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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 H

"Hailies Song," Eminem
In the rap part, the line "So glad her mom didn't wanter" is censored. Some misthought it as "abort her". If you reverse the part you clearly hear want her.
"Hallelujah," Rufus Wainwright
when played backwards, this song sounds like its ina nother language, it sounds german!!
Play the song backwards and listen closely. The song talks about (supposedly) Gerard's grandmother, which is ironic since his Grandmother had died a few months before the album came out.
"Hello," Evanescence
If you reverse the end chorus of Hello (the one where she goes really high on the Hello), it says "He hurts me all over"
"Hey Jude," The Beatles
In the middle of the song you can hear someone faintly say "F**king he’ll"
Clever Name
"Hey Jude," The Beatles
From 2:55-2:58 in the song, if you listen, you can hear Paul say "OH! Fucking hell!" He says this because he messed up on the piano during the song. John Lennon, having the cynical humor he did, says "Let's keep it hidden in there. We'll know it's there, but no one else will!" You have to listen really carefully, though.
"Hold On (Warning)," Green Day
Someone screams 'Hope' in the background after Billie says 'A cry for hope'.
Optimus Lime
"Hot For Teacher," Van Halen
On the "1984" album right after that song is over you will hear somebody say,"Wuhf!" or something that sounds like that.
Got It Bad, Got It Bad, Got It Bad
"House At Pooh Corner," Kenny Loggins
At one point you hear laughing in the background.
"How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb," U2
If you look at the bottom of the CD (the silver side) and you look near the middle, you will find the words "Miss You Sugar" (as well as the Universal logos). The reason it says "Miss You Sugar" i do not know - but certian copies of the band's earlier album 'Pop' feature a similar message in the same place that read "4UALKXXXX" (meaning For You Anne Louise Kelly")

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