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LowPhreak
(Divided Corporate States of Neo-Feudal Murikka, Inc.)
Posted: Dec 14, 2016 12:52
 

 LCC0256 wrote:
i know most people under 30 think this band is great.  Always sounded discordant and like a litany of cacophony. Screaming into the mike while strumming guitar riffs that sounded like "jazz" - lack of harmony and soul

 
I'm 54 and still think it's great, like I did in '91 when it came out and I was 30. I also thought the band in it's unique way showed plenty of soul. Harmony? Well they weren't trying to be Paul & Art; the discordance was much of the point with Nirvana.
Sweet_Virginia
Posted: Dec 14, 2016 5:36
 

A day in the life, anarchy in the U.K., bohemian rhapsody, songs that changed the music world forever from their first play-and love each one
zurcronium
(Not in Texas)
Posted: Dec 13, 2016 5:57
 

Only Bill could follow ELO with Nirvana.  Listen to it hear folks as it is nowhere else.  

 
25demayo
(dreaming of an asado)
Posted: Dec 13, 2016 5:54
 

 LCC0256 wrote:
i know most people under 30 think this band is great.  Always sounded discordant and like a litany of cacophony. Screaming into the mike while strumming guitar riffs that sounded like "jazz" - lack of harmony and soul

 
Pushing 60 and loving every minute of it {#Bananajam}
On_The_Beach
(The Blue Planet)
Posted: Nov 12, 2016 17:30
 

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/564x/29/46/0f/29460f41782e75401e0848a8a9d13bdc.jpg
Why all the hate? This song is just good fun!
LCC0256
(Martinez, GA)
Posted: Oct 12, 2016 15:15
 

i know most people under 30 think this band is great.  Always sounded discordant and like a litany of cacophony. Screaming into the mike while strumming guitar riffs that sounded like "jazz" - lack of harmony and soul
bm.deavenport613
(Pensacola)
Posted: Oct 12, 2016 14:47
 

 melzabutch wrote:
I remember being in Tower records in Boston December 17th 1991, and this came through the speakers, and we all stop and said what the hell was that.  10 minutes later walking out the store with my copy, got some beer and listened all night.  Finally music for my generation, by my generation, not my parents generation.  It was an awesome time to go to shows, and no better place then Bean Town to experience it all.  Thank you for allowing me the soap box for a minute or two.

 

 
I remember my son playing that for me on Friday night music share we had when he and his brother were young and getting into music.  I didn't embrace it for what it was at the time, but after many listens my ears accepted it. My sons and I exchanged lots of music. I became a big fan of STP, The Smashing Pumpkins, The Red hot Chili Peppers, and they became fans of Stevie Ray Vaughn, Queen, Zeppelin, Bowie, and many others.Its fun to share music with your kids.
bm.deavenport613
(Pensacola)
Posted: Oct 12, 2016 14:35
 

That was very interesting music Marty
1wolfy
(Mission Viejo California)
Posted: Oct 12, 2016 14:34
 

I love the guitar solo in the middle of this song...I'd swear it was George Harrison (white album) it has a hint of yer blues
Skydog
Posted: Sep 24, 2016 13:39
 

Nirvana


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http://time.com/4499648/nirvana-nevermind-25-baby-spencer-elden/

coloradojohn
(Mihara, nestled in a cove on the SetoNaiKai, Japan)
Posted: Aug 24, 2016 2:06
 

Can never forget driving (ha!, although being bullied by car like also happens in Lima, Peru, is more like it) in Boston when this came out... I was heading up to Walden Pond, about to launch a long stint in Ishikawa, Japan, seeking inspiration, and this was part of it...
SeriousLee
(Dans l'milieu d'deux milles livres)
Posted: Aug 24, 2016 2:03
 

6AM. Finishing off my breakfast.

I guess somewhere in the universe it's Friday night.
markybx
(Oud Amsterdam)
Posted: Aug 24, 2016 2:02
 

{#Dancingbanana_2}
Kenbob
Posted: Aug 10, 2016 18:16
 

 lowelltr wrote:

YES - hated it then...hate it even more now, which I never thought possible....

 
How sad but you are out numbered. variety - the spice of life.
guthrieandme
(Bend, Oregon)
Posted: Aug 10, 2016 18:16
 

This is rather silly, but I'm going to admit that whenever I hear this, I think it should be Weird Al Yankovic's version.  Thanks, Al. Moo...
maboleth
Posted: Jul 23, 2016 13:00
 

 VH1 wrote:

Yes, but from that nothing is left anymore - the kids today suffocate in their conformity! No more rebellion, just uniformity! {#Ass}

 
Soooooooooo true! :( Unfortunately.
VH1
(near Alpha Centauri, then the next left!)
Posted: Jun 23, 2016 8:49
 

 melzabutch wrote:
I remember being in Tower records in Boston December 17th 1991, and this came through the speakers, and we all stop and said what the hell was that.  10 minutes later walking out the store with my copy, got some beer and listened all night.  Finally music for my generation, by my generation, not my parents generation.  It was an awesome time to go to shows, and no better place then Bean Town to experience it all.  Thank you for allowing me the soap box for a minute or two.

 

 
Yes, but from that nothing is left anymore - the kids today suffocate in their conformity! No more rebellion, just uniformity! {#Ass}
melzabutch
(From the Central Coast of Oz to the Eastern Shore MD)
Posted: Jun 21, 2016 16:16
 

I remember being in Tower records in Boston December 17th 1991, and this came through the speakers, and we all stop and said what the hell was that.  10 minutes later walking out the store with my copy, got some beer and listened all night.  Finally music for my generation, by my generation, not my parents generation.  It was an awesome time to go to shows, and no better place then Bean Town to experience it all.  Thank you for allowing me the soap box for a minute or two.

 
Canlistener
(Ontario Canada)
Posted: Jun 21, 2016 16:14
 

Smells like something...a talentless screamer.
midget
(Munich)
Posted: Jun 08, 2016 5:21
 

{#Bananajam} CRANK! IT! UP! {#Dancingbanana_2}