Music Log 2022


It’s that time again!

Top Albums Heard So Far:

  1. Soft Winds, Dorthy Ashby (1961, YouTube)
  2. Seven Steps to Heaven (1963, Barnes & Noble), Miles Davis
  3. After All (1969, YouTube), After All
  4. Funkadelic (1970, YouTube), Funkadelic
  5. Octopus (1972, YouTube), Gentle Giant
  6. Hitchhike to Rhome (1994, Public Library), Old 97’s
  7. Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme (1966, Half Price Books) Simon & Garfunkel
  8. Farewell Andromeda (1973, Public Library), John Denver
  9. Foxtrot (1972, YouTube), Genesis
  10. Keep Your Soul Together (1973, YouTube), Freddie Hubbard
  11. High-Flying (1976, YouTube), Hiromasa Suzuki
  12. Whirlwind (1977, YouTube), Spin
  13. The Rick and Morty Soundtrack (2018, Barnes & Noble), Multiple Artists
  14. Desolation Angels (1979, Public Library), Bad Company
  15. Californication (1999, Public Library), Red Hot Chili Peppers
  16. Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can’t We? (1993, Public Library), The Cranberries

January:

  1. True: Avicii by Avicii, Avicii (2014, Public Library)-5.5
  2. The Sound Of The Life Of The Mind, Ben Folds Five (2012, Public Library)-9.0
  3. Electriclarryland, Butthole Surfers (1996, Public Library)-7.0
  4. No Jacket Required, Phil Collins (1984/2016 re-release extra edition, Public Library-9.5
  5. Bottle It In, Kurt Vile (2018, Public Library)-9.5
  6. Filoxiny, Skinshape (2018, YouTube)-9.5
  7. Night Drive, Timecop1983 (2018, YouTube)-9.0
  8. VHS, CASTLEBEAT (2018, YouTube)-9.0
  9. Closer To Grey, Chromatics (2019, YouTube)-8.5
  10. Dawn FM (2022, YouTube), The Weeknd-9.5
  11. Mild Orange, Mild Orange (2020, YouTube)-9.5
  12. Jam Session, Charlie Parker (1952, YouTube)-9.0
  13. Miles Davis Meets Thelonious Monk, Miles Davis and the Modern Jazz Giants (1954, YouTube)-9.5
  14. Dorthy Ashby in a Minor Groove (1958, YouTube), Dorthy Ashby-9.0
  15. My Favorite Things (1961, YouTube), John Coltrane-9.0

February:

  1. (16) Soft Winds, Dorthy Ashby (1961, YouTube)-10.0
  2. (17) Dreams, Gabor Szabo (1968, YouTube)-9.0
  3. (18) Seven Steps to Heaven (1963, Barnes & Noble), Miles Davis-10.0
  4. (19) Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M. (1964, Barnes & Noble), Simon & Garfunkel-9.0
  5. (20) Rocky Mountain High (1972, Barnes & Noble), John Denver-9.5
  6. (21) After All (1969, YouTube), After All-10.0
  7. (22) Afreaka! (1970, YouTube), Demon Fuzz-9.0
  8. (23) Atom Heart Mother (1970, YouTube), Pink Floyd-9.5
  9. (24) Funkadelic (1970, YouTube), Funkadelic-10.0
  10. (25) Paesaggi (1971, YouTube), Piero Umiliani-9.5
  11. (26) Halcyon Days (2013, Public Library), Ellie Goulding-8.5

March:

  1. (27) Dreams of Impossibilities (1972, YouTube), Warm Dust-9.0
  2. (28) Ethiopian Knights (1972, YouTube), Donald Byrd-7.0.
  3. (29) Octopus (1972, YouTube), Gentle Giant-10.0
  4. (30) Natural Affair (2019, Public Library), The Growlers-7.5
  5. (31) When You See Yourself (2021, Public Library), Kings of Leon-6.5
  6. (32) Hitchhike to Rhome (1994, Public Library), Old 97’s-10.0
  7. (33) Green Balloon (2019, Public Library), Tank and the Bangas-9.0
  8. (34) Paradise (2016, Public Library), White Lung-8.0
  9. (35) Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme (1966, Half Price Books) Simon & Garfunkel-10.0
  10. (36) No Need to Argue (1994, Public Library), The Cranberries-9.0
  11. (37) Farewell Andromeda (1973, Public Library), John Denver-10.0
  12. (38) Talking Dreams (2013, Public Library), Echosmith-8.0

