Wrong

by Nomeansno

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about

Issued in the fall of 1989, Wrong drew together all the elements of NoMeansNo that had been developing over the previous 10 years. Featuring the original guitarist Andy Kerr, it was a pared down, punk rock headbanger but with the nuance and subtlety that has always set NMN apart from the genre.

Critically a top ten for many at the time, it has remained on all-time favourite lists to this day. Widely considered to be not only the definitive NMN album, but the finest album of it's genre, Wrong features many fan favourites like "It's Catching Up", "The Tower" and possibly the band's most requested song ever, "Rags and Bones". This album solidified NMN's place among all the best punk rock/alternative bands of that era and they have retained that integrity, energy, and freshness to this day.

This is the long overdue reissue of this classic album, featuring the additional bonus tracks "State of Grace" and "End of the World" - rare tracks taken from a single released by Mr Wrong in 1992 - for the first time.

credits

released June 1, 2004

This recording was made in a couple of weeks by Nomeansno, Cecil English and Craig Bougie at Profile Studios, Vancouver, BC, Summer '89.

Remastered by Marc L'Esperance using his digits.

Bass, Guitar and Vocals - Rob Wright
Drums, Percussion and Vocals - John Wright
Guitar, Bass and Vocals - None of your fucking business.

Artwork and Layout/Front & Back Cover - Nomeansno & John Yates.
Updated by Randy Iwata. Adapted from an original photography by David Bruce.

Worms provided by by Tom Holliston.

All songs written, performed & arranged by Nomeansno & Socan except "End Of The World" by Sylvia Dee/Arthur Kent.

"State Of Grace" and "End Of The World" performed by Mr. Wrong.

N.B. Songs may be subject to change.

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Nomeansno Victoria, British Columbia

Nomeansno is a Canadian punk rock band originally from Victoria, now located in Vancouver.

Formed in 1979 by brothers Rob & John Wright, their name derives from an anti-date rape slogan.

The press described their earliest work as "Devo on a jazz trip, Motörhead after art school, or Wire on psychotic steroids."

They are credited with being an influence on, or maybe the genesis of math rock.
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