No Waves in Hell
NO WAVES IN HELL (The first anti-m album) The Anti-M concept album. Conceived by John Wardlaw and put together by Ruston Slager and John Wardlaw the album tells the bizarre story of a surfer who dreams he goes to hell and finds nowhere to surf. The music was written very seriously and the lyrics go from serious to humor. There is some dialog between tracks. Songs were featured in Hawaiian surf video DVD Hawaiian Surf Stories Review 1-Predominantly a synths-based album, it features the odd song, short link narrative tracks, the occasional electric and electrifying guitar solos, spooky voices buried in the depths, some mighty flowing lead synth lines from the three musicians and a staggering 21 tracks in sixty-eight minutes. The mood of the album is pretty varied from intense multi-synth darkwave flows of warming music through more delicate refrains from guitar and the massive synthbank that surrounds and envelops the mix, to the D.Mode style songs, on one of the strangest albums I've heard in ages. -Andy Garibaldi-CD Services Review 2-Albuquerque-very cool stuff! On Cyber-Age show 'you've got my full support on this'. -Tommy T. KUNM radio Review 3-Wedge and the boys from Anti-M have created a masterpiece in No Waves In Hell. There are so many great songs on this CD that I keep coming back for more. I particularly like Meltin Penguins, Yuppie Music and the title tracks. Anti-M's versatility, creativity and injection of humor and satire into their music, makes listening to No Waves fun. Buy this CD, share this music with friends, and join the Anti-M wave. -Dave Crist.