The show had no opening or closing titles, the latter replaced with its now-defunct web address, link. Instead, it would begin with a disturbing monologue by Chris Morris, coupled with a corresponding montage. These would, to some degree or other, follow a character as their nightmares are made real, or their preconceptions are shattered, leaving them in a bleak reality (i.e. a woman walking her dog, only to discover it's just skeletal remains). Morris would then say: "Then welcome", followed by a nonsensical sentence (i.e. "Ooh, astonishing sod ape"), before finally announcing: "Welcome... in Jam". The word "jam" would rarely be said normally; it would either be heavily distorted, spoken in a strange accent, or just screamed repeatedly at the viewer.
The reverse speech/ backmasking thing is a super reality. Plenty more videos will be forthcoming to show you what is meant here.
Best songs by Queen backwards? Well there are lots but we'll start with WATC, Scandal, Slightly Mad, My Baby Does Me...
The videos will be subtitled.
Mary Austin was a lip reader. Freddie Mercury lip synced in a ton of videos. You really don't think there were any secret messages in all this?
When you reverse TATDOOL you will quite clearly hear that "I still love you," becomes "Will you forget?"
He quite clearly mouths those words when you play the video backwards too.
Freddie was sassy and his interviews when played backwards are hilarious...
"Go back to the slums in Vienna."
^ brilliant name for a UK snack.
Let's create it and market it.
Spokes creature would be a fanatic loon.
Might even change from commercial to commercial. Maybe one week it's a dog and that goes crazy and kills itself recklessly.
Next week it's "where can we find another nutter?"
Another commercial idea
Student nut job murders a guy for his depiction of Muhammad. ..... (segue to courtroom)
We the people wish to show that this (name) is just another nutter!
(Camera pans to picture of Muhammad. .....ALI!)
this needs to be done
the following has nothing to do with the original post but is kind of related...
i recently had a listen to "take my breath away".
what ...kind of irritated me was the outro.
it IS a reverse piece of echo... done in a marvelous kind of production. in a very skillful way!. never noticed THIS tought at all... but... listen to it... and you'll notice: (most probably) freddie did a piece of music which starts with a diffuse vocal noise... finally resulting in the initial phrase. just ¡wow!
what glorious minds they were !