April:

  1. (39) Emerson, Lake & Palmer (1970, Public Library), Emerson, Lake & Palmer-7.5
  2. (40) Sob Rock (2021, Public Library), John Mayer-8.5
  3. (41) Foxtrot (1972, YouTube), Genesis-10.0
  4. (42) Taylor Swift (2006, Public Library), Taylor Swift-9.0
  5. (43) The Tractors (1994, Public Library), The Tractors-6.5
  6. (44) Mind over Matter (2014, Public Library), Young the Giant-9.0
  7. (45) Keep Your Soul Together (1973, YouTube), Freddie Hubbard-10.0
  8. (46) Thrust (1974, YouTube), Herbie Hancock-9.5
  9. (47) Alleycat (1975, YouTube), Nucleus-8.5
  10. (48) High-Flying (1976, YouTube), Hiromasa Suzuki-10.0
  11. (49) Juice (1976, YouTube), Ryo Kawasaki-9.5
  12. (50) Tattoo You (1981, Public Library), The Rolling Stones-9.5
  13. (51) Walk The Moon (2012, Public Library), Walk The Moon-3.0
  14. (52) Pacific Daydream (2017, Public Library), Weezer-7.5

May:

  1. (53) Yardbirds ’68 (1968, Public Library), The Yardbirds-8.0
  2. (54) Pharaoh (1977, YouTube), Pharoah Sanders-9.0
  3. (55) Whirlwind (1977, YouTube), Spin-10.0
  4. (56) Everything Is Wrong (1995, Half-Price Books), Moby-9.0
  5. (57) Live At Reeding (2009/1992, Half-Price Books), Nirvana-9.5
  6. (58) Kimono My House (1974, YouTube), Sparks-9.5
  7. (59) Suicide (1977, YouTube), Suicide-9.5
  8. (60) We’re Only In It For The Money (1968, Public Library), Frank Zappa-7.5
  9. (61) Dropout Boogie (2022, Target), The Black Keys-9.5
  10. (62) The Pavillion of Dreams (1978, YouTube), Harold Budd/Brian Eno
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Musical Madness: A Favorites Albums List


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Favorite Albums in Some Order (list artists only once, no soundtracks or bests of allowed)

