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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 M

"Man That You Fear," Marilyn Manson
The beginning of the song when played backwards contains lyrics that can be understood as referring to snakes, homosexuality, witchcraft and the line 'they all stare'.
"Mood Rings," Relient K
After the song ends, Matt Thiessen can be heard in the background saying "That was terrible".(in reference to the closing lyric: "The complex infrastructure known as the female mind").
Jonathan S.
"Mr. Jack," System of a Down
At the start of the 2nd verse, you can hear a faint "Hey" after Serj says "Hey, Mr. Jack".
Glenn Rousseau
"My Sweet Lord," George Harrison / Beatles
Toward the end of the song the background vocalists switch from singing, 'Hallelujah' to 'Hari Krishna', reflecting George Harrison's religious interests at the time.

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