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MP3 Earamas - Passage to Niburu

Emotive orchestral soundtrack fused with ambient cinematic sci-fi storytelling, hybrid electronica, and a film noir theatrical element of prophetic visions from the multiverse

15 MP3 Songs in this album (39:33) !
Related styles: NEW AGE: Progressive Alternative, NEW AGE: Space

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Music and Lyrics by Gary Wayne Clark and Glen Dale Spreen

The musical Passage to Niburu begins, as stories about the future of Mankind inevitably must, with the end of the world. But how did it come to this?

In the golden age of humans, Man became so enamored with the promise of advanced technology that he believed that it could erase the sins of his past. But the very technology that Man worshiped as his savior proved to be a double-edged sword. Indeed, technology that could have been used for good; to eliminate disease, to feed the hungry, to reverse global warming, instead was used to amass an arsenal of nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons that could destroy his world a thousand times over.

Like the sword of Damocles hanging by a thread, those maniacal weapons were aimed at the very heart of Man, just waiting for some insane band of zealots to pull the trigger. And they did.

No human life on the surface of the Earth would survive the devastation that Man brought upon himself. Life on Earth, as it had been known, was gone in the blink of an eye. But for life as yet unknown, worlds would begin anew. From the ashes of Man’s arrogance, the evolutionary genie was unleashed from the bottle . . . it was twisted, broken, poisoned . . . and then tossed back into a toxic primordial soup. The future of Man would no longer be governed by a millennium of evolution, but in fact, it would be reversed . . . into a genetic devolution. Worlds would be remade, but this time, they would not be made in the image of Man.

In those final moments before the Apocalypse, as the human race stood at the brink of total annihilation, a small band of humans escaped by hurling themselves into space . . . cast astray to destinations unknown.

We hear this story through the ears of an unlikely collection of diverse characters that are thrown together, some by choice and some by chance, as they are plunged into the middle of an intergalactic war on an alien planet. It is this accidental confrontation that triggers a multidimensional “good vs. evil” struggle to the death with many twists and turns, where courage, altruism, and unlikely alliances are all that stand between survival and extermination.

In the midst of a conflict that often blurs the boundaries of species and genetics, some truths are discovered that are immutable. Respect for life, free will, and true love can’t be found at the end of a gun or under a microscope, but thankfully, their seed is present in all living creatures, just waiting to be awakened. And so it was that in his quintessential moment of truth, as Mankind stared into the abyss of his own extinction, only the atonement for his transgressions would offer a glimmer of hope for his future.

But this is not a story about the beginning of the end of Mankind; regardless of this story, that ending will come soon enough. This is a story about the end of the beginning for the human race; an epic journey, the battle between good and evil, and the quest to discover why Man was placed here in our universe.

The ancients say that it is not the destination but the journey that defines the essence of a being. If that is true, then we trust that Mankind will enjoy the ride . . . excerpts from “Devolution – Rise of the Chimera”, by Gary w. Clark.


Earamas is the songwriting duo of Gary W. Clark and Glen D. Spreen. All music and vocals performed by Gary W. Clark and Glen D. Spreen.

“Passage to Niburu” is the musical soundtrack prequel to the original Science Fiction story, “Devolution – Rise of the Chimera” © 2009 Gary Wayne Clark.

Recording Engineering by Gary W. Clark

Cover artwork photos courtesy of NASA and STScI.

Special thanks!

To Justin M. Clark and Alexandra N. Clark for killer Guitars on:

• Devolution
• Shea Chi Step Forward
• Café Niburu

More Special Thanks from Gary Clark!

To the cast and crew of the Devolution Science Fiction Trilogy; you are an island of sanity in a world gone mad. Thank you for allowing me, a mere human, to share in your intergalactic adventures.

And to Koda, my dear friend and inter-species translator . . . you are wise beyond your ears:

“Tuuwala nasngwam paasavo itam tsovawta Tuawta Pahunthe Wii si We’e kee wa’h aape tokpela”.

Song Lyrics for Devolution - Rise of the Chimera

Human . . . devolution
Government . . . attribution
Biogenic . . . retribution
Why did it all . . . go so wrong?

Master . . . domination 

Servant . . . replication 

Hybrid . . . transmutation 

Why did it all . . . go so wrong?

Raise up your gun 

Our time has come 

Lay down your body and your soul
Stand up and fight 

For might makes right 

Cast off your chains of control

Strike swift your blow 

Let freedom flow 

No surrender no retreat
Drive deep your spear 

Release your fear 

Till Devolution is complete

Raise up your gun 

Our time has come 

Lay down your body and your soul
Stand up and fight 

For might makes right 

Cast off your chains of control

Our strengths combine 

Revenge is mine 

No surrender no retreat
Press your attack 

And don’t look back 

Now devolution is complete

Eternity . . . was your seduction 

Morality . . . the lone obstruction 

You’ve sown the seeds . . . of your own destruction 

You know . . . where it all . . . went wrong

Breath deep . . . your heart beats faster 

Eyes shut . . . embrace disaster 

Once your servant . . . but now your master 

The world you knew . . . is gone.

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