  1. Dark Side of the Moon, Pink Floyd (70s, prog rock)
  2. Blood On The Tracks, Bob Dylan (70s, folk rock)
  3. Unknown Pleasures, Joy Division (70s, post punk)
  4. Led Zeppelin III, Led Zeppelin (70s, metal/hard rock)
  5. In Utero, Nirvana (90s, grunge)
  6. Straight Out of Compton, NWA (80s, rap)
  7. At Folsom Prison, Johnny Cash (60s, country)
  8. War, U2 (80s, alternative rock)
  9. We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank, Modest Mouse (2000s, alternative rock)
  10. Sticky Fingers, The Rolling Stones (70s, hard rock)Image result for Dark Side of the Moon Pink Floyd gif
  11. Making Movies, Dire Straits (80s, country rock)
  12. Parachutes, Coldplay (2000s, alternative rock)
  13. Born To Die, Lana Del Rey (2000s, pop rock)
  14. We Have the Facts and We’re Voting Yes, Death Cab For Cutie (2000s, alternative rock)
  15. In Rainbows, Radiohead (2000s, alternative rock)
  16. My Dark Twisted Fantasy, Kayne West (2000s, rap)
  17. Loveless, My Bloody Valentine (90s, alternative rock)
  18. Autoamerican, Blondie (80s, pop rock)
  19. Magical Mystery Tour, The Beatles (60s, psychedelic rock)
  20. The Woods, Sleater-Kinney (2000s, alternative rock)
  21. Axis: Bold As Love, The Jimi Hendrix Experience (60s, psychedelic rock)Image result for Making Movies Dire Straits gif
  22. Hunky Dory, David Bowie (70s, glam rock)
  23. Invisible Touch, Genesis (80s, alternative rock)
  24. Murmur, R.E.M. (80s, alternative rock)
  25. Turn On the Bright Lights, Interpol (2000s, alternative rock)
  26. Ghost in the Machine, The Police (80s, pop rock)
  27. Saturdays=Youth, M83 (2000s, electronica)
  28. Excitable Boy, Warren Zevon (70s, pop rock)
  29. Damn The Torpedoes, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers (70s, hard rock)
  30. No More Stories Are Told Today, I’m Sorry They Washed Away // No More Stories, The World Is Grey, I’m Tired, Let’s Wash Away, Mew (2000s, pop electronica rock)
  31. Who’s Next, The Who (70s, hard rock)Image result for Hunky Dory David Bowie gif
  32. (What’s the Story) Morning Glory, Oasis (90s, alternative rock)
  33. In Pieces, Garth Brooks (90s, country)
  34. Rumors, Fleetwood Mac (70s, pop rock)
  35. The Chronic, Dr. Dre (90s, rap)
  36. Nebraska, Bruce Springsteen (80s, folk rock)
  37. License to Ill, The Beastie Boys (80s, rap rock)
  38. The Battle of Los Angeles, Rage Against the Machine (90s, rap rock)
  39. Pure Heroine, Lorde (2000s, pop)
  40. This Time, Dwight Yoakam (90s, country)
  41. More Songs About Buildings and Food, The Talking Heads (70s, pop rock)Image result for What's The Story Morning Glory Oasis Gif
  42. The Surbubs, Arcade Fire (2000s, alternative rock)
  43. Sandinista, The Clash (70s, punk)
  44. Moving Pictures, Rush (80s, prog rock)
  45. Welcome Interstate Managers, Fountains of Wayne (2000s, pop rock)
  46. The Hurting, Tears For Fear (80s, New Wave)
  47. Magic Potion, The Black Keys (2000s, blues rock)
  48. The Unauthorized Biography of Reinhold Messner, Ben Folds Five (2000s, pop rock)
  49. Plastic Beach, Gorillaz (2000s, rap rock)
  50. Sports, Huey Lewis and the News (80s, pop rock)
  51. Sam’s Town, The Killers (2000s, alternative rock)Image result for The Suburbs Arcade Fire Gif
  52. Never Mind the Bollocks, Here’s the Sex Pistols, Sex Pistols (70s, punk)
  53. Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots, The Flaming Lips (2000s, electronica rock)
  54. Zuma, Neil Young and Crazy Horse (70s, folk rock)
  55. Thriller, Michael Jackson (80s, pop rock)
  56. Violator, Depeche Mode (80s, alternative rock)
  57. Omni, Minus The Bear (2000s, alternative rock)
  58. Chutes Too Narrow, The Shins (2000s, pop rock)
  59. Shields, Grizzly Bear (2000s, alternative rock)
  60. Kind of Blue, Miles Davis (50s, jazz)
  61. Daydream Nation, Sonic Youth (80s, alternative rock)Image result for Never Mind The Bollocks Here Comes The Sex Pistols Sex Pistols Gif
  62. Armchair Apocrypha, Andrew Bird (2000s, folk rock)
  63. Loaded, The Velvet Underground (70s, hard rock)
  64. Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness, The Smashing Pumpkins (90s, alternative rock)
  65. Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, Wilco (2000s, folk rock)
  66. Secret Diary, College (2000s, electronica)
  67. Boxer, The National (2000s, pop rock)
  68. In The Aeroplane Over The Sea, Neutral Milk Hotel (90s, pop rock)
  69. Oracular Spectacular, MGMT (2000s, electronica rock)
  70. Sound of Silver, LCD Soundsystem (2000s, electronica rock)
  71. Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo!, Devo (70s, post punk)Image result for Armchair Apocrypha Andrew Bird Gif
  72. Power, Corruption & Lies, New Order (80s, New Wave)
  73. 4 X 4=12, deadmau5 (2000s, electronica)
  74. Discovery, Daft Punk (2000s, electronica)
  75. Moondance, Van Morrison (70s, rock)
  76. 18, Moby (2000s, electronica)
  77. Toys in the Attic, Aerosmith (70s, hard rock)
  78. Manners, Passion Pit (2000s, electronica pop)
  79. Blink-182, Blink-182 (2000s, alternative rock)
  80. Under The Iron Sea, Keane (2000s, rock)
  81. Dead Can Dance, Dead Can Dance (80s, post punk)Image result for Power Corruption and Lies New Order gif
  82. Paranoid, Black Sabbath (70s, heavy metal)
  83. Night Moves, Bob Seager and the Silver Bullet Band (70s, hard rock)
  84. For Emma, Forever Ago, Bon Iver (2000s, folk)
  85. Fragile, Yes (70s, prog rock)
  86. Dizzy Up The Girl, Goo Goo Dolls (90s, alternative rock)
  87. Broken Bells, Broken Bells (2000s, electronica pop rock)
  88. Vampire Weekend, Vampire Weekend (2000s, alternative rock)
  89. Give Up, The Postal Service (2000s, electronica rock pop)
  90. Odelay, Beck (90s, alternative rock)
  91. Songs For the Deaf, Queens of the Stone Age (2000s, heavy metal)Image result for Paranoid Black Sabbath gif
  92. Illinois, Surjan Stevens (2000s, pop folk)
  93. A Blessing and a Curse, Drive By Truckers (2000s, country rock)
  94. Kill ‘Em All, Metallica (80s, heavy metal)
  95. Days of Future Passed, The Moody Blues (60s, psychedelic rock)
  96. Fleet Foxes, Fleet Foxes (2000s, folk)
  97. Z, My Morning Jacket (2000s, alternative rock)
  98. To Bring You My Love, PJ Harvey (90s, alternative rock)
  99. You Forgot It in People, Broken Social Scene (2000s, alternative rock)
  100. Transference, Spoon (2000s, alternative rock

