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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Forwards, its complete gibberish. Backwards, you get "Satan Eats Cheese Whiz"
During the instrumental part with the wailing, Al says somethin' that sounds like "Zoon eech hoo zitz." If you play it backwards, it's supposed to say "Satan eats Cheeze Whiz." No doubt Al's way of poking fun at the "satanic back-masking" trend.
The title of the song functions as a palindrome--that if you read it in reverse, it can say "Wolf Dog Went--Ah Sup". The chorus of the song in reverse is a back masked "Get off that. Gotta get off that. Get off that. Gotta get off that. Get off that. Money? Y'all sick on that sh*t".
"Nirbasion Annasion," Nik Turner (Ex-Hawkwind)
In this Nik turner song there is in a mumbled backwards message saying something in effect to space travel and the galactic forces that rule the universe.
In the part where the woman is in a foreign place and she hears foreign language, It's actually "It doesn't take a genius to know the difference between Chicken Sh*t and Chicken Salad". But having it said backwards, it sounds foreign.
The funny sounding alien sounds at the end are actually: "It doesn't take a genius to know the difference between chicken shit and chicken salad."
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