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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 G

"Gangster Trippin'," Fatboy Slim
The background voices that play a few times at the start of the song actually "we're gonna kick that gangster s**t"
"Giants Of Rock: Live (free with Daily Mail)," Miscellaneous
At the end of the last song ("One Bourbon One Scotch One Beer" by George Thorogood), fast forward the track to between 18 and 20 minutes and turn the volume up VERY LOUD. You'll hear 3 bonus tracks!
A Stranger
"Giants Of Rock: Live (free with Daily Mail)," Miscellaneous
At the end of the last song on the OTHER DISC ("Babe" by Styx), fast forward and turn up the volume as before to hear more bonus tracks!
A Stranger
"Girl," The Beatles
Listen very carefully to what the background vocalists are singing during the middle section, and you will discover what John Lennon really likes about the girl which he is singing about!
"Glory Days," Bruce Springsteen
As the song starts to wind down guitarist Little Steven Van Zandt shouts out "Watch out, b*tch!", then Bruce kicks in with his "Alright!" and so forth.
Drink Til I Get My Fill
"Going to Pasalacqua," Green Day
At the very begining before "Here we go again...." if you turn it up and listen closely in the silence he says "Here we go again" before he actually says it.
Optimus Lime
"Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life)," Green Day
After the intro with the guitar, listen closely in the blank space, with the volume up loud, and one of the guys says "Fuck!" before the guitar continues
"Good Riddence ," Green Day
Right Before the Song Starts You Can Here The Lead Singer Say The F Word,[Note, it's right after those first two little guitar strums}
"The Great Gig In The Sky," Pink Floyd
At around 3:33 you can hear a faint woman's whisper over the music. You can hardly hear it, but she says, "I never said I was afraid of dying."
Nathan Elia
"Green," R.E.M.
On the album cover, you can see a glossy number 4 over the letter R in R.E.M. and Green. In the track listing on the back, the fourth track is numbered with the letter R instead of a 4.

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