Sunday, January 5, 2014

Is There and Alien Influence on Modern Music?



The easiest way to put it is that they downloaded my brain information. When I was about 19 or 20, they downloaded everything that was in my head. And I caught 'em doin' it! I woke up in the middle of the night, thinkin', 'What's goin' on?' They were like, 'Oh, my god, he's waking up!' But this was all telepathy—there were no words being spoken. And as soon as I woke up—it was probably three o'clock in the morning—my whole room was so bright that I could hardly keep my eyes open. I was wide-awake, I could not move, eyes open, white room, they were still disconnecting—and when they did, it just went 'bang!' Everything went back to normal, back to black. Sammy Hagar, lead singer for Van Halen, a rock group that sold 100 million albums worldwide.

I'm a big fan of “Invaders from Mars” and “The Day the Earth Stood Still.” Ray Bradbury wrote some groundbreaking stories.... And as far as UFOs, I see them all the time in upstate New York where my place is. I live in a wooded area and objects that can't possibly move in anyway a man-made craft can, have flown over me. Put it this way: if it wasn't a UFO, then our government is testing some type of aircraft(s) that is being kept from us. I wouldn't put it past them, but why in upstate New York? I believe we are visited by extraterrestrials all the time,  no doubt. Ace Frehley, lead singer for KISS, a band that sold 100 million albums worldwide.
As a 12 year old David Bowie believed aliens were visiting him at night to study his habits. In 1969 Bowie contributed to a UFO magazine reporting that he was having six of seven sightings a night for a year. According to the drummer for his band Spiders from Mars Bowie believed aliens were following him around and trying to influence his thoughts. David Bowie has sold over 140 million albums and after almost 50 years remains a top seller of records in the U.K.
 


Is there an alien influence on music? The following list of songs would indicate something strange is going on.


What makes the possible association even greater is that many top musicians who have sold millions of albums also report many experiences where they see UFOs, or are abducted by aliens, have messages inserted in their heads by aliens, or in a few extreme cases actually claim they are aliens or alien messengers.


Some have suggested that this is just cultural influences of talk about aliens and life on other planets but it is not. The phenomena, for example does not exist in famous golfers. Compared to the hundreds for top musicians there are none for golfers. There are a rare few with top businessmen and politicians.


One of the theories to explain this is that musicians are right brained creative people and therefore are picked for the experience. They are the chicken in the chicken egg scenario. This has a parallel in the UFO world as described by Dr. Roger Leir who is famous for removing reported alien implants. According to Leir, the one common thing with all abductees is that they are right brained creative people.


The alien use of musicians, if true, may also have to do with the fact that musicians are talking to the young in society who have not yet formed a concrete belief system. If the aliens are trying to get a message across or elevate consciousness they would chose young music listeners in the same way that it appears they start their abductions with children. Looking back through history it seems apparent that most of the new ideas that transformed cultural changes came through the youth and through their music. The pattern seems to be that once the music motivates the youth and they protest something that needs changing in the world, the politicians react and change the laws. The youth and the leaders of change and the politicians are just racing to the front once the parade for change gains momentum.


Are we being directed by aliens or some elevated spiritual beings? The answer is tending towards a positive reply.


ABBA – The Visitors




Adrian Belew – Looking for a UFO




Byrds – Mr. Spaceman




Blue Öyster Cult – E.T.I. (Extra Terrestrial Intelligence)




Calm – Pink UFO Music Video




Carpenters – Calling Occupants Of Interplanetary Craft (The Recognized Anthem of World Contact Day)




Creedence Clearwater Revival – It Came Out Of The Sky




David Bowie – Starman




David Bowie – Hallo Spaceboy




David Bowie – Loving The Alien




David Bowie – Life On Mars




DJ Spooky – Object Unknown (w/ Kool Keith)




Dr Octagon – halfsharkalligatorhalfman




The Wipers – D-7




Husker Du – Books About UFOs




Insane Clown Posse - Miracles




Babylon Zoo – Spaceman




Dr. Octagon – Aliens




Jefferson Airplane – Have You Seen the Saucers [live]




Jefferson Starship – Home




Jefferson Starship – Have You Seen The Stars Tonite




Jobriath – Space Clown




Jobriath – Morning Star Ship




Jon Anderson – Arriving UFO




Jonathan Richman & the Modern Lovers – Here Come the Martian Martians




Kelly Family – Fell in love with a Alien




The Kinks – Animal Farm




Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry – Starliner




The Meteors – Attack Of The Zorch Men




Misfits – I Turned into a Martian




Natasha Bedingfield – Pocket Full of Sunshine




Patti Smith – Birdland




Pink Fairies – The Pigs Of Uranus




The Pixies – Motorway To Roswell




Radiohead – Subterranean Homesick Alien




The Rezillos – Flying Saucer Attack




Roky Erickson – Creature With The Atom Brain




Roky Erickson – You’re An Unidentified Flying Object




Seu Jorge – Starman




The Wildhearts – Sky Babies




Sheb Wooley – Flying Purple People Eater




Spacemen 3 – Starship




Yellow Magic Orchestra – Cosmic Surfin’




Judas Priest – Freewheel Burning




Styx – Come Sail Away




UFO – Martian Landscape




Billy Thorpe – Children of the Sun




War Of The Worlds – Eve Of The War (Hybrid Mix)




