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Nirvana

Prior to Nirvana, alternative music was consigned to specialty sections of record stores, and major labels considered it to be, at the very most, a tax write-off. After the band's second album, 1991's Nevermind, nothing was ever quite the same, for better and for worse. Nirvana popularized punk, post-punk, and indie rock, unintentionally bringing them into the American mainstream like no other band to date. While their sound was equal parts Black Sabbath (as learned by fellow Washington underground rockers the Melvins) and Cheap Trick, Nirvana's aesthetics were strictly indie rock. They covered Vaselines songs, they revived new wave cuts by Devo, and leader Kurt Cobain relentlessly pushed his favorite bands -- whether it was the art punk of the Raincoats or the country-fried hardcore of the Meat Puppets -- as if his favorite records were always more important than his own music.

While Nirvana's ideology was indie rock and their melodies were pop, the sonic rush of their records and live shows merged post-industrial white noise with heavy metal grind. And that's what made the group an unprecedented multi-platinum sensation. Jane's Addiction and Soundgarden may have proven to the vast American heavy metal audience that alternative could rock, and the Pixies may have merged pop sensibilities with indie rock white noise, but Nirvana pulled at all together, creating a sound that was both fiery and melodic. Since Nirvana were rooted in the indie aesthetic but loved pop music, they fought their stardom while courting it, becoming some of the most notorious anti-rock stars in history. The result was a conscious attempt to shed their audience with the abrasive In Utero, which only partially fulfilled the band's goal. But by that point, the fate of the band and Kurt Cobain had been sealed. Suffering from drug addiction and manic depression, Cobain had become destructive and suicidal, though his management and label were able to hide the extent of his problems from the public until April 8, 1994, when he was found dead of a self-inflicted shotgun wound. Cobain may not have been able to weather Nirvana's success, but the band's legacy stands as one of the most influential in rock & roll history.

Kurt Cobain (vocals, guitar) met Chris Novoselic (born Krist Novoselic) (bass) in 1985 in Aberdeen, Washington, a small logging town 100 miles away from Seattle. While Novoselic came from a relatively stable background, Cobain's childhood had been thrown into turmoil when his parents divorced when he was eight. Following the divorce, he lived at the homes of various relatives, developing a love for the Beatles and then heavy metal in the process. Eventually, American hardcore punk worked its way into dominating his listening habits and he met the Melvins, an Olympia-based underground heavy punk band. Cobain began playing in punk bands like Fecal Matter, often with the Melvins' bassist, Dale Crover. Through the Melvins' leader, Buzz Osborne, Cobain met Novoselic, who also had an intense interest in punk, which meant that he, like Cobain, felt alienated from the macho, redneck population of Aberdeen. The duo decided to form a band called the Stiff Woodies, with Cobain on drums, Novoselic on bass, and a rotating cast of guitarists and vocalists. The group went through name changes as quickly as guitarists, before deciding that Cobain would play guitar and sing. Renamed Skid Row, the new trio featured drummer Aaron Burkhart, who left the band by the end of 1986 and was replaced by Chad Channing. By 1987, the band was called Nirvana.

Nirvana began playing parties in Olympia, gaining a cult following. During 1987, the band made ten demos with producer Jack Endino, who played the recordings to Jonathan Poneman, one of the founders of the Seattle-based indie label Sub Pop. Poneman signed Nirvana, and in December of 1988, the band released its first single, a cover of Shocking Blue's "Love Buzz." Sub Pop orchestrated an effective marketing scheme, which painted the band as backwoods, logging-town hicks, which irritated Cobain and Novoselic. While "Love Buzz" was fairly well-received, the band's debut album, Bleach, was what got the ball rolling. Recorded for just over $600 and released in the spring of 1989, Bleach slowly became a hit on college radio, due to the group's consistent touring. Though Jason Everman was credited as a second guitarist on the sleeve of Bleach, he didn't appear on the record; he only toured in support of the album before leaving the band at the end of the year to join Soundgarden and then Mindfunk. Bleach sold 35,000 copies and Nirvana became favorites of college radio, the British weekly music press, and Sonic Youth, Mudhoney, and Dinosaur Jr., which was enough to attract the attention of major labels.

