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by Bradsmith

Have you ever wondered what Dark Side of the Moon would sound like if Pink Floyd had written it for NES, instead of for a rock band?
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Have you ever wondered what Dark Side of the Moon would sound like if Pink Floyd had written it for NES, instead of for a rock band?


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Markus Melcher

Oups! Somebody dared! They had to....
Who never heard the original one, not so many! So Curiosity will perhaps lead you here. Well, this time "Dark side of the moon" is turned into cheap electro-sounds from Super-Mario early 80' games, strickly done it is close to the original depends how much you know it, I can admit a good job and parts somehow even hilarious. Unfortunately I would not hold on listen to that kind very long, because that kind of sounds are mostely making me nervous after very short time, it's just I usually love some more warm sounds in Emusic, the original EMS is still more interesting to listen than that 8bits digital machine, and that without talking of the sounds of the Pink Floyd band itself, Gilmours guitar, Waters Voice. 3 stars because I can respect a good job, but that put me quickly close to my limits. Anyway why don't you discover this revisited-masterwork by yourself! Good choice for making a sort of buzz.

Connor Rosine

A perfect interpretation.
My only complaint is that he hasn't done Echoes yet. Literally perfect 8 bit adaptation.