Bombs Away | J. Rad

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Liner notes

All Music Written and Performed by J. Rad (Jared Cannata, Jordan Cannata, Gino Rudolph, and Russ Zutto)

Produced, Engineered, and Mixed by Jared Cannata and Jordan Cannata

Recorded at Hotbox Studios

Mastered by Ryan Smith at Sterling Sound

Art Direction, Cover Art, Layout, and Design by Jordan Cannata

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About the artist

Jared Cannata – Guitar/Vocals
Mo Sticky – Drums/Vocals
Gino Rudolph – Lead Vocals

J. Rad is an aggressive, hard rock band hailing from New York that has been pounding the pavement for over a decade. J. Rad’s sound is diverse, ranging from melodic to heavy, and modern to vintage.

The band is known for their very physical and energetic live performances, which leave audiences wanting more. According to Aces Magazine, “Every performance is always hi-energy and exciting. Explosive, sexy, loud, intriguing, and has a lot of adrenaline.” John Lamont (In A Crowd) said, “J. Rad has the "it" factor. I can say all the usual things as. This band is tight. They have great stage presence. Good songwriting skills and so on. Yes they have all that. But too really appreciate J. Rad one must experience them live.”
At the inception, brothers Jared and Jordan (Mo Sticky) Cannata were auditioning singers in hope of finding the voice their musical vision demanded...enter Gino. After a single studio rehearsal, chemistry was apparent. Twelve years later, Gino is still the trademark voice of J. Rad.

Over the years J. Rad has had the opportunity to share the stage with many prominent artists such as Scott Stapp (Creed), Saliva, Filter, Gemini Syndrome, Living Colour, Twisted Sister, Vince Neil (Motlley Crue), Bret Michaels (Poison), Mountain, Eye Empire, Saving Abel, Zach Myers (Shinedown), Styper, LA Guns, Blue Oyster Cult, Joe Bonamassa, Johnny Winter and many others.

In 2010, J. Rad released their first EP entitled “Rise” with producer David Ivory (Halestorm, Silvertide, The Roots, Candlelight Red). “Rise” received great reviews from audiences and critics. This was the catalyst for the band’s continued work with Ivory on their second EP, 2012’s “Falling Apart”, which Aquarian Weekly calls, “well-crafted and well-arranged…You have to check these guys out”.

J. Rad’s new album “Sick Fantasy” is a new direction for the band, exploring J.Rad’s darker side with heavy, driving songs that tell deep and twisted stories. Produced, engineered, and mixed by band co-founders Jared Cannata and Mo Sticky, “Sick Fantasy” is the embodiment of what J. Rad is, was, and will be.

Lyrics

Young skin with crows feet
Blood shot eyes and no disguise
No one cares what I do, so I do what I do, ‘cause I do what I please
Do you like what you see?
Well that doesn’t mean shit to me

Burn, burn it at both ends
Light up the fuse and walk away
Burn, burn it all again
Light up the fuse
Bombs away

I’ll bite the hand that feeds
All of the good that’s inside me
I’ll cut the supply no matter how hard you try
Won’t be undermined
Yeah I like what I see
And that’s all that means shit to me

Burn, burn it at both ends
Light up the fuse and walk away
Burn, burn it all again
Light up the fuse
Bombs away

Bombs away

Burn, burn it at both ends
Light up the fuse and walk away
Burn, burn it all again
Light up the fuse
Bombs away
Burn, burn it at both ends
Light up the fuse and walk away
Burn, burn it all again
Light up the fuse
Bombs away