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A World Worth Imagining (The Soundtrack)

by S.O.U.L Twin Messiah

The debut release for S.O.U.L Twin Messiah, This Three song EP is the soundtrack to the documentary film "A World Worth Imagining - Jacque Fresco, The Man With The Plan", produced by SOUL Documentary.
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. A Day Worth Imagining (Dedicated to Jacque Fresco)
5:06 $0.99
2. Our Last Dance
3:30 $0.99
3. Got Money (Demo)
4:51 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


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Welcome to the world of S.O.U.L Twin Messiah. We bring you evolutionary rock music from the Love Paradigm that will ROCK your soul and OPEN your mind! This debut three-song EP is the soundtrack for the documentary "A World Worth Imagining - Jacque Fresco, The Man With The Plan,” produced by SOUL Documentary.

The soothing sounds of, "A Day Worth Imagining (Dedicated To Jacque Fresco)", featuring the smooth voice of Solene Velvet, will put you in the mood to expand your mind. The future this song imagines is far beyond the ages old human story of kingdoms, royalty, and oppression against each other; and respects Nature as, not a king-of-the-jungle hierarchy, but rather a complex web of life forms co-existing in our precious, unique home. The final refrain, "Free us from this dark age", is a direct homage to the man who gave us the Venus Project and Resource-Based Economy, and his wishes that our human family unite at last and share the earth's resources so we all have the opportunity to thrive.

The moody Pink Floyd-esque tune “Our Last Dance” confronts our our fear of death and invites us to rethink what it means to dance off into the moonlight. Ultimately, the only thing left to do in any moment is to love.

The hard rockin’ “Got Money” explores our system of economics in a radical new way. Once we reexamine why we are so attached to our belief in the monetary system, we can start to see more clearly, without bias, that it perpetuates unfathomable waste and harm. It is only after we confront this barrier that we can move forward to co-create new operating systems guided by values that support our thriving.

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