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First rock album ever was Dark Side of the Moon, it's been history ever since. I really dig the period from when Gilmour joined in '68 to the time Dark Side was released. If you listen to bootlegs and studio albums between Saucerful of Secrets and Dark Side, you can see the band progressing straight toward the genius that they are acclaimed for from '73 onwards. If you can get your hands on it, most fans should really dig the Live at Pompeii show they did in '72. It's a bootleg, but the sound is good and has great versions of "Echoes" and "Careful With That Axe, Eugene". You should probably be able to download it for free somewhere, just google it.


...i'm pretty sure Dark Side of the Moon wasn't the first rock album...
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gratefuldead68 wrote:

First rock album ever was Dark Side of the Moon, it's been history ever since. I really dig the period from when Gilmour joined in '68 to the time Dark Side was released. If you listen to bootlegs and studio albums between Saucerful of Secrets and Dark Side, you can see the band progressing straight toward the genius that they are acclaimed for from '73 onwards. If you can get your hands on it, most fans should really dig the Live at Pompeii show they did in '72. It's a bootleg, but the sound is good and has great versions of "Echoes" and "Careful With That Axe, Eugene". You should probably be able to download it for free somewhere, just google it.


...i'm pretty sure Dark Side of the Moon wasn't the first rock album...


Yeah haha I meant first rock album I ever owned...
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gratefuldead68 wrote:


CloseToTheEdge wrote:


gratefuldead68 wrote:

First rock album ever was Dark Side of the Moon, it's been history ever since. I really dig the period from when Gilmour joined in '68 to the time Dark Side was released. If you listen to bootlegs and studio albums between Saucerful of Secrets and Dark Side, you can see the band progressing straight toward the genius that they are acclaimed for from '73 onwards. If you can get your hands on it, most fans should really dig the Live at Pompeii show they did in '72. It's a bootleg, but the sound is good and has great versions of "Echoes" and "Careful With That Axe, Eugene". You should probably be able to download it for free somewhere, just google it.


...i'm pretty sure Dark Side of the Moon wasn't the first rock album...


Yeah haha I meant first rock album I ever owned...


Oh alright then. amazing first rock album, and amazing album in general!
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Posted 3/27/10
i like some of they're songs, my dad absolutely adores them :P

and did you hear about the lawsuit they just won against they record label? They were selling the song individually on iTunes when they were meant to be listened to as a whole album so, now you can only buy the whole album off of iTunes
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I have a great love for Floyd, one of the greatest bands ever. "Dark Side of the Moon" is a great album, but so is "The Wall", "Wish You Were Here", and "Animals. I've seen them in 1994 (their last major tour), and while Roger Waters was absent at the time, it was still a great show with their song and amazing images. I've yet to see Waters solo shows, has anyone seen him live?
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