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Bonus: Hidden Messages, Backmasking and the Satanic Panic

Bonus: Hidden Messages, Backmasking and the Satanic Panic

Update: 2020-03-178
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From the '60s to the '90s, parents worried messages hidden in rock albums would make their children do drugs and worship the devil. The truth could only be revealed if these records were played backwards. Twenty Thousand Hertz — a podcast about the world’s most recognizable and interesting sounds — unveils the history behind the backmasking panic and why our brains hear hidden messages. Subscribe to the podcast at 20k.org
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Chet Hjr

Backmasking was simply an excuse, something people could point the finger at, rather than accepting the truth that they are the problem. Bad parenting for starters.

May 30th
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Bonus: Hidden Messages, Backmasking and the Satanic Panic

Bonus: Hidden Messages, Backmasking and the Satanic Panic