See Pink Floyd's 'Dark Side of the Moon' and 'Wizard of Oz' Together
It's been a point of contention for years and college students seem to be the only ones who get the opportunity, or have the drugs and patience, to prove it. There's been word for years that if you play the Pink Floyd album Dark Side of the Moon and the 1939 classic The Wizard of Oz, there's a case to be made that the music syncs perfectly with the film, almost as if it's an alternate score. It's been called The Dark Side of Oz or The Dark Side of the Rainbow, and while there are certainly moments of synchronicity, this just seems to be the product of drug addled teenagers. But now you can watch it below!
Here is The Dark Side of Oz which made its way on YouTube (via Vulture) - now removed, sorry!:
Wikipedia says: In August 1995, the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette published the first mainstream media article about the "synchronicity", citing the Usenet discussion group. Soon afterward, several fans began creating websites in which they touted the experience and tried to comprehensively catalogue the corresponding moments. A second wave of awareness began in April 1997 when Boston radio DJ George Taylor Morris discussed Dark Side of the Rainbow on the air, leading to further mainstream media articles and a segment on MTV news. There are several ways to sync it up, and you can read more on this here. Otherwise, enjoy the classic rock and cinematic magic, maybe with another sort of enhancement. Cool?