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The only way to properly document Nirvana is by documenting the grunge
ecosystem, Matthew Moyer thinks, and British journalist Everett True has done
Almost fourteen years to the day, and the most famous performance by one of the
most influential bands in modern music will finally make its way to DVD.
Any fan of Nirvana will notice, immediately, just how incredibly similar The Last
Drop's lead singer sounds/screams like Kurt Cobain; it's kind of spooky.
Anyway, besides the fact that she'd just sold all her death metal CDs, a genre of
metal I genuinely like, I was bugged at her insistence that Nirvana was a metal ...
I don't need to remind you of the particulars of Soundgarden, Nirvana and the
house that Sub Pop built -- if the book just retold that yet again, it would be ...
Various Artists (Cleopatra). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Their unusual approach to music slowly built up a fanbase from post-Nirvana,
suspicious kids. The Plan's live shows are dynamic and encourage fans to stop ...
Azerrad, a veteran of Rolling Stone, was granted insider access to the Nirvana
camp while writing their first authorized biography Come As You Are in the early
We all know how Nirvana popularized the clear, quiet verse to the loud and
distorted chorus; well, Unwound were so good that they had such dynamics
... tribute to his friend (and sometimes nemesis) Tim Yohannon, publisher of MRR
("Eulogy For a Friend"), and a fascinating interview with Nirvana's Kurt Cobain, ...