"Echodyne Harmonic (Wiretap Scars version)" as written by and Tony/hinojos Hajjar....
They say it takes a ring of gold
To fix the outer shell
So hold on until they return
Enslave the native tongue
To mine their freedom out
So hold on and don't give in

Our world is only what we're told
How do we know?

Life spans 1000 years have gone
But just a minute above
So hold on until they return
Sheltered thoughts and fears
If they claim what's theirs
So hold on and don't give in

Fading out, now we're fading out

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"Echodyne Harmonic" as written by Matthaeus Guenther Miller Jim Ward

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    General Commentokay, how has NO ONE commented on this? this is such a beautiful song, i love the piano in it.
    iappreciatebrandnewon April 10, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThis song is about the Annunaki.

    I'm serious. Bear with me.

    According to The Twelfth Planet by Zetcharia Sitchin, the human race was genetically engineered by ancient astronauts/aliens known as the Annunaki. They come from the twelfth planet in our solar system, Nibiru. They genetically engineered us to mine gold for them in order to fix their atmosphere. They are allegedly going to return and reclaim what is rightfully theirs on December 21st, 2012.
    ToroRojoon May 07, 2004   Link
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    General Commentwow. ToroRojo is right. this song is very similar to what's written in The Twelfth Planet.

    if only the bases of the author's theories weren't so implausible...
    elfrijolon December 21, 2004   Link
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    General Commentamazing song though.
    elfrijolon December 21, 2004   Link
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    General Commenti dont know what the annuyaki is but it seems thats a common reference of many mars volta songs such as televators for instance. its just a thought and it would be great if someone would clear that up for me
    malleyon January 11, 2006   Link

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