10 Mind-Blowing Easter Eggs Hidden in Famous Albums
Putting backward messages into music (also known as "") was all the rage back in the 80s -- and by "all the rage" we mean "the subject of congressional inquiries." Bands such as Judas Priest and Led Zeppelin were accused of including subliminal satan...
Drinkify - The Beatles
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10 Signs the Band You Are About to See is Going to Suck
Sometimes at a show you have a feeling -- a hunch, a gut instinct, a fucking prejudice -- and...
Devil's Trill Sonata - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The , more famously known as the is a famous work for solo (with accompaniment) by (1692-1770), famous for being extremely technically demanding, even today.
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