(hennemusic) Pink Floyd's 1973 classic "The Dark Side Of The Moon" has returned to the UK Top 20 for the first time in more than a decade thanks to a series of 50th anniversary reissues
The Official Charts Company reports the profile of the newly-released reissues has helped the original album jump from 120 to 17 on the Official Albums Chart; it last appeared in the Top 20 in October of 2011.
Meanwhile, the first-ever vinyl issue of "The Dark Side Of The Moon - Live at Wembley 1974" debuts at Number 3; the recording is available both as a standalone release and as a part of the expanded 50th anniversary reissue.
With more than 50 million copies sold worldwide, Pink Floyd launched the milestone anniversary with a new deluxe box set, the 1974 live album, a book, a video animation competition and a planetarium show.
Get more details and stream the 2023 remaster of "Money" here.
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