#6
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who is DSotM



It's an abbreviation for Dark Side of the Moon, the Pink Floyd album.
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#7
Rush's 2112 and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

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#8
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Rush's 2112 and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
That'd be freaky if it sync'd up to Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory =D
#9
Damn, there was this guy who took a bunch of albums and synced them, but I can't remember his site. >_<

edit: not the one I'm looking for, but this works...

Syncronicities
Last edited by happytimeharry at Feb 17, 2007,
#10
It does. Look on Wikipedia to see how. You don't start the movie at the beginning.

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#12
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What do you mean by albums 'syncing up'?


The music and musical direction in general sync, or fit, the movie almost perfectly. For example, a song thats acoustic and peaceful could represent a calm part of a movie, but when the track changes to a hardcore song, something eventful, like a car driving through your wall while the aforementioned peacefulness is taking place, happens.
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