Dark Side of the Moon

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If the Ruby Slippers Fit...

A very interesting, and not to mention colorful, album by Pink Floyd (David Gilmour, Nick Mason, Richard Wright, and Roger Waters) which seems to be oddly connected with the movie The Wizard of Oz. When both are played together (with the movie on mute of course) a change in scene or emotion in the film is complemented by a change in track or style on the album. The match is odd, yet also strangely fitting. It could either be described as one of the greatest coincidences ever to occur or the most arduous rock album production in history.

The dark side of the moon can also be defined as the part of the moon that is facing away from the Earth. Although, it isn't always dark.

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