Saturday, April 14, 2007

The Wall/Alice in Wonderland Sync (1 h 12 min)

20 comments:

Anonymous said...

wow..... watch this trippin

Anonymous said...

im a huge pink floyd fan, and i just heard of this, it is awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

that was amazing...

Anonymous said...

I've seen this before and I think it is by far the best sync up i've seen as long as you know what is really happening in the movie. The moods and lyrics really sinc up. Far better than the wizard of oz/dark side. Dont know why it is still such a secret!

Anonymous said...

Oh man, at the end when The Trial started was the best.

Anonymous said...

i did watch this trippin and it was fucking amazing

Anonymous said...

The whole thing was good but as soon as the Cheshire cat showed up on the Queen of Hearts it got really good

Anonymous said...

this is so intense

Anonymous said...

this is so intense

Anonymous said...

This shit is intense

Anonymous said...

i've been watching for a long time. i'm glad it's still up after a couple years! i just need to buy the dvd!

Soco said...

I am a huge fan of Alice on the wall and Dark side of the rainbow THIS IS A MUST SEE TRUST ME google Dark side of nemo if you love floyd syncs like me then this is a must see.

soco7410 said...

Yes alice on the wall and Dark side of the rainbow is great i love floyd and the 2 syncs but i have come a across a new and its great google Dark side of nemo

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Anonymous said...

some of the songs overlapp. but this is cool

manel.marinho said...

hey guys, it´s amazing, but i had just one problem, even with the sync that this movie have with the musics of the cd, i do think that with the DVD it will be better..

Anonymous said...

run like hell was a pretty sick part

Anonymous said...

i think alice and darkside fit better.... just my opinion... but two albums from the same artist that sync to the same movie... pretty crazy

James "Thunderheart" Farley said...

I have a theory, and it's under submission to a Psychological journal, so I can't be too explicit about it, but it deals with time and the flow of archetypal vision.

In short, The Dark Side of the Moon syncs up well with so many films because there is an arc to the archetypal "super story", the hero's quest. Therefore, films and music albums that are formed as one contiguous piece of art should sync well in general. The research isn't complete, but there are promising results syncing "In the Court of the Crimson King" with "Mary Poppins".

Danika said...

Some songs overlap and some songs are missing and cut off, but it's still great.