink Floyd albums, but somehow the mention "Hachette Collection" on the back cover isn't really worth an extra 10-15€ to pay for... !
all it takes is one clown to sell a pressing for too much money for everyone else to think they have some kind of "expensive gem", its quite obnoxious. one of the worst examples of gluttony was when bootlegs for Les Joyaux De La Princesse releases sold for over 400 dollars before they were banned. (See: Les Joyaux De La Princesse - L'Allemagne Année Zero.)
Helldor
LP is slightly/quite a bit better, I listened to both, the CD sounds too clean and digital

I couldn't get my mind focused on the CD version - I never felt relaxed with that one
with LP i felt relaxed right away each time

try the LP if you can, I'd say LP is 5/5 , CD is 4.5/5

this is the most relaxing album with PF, but not friendly towards newcomers - you need open heart and mind to listen to this

you might not get your friends to listen to this, unless they're old

the wall is a better 'party album', this one is for really deep focusing and relaxation

division bell, wish you were here, the wall, dsotm are the ones I like best
division bell can be a bit too negative at times, but the guitar makes up for it, damn.....

it's a must have too...

what the LP does is add some analog noise to this album, and a few scratches too usually - it makes it sound more relaxing, at least for me

I'll probably buy as CD myself because I dont have LP setup, but LP is definitely best, heard both a few times - much more relaxing

You can often find both versions on youtube - try yourself and see if you don't agree that LP is best, many people record LP version in HD and put on youtube
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