Dude. Duuuude. Time to sit back, spark up, and tune in to the famous synching of Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon (1973) and The Wizard of Oz (1939), which boasts a bizarre pairing of a stoner band's seminal work and the twentieth century's first true punk-rock artist, Judy Garland. Laughing Squid brings our attention to the pairing brought to you by Brooklyn audio engineer Bryan Pugh.

This infamous syncing has been around for years and is also known as The Wizard of Floyd and The Dark Side of the Rainbow. Pink Floyd denies connection between the works but take a look, the synchronicities are sometimes eerie. It has also been performed as a live stage version by many theater groups such as Next Door Theater in Massachusetts and Fearnoart Entertainment in California.

Just in time for the start of the school year, college kids. Check it out below.

[Bryan Pugh via, Laughing Squid]