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* "The Great Gig in the Sky". Their goal was to create a track that simulates the feeling of dying -- [[TearJerker they did]].

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* "The Great Gig in the Sky". Their goal was to create a track that simulates the feeling of dying -- [[TearJerker they did]].succeeded]].


* There's an urban legend that the album was meticulously designed to serve as the unofficial score to ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'', with many of the lyrics reflecting the goings-on of the movie when synced properly. The band has [[WordOfGod denied this]] time and time again, but actually playing ''Darkside'' over the muted movie, whether it produces the intended results or not, arguably creates a creepy [[SoundtrackDissonance soundtrack dissonance]], juxtaposing the album's bleak subject matter against the film's colorful and innocent visuals.

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* There's an urban legend that the album was meticulously designed to serve as the unofficial score to ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'', with many of the lyrics reflecting the goings-on of the movie when synced properly. The band has [[WordOfGod denied this]] time and time again, repeatedly, but actually playing ''Darkside'' ''Dark Side'' over the muted movie, whether it produces the intended results or not, arguably creates a creepy [[SoundtrackDissonance soundtrack dissonance]], juxtaposing the album's bleak subject matter against the film's colorful and innocent visuals.


* There's an urban legend that the album was meticulously designed to serve as the unofficial score to ''[[Film/TheWizardOfOz the Wizard of Oz]]'', with many of the lyrics reflecting the goings-on of the movie when synced properly. The band has [[WordOfGod denied this]] time and time again, but actually playing ''Darkside'' over the muted movie, whether it produces the intended results or not, arguably creates a creepy [[SoundtrackDissonance soundtrack dissonance]], juxtaposing the album's bleak subject matter against the film's colorful and innocent visuals.

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* There's an urban legend that the album was meticulously designed to serve as the unofficial score to ''[[Film/TheWizardOfOz the Wizard of Oz]]'', ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'', with many of the lyrics reflecting the goings-on of the movie when synced properly. The band has [[WordOfGod denied this]] time and time again, but actually playing ''Darkside'' over the muted movie, whether it produces the intended results or not, arguably creates a creepy [[SoundtrackDissonance soundtrack dissonance]], juxtaposing the album's bleak subject matter against the film's colorful and innocent visuals.


* There's an urban legend that the album was meticulously designed to serve as the unofficial score to [[Film/TheWizardOfOz]], with many of the lyrics reflecting the goings-on of the movie when synced properly. The band has [[WordOfGod denied this]] time and time again, but actually playing ''Darkside'' over the muted movie, whether it produces the intended results or not, arguably creates a creepy [[SoundtrackDissonance soundtrack dissonance]], juxtaposing the album's bleak subject matter against the film's colorful and innocent visuals.

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* There's an urban legend that the album was meticulously designed to serve as the unofficial score to [[Film/TheWizardOfOz]], ''[[Film/TheWizardOfOz the Wizard of Oz]]'', with many of the lyrics reflecting the goings-on of the movie when synced properly. The band has [[WordOfGod denied this]] time and time again, but actually playing ''Darkside'' over the muted movie, whether it produces the intended results or not, arguably creates a creepy [[SoundtrackDissonance soundtrack dissonance]], juxtaposing the album's bleak subject matter against the film's colorful and innocent visuals.


* There's an urban legend that the album was meticulously designed to serve as the unofficial score to [[Film/TheWizardOfOz]], with many of the lyrics reflecting the goings-on of the movie when synced properly. The band has [[WordOfGod denied this]] time and time again, but actually playing ''Darkside'' over the muted movie, whether it produces the intended results or not, arguably creates a creepy [[SoundtrackDissonance]], juxtaposing the album's bleak subject matter against the film's colorful and innocent visuals.

