It is time to celebrate an anniversary. The latest addition to my record collection turned 40 this year. And it’s not any random record, it’s Pink Floyd’s milestone The Dark Side Of The Moon, probably one of the most influential experimental rock albums of the 70’s. And considering how progressive and modern this records sounds, it is unbelieveable that already my parents listened to it when they were young. Also the design is a classic and I will let the pictures speak for themselves.
Label: Harvest, EMI
Released: 1973 (Reissue: 2011)
Country: UK & Europe
Style: Psychedelic Rock
One prism, one light ray and a black backround: presumably the most well-known and one of the best album covers of all time.
Extended cover art in combination with the back side of the gatefold jacket.
Inside of the gatefold jacket with lyrics.
Comes with a black heavyweight 180g vinyl in a black sleeve.
Includes the two posters which came with the original version.
Plus a new one with a variation of the cover artwork.
Tried to squeeze everything on one picture.