During the summer of 1990, Nirvana released "Sliver"/"Dive," which was recorded with Mudhoney's Dan Peters on drums and produced by Butch Vig. The band also made a six-song demo with Vig, which was shopped to major labels, who soon began competing to sign the group. In August, they hit the road with Sonic Youth's Goo tour (including Crover on drums). By the end of the summer, Dave Grohl, formerly of the D.C.-based hardcore band Scream, had become Nirvana's drummer and the band signed with DGC for $287,000. Nirvana recorded their second album with Vig, completing the record in June of 1991. Nevermind was released in September, supported by a quick American tour. While DGC was expecting a moderately successful release, in the neighborhood of 100,000 copies, Nevermind immediately became a smash hit, quickly selling out its initial shipment of 50,000 copies and creating a shortage across America. What helped the record become a success was "Smells Like Teen Spirit," a blistering four-chord rocker that was accompanied by a video that shot into heavy MTV rotation. By the beginning of 1992, "Smells Like Teen Spirit" had climbed into the American Top Ten and Nevermind bumped Michael Jackson's much-touted comeback album Dangerous off the top of the album charts; it reached the British Top Ten shortly afterward. By February, the album had been certified triple platinum.

Nirvana's success took the music industry by surprise, Nirvana included. It soon become apparent that the band wasn't quite sure how to handle its success. Around the time of Nevermind's release, the band was into baiting its audience -- Cobain appeared on MTV's Headbangers Ball in drag, the group mocked the tradition of miming on the BBC's Top of the Pops by Novoselic constantly throwing his bass into the air and Cobain singing his live vocals in the style of Ian Curtis, and their traditional live destruction of instruments was immortalized on a Saturday Night Live performance that ended with Novoselic and Grohl sharing a kiss -- but by the spring, questions had begun to arise about the band's stability. Cobain married Courtney Love, the leader of the indie rock/foxcore band Hole, in February of 1992, announcing that the couple was expecting a child in the fall. Shortly after the marriage, rumors that Cobain and Love were heavy heroin users began to circulate and the strength of the rumors only increased when Nirvana canceled several summer concerts and refused to mount a full-scale American tour during the summer. Cobain complained that he was suffering from chronic stomach troubles, which seemed to be confirmed when he was admitted to a Belfast hospital after a June concert. But heroin rumors continued to surface, especially in the form of a late-summer Vanity Fair article implying that Love was using during her pregnancy. Both Love and Cobain denied the article's allegations, and publicly harassed and threatened the article's author. Love delivered Frances Bean Cobain, a healthy baby girl, on August 18, 1992, but the couple soon battled with Los Angeles' children's services, who claimed they were unfit parents on the basis of the Vanity Fair article. The couple was granted custody of the child by the beginning of 1993.

Since Cobain was going through such well-documented personal problems, Nirvana were unable to record a follow-up to Nevermind until the spring of 1993. In the meantime, DGC released the odds-and-ends compilation Incesticide late in 1992; the album reached number 39 in the U.S. and number 14 U.K. As Nirvana prepared to make their third album, they released "Oh, the Guilt" as a split single with the Jesus Lizard on Touch & Go Records. Choosing Steve Albini (Pixies, the Breeders, Big Black, the Jesus Lizard) as their producer, they recorded their third album, In Utero, in two weeks during the spring of 1993. Following its completion, controversy began to surround Nirvana again. Cobain suffered a heroin overdose on May 2, but the event was hidden from the press. The following month, Love called police to their Seattle home after Cobain locked himself in the bathroom, threatening suicide. Prior to debuting In Utero material during the New Music Seminar at New York's Roseland Ballroom in July, Cobain had another covered-up overdose. By that time, reports began to circulate, including an article in Newsweek, that DGC was unhappy with the forthcoming album, and making accusations that the band deliberately made an uncommercial record. Both the band and the label denied such allegations. Deciding that Albini's production was too flat, Nirvana decided to remaster the album with R.E.M.'s producer, Scott Litt.

In Utero was released in September of 1993 to positive reviews and strong initial sales, debuting at the top of the U.S. and U.K. charts. Nirvana supported it with a fall American tour, hiring former Germs member Pat Smear as an auxiliary guitarist. While the album and the tour were both successful, sales weren't quite as strong as expected, with several shows not selling out until the week of the concert. As a result, the group agreed to play MTV's acoustic Unplugged show at the end of the year, and sales of In Utero picked up after its December airing. After wrapping up the U.S. tour on January 8, 1994, with a show at Center Arena in Seattle, Nirvana embarked on a European tour in February. Following a concert in Munich on February 29, Cobain stayed in Rome to vacation with Love. On March 4, she awakened to find that Cobain had attempted suicide by overdosing on the tranquilizer Rohypnol and drinking champagne. While the attempt was initially reported as an accidental overdose, it was known within the Nirvana camp that the vocalist had left behind a suicide note.