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Music Log 2016


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Okay let’s try this again. And I’m not bothering with months or anything. Just a straight list. Out of 10 score for all discs.

Top 10 Albums Of The Year:

1. In The Aeroplane Over The Sea, Neutral Milk Hotel-10.0
2. Tusk, Fleetwood Mac-10.0
3. Moondance, Van Morrison-10.0
4. Horses, Patti Smith-10.0
5. Fear Of A Black Planet, Public Enemy-10.0
6. Sandinista!, The Clash-10.0
7. The Wall, Pink Floyd-10.0
8. Quadrophenia, The Who-10.0
9. “Heroes”, David Bowie-9.5
10. Secret Diary, College-9.5

1. The Hurting, Tears For Fears-9.0
2. Secret Diary, College-9.5
3. The Cars, The Cars-9.0
4. Elvis Costello: The First Ten Years, Elvis Costello-9.5
5. Four, Bloc Party-5.5
6. El Pintor, Interpol-8.5
7. Vitalogy, Pearl Jam-8.0
8.  Emotional Rescue , The Rolling Stones-7.0
9. Neck of the Woods, Silversun Pickups-8.0
10. Tunnel of Love, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band-9.0
11. Next Day, David Bowie-8.5
12. Boxer, The National-9.5
13. In The Aeroplane Over The Sea, Neutral Milk Hotel-10.0
14. The Voyager, Jenny Lewis-9.0
15. Sandinista!, The Clash-10.0

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16. Beggar’s Banquet, The Rolling Stones-9.0
17. Aladdin Sane, David Bowie-9.0
18. Young Americans, David Bowie-7.5
19. “Heroes”, David Bowie-9.5
20. Lodger, David Bowie-9.0
21. Kintsugi, Death Cab For Cutie-7.5
22. Centipede Hz, Animal Collective-4.0
23. Underneath the Rainbow, Black Lips-7.5
24. Low, David Bowie-9.0
25. Tusk, Fleetwood Mac-10.0
26. Especially For You, The Smithereens-9.5
27. Tell Me I’m Pretty, Cage The Elephant-7.5
28. Lungs, Florence + The Machine-8.0
29. Pablo Honey, Radiohead –7.0
30. Apartment Life, Ivy –9.0

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31. Young & Old, Tennis –7.5
32. Human Performance, Parquet Courts –9.0
33. Abacab, Genesis –8.5
34. Brothers In Arms, Dire Straights –9.0
35. Yours, Dreamily,, The Arcs –8.0
36. Pioneers Who Got Scalped , Devo –9.5
37. Yeezus, Kayne West-9.0
38. Outlandos d’Amour, The Police-9.5
39. The Sound of The Smiths, The Smiths-9.0
40. The Mouse and the Mask, Danger Doom-9.5
41. Heartthrob, Tegan and Sara-8.0
42. Thank Your Lucky Stars , Beach House-9.0
43. Quadrophenia, The Who-10.0
44. This Is All Yours, Alt-J-8.5
45. Nashville Skyline, Bob Dylan-9.5

