Flaming Lips’ cover of Pink Floyd’s ‘Dark Side of The Moon’ released digitally

Cover version features cameos from Henry Rollins and Peaches

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The Flaming Lips have released their cover of Pink Floyd‘s 1973 album ‘Dark Side Of The Moon’ as a digital download.

The album is available to download from iTunes from today (December 22), and features guest appearances from Henry Rollins and Peaches. It goes on general digital release on December 29.

The tracklisting, including guests, of The Flaming Lips‘ cover version of ‘Dark Side Of The Moon’ is:

‘Speak To Me’/’Breathe’ (featuring Henry Rollins and Peaches)
‘On The Run’ (featuring Henry Rollins)
‘Time’/’Breathe Reprise’
‘The Great Gig In The Sky’ (featuring Peaches and Henry Rollins)
‘Money’ (featuring Henry Rollins)
‘Us And Them’ (featuring Henry Rollins)
‘Any Colour You Like’
‘Brain Damage’ (featuring Henry Rollins)
‘Eclipse’ (featuring Henry Rollins)

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