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Technicolor Dreamcast

From the hills of Rochester come the Technicolor Dreamcast. The Technicolor Dreamcast was formed in 2002 and was origanally called Hefty B.O.B. and The Technicolor Dreamcast. The band was formed by Matt Fisher and Matt Malek for fun. The Matt's created two albums in 2003 (Catfish Vs. Barnacle, and I Just Want To Be A Sheep) but were never realesed to public for classified reasons. They also recorded two songs named Evil in the Cantelope's Bosom and Sloth Convention. When Hefty B.O.B. and The Technicolor Dreamcast wanted to get serious about their art they hired traveling musician Kevin Wood an ...read more

From the hills of Rochester come the Technicolor Dreamcast. The Technicolor Dreamcast was formed in 2002 and was origanally called Hefty B.O.B. and The Technicolor Dreamcast. The band was formed by Matt Fisher and Matt Malek for fun. The Matt's created two albums in 2003 (Catfish Vs. Barnacle, and I Just Want To Be A Sheep) but were never realesed to public for classified reasons. They also recorded two songs named Evil in the Cantelope's Bosom and Sloth Convention. When Hefty B.O.B. and The Technicolor Dreamcast wanted to get serious about their art they hired traveling musician Kevin Wood and Producer Erin Rioux in 2004 to help them with their future project. They also changed the name of their band to The Sadamas, but they changed it back to just Technicolor Dreamcast to describe their whimsical sound. On September 18, 2006 the Technicolor Dreamcast released their masterpiece "Catology" to the public. The cd was a hit and sold out its first day. The band is currently touring and working on songs for their next album. « hide


Catology
2006

4.7
8 Votes
Hefty B.O.B. Years
2002

2.6
4 Votes

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