Cobain returned to Seattle within a week of his hospitalization and his mental illness began to grow. On March 18, the police had to again talk the singer out of suicide after he locked himself in a room threatening to kill himself. Love and Nirvana's management organized an intervention program that resulted in Cobain's admission to the Exodus Recovery Center in L.A. on March 30, but he escaped from the clinic on April 1, returning to Seattle. His mother filed a missing persons report on April 4. The following day, Cobain shot himself in the head at his Seattle home. His body wasn't discovered until April 8, when an electrician contracted to install an alarm system at the Cobain house stumbled upon the body. After his death, Kurt Cobain was quickly anointed as a spokesman for Generation X, as well as a symbol of its tortured angst.

Novoselic and Grohl planned to release a double-disc live album at the end of 1994, but sorting through the tapes proved to be too painful, so MTV Unplugged in New York appeared in its place. The album debuted at the top of the British and American charts, as a home video comprised of live performances and interviews from the band's Nevermind era, titled Live! Tonight! Sold Out!, was issued at the same time (the project began prior to Cobain's passing and was completed by surviving bandmembers). In 1996, MTV Unplugged in New York's electric counterpart, From the Muddy Banks of the Wishkah, was released, debuting at the top of the U.S. charts. Following Cobain's death, Grohl formed the Foo Fighters (early rumors that Novoselic would also be a member of the band ultimately proved to be false), releasing their self-titled debut album in 1995, followed by The Colour and the Shape in 1997 and There Is Nothing Left to Lose in 1999. Novoselic formed the trio Sweet 75, releasing their debut in the spring of 1997, and also appeared along with former Dead Kennedys frontman Jello Biafra and former Soundgarden guitarist Kim Thayil on the 2000 live set Live from the Battle in Seattle under the name the No W.T.O. Combo.

By the late '90s, Novoselic began research for a proposed box set of previously unreleased songs from throughout Nirvana's career. The project was supposed to surface in the fall of 2001 (to coincide with the tenth anniversary release of Nevermind), but legal issues delayed its release. Finally, the Nirvana LLC partnership -- which included Grohl and Novoselic plus Courtney Love, who manages Cobain's estate -- came to an agreement and the album-length compilation Nirvana was released in October of 2002. Although that release included only one unreleased song, the long-awaited box set, titled With the Lights Out, appeared in late 2004, including three discs of rare and unreleased material plus a live DVD that featured material filmed as early as 1988. The band's 1992 set at the Reading Festival was released in 2009 as Live at Reading. The same year, Sub Pop began a Nirvana studio album reissue campaign with Bleach; special 20th-anniversary editions of Nevermind and In Utero followed in 2011 and 2013, respectively. In 2014, Nirvana was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame by R.E.M.'s Michael Stipe. Cobain's place in the induction performance was taken by several vocalists, including Joan Jett and Kim Gordon. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine & Greg Prato
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Selected Discography

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Track List: With The Lights Out

