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Saturday, October 11, 2008

Episode 197: Stairway to Heaven

This week's theme from Led Zepplin The Beatles “supposedly” did it, along with Pink Floyd, Electric Light Orchestra, The Rolling Stones and Styx. What “they did” caused the Church to burn records and forced the government to make laws protecting the “subconscious minds” of youth.

This wasn’t that long ago … in fact, it was 1983. The term is officially called “backmasking” and it means coding music so that when played backwards, it reveals hidden messages – and some believe “satanic” messages. The question in Indie Insider Information is this: Who are the brain police and what have they done to the music?

Another hot topic in the portion of Fame Games called Indie Insider Information.

PLUS! CD-Baby's Top-10 Albums from the Flava: For Those Backwards Days Special Dedication goes to: Kelly Pettit; and Fame Games Regular rotational airplay went to Track of the Month Winner - "Be Here for Awhile" by ENNIS!

Reigning 2-time Track of the Week Winners: National Product from Huntington Beach, CA USA with their general rock track "By All Means"


  • KARISSA from Nashville, TN USA with “Happy Place” – Pop
  • COMMONROY from Maryland/DC, USA with “Welcome To The Flight” – General Rock
  • MARC BLACK from Woodstock, NY USA with “Step Up America” – Folk
  • THE NITES from London, UK with “No Fear of Falling” – General Rock


Congratulations to all the artists who made the finals this week! Wishing you all, more and more success!!

Much love,
dj crier, Paul, Graham, Jake, Lexy & Sid


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