Return To The Dark Side of The Moon

Return to the Dark Side of the Moon is a tribute album organised by Billy Sherwood, and released in 2006 on Purple Pyramid. It is a re-creation of Pink Floyd's The Dark Side of the Moon, and a sequel to Sherwood's Back Against the Wall, itself a re-creation of Pink Floyd's The Wall. Return to the Dark Side of the Moon, in addition includes an original piece composed by Sherwood (and recorded with Tony Kaye and Robby Krieger) in the style of the original album.

The album features guests mostly from the world of progressive rock, including former Yes members Bill Bruford, Peter Banks, Geoff Downes, Rick Wakeman, Kaye and Sherwood himself.

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