A number of times over the past few years I've had people reccommend I check out Nomeansno. However, for one reason or another I either refrained from doing so, or was to busy to check them out. Just the other day, I imported one of their albums onto my computer while I was working at the college radio. The album was "Dance of the Headless Bourgoisie" and I was floored by it. This album revived my love of punk, pulled me out of the indie rock hipster-ghetto, and thrust me into the stacks of old punk releases I've had. And this wasn't even their best album. Now, I began to actively seek out Nomeansno's releases, and I know I remember reading about their breaking up about a year or so ago. But I've found its nearly impossible to find most of their releases, especially "Wrong". I've checked their label's website, Amazon, CDbaby, Angry Young and Poor, Interpunk and Rarepunk.com and I haven't been able to find it on CD (I don't have a turntable unfortunately). This is yet another experience where I've found a great band too late. I wish there was some lesson I could derive from this, but there isn't one that I don't already know. I guess I'll have to do some small record store and used bin diving for a while. Though it will be weird to discover such a seminal album in a used bin (another post for another time). I will end this self-indulgent thread by say: I highly reccommend checking out NomeansNo! They honestly sound like a punk version of Primus. Bass-driven, weird and CREEPY as hell, but awesome none the less. Don't make the same mistake I did! Hurry!