Top Ten Most Famous Songs With Hidden Messages When Played BackwardMany songs have pointed lyrics in them. Unfortunately, fewer and fewer these days actually tell a story worth hearing. Some songs, however, seem to have more of a story that you'd expect.
While it is rare to find a song with a message in it other than sex and fame, it is even more rare to find a song with two messages in it. But they seem to exist. Rumors of hidden messages in songs, only heard when played backward, have been around for decades. From The Beatles to Slayer, evidence, whether intentional or not, suggests that many bands have more of a story to tell than they advertise.
Below is a list of the most famous songs to allegedly have backward playing lyrics in them. The format is: Song Title - Artist and please put the backward lyrics in the comments.
According to some audio engineers it'd take them at least 5-7 years to put those messages on this song.
Eddie Kramer, "totally and utterly ridiculous. Why would they want to spend so much studio time doing something so dumb? ".
This is totally ridiculous.
Bon Scott sings
Payin' my dues
playing' in a rocking' band"
on Highway to Hell. And AC/DC isn't satanist. And people backmasked it and saying Led Zeppelin is satanic when the band themselves denied it all. It's all just conspiracy theories.
This has got to be a coincidence how is that message supposed to mean any thing "the one whos little path would make me sad"? whats that supposed to mean? how is that supposed to get people to join satanism? also even if it did make sense how are they supposed to do that live if they put it in the speakers whaaat?
"Here's to my sweet Satan/The one whose little path would make me sad, whose power is Satan/He will give those with him 666/There was a little toolshed where he made us suffer, sad Satan."
When it's played backwards, turns out it was actually a Satanic message.
Fake it sounds like someone trying to say marijuana while the dentist does a checkup
Oh yeah they made conspiracy theories ever since they went to America and with the Jesus joke I bet Americans think that was a conspiracy theory.
"Look at me Satan"
I don't even think Satan would look at this creepiness kiddo.
You'll probably get something more pleasant altogether if you mish-mash it like fruit in a blender.
"Turn me on, dead man."
"Satan he hears this. He had me believe in him."
Paul is not dead. Paul is not dead. Paul is not dead!
I buried paul
"You know Satan holds the key to the lock."
I love this song so much. If you play it normal at the intro it sounds like their saying "Satan! " A bunch of times but reversed its actually "Join Us! " A bunch of times. But I've known about this when I was listening to Slayef for the first time so it sounded like "Join Us" when I hear it normal.
"Join us" 45 times
No this is fake
Who knew a song about the earth and love and good things would have a demonic message played backwards? Anyone! That's who! It's good and has a positive meaning forwards, but backwards it's WAY different.
You just ruined one of my favorite songs, I hope you're happy.
Let me tell you,Noo way... but my love how this can be? at least not Michael < << he's way away from satan he's career just proves this wrong Go check black and white and youll know
Michael was against the Illuminati and wanted to spread love and happiness
When played backward, you hear the Lord's Prayer - believed that when said backward, this prayer will summon demons.
It sounds like he says yah Newman if you play the reversed lyrics backwards
I'm not surprised. This show is a master at hidden messages. That's why this show is awesome!
Stan is not what he seems is what the whispering says backwards.
Around the middle of the song it sounds like Corey growling "Gah! Making noises! " But played backwards it's actually "Don't look at me! " And "I said don't look at me! "
At the end of the song Jon Schaffer repeats backwards the message from the middle of the song. It's a quote from the movie Damien that inspired the song:
"Your pain on the cross was but a splinter compared to the agony of my father. I will drive deeper the thorns into your rancid carcass, you profaner of vices.You have done nothing."
I love this song. Unfortunately, I don't know the hidden message off by heart. So I can't repeat it.
What the members of Cheap Trick would most likely appreciate seeing posted is what was officially recorded as an 'antidote' to the backward masking uproar going on during the '70s. Check out "How Are You" from 1978's "Heaven Tonight" and note the high-pitched 'chatter' inserted in the 2nd verse. When played very slowly, but **forward** (instead of counter-clockwise), lead singer Robin Zander can be heard saying The Lord's Prayer word-for-word in its entirety. Not a single word changed. Zilch. Nada. Cheap Trick had/has never been known as a "Christian" band per se, but by no means Satanic either. The band members' day-to-day actions speak more than any labels ever could. If you should have the fortunate opportunity to meet them, just know you'll be in the presence of gentleman-turned-rock stars. It's so endearing how Cheap Trick's members have never forgotten their Midwestern roots---humility meets rock 'n roll at its BEST, oh my). Anyway, having ...more
I feel as if many of these are just random songs people have added please can people say what section means what in reverse.
Fake it sounds like gibberish when the reversed lyrics are played backwards