septiembre 24, 2011
It was twenty years ago today that Nirvana released Nevermind.
The album would go on to usher in rock’s great renaissance, cause a seismic shift in popular culture, bring the underground to the mainstream and make unwilling stars out of three rather scruffy guys from the Pacific Northwest (OK, so Dave Grohl was technically from Northern Virginia, but he lived in Seattle while they were making the album).
read more at MTV here
Pictured: Nirvana’s Kurt Cobain, seen here on “MTV Unplugged” in 1993, was uncomfortable with his role as the voice of a generation, and he developed a serious heroin addiction.
see related — Musicians Who Died at 27