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Aside from backwards messages (which is a seperate page), bands have found other interesting ways to hide things in their music or in their album covers.

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Entries Beginning with E

"Eh-Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say)/The Fame," Lady GaGa
This is what "Cherry, Cherry, Boom, Boom" means: "Cherry Cherry Boom Boom is the pseudonym of songwriter and music producer Martin Kierszenbaum. He has previously also used the following aliases for his writing and production: B. Recluse, K-Bomb, Hennesy Williams, MK Chilly Dog and Robots to Mars." -from
Robert D. Arndt Jr.
"Everlong," Foo Fighters
In the middle of the song, you can hear the following being whispered: "So Dad would take the Sundays off, and that's the only time he could ever get any rest. And so, because we were loud on Sundays, he'd make us hold his construction boots over our head, till we'd sleep. And they were really heavy boots and I'd used to say "Dad, come on, please," and, like, start crying, 'cause they're too heavy."

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