Kurt Cobain featured on the cover of this 2004 issue of ‘Spin’ magazine. [x]

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

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10 years ago (2004) - ‘Spin’ magazine releases this special collector’s issue featuring Kurt Cobain, 10 years after his passing in 1994.

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entheozen inquired:

do you like hole?

I do! I’ve always enjoyed Hole’s music dating back to 1989. The 2010 album even had a couple of alright tracks that I enjoyed. I don’t look at it as the same Hole. I look at it as a reversed Alice In Chains. Eric is a great lyricists. Courtney’s voice was perfect for the music they had written and created together.

I really miss and favorited Kristen the most. She was one of my favorite bassists from around that time period. I have always had a thing for female bassists. From Juliana Hatfield, Lori Black and Jennifer Finch to Kim Gordon, Kim Deal and especially DD Wretzky. Truly, a beautiful soul that was battling an addiction like many at the time. I mean, the headlines the next day after she was found read: "drugs has claimed another member of Seattle’s well-known Rock scene." Great era of music but we were sadly losing many of those that were making it great and doing nothing about it.

20 years today - Nirvana were scheduled to perform at the Shoreline Theatre in California. It was cancelled two days before Kurt’s passing in April.

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what a nice face.

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Kurt Cobain, 1994. [x]

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Seattle, 1994.

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'yoyo a gogo' festival featuring The Stinkypuffs with Krist Novoselic and Dave Grohl, July, 1994.

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July, 1994 - Nirvana’s Krist Novoselic (bass) and Dave Grohl (drums) play with the band ‘Stinkypuffs’ which would be their first performance together since the death of Kurt Cobain earlier that year. The performance took place in Olympia, Washington at the Capitol Theatre for the ‘Yo-Yo a Go-Go’ festival featuring Jad Fair, Girl Trouble, Mary Lou Lord, Beck and others.

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"I’m extremely proud of what we’ve (Krist and Dave) accomplished together. Having said that however, I don’t know how long we can continue as Nirvana without a radical shift in direction. I have lots of ideas and ambitions that have nothing to do with the mass conception of ‘Grunge’ that has been force-fed to the record buying public for the last few years. Whether I will be able to do everything I want to do as part of Nirvana remains to be seen. To be fair, I also know that both Krist and Dave have musical ideas that may not work in the context of Nirvana. We’re all tired of being labeled. You can’t imagine how stifling it is." - Kurt Cobain’s last interview, 1994 (via: NirvanaNews Instagram)

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Sonic Youth - Bull in the Heather. (Live on David Letterman, 1994)

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Kurt Cobain / 1994.

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Kurt Cobain adjusting his mic during a live show in Vancouver, BC, Canada, 1994.

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annorexorcist91 inquired:

Hey, have you seen the photo of a letter Kurt wrote to Kristen about kicking him and Dave out of the band? I just wanted to know of you knew it was real or anything else about it because it's not dated or signed. Thanks

I do know about the photo. And I have a copy of it. It’s one of the things I refuse to share for certain reasons. I believe you meant ‘Krist’ - right? And yes it was real, but never sent or shown to any of the other guys and it’s from March, 1994. This would be the first time I’ve made a post about it/responded to a question about it.