Original Superman

Original Superman is the second independent album by multiple Dove award winning Christian rock band Pillar. Most of the songs were re-cut for their first major record label album, Above.

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Metamorphosis (Pillar Album) - History - Flicker Records Era (2000-2006)
... Soon after the release of Original Superman, Pillar became noticed by Flicker Records, who signed them in mid 2000 ... After the signing, Pillar re-cut many of the tracks from Original Superman as well as a few new tracks for release on Above,their first major label album ... Also, The songs Original Superman and Live For Him also helped in Pillar's success ...
DC One Million - Plot Details
... In the 853rd century the original Superman ("Superman Prime") still lives, but has spent over fifteen thousand years in a self-imposed exile in his Fortress of Solitude ... Justice Legion Alpha, which protects the solar system, includes future analogues of Superman, Wonder Woman, Hourman, Starman, Aquaman, The Flash and ... by Solaris, a "star computer" which was once a villain but was reprogrammed by one of Superman's descendants ...
Black Zero (DC Comics) - Black Zero (Superboy) - Fictional Character Biography
... an alternate version of Superboy from a reality in which Superman never returned from the dead after his battle with Doomsday ... create a human clone that would be genetically engineered to look like Superman with powers deriving from a telekinetic field ... maturation process to match the age of the original and became the new Superman ...
Original Superman - Track Listing
... Above" "Something Real" "Original Superman" "Time to Play II" "You Should Know" "Guess Whos Won?" "Live For Him" "Rippin Up Wax" "Reachin Out" "Galactic Groove" "Unity" "Father ...

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