Die-hard Star Wars fans have likely already seen The Force Awakens close to 10 times now that the movie has been released on Blu-ray. If that's the case, watching the adventures of Finn, Poe and Rey might start to become a little predictable.
Thankfully, Pink Floyd's classic album The Dark Side of the Moon can help with that. As some fans have discovered, the album syncs up almost perfectly with the events unfolding in a galaxy far, far away, giving fans an all-new way to watch.
It's pretty simple to do yourself too. Once the opening crawl ends, press play on the album just as the spaceships appear on screen. Then the journey begins.
The screams at the start of "Breathe (In The Air)" comes just as BB-8 races to warn Poe of an oncoming First Order attack. The eerie sounds of "On the Run" play as Poe encounters Kylo Ren for the first time. When Kylo is interrogating Poe, the lyrics "And I am not frightened of dying, any time will do, I don't mind," can be heard as part of "The Great Gig in the Sky."
Considering The Force Awakens is much longer than one playthrough of Dark Side of the Moon, fans on Reddit say the album must be played three times back-to-back over the movie. That means various songs are heard in multiple scenes. "The Great Gig in the Sky," for example, comes again as Han Solo meets his end at the hands of Kylo Ren, with the lyrics "I never said I was afraid of dying" playing as the camera zooms in on Han's face.
During the final battle between Rey and Kylo Ren, the lyrics of "Us and Them" go "Black and blue/Who knows which is which and who is who," nicely echoing the struggle of the two characters to stay on their respective sides of the force.
You can check out some more instances of how the songs and film go hand-in-hand over on Reddit.
It actually works surprisingly well, and now there is even video to prove it. The video below is the first 8 minutes of the movie synced up with the album so you can see what all the fuss is about for yourself. If you're soon to watch The Force Awakens for the 20th time, maybe adding some Pink Floyd to the mix isn't such a bad idea.