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* There's an urban legend that the album was meticulously designed to serve as the unofficial score to [[Film/TheWizardOfOz]], with many of the lyrics reflecting the goings-on of the movie when synced properly. The band has [[WordOfGod denied this]] time and time again, but actually playing ''Darkside'' over the muted movie, whether it produces the intended results or not, arguably creates a creepy [[SoundtrackDissonance]], [[SoundtrackDissonance soundtrack dissonance]], juxtaposing the album's bleak subject matter against the film's colorful and innocent visuals.

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* There's an urban legend that the album was meticulously designed to serve as the unofficial score to [[Film/TheWizardOfOz]], with many of the lyrics reflecting the goings-on of the movie when synced properly. The band has [[WordOfGod denied this]] time and time again, but actually playing ''Darkside'' over the muted movie, whether it produces the intended results or not, arguably creates a creepy [[SoundtrackDissonance]], juxtaposing the album's bleak subject matter against the film's colorful and innocent visuals.


* "The Great Gig in the Sky". Their goal was to create a track that simulates the feeling of dying--[[TearJerker and they did]].

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* "The Great Gig in the Sky". Their goal was to create a track that simulates the feeling of dying--[[TearJerker and dying -- [[TearJerker they did]].


Considering the whole album is about stuff that can drive you insane, it's no surprise that it has plenty of NightmareFuel.

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Considering [[Music/TheDarkSideOfTheMoon the whole album album]] is about stuff that can drive you insane, it's no surprise that it has plenty of NightmareFuel.


-->'''Chris Adamson''': [[HearingVoices I've been mad for fucking years, absolutely years. I've been over the edge for yonks. Been working with bands so long, I think. Crikey...]]\\

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-->'''Chris Adamson''': [[HearingVoices I've been mad for fucking years, absolutely years. I've been over the edge for yonks. Been working with bands so long, I think. Crikey...went crazy.]]\\


* The opening. Everything is silent... And then we here a heartbeat, a ticking clock, a cash register, some [[LaughingMad maniacal laughter]], and a few voices out of nowhere...

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* The opening. Everything is silent... And then we here "Speak to Me" serves as a fitting overture, with its juxtaposition of a heartbeat, a ticking clock, a cash register, some [[LaughingMad maniacal laughter]], and a few voices out of nowhere...some unsettling SpokenWordInMusic.



** While the interlocking sounds of "Speak to Me" lie within the bounds of ParanoiaFuel, the segment becomes pure NightmareFuel right at its end when a sample of Clare Torry's screams from "The Great Gig in the Sky" enters the mix.

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** While the interlocking sounds of "Speak to Me" lie within the bounds of ParanoiaFuel, the segment becomes pure NightmareFuel right at its end when it gets truly scary [[LastNoteNightmare as it ends]], with a sample of Clare Torry's screams from "The Great Gig in the Sky" enters the mix.Sky".



* "Time" may sound like an upbeat track at first, but listen closely to the lyrics and you'll realize that it is actually about [[AdultFear how life seems to go by faster as you get older]]. Relative to this theme of time sneaking up on you, the first half a minute also features softly ticking clocks that give way to a loud alarm clock [[JumpScare that can catch first-time listeners off-guard.]]
--> ''The sun is the same in a relative way, but you're older.\\
Shorter of breath, and one day closer to death.''
* "The Great Gig in the Sky". Their goal was to create a track that simulates the feeling of dying. Let's just say they succeeded. [[TearJerker It's also rather sorrowful,]] [[HarsherInHindsight especially after its composer went there.]]

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* "Time" may sound like an upbeat track at first, but listen closely to [[LyricalDissonance the lyrics and you'll realize that it is actually about lyrics]] note [[AdultFear how life seems to go by faster as you get older]]. Relative to this theme of time sneaking up on you, the first half a minute also features softly ticking clocks that give way to a loud alarm clock [[JumpScare that can catch first-time listeners off-guard.]]
--> ''The sun is the same in a relative way, but you're older.\\
older\\
Shorter of breath, and one day closer to death.''
death''
* "The Great Gig in the Sky". Their goal was to create a track that simulates the feeling of dying. Let's just say dying--[[TearJerker and they succeeded. [[TearJerker It's also rather sorrowful,]] [[HarsherInHindsight especially after its composer went there.]]did]].



