#1
Nope. Not joking.

"Starálfur"

I played it (Don't like classical, violins, .etc) And then played it backwards (Or a part of it) and it's the same. I was looking at the frequencies and it wasn't identical, being doubtful, I played it.

If you don't believe me, try it. Download Audacity.
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#2
link plz?
If man is 5, if man is 5, if man is 5,
then the Devil is 6, then the Devil is 6, then the Devil is 6, the Devil is 6,
And if the Devil is 6,

then God is 7, then God is 7, then God is 7
This monkey's gone to heaven.
#3
I love that song, but I've never tried that...
"There are millions of people in the world, and none of those people are an extra. They're all leads in their own stories."
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#4
i heard that, that many classical songs are very interesting when you play them backwards. i mean they won't be identical, but they're still cool pieces of music.
#5
Quote by Glen'sHeroicAct
i heard that, that many classical songs are very interesting when you play them backwards. i mean they won't be identical, but they're still cool pieces of music.


isnt there a Beatles song thats Moonlight Sonata backwards?