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Satanic Messages in Music

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Not to be confused with Subliminal Music and Images

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This page is about a screamer of which the original copy was deleted.
Satanic Messages in Music
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The start menu.
Maker: Liquid Generation
Type: Flash game
Release date: 2009


Satanic Messages in Music is another one of those Sabotage games, hosted by Liquid Generation in 2009, the game itself disguises as real subliminal messages behind the songs.

It starts off by claiming that certain rock bands are prone to slipping in satanic references in their songs. It says this can be accomplished by playing the songs in reverse. It then goes on to play a couple of song excerpts normally, and after it's finished, it gives you the option to hear it backwards, with the added option of displaying the reversed lyrics separately, in case players want to guess the lyrics first.

The first song played is "Stairway to Heaven" by Led Zeppelin. The second song is "Hotel California" by the Eagles. The last song is "I'm So Tired" by The Beatles. After continuing from this point, a horned demon inexplicably appears and lets out a loud scream, before humorously stating "I have all of Steely Dan's albums! Long live rock!"

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Links[edit]

NOTE: The following animation contains a screamer!

  • web.archive.org/web/20151025144611/liquidgeneration.com/Satanic-Messages-In-Music
  • youtube.com/watch?v=hEor-Vq6Di8 • YouTube video preview


Comments[edit]



DrOddball

6 months ago
Score 0++
NGL, the song that plays in the intro is kinda kickass.
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