Best known for their songs Another Brick in the Wall, Wish You Were Here and Comfortably Numb, Pink Floyd is one of the most iconic rock bands to grace the 60’s and 70’s. Famed for their concerts’ multi-colored laser lights, massive sound and home rolled blunts being passed around. Aficionados flock from all the corners of the earth to watch them play.
When Pink Floyd released their Pulse album in 1995, analytical minds were forced to figure out the meaning behind blinking light and the icons that made up the outer packaging. Little did they know that this was going to lead to a world of unparalleled awesomeness, Pink Floyd tracks and movies they supposedly sync to. So get ready to be blown away with a list of 7 of Pink Floyd’s best movie syncs.
Dark Side of the Moon with The Wizard of Oz
This is the one that started it all. Otherwise known as Dark Side of Oz, this is the most well-known movie sync to date. It was also the answer to the puzzle that was the Pulse album. For those who didn’t have the pleasure of downloading Dark Side of the Rainbow already synced for their perusal, directions were simple. Start the album on the third roar of the MGM lion, and get ready to be blown away. Even without the enhancement of weed or LSD, this is a sure head trip to say the least.