NoMeansNo: Going Nowhere

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Invisible Publishing’s Bibliophonic series returns, this time with a look at unsung Canadian punk rock heroes, NoMeansNo. NoMeansNo: Going Nowhere tells the story of a band whose career has spanned three decades, 14 albums and spawned an alter-ego that’s become as much a part of the Canadian consciousness as Harold Snepsts or SCTV. Through interviews with band members, friends and fans, this book explores how a punk band from Victoria, B.C. influenced musicians across the world and continues to be force in punk rock.

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Invisible Publishing’s Bibliophonic series returns, this time with a look at unsung Canadian punk rock heroes, NoMeansNo. NoMeansNo: Going Nowhere tells the story of a band whose career has spanned three decades, 14 albums and spawned an alter-ego that’s become as much a part of the Canadian consciousness as Harold Snepsts or SCTV. Through interviews with band members, friends and fans, this book explores how a punk band from Victoria, B.C. influenced musicians across the world and continues to be force in punk rock.

Mark Black is a writer, television producer, humorist and hockey fan. He’s a connoisseur of Canadian culture. Black’s writing has featured in The Coast, Skyscraper and The Dalhousie Gazette. Originally from Cape Breton, he’s now a Halifax local. NoMeansNo: Going Nowhere is his first book.

Weight 0.100 kg
Dimensions 12.1 x 17.8 x 1 cm
Author

Mark Black

Publication Date

15 October 2012

Pages

104

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