Most people associate Battlefield Earth with Travolta dressed as a Rastafarian mime. But if it was up to Hubbard, that title would make you think of horses dancing, prancing, and mating, judging by this ridiculous track (be warned that we might unwittingly be exposing you to advanced Scientologist brainwashing techniques with these songs). Other tracks have evocative names such as "Alien Visitors Attack," "March of the Psychlos," and our favorite, "Terl, the Security Director." We're pretty sure that last one is a Def Leppard cover.
After Space Jazz, Hubbard teamed up with fellow thetan-lover Edgar Winter to create Mission Earth, a soundtrack to the book of the same name, which is ... pretty much what we imagine a regular Edgar Winter album to be, actually.
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This is what you look like after being mugged by a group of David Bowie impersonators.
Hubbard's final album was released a few years after his death, and offers more of his soothing voice and words of wisdom, but mostly it consisted of other people playing music in his honor. Clearly, they never heard his other albums, or they'd know that Hubbard apparently hated music more than he hated going to the psychiatrist.