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Quando nos final do anos um radialista suspeitou duma estranha de sincronicidade entre o filme o Feiticeiro de Oz e o álbum de música dos Pink Floyd, "Dark Side of the Moon", criou um mito urbano.



«1: The object hanging from the tree = The prism on the album cover of Dark Side of The Moon.
2: Dorothy balances on a fence rail while the words "Balanced on the biggest wave you race towards an early grave" are sung. Dorothy falls as the words "early grave" are sung. The tempo of the music then changes to work with the movie.
3: When the helicopter noise is heard, Dorothy looks up and pans across the sky as if there really is something going across the sky. Not only does she follow something from right to left but the audio goes from right to left as well.
4: Dorothy opens her mouth in sync with the laughter.
5: The ringing of the alarm bells in "Time" coincides perfectly with the entrance of Elvira Gulch on her bike.
6: "kicking around on a peice of ground in your home town" as Toto escapes from the basket and runs back to the farm. "Waiting for someone or something to show you the way" as Dorothy is in her room wondering what she should do, Toto comes hopping through the window to show her the way.
7: The song fits with the window crashing into Dorothy. The intensity of the song subsides with her falling asleep. The song playing during the entire tornado scene is titled "The Great Gig In The Sky"
8: The ballerinas and munchkins dance in time to the music.
9: Dorothy and the scarecrow's motions are in sync with the music.
10: "The lunatic is on the grass" as the scarecrow does a crazy dance. The song playing is titled "Brain Damage". The scarecrow sings "If I only had a brain" during that part of the movie.
11: The last song on the album concludes with the sound of a heartbeat. You hear this sound as Dorothy and the scarecrow listens for the tinman's heartbeat. *you may need to use headphones for this part.


Talvez a Dorothy seja o fruto duma longa linhagem de trips sonoras. Acredite quem quiser!



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Retiro a afirmação escrita aqui. Um disco fez-me mudar de opinião e tudo levaria a que a minha opinião fosse contrária.


É um álbum de covers... Dum disco dos Pink Floyd(é só a minha banda favorita)... Do Dark side of the moon(meu favorito e um dos clássicos mais famosos)... E não consigo parar de o ouvir!



Tenho pena de não haver ainda um video de "The Great Gig In The Sky' (featuring Peaches and Henry Rollins)". Brutal.





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Apenas porque são a banda que mais admiro.


E está tudo dito.



"One of these days
I'm going to cut you into little pieces



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"Hello, is there anybody in there? Just nod if you can hear me."




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