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These are INTENTIONAL messages that groups have recorded and placed in their songs. This differs from backwards masking in which bands supposedly sing a song in a special way so that when played backwards a hidden message appears.

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Entries Beginning with G

"Geek Stink Breath," Green Day
Forwards: "Geek...Stink...Breath" Backwards: "Crap...Eat...Sh**" They did it on purpose.
"Get Low," Lil' John
"Yeah! Worth somethin' baby, worth something' baby" when reversed sounds like "Pop! Give me a mushroom, give me a mushroom! Yeaahh!"
"Gnik Nus," The Beatles
A track on their remix album “LOVE”. It is the backwards a capella version of “Sun King”. It doesn’t really contain the foreign language parts backwards though.
"Go Beyond!!!," Sota vs. Ryu*
The vocal parts in the song are backtracked, so if you play them backwards, they say "Collaboration, Ryu and Sota"
"Groovy Tuesday," Smithereens
While recording the lyrics for the song "Groovy Tuesday" singer Pat Dinizio sang "design in blue" and everyone in the studio erupted in laughter. This little snippet was isolated and inserted at the song's end backwards. Producer Don Dixon did it as a joke and the band liked it.
RIP Pat Dinizio

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