Disc 1

1. Heartbreaker (Live) (First Nirvana Show)

2. Anorexorcist (Radio Performance)

3. White Lace And Strange (Radio Performance)

4. Help Me I'm Hungry (Radio Performance)

5. Mrs. Butterworth (Rehearsel Recording)

6. If You Must (Demo)

7. Pen Cap Chew (Demo)

8. Downer (Live)

9. Floyd The Barber (Live)

10. Raunchola/Moby Dick (Live)

11. Beans (Solo Acoustic)

12. Don't Want It All (Solo Acoustic)

13. Clean Up Before She Comes (Solo Acoustic)

14. Polly (Solo Acoustic)

15. About A Girl (Solo Acoustic)

16. Blandest (Demo)

17. Dive (Demo)

18. They Hung Him On A Cross (Demo)

19. Grey Goose (Demo)

20. Ain't It A Shame (Demo)

21. Token Eastern Song (Demo)

22. Even In His Youth (Demo)

23. Polly (Demo)

Disc 2

1. Opinion (Solo Acoustic)

2. Lithium (Solo Acoustic)

3. Been A Son (Solo Acoustic)

4. Sliver (Solo Acoustic)

5. Where Did You Sleep Last Night (Solo Acoustic)

6. Pay To Play (Demo)

7. Here She Comes Now (Demo)

8. Drain You (Demo)

9. Aneurysm (Demo)

10. Smells Like Teen Spirit (Rehearsel Demo)

11. Breed (Rough Mix)

12. Verse Chorus Verse (Outtake)

13. Old Age (Outtake)

14. Endless, Nameless (Radio Appearance)

15. Dumb (Radio Appearance)

16. D-7 (Radio Appearance)

17. Oh, The Guilt (B-side)

18. Curmudgeon (B-side)

19. Return Of The Rat (Outtake)

20. Smells Like Teen Spirit (Butch Vig Mix)

Disc 3

1. Rape Me (Solo Acoustic)

2. Rape Me (Demo)

3. Scentless Apprentice (Rehearsal Demo)

4. Heart Shaped Box (Demo)

5. I Hate Myself And I Want To Die (B-side)

6. Milk It (Demo)

7. M. V. (Demo)

8. Gallons Of Rubbing Alcohol Flow Through The Strip (B-side)

9. The Other Improv (Demo)

10. Serve The Servants (Solo Acoustic)

11. Very Ape (Solo Acoustic)

12. Pennyroyal Tea (Solo Acoustic)

13. Marigold (B-side)

14. Sappy (B-side)

15. Jesus Doesn't Want Me For A Sunbeam (Rehearsal Demo)

16. Do Re Mi (Solo Acoustic)

17. You Know You're Right (Solo Acoustic)

18. All Apologies (Solo Acoustic)

Disc 4
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Track List: Nirvana

1. You Know You're Right

2. About A Girl

3. Been A Son

4. Sliver

5. Smells Like Teen Spirit

6. Come As You Are

7. Lithium

8. In Bloom

9. Heart-Shaped Box

10. Pennyroyal Tea

11. Rape Me

12. Dumb

13. All Apologies

14. The Man Who Sold The World (Live)

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Track List: From The Muddy Banks Of The Wishkah

1. Intro-Hey (Live)

2. School (Live)

3. Drain You (Wishkah) (Live)

4. Aneurysm (Live)

5. Smells Like Teen Spirit (Live)

6. Been A Son (Live)

7. Lithium (Live)

8. Sliver (Live)

9. Spank Thru (Live)

10. Scentless Apprentice (Muddy) (Live)

11. Heart-Shaped Box (Live)

12. Milk It (Live)

13. Negative Creep (Live)

14. Polly (Live)

15. Breed (Muddy) (Live)

16. Eagle Has Landed-Tourettes (Live)

17. Blew (Live)

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Track List: Unplugged (Live)

1. About A Girl (Live)

2. Come As You Are (Live)

3. Jesus Doesn't Want Me For A Sunbeam (Live)

4. The Man Who Sold The World (Live)

5. Pennyroyal Tea (Live)

6. Dumb (Live)

7. Polly (Live)

8. On A Plain (Live)

9. Something In The Way (Live)

10. Plateau (Live)

11. Oh Me (Live)

12. Lake Of Fire (Live)

13. All Apologies (Live)

14. Where Did You Sleep Last Night (Live)

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Track List: In Utero

1. Serve The Servants

2. Scentless Apprentice

3. Heart-Shaped Box

4. Rape Me

5. Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge On Seattle

6. Dumb

7. Very Ape

8. Milk It

9. Pennyroyal Tea

10. Radio Friendly Unit Shifter

11. Tourette's

12. All Apologies

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Track List: In Utero (20th Anniversary Super Deluxe)

Disc 1

1. Serve The Servants

2. Scentless Apprentice

3. Heart-Shaped Box

4. Rape Me

5. Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge On Seattle

6. Dumb

7. Very Ape

8. Milk It

9. Pennyroyal Tea

10. Radio Friendly Unit Shifter

11. Tourette's

12. All Apologies

13. Gallons Of Rubbing Alcohol Flow Through The Strip

14. Marigold (B-Side)

15. Moist Vagina (2013 Mix)

16. Sappy (2013 Mix)

17. I Hate Myself And Want To Die (2013 Mix)

18. Pennyroyal Tea (Scott Litt Mix)

19. Heart Shaped Box

20. All Apologies (Original Steve Albini 1993 Mix)

Disc 2

1. Serve The Servants (2013 Mix)

2. Scentless Apprentice (2013 Mix)

3. Heart Shaped Box (2013 Mix)

4. Rape Me (2013 Mix)

5. Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge On Seattle (2013 Mix)

