(Photo by Jemal Countess/Getty Images)

For years, I believed the folklore legend of Pink Floyd’s iconic album, “Dark Side of the Moon,” synchronized with the “Wizard of Oz” movie from 1939. I even tried it myself. As legend has it, you start the record after the movie’s MGM trademark Lion roars three times. I’m amazed to watch it all unfold in front of my eyes.

From the Kansas tornado with no sharks, Dorothy opens the door to a blast of color in the magical world of Oz. You then skip down the Yellow Brick Road. How could this not be planned in some way? I’m laughing hysterically!

Coincidences? Roger Waters blows my theory of over 40 years later out of the water as a total bunk. I’m devastated, as part of my childhood fun was squashed so easily. No matter, it is still fun at a party to sync up the Oz mash-up and have a little fun. This story goes back to my Jr. High School days that date back a bit. Today, there are many more stories that allegedly sync up for your entertainment. The “Matrix” is known to sync well with Metallica’s “Black” album. “Led Zeppelin IV” with J.R.R. Tolkien’s “The Lord of the Rings.” Black Sabbath’s 1970 debut with “The Exorcist.” That should keep you guys busy for a few. It looks like I have some unfinished homework to do this weekend instead of watching something really scary like the Lions.

10 Iconic Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction No-Shows

Born in Mt Clemens, Screamin has been rockin' the Riff airwaves for 25 years. When he's not out rockin' the streets, you can find him in his rock room, where he collects jukeboxes and classic pinball machines. Screamin also has his very own Rock cover band called " Chit" playing all over the Metro Detroit Music scene