Interdimensional Ice Cream Cake

by Cannonball Statman

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aka “the Nonlinear Adventures of Ace, the Interdimensional Diplomat, Volume Two: Choirs with Machine Guns Roam the Streets at Night, Screaming”

“The Nonlinear Adventures of Ace, the Interdimensional Diplomat, Volumes One, Two, and Three” were inspired by the poem “Ace’s Last Night on Earth”: poemhunter.com/poem/ace-s-last-night-on-earth/

These songs were also inspired by having an allergic reaction to an antihistamine on a mountain in Mexico, and the Auden Lincoln-Vogel movie “Zorg II” (which also features the song “3005”): audenlincolnvogel.com/zorg2 // Trailer: youtu.be/_L_advEpB2A

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released July 5, 2019

Gem engineered and produced the recordings, did some lovely screaming on “3005”, and played the drums and organs, on a crisp October afternoon at the Rattle, in London, on Earth.
Jesse wrote the music and lyrics, played the basses and guitars, sang the songs, took the photos of the mannequins and the snow, and designed the album cover.

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Track Name: 3005
When you’re living in the year 3005,
you wear a gas mask just to stay alive.
Choirs with machine guns roam the streets at night,
screaming “ooh!”

When you’re living in the year 3005,
you take a sleeping pill just to get high.
Through the factory smoke, you can’t see the sky.
You go outside, you’re gonna die.
Track Name: Strawberry Ice Cream Cake
Don’t melt my
ice cream cake;
my interdimensional
ice cream cake.

Went down my
zero-gravity
antimatter
highway

to the frosty climes of old Oslo,
where I found snow to throw
at my pet mosquito.

Through Hualien and Tallinn,
I found green tea and ramen,
and froze it with my liquid nitrogen

breath. And the infernal plasma of the sun,
where I deep fried candy bars for this concoction,

and the parks of Paris and Montréal,
where I could not find one bathroom stall

to bake my
ice cream cake;
my interdimensional
ice cream cake,

on the
zero-gravity
antimatter
highway.

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