The expectations, at least in my opinion, are set low for a project that chooses to cover such a historical, musical classic. Nonetheless, I was grabbed by this version of the album and genuinely enjoyed this album fully.
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Before we jump in, I feel it is fitting to mention that similar to Marilyn Manson 's inspiration for a "Sweet Dreams Are Made of This " cover, Shutt felt inclined to record a heavier version of this album after some substance consumption. Besides the failure at the soundscape aspect, many bands that cover Pink Floyd never come close to the commanding power and emotional vulnerability of both Gilmour and Waters' voices.
Luckily, Shutt and his backing band nail the atmosphere and vocals right off the bat on the "Speak to Me" intro and following piece, "Breathe. Once "On the Run" begins, there is a slight shift in attitude turns quite sinister rather than relaxing. The transformation is complete once "Time" kicks off as each riff is followed by sludgy feedback. All Auction Buy It Now. Sort: Best Match. Best Match. Gallery View.
Guaranteed 3 day delivery. This album sounds superb on vinyl. I have no idea of release date or any other details. It is on coloured vinyl. Condition is New. Vinyl pink Floyd dark side of the moon shvl Condition is Used.
Dispatched with Royal Mail 1st Class. Clearing out lps. Located in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan. A3 On The Run A2 Breathe In The Air Vinyl records lp pink Floyd dark side of the moon early press shvla. Record looks good. Not played for years. Happy bidding. Free shipping. This is an earlier pressing of SHVL The gatefold sleeve has the song lyrics printed on it.
The sleeve has been protected in a plastic sleeve included in the sale over the years and shows no sign of rubbing or shelf wear.
Vinyl - stickers faded, light surface scratches to vinyl. Sleeve cover with ring marks and fading. May have visible light scuffs, marks or light scratches. Publishers credited as Pink Floyd Music Publ. Pink Floyd dark side of the moon vinyl.
Sleeve is not the best. Sticker and marks and crease on one side. Vinyl is excellent no marks.
Centre ring shows little wear. Value is in the vinyl for replacement. Overall very good vinyl. No stickers or posters. This is the clear vinyl version and extremely rare , very good condition and plays well , has some minor crackling noise but nothing bad. Vinyl is Near Mint with barely any marks and no warping. The Dark Side of the Moon Parodies refers to mock album covers based on the eighth studio album by the English progressive rock band Pink Floyd, released in March These parodies play on prism and rainbow design found on the cover of the record.
The artwork was created by their associate, George Hardie. Hipgnosis offered the band a choice of seven designs, but all four members agreed that the prism was by far the best.
The design represents three elements; the band's stage lighting, the album lyrics, and Richard Wright's request for a "simple and bold" design. The spectrum of light continues through to the gatefold--an idea that Waters came up with.
Free delivery worldwide. View Wishlist. Be the first to write a review. Luckily, Shutt and his backing band nail the atmosphere and vocals right off the bat on the "Speak to Me" intro and following piece, "Breathe. Now before I started on the band, they went as far East as I think Harrisburgh.
Added shortly afterwards, the gatefold design also includes a visual representation of the heartbeat sound used throughout the album, and the back of the album cover contains Thorgerson's suggestion of another prism recombining the spectrum of light, facilitating interesting layouts of the sleeve in record shops.
The light band emanating from the prism on the album cover has six colors, missing indigo compared to the traditional division of the spectrum into red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. While cover parodies likely existed before, on Febraury 15th, , the band the Squirrels released an album-length parody of the record entitled The Not-So-Bright Side of the Moon.
On April 25th, , Flickr  user posted a parody replacing the prism with the Death Star space station from the science fiction film Star Wars. The post shown below, right received more than 1, views in ten years. Additionally, the character Link from the video game appear to be holding the image above his head.
The post shown below received more than 22, views in eight years. In , a series of object label variations on the cover came to prominence. View All Images. Know Your Meme is an advertising supported site and we noticed that you're using an ad-blocking solution.