Darkside of the Tomb is the eleventh song off Frankenstein Drag Queens From Planet 13s fith album 6 Years, 6 Feet Under the Influence. Its inspiration came from Pink Floyds song "Darkside of the Moon"


What's a ghoul to do

When he's bored and he's blue

Reach out into the dark

Grab onto the doom

On the darkside of the tomb

On the darkside of the tomb

On the darkside… of the tomb

On the darkside

Darkside of the moonEdit

The Dark Side of the Moon (titled Dark Side of the Moon in the 1993 CD edition) is a concept album by the English progressive rock band Pink Floyd. It was released on 17 March 1973 in the U.S. and 24 March 1973 in the UK.[1]

The Dark Side of the Moon builds upon previous experimentation that Pink Floyd had explored in their live shows and recordings, but without the extended instrumental excursions that, according to critic David Fricke, had become characteristic of the band after founding member Syd Barrett left in 1968. Guitarist David Gilmour, Barrett's replacement, would later refer to these instrumentals as "that psychedelic noodling stuff." Gilmour and Roger Waters, the band's bassist (and principal lyricist on Dark Side), cite 1971's Meddle as a turning point toward what would be realized on The Dark Side of the Moon. The album's themes include conflict, greed, ageing and mental illness (or "insanity"); the latter inspired in part by the deteriorating mental state of Barrett, who had been the band's principal composer and lyricist. The album is notable for its use of musique concrète and conceptual, philosophical lyrics, as found in much of Pink Floyd's other work.

The band's most successful release, The Dark Side of the Moon is often considered to be the group's defining work, and is still frequently ranked by music critics as one of the greatest and most influential albums of all time.