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This Backstreet Boys song contains a real, true fart noise – A N I T H
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This Backstreet Boys song contains a real, true fart noise

This Backstreet Boys song contains a real, true fart noise


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Producer Max Martin is no doubt responsible for some of your favorite pop songs, including Britney Spears’ “Oops! …I Did It Again” and most of Taylor Swift’s 1989. Apparently, he’s also responsible for turning a Backstreet Boy’s fart into a nice bass sound.

Per a new interview from Billboard, Howie Dorough was putting so much heart and soul into recording Black and Blue single “The Call” that he let out a fart. Conveniently, the fart was “not only on the beat, but in key,” according to A.J. McLean — so Martin tweaked it a bit and kept it in the song.

Hell yeah. Well, we’re sure you want to know where the fart is (can’t believe I’m typing this), so here’s the song. The fart is the “dun dun dun.”

Thrilling.

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