Here's a weird one for ya...
Dutch performance artist Jeroen Offerman apparently spent 3 months learning how to sing Led Zeppelins classic "stairway to heaven" backwards.
He then filmed himself singing it backwards and then reversed the footage!
For those that don't know, back when it was originally released, "stairway to heaven" was said to contain demonic messages when played backwards
“Oh here’s to my sweet Satan. The one whose little path would make me sad, whose power Satan. He’ll give those with him 666,
there was a little toolshed where he made us suffer, sad Satan…”
Myself, i dont really hear any of that, but i wouldnt expect to from this video.
But that has nothing to do with this thread, just thought i'd put it in there.
So here's the video recorded in front of St. Paul's Cathedral, London
But thats not all....
i found a video where someone has reversed the above video, so we can see how he did it!
So if im right, this is a reversed video of someone singing in reverse which itself was reversed to sound like "stairway to heaven!!!.... phew.
The reversed video in reverse....
Has this man created a new genre? Reversed esreveR music? Anyone?
im getting a bit dizzy here....
If I saw that I'd look, stop for a second.. id at-least, the VERY least turn my head to acknowledge what it was.
most people will either flinch if they surprisingly find themselves in front of a camera (or someone filming themselves)
or, other people would make an effort to get out of the shot..
majority of people who walk past don't even look out of curiosity
the ones who do look, don't turn their heads, its like they're looking at something in the background.
awesome if true, but i dont think it is, personally!
There is so many music with hidden information in it. The B-52's are a group with some interesting music.
Besides this all, i also remember clearly that I discovered that if you hold the Supertramp album Breafast in America in a mirror that it will show a
weird creepy message that is telling us what will happen and when it will happen. I wrote an article about it on a Dutch conspiracy website:
Thom York with Radiohead did something similar back in 2001 with their track "Like Spinning Plates" from the album Amnesiac.
Apparently they listened to the song backwards and liked it better than forward, so Thom recorded the vocals while singing backwards. This resulted
in the words being correct when they played the track backwards.
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