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Nirvana: Nevermind Cover Art

Track Listing
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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CD information
Released: November 03, 2009
Label: Geffen
Genre: Alternative Rock , Pop , Rock
Titles: View all titles by Nirvana
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It's hard to underestimate this album's impact
Posted on 10/07/2010 by ST
To truly appreciate this album, context is important. When this album was released, September of 1991, Billboard's top 100 singles included songs by Marky Mark, Color Me Bad, Extreme, C&C Music Fatory, Scorpions, Motley Crue, and Van Halen. We just went through late 80's hair metal and the early 90's weren't shaping up to show us anything different in the rock genre. Sure there was Sonic Youth, Violent Femmes, and the Pixies, but if you turned on the radio or watched MTV (other than the "120 Minutes" show at midnight) you were bombarded by over acting machismos. Grown men dressed in tight leather wearing more make up than Tammy Faye and using enough hairspray to create a hole in the ozone. Singing songs about cherry pie, poundcake, pouring some sugar on them, and every other cliched sexual innuendo to come out of the kitchen. Then Nevermind was released and all that came to an end. The album captured the sentiment of the youth of the day. Tired of the insincerity, misogyny, and greed that pop music embodied, Nevermind gave music a new sound and depth and intensity that wasn't on payola pop radio. And a suppressed audience was eager for the change. Even after the super polishing job of Mixing Engineer Andy Wallace and Mastering Engineer Howie Weinberg, the album still retained the raw energy and emotion of the band. Nevermind is single handedly responsible for changing music in 1991, but it's hard to imagine how much it would have changed without it.
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Great Cd!
Posted on 09/27/2010 by JA
If Nirvana is eternal, "Nevermind" is the first step of this ladder. This step should heard by everyone with respect and care, whatever the listener's position on the band. Much of the music of 90s is due to this album. All of us, passionate about music, we have hope for a new "Nevermind."
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Posted on 09/25/2010 by DG
Nirvana's Nevermind is a so-so album, by an extremely over rated band. Come as You Are and Smells Like Teen Spirit are ok tunes, but the death of singer Curt Cobain has given Nirvana a legendary status, that they really don't deserve.
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