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DSOTM

SCP-XXXX

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be kept in a standard containment locker.
Access to SCP-XXXX may be granted to any member of staff with Level-2 clearance or above. However, any use of SCP-XXXX must be overseen by at least one member of staff who is to note down any and all changes that SCP-XXXX undergoes.

Description: SCP-XXXX is an original standard issue vinyl release of the 1973 album "Dark Side of the Moon" by the British rock band Pink Floyd.

The anomalous properties of SCP-XXXX manifest when it is played over any visual form of media. When this is done, the tracks on SCP-XXXX will each change length to perfectly sync up the album as a whole with the media; each track syncing to a scene which it can thematically accompany. For example, the opening sounds of the track "Time", clocks and bells chiming, will typically sync to a chaotic scene or, in cases of fictional media being utilised, the introduction of an antagonist.

Extensions of tracks consist of music which has never been featured on either original band recordings or other releases of the album. In all recorded cases of change in SCP-XXXX, the first track of the album, "Speak To Me", will always change length to perfectly sync with the media's opening scene or credits. As well as this, the heartbeat sound found at the end of the album's final track, "Eclipse", will always match either the length of the closing credits or the final scene of the media. The lyrics of the tracks themselves will also occasionally change to match what is happening on screen. Audio analysis confirms that all vocals found on the record are all performed by their original vocalists, including vocals with new or changed lyrics.

SCP-XXXX was originally brought to the attention of the Foundation following the spread of an online rumour pertaining to SCP-XXXX's existence. The first chronological post regarding SCP-XXXX was found on the popular social networking site Reddit posted on ██/██/██ by user ████████ (since deleted). Following this post, the user regularly posted results of watching SCP-XXXX with several forms of visual media. A transcript of these posts can be found in Document-XXXX.
After SCP-XXXX was brought to the Foundation's attention, the user was tracked down (revealed to be ███ █████ , age ██, living in ███████, ██████████), SCP-XXXX was seized, the original Reddit account deleted and ███ █████ was administered class-B amnesiacs.

Addendum:

Document-XXXX
Collection of online posts from Reddit published by user ████████ regarding SCP-XXXX

██/██/██ - "Freaky copy of DSOTM please help?":
So I've had this vinyl copy of Dark Side of the Moon for as long as I can remember. My dad bought it years ago and left it to me. The other day I had some friends round for a party and as a joke, I played the record over Paul Blart Mall Cop 2 (thanks Till Death Do Us Blart) and the album started sounded funny. I thought it was something wrong with the record player so i kept restarting it, cleaning the needle, the record, anything, but nothing was wrong with it. I have no fucking idea how but the music was CHANGING. Breathe in the air was way fucking longer than it should have been. The fucking music was changing longer. Then the WORDS started changing with it! Mmoney was plying on the convention scene and it changed to say something like 'at the convention grab the guns and make a stash' WTF!!! I didn't have to repeat the record or anything, it ust got longer to match the runtime of the film. Ive tried everything i could to try and explain it, but I can't. No matter what I play the record on, what I play the film on, it always changes. It's never done anything like this before. I'm gonna see how far this thing goes. Anyone has some ideas on what the fuck is happening, let me know.