Rob Halford Playing His Reversal In Court During The Trial





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Published on Aug 25, 2008

Rob Halford playing the Exciter Peppermint piece backwards in the Judas Priest trial. This is an audio clip that Rob played to the judge and the courtroom the chance of "formed" words in any track of music including the Stained Class album.

I also included a studio copy of Exciter in the piece that Rob Halford played in court to let you hear a cleaner version of the reversed part.

The last reversal is the title cut from the Stained Class LP in which people said to believe it said "Sing My Evil Spirit" backwards. If you listen to it, you can clearly hear there is no "T" on spirit when played backwards! Mostly a fluke chance of words being formed backwards.

The First Amendment Of The Constitution of the United States guarantees us the Rights Or Freedom Of Speech forward or backwards! Or does it?

It was challenged here when Judas Priest was called to court! If this case was won imagine what the music would be like today! This case still left a small door open and I will suspect it will happen again to another band or group! It is a shame that we live in a country where something like this could happen!

Play even children songs backwards and there is stuff there. The cartoon Popeye The Sailor Man, the theme song even has it! Reversed it says "Give me a F*#$k, Give me a F*%k now"!
Try it for yourself! (I do not plan to do that song, don't ask me to post it. Do it yourself!)See http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hAg7aV...

Long live the Rock & Roll!
Metal Rules!


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