Matrix, The Easter Egg - Musical Anagrams

When Neo fights Morpheus in the construct, the three pieces of music that play on the score are termed the "Bow Whisk Orchestra" by composer Don Davis, the song "Leave You Far Behind" by Lunatic Asylum, and another piece by Davis called "Switch or Break Show." Both "Bow Whisk Orchestra" & "Switch Or Break Show" are anagrams of "Wachowski Brothers", the directors of "The Matrix". Also, when Neo, Morpheus, and Trinity return to the building after visiting the Oracle, the piece of music that plays is called "Threat Mix." Later, when in the same building Morpheus fights Agent Smith, the musical piece is called "Exit Mr. Hat." Both "Threat Mix" & "Exit Mr. Hat" are anagrams of "The Matrix."

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Contributed By: Anonymous on 05-23-2001
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Two words: Bad Ass. This is what an easter egg really is: something intentionally hidden that means something to whomever hid it. Rock on dude.
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How do you people find these things out?
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Lawndartz writes:
I must say this is one of the most clever eggs I've seen. Good catch.
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Peter writes:
Hmm, strange. This seems to be an excact copy of a note in the "Trivia" section of the IMDB matrix page. I can't tell which is the copy of which.
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DigtialBlaze writes:
FINALLY a real egg... not some random number they made up, or a biblical allusion just like HALF the films on the market. It was intentional, and you're very clever to figure it out =)
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Pyroman writes:
If you listen to the commentary on the dvd, it tells you the egg. There is no way you could figure it out otherwise.
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RLF writes:
This is friggin' sweet!
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Majin writes:
(whoops I was wrong) This is a sweeeet egg. how did you notice this?
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bobster333 writes:
the way people find these thing is by lookin through the movie and listening to the commentaries. i also saw this egg on a show or something cause i definately remeber hearing it somwhere b4.
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K_Duck writes:
Isn't the name of the group "Lutanic Calm"? I'm pointing this out (I might be wrong, correct me if I am) just to mess up your anagrams. Am I evil or what? Hah, j/k :-) Kewl egg nevertheless
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andyspark13 writes:
I noticed somewhere in this comments section that somebody posted details on 'Junkie XL'. Yes - he is JXL who also remixed Elvis Persley's 'A Little Less Conversation'. He is a superb mixer, and many unknown/underrated songs are mixed by him and brought into everybody's knowledge. Just for your information.
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Poodlefaker writes:
This is just brilliant! Very subtle!
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I must say, this is truly a friggen awesome egg. anyone know who did the "follow the white rabbit re-mix", ya know, "take the blue pill, take the red pill?" if anyone can help, please, I've been looking for so long.
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Chiad writes:
isn't it junkie xl who made the song "leave you far behind"? i have have the "fake" prodigy album that junkie xl made.. and that song is on the matrix soundtrack.
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Oh ya? and I Like to burn squirrles!
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