It is 46 years old and seemingly as popular as ever.

Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon remains one of the most popular vinyl records of all time and yet again has moved up the charts.

In this week's vinyl album top 40 chart the Floyd classic has moved back up the charts to number five beating all ends up classic albums by The Beatles and The Rolling Stones.

The guitarist and vocalist David Gilmour, based in Hove, has every reason to celebrate along with his wife, the renowned author and lyricist, Polly Samson, as what is arguably Floyd's greatest album continues to sell thousands of copies week by week.

Gilmour and his wife are currently building a multi-million pound house on Hove seafront. Yet it seems that Floyd's arguably greatest album continues to be regarded as one of the greatest albums of all time.

Who would have thought that after all these years since 1973 this will still be regarded as a record that people across the generations would still regard as one of the greatest records that has ever been made.

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