Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Space-Hop The Next Big Wave Of Alien Invasions

LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Tom Cruise is happy to promote Scientology to movie buffs, but now a Los Angeles rapper is accused of doing it for the hip hop crowd.

His name is Radioinactive and he’s a “space hop” artist whose record, called Soundtrack to a Book, is partially inspired by a soundtrack composed in 1982 by Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard, to accompany his sci-fi novel Battlefield Earth.

But Radioinactive says the record is actually “an UN- concept album” and insists his extraterrestrial origins aren’t fiction.

As he puts it, ““I AM an alien... sent to bring multi-dimensional music to this planet.”

Still, he admits that since he was raised “all over the L.A. area,” he may have been over-exposed to the Hollywood- heavy Scientology religion.

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