Wrong (studio album) by NoMeansNo

Wrong by NoMeansNo
Year: 1989
Overall rank: 1,476th   Overall chart historyOverall chart history
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79/100 (from 139 votes)
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Award Top albums of the 1980s (231st)
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79/100 (from 139 votes)
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From 04/09/2021 00:00
Quer punk, fila da puta! Toma esse álbum! Fantástico!!
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From 11/01/2020 21:37
Probably NoMeansNo's strongest album, in every sense of the word. However, one wonders how it could have sounded with someone like Steve Albini producing it, if the booming, super-polished sound that enhances their progressive rock cleanness was instead a drier, corrosive sound that brings up the unmatched intensity of their live performances. Still, Wrong rocks more relentlessly than most albums I know and should be a euphoric experience to anyone who loves rock music.
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From 10/27/2019 02:27
The principal reason I don't trust in this world is the reason that this album is not on the Top 100 of the best albums of all time.

Intense is a very little word for this album, is chaotic, raw, humorous at the same time... Somebody said it before, is Minutemen on steroids, mixed with a little of Rush in there (For this band being Canadian must be the reason). Must be replayed all over and over again. AMAZING.
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From 08/14/2019 22:41
Instrumentation? Undeniably amazing. But, even though I'm not a lyrics guy, these ones just get to me. When the lyrics are mixed so cleanly and clearly right in the center, its hard not to listen to them. But once I do, I usually find it detracts from the awesome riffage. I'd expect "The Tower" to come from some cut-rate Metallica impersonators, and maybe set over some bungling chugga-chugga-chugga metal guitars it would sound at home. But I expect a little more depth, or complexity, from a band as clearly talented as this. Just the syntax and verbiage seem too juvenile. The rest feel just the same. I can tell there might be some commentary under some of these songs, but I honestly can't be interested enough in them to find out. But goddamn does the rest of the band do such a good job. The drumming, guitars, bass, all of it.
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From 02/17/2015 01:58
The best punk album ever made. For real.
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From 11/12/2014 08:43
You would be hard pressed to find more elite musicanship in punk rocks. This is not even my favourite of theirs, but iMO is the culmination of their "high water" period.
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From 12/10/2012 22:13
Underrated and overlooked Canadian punk. Not the deepest stuff out there, but there's more to it than meets the eye.
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From 02/22/2011 12:36
just listen to "Rags And Bones" and "Oh No! Bruno!" , then you will understand why you should listened to this brilliant punk album.
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