Cannonade | Omniphonic

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by Cannonade

A 6'8", chemically imbalanced, pale, not very good looking Gemini who enjoys long walks through the desert and is looking for his glasses.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Waste of Mind
2:54 album only
2. All
3:16 album only
3. Twisted Heaven
2:59 album only
4. Not Falling
2:23 album only
5. It Brings Me Down
3:20 album only
6. Where I Want To Be
3:56 album only
7. Tuesday (Wednesday Mix)
3:20 album only
8. Living On The Outside
2:58 album only
9. My Boyfriend
4:41 album only
10. Why I Hate Snowboarding
4:16 album only
11. Time Travel
3:30 album only
12. Something/Anything
7:02 album only
13. (secret track)
3:14 album only


Album Notes
Cannonade is the byproduct of internationally unrenowned superstars DJ Matty B and DJ Scratchamophone. Performing live under the aliases of "Matt Bogdanow" and "Izzy Maxwell," they have made quite a name for themselves in the Boston Electro/Stoner scene. Their first album, entitled "In My Shoe," never peaked on the Billboard charts, but still manages to collect dust in used record stores and their parents' basements alike. Undeterred, Cannonade pushed forth into the new millennium with "Not Afraid To Eat A Light Bulb" which contained the hit song "There's A Cage Around J-House." The song depicted the tragic events begun with Lexington High School's construction plans and leading to it's fictitious flying monkey infestation. Shortly after its release, Izzy and Matt each got girlfriends and unsteady jobs, leading to a lapse in Cannonade recordings from 2000 to 2003 - now known as "The Black Years." Back without a vengeance, DJ's Matty B and Scratchamophone have recently completed their third epic masterpiece, aptly titled "Omniphonic." Blue Volkswagen Eurovan Owner/Singer/Songwriter Nicolas Despo calls it "the best rock and roll album ever." Other non-critics have hailed it as "wayyy better than you guys's first two albums." Omniphonic features the original version of "Living On The Outside" which was recently chosen to appear on the 2003 Nemo Music Showcase Compilation CD. Watch out for Omniphonic in used record stores and their parents' basements fall 2003. In the mean time, check out Cannonade's website: or call our recently disconnected hotline.



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Michael Bernard

With New Omniphonic CD, Cannonade Just Keeps Getting Better
Still can’t get over the new Cannonade CD, Omniphonic. I’ve been following the band since its first bootlegs, and their unique blend of rock, jazz, psychedelic, folk rock and rolling rock just keeps getting better. Maxwell’s vocals are sharp and sensitive without being sentimental, and Bogdanow’s voice adds a nice new contrast and dimension. The arrangements are tight, loose, complex and simple. I’m glad they’ve retained their Zappa-esque sense of humor, like on the hidden Amsterdam track. And the cover art is great too, it belongs on a 12" vinyl. It’s still unbelievable that all that music and those vocals on the cd are just 2 guys. Rumor mill says they’ve found a third, at least for performance purposes. Really looking forward to that, I never understood how the 2 of them could replicate the studio sound live, tho’ I do remember a gig with a recorded track running through the system to help out. A live third should beat that. Keep it up y’all, Omniphonic is awesome!