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Pink Floyd had been evolving and honing their craft and sound for nearly a decade by the time they released The Dark Side Of The Moon in 1973. The chord progression features combinations of chords that clash a bit. It starts with a pair of D to G7 changes and follows with E while keeping D as the bass note. This is a perfect example of an off-balance series to set the mood for a song about insanity, or at least perceived insanity.