A Beautiful Disaster: “Dark Side of the Moon” Mixed With Large Asteroid Theory

YouTube, @Anselmo La Manna.

What pairs nicely with a classic Pink Floyd album? We know some people like to smoke a joint, or maybe enjoy a nice glass of wine. Something to help you unwind, and get out of your head a bit.

YouTuber Anselo La Manna decided that mashing up the Pink Floyd song “The Great Gig in the Sky” off the Dark Side of the Moon album with a Discovery Channel video called “Large asteroid impact simulation” was another great way to take in some Floyd. You can be the judge of that by checking out the video yourself. It’s soothing, that’s for sure, as long as you can put the concept of an asteroid crashing into Earth out of your mind. Maybe instead think of it more like a beautiful spark about to explode into a fireworks display on the 4th of July. Either way, we’re into it, and think it’s a solid pairing. Check out the full story here.





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