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    Default Nirvana- Bleach

    I've been listening to this album a lot lately, and it's really great. Fairly heavy shit but moreover very catchy without being soft. Standout tracks are "Blew", "About A Girl", and "Negative Creep." I prefer this to a lot of other Nirvana shit, RIP Kurt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9th Warrior View Post
    I've been listening to this album a lot lately, and it's really great. Fairly heavy shit but moreover very catchy without being soft. Standout tracks are "Blew", "About A Girl", and "Negative Creep." I prefer this to a lot of other Nirvana shit, RIP Kurt.
    to bad kurt killed him self who knows what else they would have came out with

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    In Utero is the best. Incesticide isn't even an actual Nirvana record.

    Bleach is okay at best.

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    Nirvana were never really that good, but Bleach was as good as it got.

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    Nirvana were, um, something special...they were the only grunge band, i would say

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    I love the song where he repeats, "gimme back my alcohol, gimme back my alocohol, gimme back my alcohol."

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    this also has "School" on it. which is the cut. "NO RECESS"

    I think this is the my least favorite of the 'proper' albums.
    like the Melvins-influenced heaviness... but the songs are almost too simple.
    you can tell how much Kurt grew as a musician/songwriter as time progressed.

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    but still - Kurt was minimalistic, which I like....small songs with big meanings, nah mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wera View Post
    but still - Kurt was minimalistic, which I like....small songs with big meanings, nah mean?
    Exactly...He was a great songwriter. People felt his music...His lyrics were both abstract and minimalistic at the same time so everyone could have their own interpretations.

    Every Nirvana album is great, and eaach has a different feel to it. I can't choose a fav. cuz they all really have there own qualities that make them standout. Amazing what they did in the short amount of time they were around.

    Does anyone has With the Lights OUt...the box set??? That shit is fuckin raw. Its Bleach continued. I love it.

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    I agree with u completly.....don't hate Nirvana people, they were making good music. Look at popular music nowadays ( emo for example *throwing up* emo music really makes u cut yourself...even if you're not emo )

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    yeah, bleach is a killer debut album, and then nevermind just killed.

    RIP Kurt Cobain
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    kurt is a god and i love standing in front of his seattle home where i get ideas and then i slowly lay on the concrete to feel his footsteps

    r.i.p. to the biggest legend ever

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.MMA View Post
    ?
    It's a rarities/b-sides/etc collection.

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    there most creatively free album....where they obviously had the most control...pretty good shit to me.

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    Nirvana's non radio stuff was so much better than their radio hits(which were also great)....thats what makes them so great. Its what makes any band or rapper great.

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