A Flock Of Seagulls – I Ran (So Far Away)




Joe Meek And The Blue Men – I Hear A New World




Split Enz – Poor Boy




A.R. Kane – A Love From Outer Space




The Byrds – C.T.A. – 102




Lustmord – Aldebaran of the Hyades




Fountains Of Wayne – I Want an Alien for Christmas




The Stranglers – Waiting For The Men in Black




Neil Young – After the Gold Rush




The Legendary Pink Dots – The Saucers are Coming




Kaleidoscope – Beacon from Mars




Deep Purple – Space Truckin’




Björk – Earth Intruders (Mark Stent Extended Edit)




Bikini Kill – Alien She




Blondie – Rapture




Boyracer – Area 51 Revisited




The Comsat Angels – Red Planet Revisited




The Comsat Angels – I Come From The Sun




u.f.o. feat. Dee Dee Bridgewater – Flying Saucer




ESG – UFO




Cletro, Eddie – Flying Saucer Boogie




Towa Tei – Mars




Teenagers From Outer Space – Prepare to Possess Earth’s Women




Monster Magnet – Space Lord




Buddy Clinton – Take Me To Your Ladder ( I’ll See Your Leader Later)




Kansas – Nobody’s Home




Scary Bitches – Lesbian Vampyres From Outer Space




The Wildtones – Martian Band




Close Encounters Of The Third Kind




Buchanan Brothers – (When You See) Those Flying Saucers




Joe Satriani – Surfing with the Alien




Bonzo Dog Band – Beautiful Zelda




Atomic Mosquitos – Alien Roundup




Billy Bragg & Wilco – My Flying Saucer




Creedence Clearwater Revival – It Came Out Of The Sky




Cabaret Voltaire – Venusian Animals




DJ Spooky – The Terran Invasion of Alpha Centauri Year 2794




Dr. Octagon – Aliens




Ellie Goulding - Lights




Elton John – I’ve Seen the Saucers




Japan – Alien




Katy Perry – ET




Britney Spears – ET




Britney Spears – Alien




Kool Keith – Livin’ Astro




Leonard Nimoy – A Visit To a Sad Planet




Meat Beat Manifesto – Oblivion/Humans




Meat Beat Manifesto – The Tweek




The Residents – You’re a Martian/Home




Robert Gordon – Flying Saucer Rock ‘n’ Roll




Sonny Day – Creature From Outer Space




Take That – Aliens




The Ventures – The Fourth Dimension




Twinkeyz – Aliens In Our Midst




Tool – Faaip De Oiad




Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers – Zero From Outer Space




Dane Cook – Abducted




The Telescopes – My Name Is Zardak (Drop Your Weaponz)




The Busters – Space Patrol Orion




Bela Fleck & The Flecktones – Flying Saucer Dudes




The Cramps – Mojo Man From Mars




Devo – Auto Modown/Space Girl Blues




Feathers – space alien blues




Little Walter – Flying Saucer




Perrey-Kingsley – The Little Man from Mars




Placebo – Mars Landing Party




Smokey Wilson – The Man From Mars




Sheryl Crow – Maybe Angels (Do You Believe in UFOs)




Little Shop of Horrors – Mean Green Mother From Outer Space




Butch Paulson – Man from Mars




Cibo Matto – Sci-Fi Wasabi




Add N To (X) – Take Me To Your Leader




Queen – Flash




The Astral Army – Interstellar Shortwave




Aqua Teen Hunger Force – A Typical Mooninite Weekend




Cacogenic Systems – Alien Probe




Hanzel Und Gretyl – Take Me To Your Leader




Tony Mattherhorn – Man From Mars




Neanderthals – Werewolf from outer Space




Ran-Dells – Martian Hop




Leonard Nimoy – Alien




Klaatu – Calling Occupants (Of Interplanetary Craft)




Marty Quinn – Genuine UFO Contactee




Mellotones – Flying Saucers




Sam Space & the Cadettes – Take Me To Your Leader Cha Cha




Floyd Robinson – My Little Martian




Jesse Lee Turner – The Little Space Girl




klaatu – the loneliest of creatures




Julian Cope and the Teardrop Explodes – Spacehopper




Jesse Lee Turner – The Little Space Girl




Hermann, Bernard – Klaatu




Brownsville Station – The Martian Boogie




The Jimi Hendrix Experience – Third Stone From The Sun




Jamiroquai – Cosmic Girl




Jorge Ben Jor – Space Man (Homem Do Espaco)




Pete Johnson – Death Ray Boogie




Pink Floyd – A Saucerful Of Secrets




Pink Floyd – Let There Be More Light




Pixies – The Happening




The Prodigy – Out Of Space




Robyn Hitchcock – Welcome to Earth




Robyn Hitchcock & the Venus 3 – Adventure Rocket Ship




Slowdive – Souvlaki Space Station




Smashing Pumpkins – Spaceboy




Spacehog – Spacehog




Legendary Pink Dots – Terra Firma Welcome




The Ozark Mountain Daredevils - Spaceship Orion




The Webb Brothers – Beyond The Biosphere.

2 comments:

  1. What? No Electric Light Orchestra? What about their association with the flying saucer, not to mention "Mission (A New World Record)," which is about an alien sent to Earth to observe, and his report back to his people about what he'd seen?

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