Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon has been given the eight bit treatment, rendering it into a NES masterpiece.
Despite all we know about science and the way things work, there are still many questions we are yet to answer: Where did we come from, why are we here, and, possibly most importantly, what would Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon sound like if it had been played on a NES?
Fortunately, that last question has finally been answered, as game developer Brad Smith has remade one of the greatest rock albums of all time using only the NES's audio hardware. The above video is just one of six, and the rest can be found here.
Source: The Daily What