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Nomeansno - Wrong Album

Nomeansno - Wrong Album
Hardcore, Punk
MP3 album size:
1352 mb
FLAC album size:
1074 mb
Alternative Tentacles


1Oh No! Bruno!3:06
2Two Lips, Two Lungs And One Tongue1:46
3The Tower5:11
4I Am Wrong7:01
5The End Of All Things
Bells – Mark CritchleyTechnician [Live Sound] – Craig BougieVocals [Guest] – Danielle Gagnier
6Big Dick3:15
7Brainless Wonder1:35
9It's Catching Up3:29
10Rags And Bones5:05
11Life In Hell3:54
12Tired Of Waiting1:47
13All Lies6:27


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
VIRUS 77Nomeansno Wrong ‎(LP, Album)Alternative TentaclesVIRUS 77UK & Europe1989
WRONG30CDNomeansno Wrong ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)Wrong Records WRONG30CDUK2004
VIRUS 77CDNomeansno Wrong ‎(CD, Album, RE)Alternative TentaclesVIRUS 77CDUK & EuropeUnknown
SIN119Nomeansno Wrong ‎(Cass, Album)Antena KrzykuSIN119Poland1996
VIRUS 77Nomeansno Wrong ‎(LP, Album)Alternative TentaclesVIRUS 77US1989


  • Bass, Guitar, VocalsRob Wright
  • Drums, VocalsJohn Wright
  • Guitar, Bass, VocalsNone Of Your Fucking Business


This recording was made in a couple of weeks at Profile Studios, Vancouver, B.C., summer '89.
Licensed from Wrong Records. Contains 2 extra tracks (Life In Hell and I Am Wrong) that did not appear on the original LP.
Made in England


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. This album solidified NMN's place among all the best punk rockalternative bands of that era and they have retained that integrity, energy, and freshness to this day. 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. When asked to speculate as to the reasons why Wrong enjoyed such relative success, John Wright attributed it to the mainstream success of Nirvana and the rising popularity of alternative music. One of my personal favorite albums of all time, Wrong is a masterpiece from start to finish and should be required listening for anyone into free to NoMeansNo Wrong It's Catching Up, The Tower and more. 11 tracks 39:56. NoMeansNo - It's Catching Up. NoMeansNo - The Tower. NoMeansNo - Brainless Wonder. NoMeansNo - Tired Of Waiting. NoMeansNo - Stocktaking. NoMeansNo - The End Of All Things. NoMeansNo - Big Dick. NoMeansNo - Two Lips, Two Lungs And One Tongue. Compressorhead album done Now the show. But first, there's millin' to be Name Nomeansno. Album Name Wrong. Type Album. Released date 1989. Labels Alternative Tentacles Records Southern Records Cargo Records. Music StylePunkcore. Members owning this album4. Vinyl 12''. SIDE 1. It's Catching Up. NoMeansNo - Wrong review: Its catching up, Im fucked. It didnt take some grandiose epiphany for Wrong to commandeer my ears and whittle away at my conscience, unlike some other albums I regard as classic. Little by little, the Canadian post-hardcore band opened up for me: deeper layers of complexity appeared, reasons to appreciate the band became evident. Wrong is a classic, and album that easily traverses genre borders but manages to skirt definition, all the while exuding a compressed intensity that becomes a little more naked with each listen. VIRUS 77. Wrong LP, Album. Alternative Tentacles. Years later, NomeansNo is still one of the strongest and least recognized punk rock bands, particularly during their late 80s and early 90s heyday, this being the climax of all their output. What makes Wrong so unique is their emphasis on bass and complex forms that would become heavily influential on later, heavier hardcore bands. Whether breakneck in speed Tired of Waiting, poppy Oh No Bruno, experimental I am Wrong, epic The End of All Things or strangely medeival The Tower, they are able to pull off different ideas and