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Does anyone know how to play songs backwards, i feel this is one to decode...

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posted on Apr, 16 2009 @ 12:06 AM
Bat For Lashes : Moon and Moon Lyrics
Songwriters: Khan, Natasha;

Here are the lyrics:

Lover, when you don't lay with me
I'm a huntress for a husband lost at sea
If I had you here, better here together
I'd be boy and you'd be girl

Calling moon and moon
Shoot that big bad hand
It'll drag me to your door
And I won't see you no more

When this wild world
Is a big bad hand
Pushing on my back
Do you understand?
When I get home
Down in the jungle
Where's my bear to lick me clean?
Feed my soul milk and honey

Calling moon and moon
Shoot that big bad hand
It'll drag me to your door
And I won't see you no more

I won't see you no more

You need to search for the MP3. It sound slike such a good song it seems fishy lol. Just a fun experiment.

posted on Apr, 16 2009 @ 12:37 AM
reply to post by Applesandoranges

I am clueless. I never even figured out how to play the ole licorice pizza's backwards with any success. I guess in that case someone just turned the turntable in reverse using their hands. Never got the hang of that. And now, with all the new fangled electronic devices, I am in the dark ages. lol. I am as interested in the answer as you are. Guess I really didn't add anything to this thread did I? Oh, well. That's just me.

posted on Apr, 16 2009 @ 01:06 AM
Didn't trying to find hidden messages in records go out about the time Ozzy became incoherent?

Why do you think there is something there?

posted on Apr, 16 2009 @ 01:09 AM
If you have it in wave or mp3 format, a program like Audicity should provide the tools in the filters or presets to reverse the sound.

It's an open source sound editor so it's free to use. I use it for all sorts of fun effects.

posted on Apr, 16 2009 @ 01:17 AM
There used to be a free version of ProTools called ProTools Lite or ProTools LT or something. You could do anything with almost any sound format.

If I was you I would download Cubase, Nuendo, or Fruity Loops...they should have a sample editor function where you can play in reverse.

A quick google search of "how to play songs backwards" gives tonnes of information....

Have fun, post any findings here!

posted on Apr, 16 2009 @ 01:36 AM
reply to post by Nick_X

Yeah or they can just download Cool Edit Pro... it's free these days too. I think the file size will be much smaller than Fruityloops and the like. The Op can forget about Cubase or Pro Tools. You need previous experience for those.

This is only a simple task so simple software should suffice.

Download Cool Edit Pro for free here:


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