On this day in 1973, Pink Floyd's album 'The Dark Side Of The Moon' entered the charts and stayed there for over 700 weeks. Watch a video clip of the band working on the album at Abbey Road Studios. At 7 minutes, 51 seconds, 'Us and Them' is the longest track on the album. Here's one of two spoken parts by then band roadie Roger 'The Hat' Manifold that takes place before the second of two saxophone solos:

"Well I mean, they're not gonna kill ya, so like, if you give 'em a quick sh...short, sharp shock, they don't do it again. Dig it? I mean he got off light, 'cause I coulda given 'im a thrashin' but I only hit him once. It's only the difference between right and wrong innit? I mean good manners don't cost nothing do they, eh?"

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