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NoMeansNo & Hanson Brothers: Would We Be... Live? (2004)

Legendary Canadian punk rock band, Nomeansno take the stage at London's Canden Underworld for a typically breathtaking show. The DVd also features an hour-long set by the band's hockey-loving alter egos, the Hanson Brothers.

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Rob Wright ...
Himself / Robbie Hanson
John Wright ...
Himself / Johnny Hanson
Tom Holliston ...
Himself / Tommy Hanson
Ernie Hawkins ...
Ernie Hanson
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Legendary Canadian punk rock band, Nomeansno take the stage at London's Canden Underworld for a typically breathtaking show. The DVd also features an hour-long set by the band's hockey-loving alter egos, the Hanson Brothers.

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10 February 2004 (USA)  »

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Nomeansno's final encore is 'Hey Hey My My' by Neil Young. See more »

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References Slap Shot (1977) See more »

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28 November 2005 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Fantastic. One of the best concert DVD's I've seen......some extras would have been nice (interview w/ band, archive footage), but really captures one of the best bands on the planet playing a fantastic set, to an enthusiastic crowd. After watching this, I am now convinced that John Wright is the best drummer on the planet, and there isn't a rhythm section as tight as the Wright Brothers. The great camera work really gives you the essence of experiencing a live NomeansNo show...at times the sound is a little weak, which can detract from the performance, but thankfully this occurs only rarely....all in all, this is a must have for any serious music fan, and I look forward to more from the Wright Brothers in the future.


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