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Search eBay - Auctions. The music discographies on this site are works in progress. If you notice that a particular Bombay CD release or compilation is missing from the list above, please submit that CD using the CD submission page. A voice can be heard, but none of the words can be made out. Missy sampled the previous line of the chorus and reversed it. In the late 80s and early 90s, parents and special interest groups began accusing artists of using backmasking to hide disturbing and even satanic messages.
These accusations resulted in court cases over high profile artists. Some believed since the song had other strange effects on it, it was possible the band had purposely used backmasking to hide the pro-marijuana message. A spokesperson for Hollywood Records denied that the song contained a hidden message. The message is widely considered to be unintended. Many cite this song as an example of phonetic reversal, where a word when reversed, sounds like another word.
Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Release Date November 21, Track Listing. Way You Walk. Summer Hymns. Well Pitchfork keeps up the Rock Plaza Central love. They pointed out that Cokemachineglow has a podcast coming up featuring a ton of covers.
Apparently though Myspace wasn't too pleased with this. He said in a post; "Sorry if anyone wondered what happened to the Rock Plaza Central song on their page. We tried to upload a fun copy of Justin Timberlake's Sexy Back on our page, and Myspace quickly swooped in, blocking access to all the rest of our songs, too. Isn't that crazy? Anyway, so we've deleted Sexy Back and will replace it with some other song of ours.
Maybe we'll even change everything. But please return and reclaim the song you had. It is yours whenever you want it, no matter what Roooopert might say.
Apparently cover songs aren't cool with Myspace. It's a really fun version though and definitely recommended. To read the whole article and to get the link to download the song go here. Been slowing down a bit here with the holidays coming up. Couple of things I'm hoping to get going though this week include I normally hold it off until the beginning of January for the radio show but why bother waiting, especially with everyone else getting their list out.
So I've been relistening to a lot of stuff and narrowing it down and in the next couple of days you will see the Sweet Static Baker's Dozen Top Thirteen albums of Hope everyone is good and safe. Thanks, Mike. That's right. It is that time of the year and the man himself Stephen Colbert has issued a challenge.
He was upset over hearing John Lennon and his hippie peace agenda ruining Christmas music for him. He then claimed that he never sang his Christian beliefs into Beatles songs Thanks to the good people at the No Fact Zone , I've was able to find a link to the first such reaction to challenge.Backward Masks (Misra Records, ) Compilation CDs "Stick and Leaf" appears on Appetizers and Leftovers, released by Austin's I Eat Records. "What Kind of Bird" appears on the AthFest 10th Anniversary compilation CD. "Bombay Brown Indian Ink" (live acoustic version) appears on WUOG Live in the Lobby CD compilation of live radio performances.