* "Brain Damage", ''especially'' this part. Good grief.
-->''The lunatic is in my head. The lunatic is in my head.\\
[[SanitySlippageSong You raise the blade, you make the change. You re-arrange me 'til I'm sane.]]\\
You lock the door, and throw away the key.\\
[[SplitPersonalityTakeover There's someone in my head, but it's not me.]]''

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* "Brain Damage", ''especially'' this part. Good grief.
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-->''The lunatic is in my head. head\\
[[MadnessMantra
The lunatic is in my head.\\
head]]\\
[[SanitySlippageSong You raise the blade, you make the change. change]]\\
You re-arrange me 'til I'm sane.]]\\
sane\\
You lock the door, and throw away the key.\\
key\\
[[SplitPersonalityTakeover There's someone in my head, but it's not me.]]''me]]''


[[SplitPersonalityTakeover There's someone in my head, but its not me.]]''

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[[SplitPersonalityTakeover There's someone in my head, but its it's not me.]]''


* "On the Run" is almost ''otherworldly'', what with the high-tempo synthesizer-based music, helicopter noises, and echoed laughter that borders on EvilLaugh territory.

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* "On the Run" is almost ''otherworldly'', what with the high-tempo synthesizer-based music, synthesizer sound, helicopter noises, and echoed laughter that borders on EvilLaugh territory.


* "On the Run" is incredibly creepy, with its droning melody, helicopter noises, and echoed laughter that borders on EvilLaugh territory.

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* "On the Run" is incredibly creepy, almost ''otherworldly'', what with its droning melody, the high-tempo synthesizer-based music, helicopter noises, and echoed laughter that borders on EvilLaugh territory.


Considering the whole album is about stuff that can drive you insane, it's no surprise that it contains plenty of NightmareFuel.

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Considering the whole album is about stuff that can drive you insane, it's no surprise that it contains has plenty of NightmareFuel.



** While the interlocking sounds of "Speak to Me" lie within the bounds of ParanoiaFuel, the segment transforms into pure NightmareFuel right at its end when a sample of Clare Torry's screams from "The Great Gig in the Sky" enters the mix.

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** While the interlocking sounds of "Speak to Me" lie within the bounds of ParanoiaFuel, the segment transforms into becomes pure NightmareFuel right at its end when a sample of Clare Torry's screams from "The Great Gig in the Sky" enters the mix.



* "Time" may sound like an upbeat track at first, but listen closely to the lyrics and you'll realize that it is actually about [[AdultFear how life seems to go by faster as you get older]]. Relative to this theme of time sneaking up on you, the first half a minute also features softly ticking clocks that give way to a loud alarm clock [[JumpScare that can catch first-time listeners off guard.]]

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* "Time" may sound like an upbeat track at first, but listen closely to the lyrics and you'll realize that it is actually about [[AdultFear how life seems to go by faster as you get older]]. Relative to this theme of time sneaking up on you, the first half a minute also features softly ticking clocks that give way to a loud alarm clock [[JumpScare that can catch first-time listeners off guard.off-guard.]]



* "Brain Damage", especially ''this'' part. Good grief.

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* "Brain Damage", especially ''this'' ''especially'' this part. Good grief.


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* Oh dear ''God''. This whole album is about stuff that can drive you insane, and how it can do that. Of ''course'' there's {{nightmare fuel}}.

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* Oh dear ''God''. This
Considering the whole album is about stuff that can drive you insane, and how it's no surprise that it can do that. Of ''course'' there's {{nightmare fuel}}.contains plenty of NightmareFuel.
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** "I never said I was frightened of dying".

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** "I never said I was frightened of dying".dying."

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