NoMeansNo

By Mark Black

NoMeansNo
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NoMeansNo: Going Nowhere, looks at a band whose career has spanned three decades, 14 albums and produced an alter ego that’s become as much a part of the Canadian consciousness as SCTV. Through interviews with band members, bit players and fans, the book will explore how one ... Read more


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NoMeansNo: Going Nowhere, looks at a band whose career has spanned three decades, 14 albums and produced an alter ego that’s become as much a part of the Canadian consciousness as SCTV. Through interviews with band members, bit players and fans, the book will explore how one punk band from Victoria, B. C. influenced musicians across the world and continue to be force in punk rock.

Mark Black

Mark Black is currently the manager of the library and archives at Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity. He holds a Bachelor of Arts with an advanced major in English as well as a Master of Library and Information Science from Dalhousie University. His work has appeared in The Coast, Dalhousie Gazette, Habs Eyes on the Prize, and Skyscraper . His best job to date was working for CBC's Street Cents . No one is invested enough to read this far, but his second best job might have been working at Rita MacNeil's tea room in Big Pond, Cape Breton.

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Bibliophonic series appeases die-hards in a format thateven the most casual fan can digest. -Exclaim

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