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46. Human After All, Daft Punk-9.0
47. Untitled Unmastered, Kendrick Lamar-9.0
48. Fear Of A Black Planet, Public Enemy-10.0
49. Education, Education, Education & War, Kaiser Chiefs-6.5
50. Let England Shake, PJ Harvey-7.0
51. Random Access Memories, Daft Punk-8.0
52. Gossamer, Passion Pit-8.0
53. Midnight Sun, Ghost of a Sabertooth Tiger-8.0
54. Sunbathing Animal, Parquet Courts-8.5
55. Siamese Dream, Smashing Pumpkins-9.5
56. Toys In The Attic, Aerosmith-9.5
57. Violator, Depeche Mode-9.5
58. New Morning, Bob Dylan-9.0
59. Vacation, The Go-Gos-8.0
60. Paul’s Boutique, The Beastie Boys-9.0

61. Pretty Hate Machine, Nine Inch Nails-9.0
62. Moondance, Van Morrison-10.0
63. The 1975, The 1975-9.0
64. I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful yet So Unaware of It, The 1975-7.5
65. Between The Buttons, The Rolling Stones-8.0
66. Marry Me, St. Vincent-8.5
67. A Quick One, The Who-8.5
68. White Light/White Heat, The Velvet Underground-9.5
69. Controversy, Prince-9.5
70. Blood Sugar Sex Magik, Red Hot Chili Peppers-8.0
71. Hands of Glory, Andrew Bird-7.0
72. The Pretender, Jackson Browne-9.0
73. Destroyed, Moby-9.0
74. The River, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band-9.0
75. Lazaretto, Jack White-8.5

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76. Ocean Rain, Echo & the Bunnymen-9.0
77. Fleetwood Mac, Fleetwood Mac-9.5
78. Surrealistic Pillow, Jefferson Airplane-9.0
79. Heart Shaped World, Chris Isaak-9.5
80. So, Peter Gabriel-9.0
81. Hello Nasty, Beastie Boys-8.0
82. Horses, Patti Smith-10.0
83. Comedown Machine, The Strokes-6.5
84. L.A. Woman, The Doors-9.0
85. Speaking In Tongues, The Talking Heads-8.5
86. To Pimp A Butterfly, Kendrick Lamar-9.5
87. Texas Flood, Stevie Ray Vaughn and Double Trouble-9.0
88. My Dark Twisted Fantasy, Kayne West-9.5
89. Takk, Sigur Ros-9.0
90. Strange Days, The Doors-9.0

91. A Moon Shaped Pool, Radiohead-9.5
92. Stars: The Best of The Cranberries 1992-2002, The Cranberries-9.0
93. Dead Can Dance, Dead Can Dance-8.5
94. Tragic Kingdom, No Doubt-7.5
95. Strangers To Ourselves, Modest Mouse-7.0
96. Room For Squares, John Mayer-8.5
97. Sunflower, The Beach Boys-6.0
98. Motion, Calvin Harris-8.5
99. Catch a Fire, Bob Marley and the Wailers-9.5
100. Dirty Mind, Prince-9.0
101. The Wall, Pink Floyd-10.0

Horrorfest 2015 Presents: Disturbing Behavior (1998, David Nutter)


Something is very wrong at Cradle Bay,  small town in Washington. The children are slowly turning into boring androids and anyone who opposes them and their handler, Dr. Caldicott (Bruce Greenwood) is changed over night. What is happening only a few people realize in the 1998 cult film Disturbing Behavior. The late 1990s had some decent and solid sci-fi/horror movies, and this is one of them despite it’s limitations.

The film has a great young cast: James Marsden, Nick Stahl, Katie Holmes and Katharine Isabelle. Also starring is cult movie veteran William Saddler as the famous cliche character: the old man who really knows what is going on. Even though the movie fails to really channel the better films it’s homaging it’s still an entertaining and watchable film. Also I laughed at the ending, and I can appreciate any movie with a Pink Floyd reference.

