Musically, Antilogical is mostly an old school punk rock band. What sets them apart is singer/guitarist Dustin Anderson’s voice. It’s a squawk that sort of floats over the instruments like a disembodied spirit. The lyrics range from relatively serious to relatively absurd. A-side opener “WWHD” starts off with some hard, funky bass before it really kicks into gear. Overall, the bass lines are more complex than your average punk band. On “Plastic Safe”, some of the words are delivered in the spoken word style of Jello Biafra or maybe Doc Dart (Crucifucks). The surf influenced guitar is a bit reminiscent of ‘East Bay’ Ray too. “Lie for Lie” and “Fairytales” on the B-side follow a similar formula. The songs are all in the 2-3 minute range, and there’s not a bad one in the bunch.
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W.W.H.D. = What Would Horace Do
this track is a satirical look at how some look to a higher power to do the right thing but often are only picking the parts they agree with.
You never done me right now you're going on my list. Move away from this fucking town and become a communist. Made my way across this country fighting with my fists. Found a Jesus bracelet now I'm a Socialist (singing) What would Horace do. He's a selfless peaceful man he don't need to pray or wish. He'd never start a war and make friends with the Fascist. Hang out where he's needed the most among the filth and sick. Celebrating LOVE and who you LOVE is regardless. (singing) What would Jesus do. What Would the Holy Krishna do. Life is a community. That's what Buddha wants from you and me. We gotta treat each other with equality because in death we're all the same. Life is a community. That's what Horace wants from you and me. We gotta treat each other with equality because in death we're all the same. So join my club and drink the Kool-Aid and I'll tell you what's in it. Don't be a fool or a "chicken shit conformist like your parents"