TNA Superstar and World Heavyweight Champion many times over, “The Charismatic Enigma” Jeff Hardy unveiled his sophomore solo album, “Plurality of Worlds,” today. Featuring 10 original songs written and performed by Hardy, and packaged along with lyrics and one-of-a-kind art by Hardy, the record is available for $9.99 as a download/$12.99 hard CD on www.shoptna.com, iTunes and select online retailers today. This album follows Hardy’s first album titled “Similar Creatures.”
A must-have for industrial rock music and wrestling fans around the world, “Plurality of Worlds” offers listeners an other-worldly experience. With haunting tracks such as the standout “EveryOtherDay,” Hardy delivers a soulful, artistic album that defies convention, much like his signature in-ring high-risk wrestling technique.
“The songs on my new album represent my personal therapy sessions,” Hardy shares. “This collection is a combination of my soul and personal journal entries all put to music. It is the Plurality of Worlds.”
Junior Merrill, a longtime friend of Hardy’s, musician and songwriter, co-wrote all of the songs in the album. Additionally, TNA Wrestling Music Producer Dale Oliver co-wrote three of the tracks including “None of a Kind,” “EveryOtherDay,” and “Time and Fate.”
“Plurality of Worlds,” along with limited-edition, numbered, signed and framed lithographs created from Hardy artwork are the key features of Shoptna.com’s “Black November” sale. An ideal holiday gift for dedicated Hardy followers, fans will not want to miss this one-time chance to own or gift three different Jeff Hardy merchandise bundles featuring items such as Hardy t-shirts, arm bands, dog tags and slap bands.
About Jeff Hardy: Known as “The Charismatic Enigma,” Jeff Hardy is one of the most popular superstars in professional wrestling. Famous for his exciting, high-flying daredevil acts, Hardy is considered a pioneer of high-risk wrestling. This former World Champion has once again revolutionized his career with TNA. Hardy is best known for his work in tables, ladders and chairs matches where he regularly pushes the limits of professional wrestling. Fans are truly amazed by his undying resilience and commitment to his craft. Hardy famously competed in the second ever Monster’s Ball Match. During this contest at Bound for Glory 2005, Hardy performed his notorious Swanton. From the top of the arena entrance, Hardy landed onto Abyss, who was lying on a table 30 feet below. This is just one of the many examples portraying Hardy’s dangerous wrestling style and disregard for his own personal safety.
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