According to a recent article in the Huffington Post, Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard not only made up a ridiculous religion (in my opinion) but also fancied himself to be quite the musician and even had a band that had dudes like John Travolta and Frank Stallone lending their voices to his songs.
While in hiding during the 80’s, Hubbard not only wrote science fiction novels (complete with their own soundtracks), he also wrote analytical essays on musical genres, including country, flamenco, “oriental” and rock (which you can read HERE if you dare).
Check out Road To Freedom, as sung by John Travolta.
Begrudgingly, the jazz track with Scientology member and jazz musician Chick Corea is actually pretty good. For more of L. Ron’s greatest hits, head on over to BuzzFeed where you can hear seven more tracks and a bit more detailed history about his “music career”.
No thetans required.
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