Monday, March 06, 2006





More Kurt Cobain tribute from Pledge, inspired by Nirvana's In Utero album art.



I was never into the whole grunge sound when it first broke but the music of Nirvana was something that captured my imagination ( and many others of my generation) .

Somehow their anguish sound and lyrical poems defined the state of mind I was going through at that period. Not a grunge fan, but a Nirvana fan.

In my personal opinion, Smell Like Teen Spirit broke them into the mainstream, but In Utero was what brought the ultra-popular band back to what it really was about.

3 comments:

rainbow said...

Grunge was never the same after Kurt died...
I grew up an angry kid.. (and i'm still an angry kid now) ha ha

Shion said...

Grunge is juz a label the media needed to write abt something they have no idea of.

If a genre die juz bcos one of it\'s biggest star died, then that very genre is juz something empty .

Kurt Cobain and Nirvana is beyond what the media can ever potrait him and them to be

rainbow said...

Hmmm i wonder how Nirvana would be if Kurt Cobain was still here..

Why do the talented always die young...

 
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