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  • Audio Cassette (1 Nov. 1991)
  • Label: Virus/Alternative Tentacles
  • ASIN: B000000F8C
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

1. Now
2. Fall
3. 0 + 2 = 1
4. Valley of the Blind
5. Mary
6. Everyday I Start to Ooze
7. When Putting It All in Order Ain't Enough
8. Night Nothing Became Everything
9. I Think You Know
10. Ghosts
11. Joyful Reunion

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By M. Sullivan on 10 Aug. 2001
Format: Audio CD
This record is nomeansno at their vary best. Easily on a par with their massive effort 'WRONG' but more intricate, more acessable and with tracks like 'Mary' and 'Ghosts' they remain harder than ever. Obtain now, or live with a big, black, empty hole in your life.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
No Means No's finest hour? 4 Jan. 2000
By MrFlay - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Nomeansno are the most criminally under-rated band in the history of rock. Buy this and find out how good they are. 0 + 2 = 1 is a more-than-usually accessible mixture of the catchy (Now), the amusing (Every Day I Start To Ooze) and the disturbed (Ghosts). Highly recommended. And then go and buy Wrong...
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Gem from the late "Golden Age of Punk" 17 Dec. 2005
By Bubba Beef Barley - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Simply masterful. Everyone who dissects music apppreciates the nuances of music - we critique everything we hear. When an apex has been reached (Beethoven's Ninth), we know it immediately. But as much as we appreciate the cognitive details in the final cut, it is the emotional force that sets the blood aflow. Side 2 of this baby (Mary, Joyful Reunion, etc.) is PERFECTION - pure, raw yet disturbingly refined, malevolent and fast, the insanity of the unknown coupled with grit your teeth, shove the safety pin through your cheek, down a shot of whatever happens to be available, punch a hole in the wall and get ready to take the "beater" out for some "alley-can bashin".......If you're not bleedin' by the end of side two, you don't know no @#$%!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
poetry and hardcore from Canada 24 July 1999
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Nomeansno started out as a sort of drum-and-bass band from Victoria, BC. They are simply superb, great lyrics and a growling bass, exquisite percussions. I'm a Nomeansno fan for years and saw them live in Belgium, thrilling! This cd is a gem, but, so is all their stuff.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Simply the best 5 Dec. 1999
By J. Lieberman - Published on
Format: Audio CD
NoMeansNo is simply the best band in Rock and Roll. With the possible exception of Led Zepplin, nobody has ever rocked like this.
0+2=1 opens up with the sublimely catchy and country 'Now'. Possibly NMN's most accessable tune. (Which is actually all about sex.) Then they switch to the rhythmic attack of 'This is Love'. A song that nearly summarizes the potential of this band.
Essentially, if you an ear for great Rock, this album will not let you down. Be sure to check 'Mary' and 'Valley of the Blind'. Blistering lyrics for the angst ridden 40 year old teenager inside each of us. Overall, maybe the best of there 20 year career.
180gram color Vinyl review 6 Dec. 2012
By Slippy - Published on
Format: Vinyl
Just saw NOMEANSNO last night in Budapest, Hungary. Pretty good show (not enough from the 'Wrong' album) but I digress.

For the hell of it I picked up 0 + 2 = 1. Had bought this on CD when it first came out, wasn't terribly impressed at the time, but since the price was right and I got my turntable operational again I thought I'd take a stab at the vinyl. Glad I did. The guy at the merchandise table assured me that it was 180gram. When I got it home (after midnight) I couldn't wait to give it a spin. Wow. Heavy slabs and perfectly quiet; not a pop or click. And the vinyl is the most beautiful I've seen. Disc 1 is translucent yellow with black splats while disc 2 is a translucent white with blue splats. Gorgeous to behold. Not sure if the visual aesthetics are a contributing factor, or that they breathed new life into the three tracks from this album that they had played live only an hour before, but I have a newfound appreciation for this curious equation of an album.

If you get a chance pick it up. Again, this is the 2 disc 180gram set.

P.S. at the show I also picked up a 4-track EP on white vinyl supposedly part 1 of the 'Butchering Sacred Cows' series (if such a series exists). This was also clean sounding....but IMO complete and utter garbage. These are remixes where NOMEANSNO vocal is floating above trance-like music. Makes no sense and is boring.
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