Holy shit Floyd fans, this is about to change the way you listen to “The Dark Side of the Moon” forever. If you thought “The Dark Side of the Rainbow” was cool, buckle your goddamn seat belts because we’re about to blow the dark side of your mind.
That’s right. After hundreds of listens and hours of experimentation, we’ve discovered that “The Dark Side of the Moon” syncs up perfectly with this other copy of “The Dark Side of the Moon.” Unbelievable!
Don’t buy it? Try it for yourself. Nick Mason’s bass drum heartbeats in “Speak to Me” fade in at the same time as the bass drum heartbeats in “Speak to Me.” Still skeptical? How do you explain the part when all the clocks in “Time” go off at the precise moment the clocks in the other copy go off?
If you’re still not convinced, don’t worry. You will literally shit yourself when Clare Torry’s vocals in “The Great Gig in the Sky” match up exactly with Clare Torry’s vocals in “The Great Gig in the Sky,” which is extra crazy because she supposedly improvised the whole thing!
It’s almost like “The Dark Side of the Moon” and “The Dark Side of the Moon” sync up on purpose. Almost as if they’re two sides of the same coin—like life and death, happiness and sorrow—one copy of “The Dark Side of the Moon” can’t exist without a different copy of “The Dark Side of the Moon.” This can’t be a coincidence. Pink Floyd must’ve literally planned this album around this album from the very start. Absolutely genius.
Just make sure to press play on the second copy. We can’t tell you how many times we screwed that up only to realize halfway through that we were wasting our time.
If you still have any part of your brain left after that mind-melting audio/audio experience, just wait until you see “The Wizard of Oz” played side by side with “The Wizard of Oz.”