Because of my backmasking page, I’ve been getting a lot of emails with requests for other songs that have backwards messages as well people sending me lists of songs that apparently have just that. Here are some excerpts (for those of you that care).
- Cradle of Flith “Dinner at Deviant’s Palace” When played backwards, you hear the lord’s prayer
- Missy Elliot’s song ‘Work It’
- The song Karate by Tenacious D. At the end reverse the last word he says and it says, “donkey crap” quite clearly.
- Led Zeppelin Stairway to heaven
In the end of the song there is an inverted message which goes something like this:
“Because I serve Satan, God denies my and there is no escape” (I’m not sure about the exact words, because this was never played on that cassette; they only told that it existed).
- Styx Snowblind
A inverted part:
“Satan is moving our voices”
- The Beatles Number nine
“Let me out, let me out, let me out” and then continues: “Turn me on dead men” or “let me under men”, in the cassette that was described as a suicide message or something like that =).
- And something else funny: if you found a .mp3 where the crowd is calling kiss back like “kiss kiss kiss, kiss kiss kiss”, it sounds backwards 666, 666 etc.
- ELO Eldorado
There is a part which goes inverted like this: ‘He is nasty one, Christ your infernal’.
- ELO Fire and High
There is some babble which is inverted: ‘The music is reversible, but time is not, turn back, turn back, turn back’.
And along those lines another email message goes into that last one more specifically:
“Hey man, I really dig the site dedicated to backwards messages in songs. I was spinning Face the Music by ELO, and i found another hidden message. In the first track, Fire on High, during the halleluia chorus part in the intro, there is jumbled speaking, meant to sound freaky. If you spin the album backwards, it says ‘Turn back now. Turn back now. The music is reversible.'”
And to finish off someone commented about one of the song clips I have on my site.
“I think that your clip of John Lennon’s Imagine, when reversed, actually
says, ‘Oh Beezelbub. Must have me.'”