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The Road to Freedom: L. Ron Hubbard and Friends (1986)

Unrated | | Documentary, Short, Music | Video
Excerpts from a live performance of songs from L. Ron Hubbard's album "The Road to Freedom."


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Credited cast:
Tamia Arbuckle ...
Herself - Performer, The Golden Era Musicians
Tommy Brechtlein ...
Himself - Performer
Chick Corea ...
Himself - Featured Performer, Piano (song "The ARC Song")
Jim Cowger ...
Himself - Performer
Rick Cruzen ...
Himself - Performer, The Golden Era Musicians
Fernando Gamboa ...
Himself - Performer, The Golden Era Musicians
Himself - Featured Performer, Vocals (songs "The Road to Freedom" / "The Way to Happiness" / "The ARC Song")
James Grinta ...
Himself - Performer
Himself - Singer (song "Thank You for Listening") (voice) (archive footage)
Rory Kaplan ...
Himself - Performer
Lenny Macaluso ...
Himself - Performer
Herself - Performer, Singer (song "The ARC Song") (as Julia Migenes-Johnson)
Ron Miscavige ...
Himself - Performer, The Golden Era Musicians
Gayle Moran ...
Herself - Featured Performer (song "The Way to Happiness")


Excerpts from a live performance of songs from L. Ron Hubbard's album "The Road to Freedom."

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The Evil Purpose
Words and Music by L. Ron Hubbard
Featuring Frank Stallone
© 1986 Revenimus Music Publishing Co. (ASCAP). All Rights Reserved.
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Cultists getting on down are very sad
15 November 2006 | by See all my reviews

Way back at the beginning of the universe, after the first tick of time, a being called 'Arp Cola' invented music. That being was reincarnated many times, but in 1986, was occupying the body of 75 year old cult guru, L Ron Hubbard. At least, this is what the scientologists were told.

Imagine an elderly man convinced that he has figured out the secrets of modern rock music. What would it sound like? Well, regardless of whether he really figured out the inner secrets of music, it sounds like your grandad.

Grandad's 'pop' music was then performed by a bunch of low-rent scientology celebrities, such as Frank Stallone and Leif Garrett (who is now believed to be an ex-scientologist, thankfully).

The result is predictably appalling. This concert is worth checking out just to educate you that scientology is replete with its own naked emperors.

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