Top 10 Songs with Backward Vocals (Backmasking)Backmasking is the process of recording audio and then reversing it so that it plays backward. It has been used in music for decades, often to create unique sounds or to add hidden messages to a song. Some artists have used backmasking to convey satanic messages or subliminal suggestions, while others have used it simply for artistic effect.
Regardless of the intent behind it, backmasking has left a lasting impression on the music industry. Many of the top artists of all time have used this technique in their music, and it has become a popular topic of discussion among music lovers and conspiracy theorists alike.
With your help. we have compiled a list of the top ten songs with backward vocals. These are the tracks that have captured our attention, piqued our curiosity, and left us wondering what other secrets might be lurking within the music we listen to every day.
"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."
"Hmm, Hmmm, what ho sed de t'ing with de t'ree bonce. Don't meddle with t'ings you don't understand", followed by a belch.
Such a perfect troll to those who think rock music was satanic. More like SANTAnic amirite guys?
I think this is too low at 50. It's one of my favorite Beatles songs, and it was the very first song with backwards vocals.
"uh uh the apocoloypse"
Wait. Manson made a cover of revolution 9? Oh god no... Wait! Revelation 9? K.
The sample in the background is played backwards throuhout the entire song including the "oooh oooh" soul sample, thus creating a certain chaotic experimental tone.
Sounds like they're saying we miss him. It's referenced to "Hillel Slovak", a former RHCP member who died by herion addiction.