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No Means Helll Yes

I've been waiting quite a while for this album to come out on itunes, though I know I could full well download it for free, I think that musicians deserve to be paid for their work.
This is the perfect album, I don't like NoMeansNo much, but this album is an amazing piece of work, I simply can't hate any part of it. The highlights for me are beyond counting,and the songs I don't like too much are still invigorating.

Best album of all time

The best album of all time.

Better than most things

This one time many years ago, I met a girl. She asked me if I knew of nomeansno. I did not. She never talked to me ever again. Now I know why.

Biography

Formed: Victoria, British Columbia, Canad

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

An often bizarre punk band from Victoria, British Columbia, Nomeansno formed around brothers Rob (bass, guitar, vocals) and John Wright (vocals, drums, keyboards). Andy Kerr joined up in the early '80s on guitar and vocals, and upon his departure in the early '90s, the band recruited guitarist Tom Holliston as his replacement. The group's punk hybrid also encompasses touches of jazz, funk, and metal, with special emphasis laid on jarring, hard-to-follow rhythms. Their lyrics are often self-consciously...
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