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#1
For instance, in Paranoid Android, every time he sings "Whats thiiiiis" you can hear the steven hawking voice from Fitter Happier saying paranoid android repeatedly

EDIT: Oh yea, I just remembered. Somewhere during the guitar solo in The Ocean by led zeppelin, theres a telephone ringing. Forgot exactly where though, I havent heard it in a while
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#2
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For instance, in Paranoid Android, every time he sings "Whats thiiiiis" you can hear the steven hawking voice from Fitter Happier saying paranoid android repeatedly

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#4
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Eh same thing. It reminds me of steven hawking cause thats the voice he talks with
#7
In "Can't Stop" by RHCP, during the chorus, you can hear two sets of three claps starting during the lyrics "the tears..." and "the wave can't...". It's really really hard to hear, and it has to be pretty high quality to hear (I'm not even sure if you can hear it from youtube), but if you hear it once, you will never not hear it during the song.
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#8
I didn't realize that Paper Planes by MIA was a direct rip off of Straight to Hell by the Clash until a few days ago
#9
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I didn't realize that Paper Planes by MIA was a direct rip off of Straight to Hell by the Clash until a few days ago

It's called sampling.
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#10
A few Coheed and Cambria songs incorporate riffs from previous albums/songs which i don't usually notice on the first listen through
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#11
The end of Arriving Somewhere But Not Here, by Porcupine Tree you can hear what I assume to be Steven (Wilson, singer) cough.
#12
in one of the beatles songs ...i think its - "all you need is love"... right at the end...the last 2 seconds.....one of them sings - she loves you yeah yeah yeah
#13
In Wolves (Act I and II) by Bon Iver, the last two lines have an AWESOME really low, bassy harmony in there. I've heard that song so many times but only noticed it last week. Incredible.

Never noticed that Radiohead one, and I swear the claps in Can't Stop are ridiculously obvious?! Maybe I'm just imagining that.

EDIT: That Paranoid Android one is SO obvious! How did I ever miss it? Well, I did.
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For the longest time, I didn't notice the "oh my Godddd" in the beginning of Welcome to the Jungle - GnR.
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#16
I think he says something along the lines of "my name is marvin, and I am, a paranoid, android." It might actually be sampled from Hitchhikers Guide to The Galaxy.
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YOU WILL LOVE EACH OTHER
YOU WILL LOVE EACH OTHER
YOU WILL LOVE EACH OTHER
YOU WILL LOVE EACH OTHER
YOU WILL LOVE EACH OTHER
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#17
The "female" voice in Danger! High Voltage by the Electric Six is apparently Jack Whyte.
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#18
The bass guitarist.

olol
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#19
Intergalactic by the Beastie Boys

That weird electronic shit in the beginning is actually a vocoder with lyrics being sung through it.
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#20
In Back in Black, after the first few bars of intro, there's a very quiet groan just before the main riff starts.
The second half of the bass solo in "You Can Call Me Al" by Paul Simon is just the first half reversed.
At the end of Eclipse by Pink Floyd, you can hear a Beatles song playing very very faintly.
YOU WILL LOVE EACH OTHER
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#22
in Five to One by the doors, someone tells jim "one more" because he was gonna start the vocals early.
#23
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Intergalactic by the Beastie Boys

That weird electronic shit in the beginning is actually a vocoder with lyrics being sung through it.

Intergalactic Planetary Planetary Intergalactic

I thought that was common knowledge, but yeah it's awesome

EDIT: Other dimension, another dimension, other dimension, another dimension
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#24
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For the longest time, I didn't notice the "oh my Godddd" in the beginning of Welcome to the Jungle - GnR.


Yeah and he holds "Goddddddd" throughout the whole intro... I listened to that song while in the shower a lot and I always thought that "Godddddd" was just the sound of the water coming out of the shower head, I didn't realize what it was until I listened to it while out of the shower and I still heard the same thing.


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The "female" voice in Danger! High Voltage by the Electric Six is apparently Jack Whyte.


That's not apparent, it's blatantly obvious :P

EDIT: Wikipedia proves me wrong Although it still isn't a female voice, it's some guy named John S. O'Leary.
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#25
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Yeah and he holds "Goddddddd" throughout the whole intro... I listened to that song while in the shower a lot and I always thought that "Godddddd" was just the sound of the water coming out of the shower head, I didn't realize what it was until I listened to it while out of the shower and I still heard the same thing.



That's not apparent, it's blatantly obvious :P


EDIT: Wikipedia proves me wrong Although it still isn't a female voice, it's some guy named John S. O'Leary.


+1

Even non-JW fans know it's him.
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#27
i dont remember the exact time, but in the 6:20-6:40 range of The Unforgivin 2 by Metallica theres a "water drop" sound that sounds exactly like the skype drop sound
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#28
Basically in any Pink Floyd album if you listen really close you'll here some neat little things.

For instance, on The Wall at the end of the album as it's playing the soft string thing, Waters say's "Isn't this where-" and back at the beginning of the album he say's "-we came in?" to suggest that it's a loop. Pretty brilliant in my opinion.
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#30
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in one of the beatles songs ...i think its - "all you need is love"... right at the end...the last 2 seconds.....one of them sings - she loves you yeah yeah yeah

Um, yeah, but that was pretty obvious IMO.
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+1

Even non-JW fans know it's him.

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#32
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Yeah and he holds "Goddddddd" throughout the whole intro...

Is that the howling sound in the intro too???
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#34
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What?

As soon as the vox start, there's a metronome in the background.
#35
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I think he says something along the lines of "my name is marvin, and I am, a paranoid, android." It might actually be sampled from Hitchhikers Guide to The Galaxy.
It says "I may be paranoid, but not an android."
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#36
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Intergalactic Planetary Planetary Intergalactic

I thought that was common knowledge, but yeah it's awesome

EDIT: Other dimension, another dimension, other dimension, another dimension


I meant the random high notes
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#37
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+1

Even non-JW fans know it's him.


Didn't you see the edit in the post you qouted?
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#39
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It says "I may be paranoid, but not an android."

This may belong better in the misheard lyrics thread, but I'm a huge Radiohead fan and have listened to that song hundreds of times, but even though the official lyrics say that, I'm convinced it's "I may be paranoid, but I am no android."
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#40
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Is that the howling sound in the intro too???


Yeah, I believe so. Either that or he ends "God" and then just starts howling.

EDIT: Yeah, he says Oh my God and then starts the siren-sounding thing.
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