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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The chanting at the end ("everybody's got one"/"stick it in your jumper") yields the phrase "Ha, ha, Paul is dead" when it is reversed.
Alan the Ottoman
"I Am The Warlock," Probot
On Probot's first album, there is a hidden song at the end called "I am the Warlock". It is sung by Black Jack. Probot is Dave Grohl from Nirvana and the Foo Fighters. It is a tribute album to musicians that influenced him.
In the part (near the end) when you hear "Yes I remember remember remember" over and over again, you hear Al sing what sounds like gibberish, and this gibberish is clear. If you play it backwards, this gibberish says, "Wow, you must have an awful lot of free time on your hands"
In the end of the song you can hear some gibberish, when you play it backwards you will hear: "Paul is dead, man. Miss him, miss him, miss him."
If you listen to the chorus, you can hear this being said: "Oh, I live in, inside me, They live far, Is this all pretend? Oh, I live in, inside me, They will frown, For second love, Or sell." Doent make any sense to me....
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