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    most of his shit is for sale or was given away. Its fucked up but Courtney limited her daughter to a pair of PJ's and a guitar and something else.weird stuff.

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    Ain't it a shame to beat your wife on a Sunday
    Ain't it a shame
    Ain't it a shame to beat your wife on a Sunday
    Ain't it a shame
    Ain't it a shame to beat your wife on Sunday
    When you got Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
    Oh Thursday, Friday, Saturday

    AIN'T IT A SHAAAAAAAAAAAAME

    nirvana were great, but out of the whole seattle scene, i gotta go with Alice In Chains, personally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NickyTooch View Post
    i like Nirvana's non radio stuff way better than everything that gets radio play. and i still dig the stuff on the radio..but their rare shit is unbelievable raw yet catchy.

    eventually every music gets ruined...look at hiphop
    Yeah, but back when I was a boy, hip-hop was awesome, it was the heyday of gangsta rap, and everything was cool, and then Nirvana came along.

    While I don't like their music, I don't necessarily hate it, but I hate the way it turned a bunch of normal upper-middle class kids into sensitive crybaby faggots with unwashed hair, flannel shirts and bad attitudes.

    On one hand, that speaks to how influential Nirvana was as a band, as they single-handedly changed the direction of society and provided a soundtrack for a generation, which means that regardless of my personal opinion, they were doing something right.

    It's just that I personally didn't like the soundtrack and thought that the generation was bitch-made.

    BUt, I like Soundgarden, so go figure.
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    I'm sorry? Negro English? I think you mean Ebonics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GZAjector View Post
    Ain't it a shame to beat your wife on a Sunday
    Ain't it a shame
    Ain't it a shame to beat your wife on a Sunday
    Ain't it a shame
    Ain't it a shame to beat your wife on Sunday
    When you got Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
    Oh Thursday, Friday, Saturday

    AIN'T IT A SHAAAAAAAAAAAAME

    nirvana were great, but out of the whole seattle scene, i gotta go with Alice In Chains, personally.
    AIC was ok too. I own their unplugged cd and still occasionally bump it.
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    I'm sorry? Negro English? I think you mean Ebonics.

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    i actually love all that grunge shit.....and i loved all the hip hop from that era.

    I guess we could at least say we were lucky to grow up with influential shit..

    Look at this piss nowadays kids got..i feel bad. THis is what they are defined by.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GZAjector View Post
    Ain't it a shame to beat your wife on a Sunday
    Ain't it a shame
    Ain't it a shame to beat your wife on a Sunday
    Ain't it a shame
    Ain't it a shame to beat your wife on Sunday
    When you got Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
    Oh Thursday, Friday, Saturday

    AIN'T IT A SHAAAAAAAAAAAAME

    nirvana were great, but out of the whole seattle scene, i gotta go with Alice In Chains, personally.


    wow , thats cool and all. To me though alice in chains had the same 2 sounds or "tricks" and Nirvana did a lot of styles.

    the With the lights out box set is a must. I would get that for a gift for anybody to turn them on. If somebody I knew was cool and they didnt really know too much about nirvana but kinda liked a few songs , I would get them that.


    and any fan should defiantly have that

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    Quote Originally Posted by GZAjector View Post
    Ain't it a shame to beat your wife on a Sunday
    Ain't it a shame
    Ain't it a shame to beat your wife on a Sunday
    Ain't it a shame
    Ain't it a shame to beat your wife on Sunday
    When you got Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
    Oh Thursday, Friday, Saturday

    AIN'T IT A SHAAAAAAAAAAAAME

    nirvana were great, but out of the whole seattle scene, i gotta go with Alice In Chains, personally.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Infinity tha God View Post
    wow , thats cool and all. To me though alice in chains had the same 2 sounds or "tricks" and Nirvana did a lot of styles.

    the With the lights out box set is a must. I would get that for a gift for anybody to turn them on. If somebody I knew was cool and they didnt really know too much about nirvana but kinda liked a few songs , I would get them that.


    and any fan should defiantly have that
    oh yea...I got that for christmas a few years back. I fucking loved it....but my dvd didnt work, but i never took it back cuz i was listening to it nonstop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NickyTooch View Post
    i actually love all that grunge shit.....and i loved all the hip hop from that era.

    I guess we could at least say we were lucky to grow up with influential shit..

    Look at this piss nowadays kids got..i feel bad. THis is what they are defined by.
    I agree that music now sucks.

    But Rock N Roll is what it is now because of Nirvana.

    I'm not sure why rap sucks, but it does.

    Either way, I wouldn't want to be defined by the music of my generation.

    The whole concept of "grunge" is basically apathy, feeling sorry for yourself, not taking showers, being sad for no reason, and just being a bitch in general.

    I wouldn't want that to define me.

    Now, I wouldn't want gangsta rap to define me either, but behind its vulgarity and cartoonish violence, it was essentially about living as best you can, striving for success, making money, fucking bitches, and essentially achieving gratification regardless of circumstance.

    I can relate to those feelings more than those inspired by grunge.
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    I'm sorry? Negro English? I think you mean Ebonics.

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    of course i was speaking metaphorically.

    But I agree with your points. The whole self-loathing shit was copied over and over, but the whole Raekwon/Ghost Cuban Linx style was bitten to death as well, and to me, thats when rap started to die.

    As soon as Nas went from socially concious real street rap to wannabe Mafia Don and drug dealer, rap went to shit.

    When Hype Williams started producing those fucking over the top videos and Puffy started sampling, that was the beginning of the end.

    So i dont blaim Wu-Tang for that...they never really sold out.

    Just like I can't blame Nirvana, cuz they never sold out. They were always Nirvana...people took what they did and tried to recreate it.
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    I'm getting kind of popular(late night) doing the Sham Wow commercials. But I haven't reached Billy Mays status yet, I admit.



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    post the commercials.
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    lol...thats you??
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    thats hilarious....do they really work or what?

    i'm not convinced...thats ryan seacrest before he was famous
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