6. Dumb (2013 Mix)

7. Very Ape (2013 Mix)

8. Milk It (2013 Mix)

9. Pennyroyal Tea (2013 Mix)

10. Radio Friendly Unit Shifter (2013 Mix)

11. Tourette's (2013 Mix)

12. All Apologies (2013 Mix)

13. Scentless Apprentice (Demo)

14. Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge On Seattle (Instrumental)

15. Dumb (Instrumental)

16. Very Ape (Instrumental)

17. Pennyroyal Tea (Instrumental)

18. Radio Friendly Unit Shifter (Instrumental)

19. Tourette's (Instrumental)

20. Marigold (Demo)

21. All Apologies (Demo)

22. Forgotten Tune (Instrumental)

23. Jam (Word Of Mouth Demo)

Disc 3
Disc 4
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Track List: In Utero (20th Anniversary Deluxe Edition)

Disc 1

1. Serve The Servants

2. Scentless Apprentice

3. Heart-Shaped Box

4. Rape Me

5. Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge On Seattle

6. Dumb

7. Very Ape

8. Milk It

9. Pennyroyal Tea

10. Radio Friendly Unit Shifter

11. Tourette's

12. All Apologies

13. Gallons Of Rubbing Alcohol Flow Through The Strip

14. Marigold (B-Side)

15. Moist Vagina (B-Side)

16. Sappy (2013 Mix)

17. I Hate Myself And Want To Die (2013 Mix)

18. Pennyroyal Tea (Scott Litt Mix)

19. Heart-Shaped Box

20. All Apologies

Disc 2

1. Serve The Servants (2013 Mix)

2. Scentless Apprentice (2013 Mix)

3. Heart-Shaped Box (2013 Mix)

4. Rape Me (2013 Mix)

5. Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge On Seattle (2013 Mix)

6. Dumb (2013 Mix)

7. Very Ape (2013 Mix)

8. Milk It (2013 Mix)

9. Pennyroyal Tea (2013 Mix)

10. Radio Friendly Unit Shifter (2013 Mix)

11. Tourette's (2013 Mix)

12. All Apologies (2013 Mix)

13. Scentless Apprentice

14. Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge On Seattle (Instrumental)

15. Dumb (Instrumental)

16. Very Ape (Instrumental)

17. Pennyroyal Tea (Instrumental)

18. Radio Friendly Unit Shifter (Instrumental)

19. Tourettes (Instrumental)

20. Marigold (Demo)

21. All Apologies (Demo)

22. Forgotten Tune (Instrumental)

23. Jam (Word Of Mouth Demo)

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Track List: Incesticide

1. Dive

2. Sliver

3. Stain

4. Been A Son

5. Turnaround

6. Molly's Lips

7. Son Of A Gun

8. Polly (New Wave)

9. Beeswax

10. Downer

11. Mexican Seafood

12. Hairspray Queen

13. Aero Zeppelin

14. Big Long Now

15. Aneurysm

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Track List: Nevermind

1. Smells Like Teen Spirit

2. In Bloom

3. Come As You Are

4. Breed

5. Lithium

6. Polly

7. Territorial Pissings

8. Drain You

9. Lounge Act

10. Stay Away

11. On A Plain

12. Something In The Way

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Track List: Bleach (Deluxe Edition)

