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nirvananews:

We recently purchased a new camera and decided to share with everyone this photo of Nirvana from 1991. This photo can be found inside the 20th Anniversary of ‘Nevermind’ and is by photographer: Kirk Weddle.

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September 19th, 2011 - Nirvana celebrates the 20th Anniversary of “Nevermind” by releasing a 4CD/1DVD boxset full of goodies.

Order the boxset here: United States purchase / United Kingdom purchase.

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nirvananews:

Kurt Cobain dressed as Barney the Dinosaur, Pat Smear as Slash, Halloween in Ohio at the University of Akron, 1993.

Are you ready for Halloween?

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Kurt Cobain dressed as Barney the Dinosaur, Pat Smear as Slash, Halloween in Ohio at the University of Akron, 1993.

Are you ready for Halloween?

serjir inquired:

Have you seen PJ20 the documentary about Pearl Jam? And if so what do you think about it?

I loved the documentary! It was especially nice hearing and seeing Eddie speak about Kurt. There was always a silly Nirvana vs Pearl Jam feud that the mainstream media blew up into something major when it wasn’t. That’s journalist for ya.. Kurt never hated Eddie, he just strongly disliked Pearl Jam’s music.

Kurt would flip through magazines and browse the chart listings (even though he says he didn’t, he was obviously aware) and realize that Pearl Jam’s ‘Vs’ was ranked higher (and sold more copies) than ‘In Utero’ and he totally didn’t get it, he did not understand why, it basically made him slightly irritated. Of course, there will always be competition within the music industry. That’s just how it is. So that film sort of finally put everything to a close when you saw Kurt dancing with Eddie at the ‘92 MTV Awards and the ‘93 interview footage with Nirvana where Kurt says "Eddie is a real nice guy." It helped show that yes, Kurt disliked Pearl Jam, but him and Eddie were okay.

Eddie Vedder is nominated number-one songwriter in some magazine, and I’m not even listed. I slagged them off because I didn’t like their band. I hadn’t met Eddie at the time. It was my fault; I should have been slagging off the record company instead of them. They were marketed, not probably against their will, but without them realizing they were being pushed into the grunge bandwagon.” - Kurt Cobain.

"I don’t think Kurt understood us at the time, but we became friends and I’m glad we had some of the great conversations we had. if Kurt were around today, I know he’d say to me, ‘Well, you turned out OK’." - Eddie Vedder.


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leako-lotad-leven:

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Kurt Cobain live at the Springfield Civic Center (now known as the MassMutual Center) in Massachusetts.

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Twenty years later, Kurt Cobain still sings for the underdogs.

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Krist Novoselic live at MTV’s ‘Live and Loud’ in Seattle, 1993.

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nirvananews:

Merry Kristmas/”Happy New Cheer!”

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"He [Kurt Cobain] was a real sweetheart. And he told me that he had come to see my nightclub act, in Seattle, but got there two hours too late! Haha! He had no idea that they put me on at the club so early. So he completely missed me. But he was a real sweetheart, a real kind soul. And he actually - we worked together again on SNL, you know, later on that same year. And he and the rest of the boys were absolutely fabulous, so lovely, and they really appreciated what I was doing, I think mainly because he thought outside the box and understood that, you know, what drag is at its core, totally punk-rock."

RuPaul, 2014.

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uqhpaiqe inquired:

That Nirvana Bleach shirt you reblogged, I wore that today and this janitor at my school was all talking to me about Nirvana and it was awkward because he was some random janitor I'd never met haha

It’s a great shirt! That’s one “Bleach” tee I’m proud of - it’s colored black and blends well with the Nirvana album. We’ve had many tees released in the past that were brown or grey and they were horrible looking. I’ve never been a fan of the plain album cover design on t-shirts unless it was blended well. I had no idea who gave the okay for them to be released. You had brown or grey shirts with a black square in the middle (being the album cover) and it just looked silly to me. Very cheap looking. But now I’m proud because we have tank tops for women and men, long-sleeve and short sleeve “Bleach” tees for Nirvana fans at a nice reasonable price!