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Jeff Hardy Releases Debut EP
Posted by Jeremy Thomas on 12.13.2012



- Jeff Hardy has released his debut EP. TNA has announced that the nine-song album, Similar Creatures, is now available at ShopTNA.com, on iTunes and via other other online music outlets. The album includes his current theme song, the titular track from the album.

The press release notes that Hardy is currently working on his next album, an all-original music project, with Dale Oliver who co-wrote the songs on Similar Creatrures. The album was released through TNA Knockout Music.

This would suggest that Hardy is likely staying with TNA beyond his current contract, which ends in January.



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