Nomeansno (sometimes stylized as NoMeansNo or spelled No Means No) was a Canadian punk rock band formed in Victoria, British Columbia and later relocated to Vancouver. They issued 11 albums, including a collaborative album with Jello Biafra, as well as numerous EPs and singles. Critic Martin Popoff described their music as "the mightiest merger between the hateful aggression of punk and the discipline of heavy metal.
Wrong is the fourth full-length album by Canadian punk rock band Nomeansno. It was released in 1989 through Alternative Tentacles record label. Wrong was described by drummer John Wright as the band's "most popular album by a country mile".
Wrong by Nomeansno, released 01 June 2004 1. It's Catching Up 2. The Tower 3. Brainless Wonder 4. Tired Of Waiting 5. Stocktaking 6. The End Of All Things 7. Big Dick 8. Two Lips, Two Lungs And One Tongue 9. Rags And Bones 10. Oh No! Bruno! 11. All Lies 12. Life In Hell 13. I Am Wrong 14. State Of Grace 15. End Of The World Issued in the fall of 1989, Wrong drew together all the elements of NoMeansNo that had been developing over the previous 10 years
Nomeansno is a band that was started by the bass/drums duo of the brothers Wright. Joining these brothers is Andy Kerr on guitar. Of the two albums of theirs that I have heard, it is the one I prefer. 13. I Am Wrong – This feels like the last tune, which is cool. A lot of times, the last song on an album doesn’t wrap things up real well, but this one does. It makes everything feel complete. It starts out real sludgy with a doom and gloom guitar part.
NoMeansNo - Wrong - 1989 (Canada). Discussion in 'Anarcho-Punk music albums downloads' started by punkmar77, Apr 15, 2011. or Staff Member Admin Team Experienced member. NoMeansNo are a band originally from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada and now located in Vancouver, British Columbia. The band have never had, or have ever seemed to pursue, strong mainstream success, but they do have a devoted underground following in North America and Europe. They tour fairly often on both continents and maintain a dedicated fan base.
Genre: Post-Hardcore. This album is pure madness. NoMeansNo are without a doubt one of the most talented bands in punk, and this record is the proof of that. The rythm section is just out of this world: it's incredibly punchy and moving, chaotic and repetitive but always in the most effectively catchy way possible. The riffs are all over the place, but still get stuck in your head very easily.