Pink Floyd formed in Cambridge, England in 1965 and is regarded as one of the greatest bands in rock and roll history. The progressive band got its start by performing covers of American R&B songs, and it was vocalist Syd Barrett who moved the group into psychedelic rock. Surreal lyrics and experimental keyboard sounds mark the signature sound of Pink Floyd.
Dark Side of the Moon (1973) and its album art is one of the most well-known pieces of music history ever. You’re likely to hear someone humming the melody of great hits like “Eclipse,” and the prismatic cover art is instantly recognizable. Pink Floyd, departing from their usual extended instrumentals, focused on songwriting for this record, emphasizing themes of conflict, greed, death, and mental illness.
The prism artwork reflects the themes of the album, fulfills the band’s request for a simplistic cover, and was reminiscent of their concert lighting. This album extended beyond just tracks on a record, Dark Side of the Moon was an all-encompassing masterpiece, combining art, instrumentals, and lyrics into a legendary work of art.
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