Spaced Out


All Aazaad ever needed was space.
And more space.
It was a place farther than anyone could offer.

Too alien for Earth, Aazaad rocketed into outer space.
A journey through this cosmos is really an expedition into himself.
Only to discover how unmistakably human he is.

Even so, the astronaut’s scope remains as limitless as the universe itself.
Every galaxy Aazaad comes upon reveals a new dimension of him.
He thinks. He entertains. He listens and learns. He writes and recites.
And from all those zillion miles away, despite the space between us, he touches your very soul.

Splayce-list. Track One.

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A Brave and Startling Truth.

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