Re-syncing Kid A

Posted August 31st, 2007 by Eric Greenwood · 1 Comment

Personally, I think all this syncing up Dark Side of the Moon with The Wizard of Oz stuff is utter nonsense, but asses of Dungeons and Dragons clowns with way too much spare time are into that sort of thing, so here’s another one for you: Supposedly, if you play two copies of Radiohead’s Kid A seventeen seconds apart it creates an entirely new listening experience. No shit. If I sync up Britney Spears’ “Toxic” with Tina Turner’s “What’s Love Got to Do with It?”, I get a new experience, too. Doesn’t mean it’s a good one. And from the streams over at The Modern Age, this Radiohead theory seems pretty far-fetched, altough, some people think it kind of works.

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  • 1 Anonymous // Jun 7, 2013 at 1:42 pm

    “play two copies of Radiohead’s Kid A seventeen seconds apart”

    you dont play 2 copies ot radiohead kid a, 17 seconsd apart, that would make the second song start while the last 17 seconds of the first one is playing as some example.
    So the first second of the second song would only start to play when second song is at 17 second mark, on third song it would just start to play when the song is on 34 mark, and this woulcd go increasing to each song (17 * [song number you are on minus 1])
    You just play 2 copies of some song of kid a 17 secons apart.