1. Blew

2. Floyd The Barber

3. About A Girl

4. School

5. Love Buzz

6. Paper Cuts

7. Negative Creep

8. Scoff

9. Swap Meet

11. Sifting

12. Big Cheese

13. Downer

14. Intro (Live At Pine Street Theatre)

15. School (Live At Pine Street Theatre)

16. Floyd The Barber (Live At Pine Street Theatre)

17. Dive (Live At Pine Street Theatre)

18. Love Buzz (Live At Pine Street Theatre)

19. Spank Thru (Live At Pine Street Theatre)

20. Molly's Lips (Live At Pine Street Theatre)

21. Sappy (Live At Pine Street Theatre)

22. Scoff (Live At Pine Street Theatre)

23. About A Girl (Live At Pine Street Theatre)

24. Been A Son (Live At Pine Street Theatre)

25. Blew (Live At Pine Street Theatre)

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Track List: Bleach

1. Blew

2. Floyd The Barber

3. About A Girl

4. School

5. Love Buzz

6. Paper Cuts

7. Negative Creep

8. Scoff

9. Swap Meet

11. Sifting

12. Big Cheese

13. Downer

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Track List: Live At Reading

1. Breed (Live At Reading)

2. Drain You (Live At Reading)

3. Aneurysm (Live At Reading)

4. School (Live At Reading)

5. Sliver (Live At Reading)

6. In Bloom (Live At Reading)

7. Come As You Are (Live At Reading)

8. Lithium (Live At Reading)

9. About A Girl (Live At Reading)

10. Tourette's (Live At Reading)

11. Polly (Live At Reading)

12. Lounge Act (Live At Reading)

13. Smells Like Teen Spirit (Live At Reading)

14. On A Plain (Live At Reading)

15. Negative Creep (Live At Reading)

16. Been A Son (Live At Reading)

17. All Apologies (Live At Reading)

18. Blew (Live At Reading)

19. Dumb (Live At Reading)

20. Stay Away (Live At Reading)

21. Spank Thru (Live At Reading)

22. The Money Will Roll Right In (Live At Reading)

23. D-7 (Live At Reading)

24. Territorial Pissings (Live At Reading)

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What is nirvana doing on a7x radio?
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Keepah keeping on
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⚡️ KeEPaH RoCKinG ⚡️
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Song by nirvana : serve the servants
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Sounds as if he says : someone's someone alone - yeah : playing music really loud because no-one's home :)
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Candice Webb what the f**k are you
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juggalo.rile y
sad how this isnt updated.. His mom didn't call to file a missing persons report, his b**ch wife courtney filed it pretending to be her saying that people wouldn't have believed her otherwise because she was seen as the b**ch junky she was.
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smells like the only song you know
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Hello Hello hello
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Ths sng means more now...uve got fckn little frks wearin nokoff Nirvana tees...order i n 'em from *Delia's 4 fck sake...getn the albums frm American Eagle...omfg , siksiksiksik s i k s i k . . . m a s s peace...thnx 4 the vent...

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You all sick suck my asssssss Nirvamama is e bad band no good f**k, Their music is good
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www.rodneyva n c e t h e a r t i s t . c o m
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Is there a song on how the hater loses ? A WHOLE FREAKING MOVIE ❗️ boy the lessons one will learn and more ...
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Thanx jealous haters, now I'm zealous
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Now I know what tuh do, as older & good thing -
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In a way, I'm glad there was something in the way , or else, I'd have unwanted, unplanned babies way too young- oh there's so many details
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Be original
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Some people haven't a way with words
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One of the most overrated bands of the 90s. I'm not saying I hate them but they're an okay band.
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I'm so sick of this bullshit! All these "put this on 5 other songs!" crap! So copy this and put it on 5 other songs to END chain posting!
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\^^| ROCK ON |^^/
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@ i.wana.befre e : your a moron idiot loser type people see at public places just taking punches like a champ - ok, made my self laugh - ef off b**ch
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He's not dead, he's wandering the streets of Los Angeles
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Why did kurt die ?
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Should*
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Sounds like devan quit hating, and just skip the song huh?
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I wish kurt was still alive ��

I love nirvana
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Dumb, breed and sliver are my favorites.
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Sounds like devan needs to clean out his ears?
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Kurt was awesome
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kurt cobain was not suicidal if you watch documentarys about band members and his friends they all say he was hilarious and happy. He was just an uncomfortabl e person at times.
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I love Nirvana, they have great music and I love rocking out to it..... May the music of Nirvana live on forever...
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So is your friggin profile picture, Devan
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You a gay boy!!! ��
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DONT READ MY COMMENTS
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Your the reason for the season ...
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Something in the way...
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R.I.P. MOTORHEAD AND GLENN FREY
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\^^| ⚡️♠️⚡️❤️⚡️♣️ ️ |^^/
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Wearing a nightmare on elm street / Freddy Krueger type shirt - ha ! Lol
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Church : only time I get to play dress up, and I'm not talking dresses- huh Kurt :)
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Forever loved and one of the best bands of all time★♥♡☆
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BBC session Something in the Way is Awesome. Wonder why the made a different version for 'Nevermind
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:)
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you're garbage Devan
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Nirvana is amazing I love nirvana nirvana is God
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Noway
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Nirvana
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reminds me
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of Pat!
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