MadMan’s Favorite Albums Presents: The Dark Side of the Moon (Pink Floyd, 1973)


After some thought, I’ve decided to cover my all time favorite albums. Starting with my current all time favorite: Pink Floyd’s legendary The Dark Side of the Moon, released in 1973. It quickly became one of the albums of the decade, and feature’s the bands notable psychedelic rock and roll infused sound. Furthermore this is a concept album featured mostly around death and fear of dying, the end of one’s life and the passing of time. In addition to metal illness, a theme that popped up in many of the band’s works. Plus that famous album cover, which has a picture of prism recombining the spectrum of light with the colors red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple being featured.

Pink Floyd’s classic opens with “Speak To Me,” a track that begins with the sounds of madness and possibly torture followed by a really depressing sound, as the song deals with failing to escape and becoming something more as time quickly and rapidly proceeds and death follows on the wind. “Breathe,” which has a reprise at the end of “Time,” notes religion and aging together, and is showcased after “Time” because the track fits more with “Time” than it does with “Speak to Me,” even though on my copy it lists the two tracks as “Speak To Me/Breathe” anyways.

“On The Run” is the next track, and it does not have any vocals or lyrics, existing instead as a weird piece that according to the band deals with fear of travel. Its my least favorite part of the album, and yet there’s something about it that keeps me listening to it each time I go through the album. I can’t quit explain my feelings on “On The Run,” although I’ve grown to appreciate the song more.

After “On The Run” the album dives into one of its biggest hits: “Time,” which opens with sounds of clocks and has the eerie famous lyrics “No one told you when to run/You missed the starting gun.” Too bad this song has been overplayed a lot on classic radio over the years, because that fact almost clouds its greatness. “The Great Gig In The Sky” is an excellent follow up, a mediation upon death and dying, with Clare Torry’s magnificent pipes on display. Its a rather fatalistic song, and I love the working in of the following quote, as spoken: “And I am not frightened of dying. Any time will do, I don’t mind. Why should I be frightened of dying? There’s no reason for it – you’ve got to go sometime.”— Gerry O’Driscoll, Abbey Road Studios janitorial “browncoat,” which is followed by the response of “I never said I was frightened of dying,”— Patricia ‘Puddie’ Watts, wife of road manager Peter Watts. Oddly enough “The Great Gig In The Sky” then is followed by “Money,” which is more about materialistic greed and attempts at gaining as much wealth as possible. Rather different from death and dying, although maybe the desire for meaningless “stuff” that one could gain with money fits in well with the album’s conveying of letting time slip by and not achieving one’s full potential.

The following track after “Money” is the classic anti-war track “Us And Them,” which sports a fantastic saxophone performance by Dick Parry-one of my favorite uses of horn in any song, be it classic or modern. Naturally death by war is discussed, and I love the following lyrics: “Listen son, said the man with the gun/ There’s room for you inside,” which makes me wonder about the soldiers who fight wars waged by nations. There is something depressing about how men are sacrificed for silly things such as land ownership, natural resources, and or such foolish ideals as national pride. I’ve always felt the song covered World War I for some reason, although the band never said that or implied it was about any particular war to my knowledge. The 8th track, “Any Colour You Like” is another instrumental song, one that I’m a big fan of due to its synthesizer driven sound-I’ve featured it and many other songs off the album on CD mixes due to their high levels of repeatability and because some of them are actually good driving music, funny enough.

The last two tracks on the album are always played together on the radio for an obvious reason: they go well together. “Brain Damage” fits its title particularly well, existing as a nightmarish descent into insanity and madness while also featuring a lyric referencing the album’s title. “Eclipse” is fittingly epic while also being quite strange, and acting as a sort of coda to “Brain Damage.” Thus closing out the album with faint echoes and a rather quiet fadeout-going out with silence instead of a bang, something that I’ve always liked about Dark Side of the Moon. The album was one of the band’s biggest successes, and its my favorite album partly because it was the first one I ever bought.

Incidentally though it’s also my all time favorite due to being so engaging, causing the listener to try and sort out the album’s meanings and what the band was trying to say, although granted Pink Floyd’s members have commented on many of the song’s themes since its release. Oh and I remember the entire track listing by heart, although that’s rather easy since there are only ten songs. While I don’t think this is the band’s best effort, its certainly a monumental achievement, one that still remains popular to this day.

Favorite Song: “Us And Them”

Worst Song: “On The Run”

Best Song: “Time”

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