In Minions: The Rise of Gru, the protagonist is invited to audition for a spot in the supervillain group known in Vicious 6. Gru’s recruitment begins in a secret booth in a record store. First, this setting is likely foreign to most young viewers who are used to listening to music digitally through their phones and other devices. Beat continues to introduce Stone Age technology to kids through the instructions Vicious 6 leaves behind for Gru.
To gain access to their lair, Gru must play the record in reverse order. Reversing the direction of the vinyl is easy enough, but in most cases it just results in unintelligible noise since the track was supposed to play in the other direction. However, here the GRU discovers a secret message. This is a joke in itself, which is sure to pass by the youth in the hall.
There was a time when bands and artists covered up messages on records, intending to play them in reverse order. This led to conspiracy theories involving the Beatles and a host of other bands from the 1970s and 80s. “Bands like Led Zeppelin, Judas Priest and even The Eagles have been accused of subconsciously spreading satanic messages. BBC.