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Paul Kersey of usenet

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Subliminal messages in rock


My first problem with Blue Öyster Cult's Secret Treaties is during the classic Astronomy. Listen carefully at 1:35.

"On the map - that Keanu Reeves!"

****ing scary.

The other really creepy part is on the Led Zeppelin's debut.


On Babe I'm Gonna Leave You at 1:23 it says, "I ain't joking, woman, I've got to Rambo..."



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This is why I stick with Nuclear Warrior and the Wereo.

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Kneau Reeves may in fact be Desdinova.

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Not to be confused with Aldo Nova of course!

-- Edited by iBeaux at 03:19, 2008-04-11

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Sometimes... I also hear weird stuff during KISS' "Beth."

"Baphomet, I hear you callin', but I can't come home right now..."

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Nope wrote:

Sometimes... I also hear weird stuff during KISS' "Beth."

"Baphomet, I hear you callin', but I can't come home right now..."






That's not the scary song off of Destroyer. The great expectations is dripping with evil. Way more than Blow on the Jug from Sabotage.  



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Dusthead wrote:

 

That's not the scary song off of Destroyer. The great expectations is dripping with evil. Way more than Blow on the Jug from Sabotage.

 




 When Gene sings the verse that begins with "You feel these eyes from the stage...," it's like Lucifer in NIB.


 



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Dusthead wrote:

Nope wrote:

Sometimes... I also hear weird stuff during KISS' "Beth."

"Baphomet, I hear you callin', but I can't come home right now..."






That's not the scary song off of Destroyer. The great expectations is dripping with evil. Way more than Blow on the Jug from Sabotage.  



That song could had worked as The Omen soundtrack. The use of childrens' choir in rock and roll is unsettling. That happened also with Angel Witch from the NWOBHM scene.



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Nope wrote:

That song could had worked as The Omen soundtrack. The use of childrens' choir in rock and roll is unsettling. That happened also with Angel Witch from the NWOBHM scene.

 




Yeah no kidding, Lion, Tracy G, Bain and Appice had a song on the WWIII self titled with a childrens choir. Children Of The Revolution was the title I do believe. Just plain freaky sounding.

What about Jaggar/Stones "...you cant always get what you want..." Very weird and unsettling for me!

 



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iBeaux wrote:

Nope wrote:

That song could had worked as The Omen soundtrack. The use of childrens' choir in rock and roll is unsettling. That happened also with Angel Witch from the NWOBHM scene.





Yeah no kidding, Lion, Tracy G, Bain and Appice had a song on the WWIII self titled with a childrens choir. Children Of The Revolution was the title I do believe. Just plain freaky sounding.

What about Jaggar/Stones "...you cant always get what you want..." Very weird and unsettling for me!



T-Rex cover. I remember that. Mandy Lion sounds very odd. He's like Geoff Tate from leather hell.
The song by Angel Witch disturbs me, because these guys played with the occult theme and using children to promote that crap is an unusual, unorthodoxian and interesting idea - it just gives me the chills. Did they hold candles at night in the studio?





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Trust song Mr Comedy from their fantastic second album Repression [1980] has a scary line where it says:

"You had no right to our liberty
Go back to hell MP3!"


P.S. TRUST rocks! Even the French versions. Bon Scott era AC/DC meets Paul Di'Anno era Iron Maiden.


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Nope wrote:

Trust song Mr Comedy from their fantastic second album Repression [1980] has a scary line where it says:

"You had no right to our liberty
Go back to hell MP3!"




Were they predicting the future demise of the traditional brick and mortar record store with that?



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artcinco wrote:

Nope wrote:

Trust song Mr Comedy from their fantastic second album Repression [1980] has a scary line where it says:

"You had no right to our liberty
Go back to hell MP3!"




Were they predicting the future demise of the traditional brick and mortar record store with that?




Bernard Bonvoisin ****ing hated Napster in the late seventies.

Bonvoisin is an interesting last name considering the man was a good friend of Bon Scott. I wouldn't be surprised if his middle name was Dian'noise.

Anyway, the official line from Mr Comedy actually goes:

You had no right to our liberty
Go back to hell and be free. [<--I swear I hear MP3 every single time during that part]



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Nope wrote:

Dusthead wrote:

Nope wrote:

Sometimes... I also hear weird stuff during KISS' "Beth."

"Baphomet, I hear you callin', but I can't come home right now..."






That's not the scary song off of Destroyer. The great expectations is dripping with evil. Way more than Blow on the Jug from Sabotage.  



That song could had worked as The Omen soundtrack. The use of childrens' choir in rock and roll is unsettling. That happened also with Angel Witch from the NWOBHM scene.






   The first Omen movie had haunting music. When the nanny jumped off the roof was unsettling.



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