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lucyvp
Posted: Nov 27, 2017 5:40
 

"Amazes me, the will of instinct."
Stephen_Phillips
(Hillsborough, Northern Ireland)
Posted: Mar 28, 2017 1:16
 

 nomnol wrote:
You never have to stop work to look up who's playing when it's Nirvana.

 
Never a truer comment and even if for that reason alone Nirvana deserves to remain in the RP Hall of Fame.
nomnol
(Grafton ON)
Posted: Feb 02, 2017 6:41
 

You never have to stop work to look up who's playing when it's Nirvana.
focus33
Posted: Sep 24, 2016 2:41
 

Released 25 years ago to the day.
Dinges,_the_Dude
(below sea-level, N52°37', E4°88')
Posted: May 20, 2016 4:56
 

{#Hand}
MrsTom
Posted: Mar 17, 2016 7:13
 

unmistakably Nirvana. Didn't get it as a youth. Don't get it now. Move on. 
jmkate
(nearly under a stack of books)
Posted: Nov 12, 2015 9:33
 

Bleak and disturbing, which may be the point, of course.
Kaw
(Just above sea level)
Posted: Oct 12, 2015 3:03
 

As far as I can understand it's about a tied up, sexually abused, mentally abused (Polly), physically abused (knife), thirsty, hungry and desperate girl.
And we like it. {#Drunk}
twoplain2sea
(After the gold rush by my friend Amphion.)
Posted: Sep 10, 2015 18:47
 

Never mind Poly Moly ! Childe Poly goes swimmingly. I be dotting on my Poly.
Dazzerb
(Ireland)
Posted: Jun 05, 2015 12:03
 

superb.  Thank you RP.
Proclivities
(Paris of the Piedmont)
Posted: Mar 02, 2015 8:30
 

 jablan wrote:

Cheap and pretentious. Shocking images of torture and pain do usually cause strong emotions in viewer, and are often confused for art (look up under Aronofsky).

 
That may be true but this is a song - there are no images and there are no viewers since there is nothing to be viewed.
skimsey
(Downtown Seattle)
Posted: Oct 31, 2014 8:42
 

 MilesW wrote:
Somehow I never really got it with Nirvana, until after Kurt blew his head off.  I thought "oh well, another whiner", but then when I saw how many youngsters really identified with him, I realized that I was just on another plane, and had been unable to see it.  It changed my perspective - interesting....

 
I had the same reaction.  It's probably not surprising one generation is concerned for the next, but this idolization of depression is not a good sign. As a Seattlite, I can say the 90's were good for the local music scene...but in a dark, sorta weird way. Still, the number and variety of acts here has continued to blossom since.
unclehud
(Hallelujah! Back in the ATL suburbs!)
Posted: Aug 26, 2014 13:52
 

 nagsheadlocal wrote:
Released 20 years ago. Man, that qualifies it for "classic rock" radio formats.

I need a drink . . .  
 
chuckle ...

edit five minutes later:  A weekly radio show in my old hometown (Stonehenge, WREK-FM) only plays "rock and roll" that's 40 years old.  Once you recover from the realization that a lot of your faves are indeed 40 years old, you can enjoy the show.
diannemck56
(Dallas, Tx)
Posted: Jul 29, 2014 15:38
 

BORING!!   I never post negative but today was a two timer. 
islander
(Seattle)
Posted: Feb 22, 2014 10:16
 

 danvan wrote:
I went through college in the 90's, but I just have never liked Nirvana.  Their songs are lame and don't have much going for them musically.  Makes it hard to believe Foo Fighters turned out so much better. Maybe Kurt should have not been allowed to write songs.

 
I loved Nirvana. It totally defined that moment in time. But when Foofighters came out it did exactly the same thing, but at least two steps up in intensity (he turned it up to 11).  Dave Grohl has been in two of the most influential bands of our time, this is not a coincidence.
MilesW
(Earth (Currently Germany))
Posted: Jan 21, 2014 14:19
 

Somehow I never really got it with Nirvana, until after Kurt blew his head off.  I thought "oh well, another whiner", but then when I saw how many youngsters really identified with him, I realized that I was just on another plane, and had been unable to see it.  It changed my perspective - interesting....
lemmoth
(NYC)
Posted: Oct 15, 2013 12:16
 

 ch83575 wrote:

I read a comment one time where a dude said he really liked the Grateful Dead, but only their studio albums, not the live stuff.  This is sorta like that.

 
How true..
1wolfy
(Mission Viejo California)
Posted: Feb 05, 2013 15:48
 

drab
eve_silver
(Southwest Germany)
Posted: Jan 08, 2013 12:30
 

 Kanuffen wrote:
 
{#Stop} {#Stop} {#Stop} {#Foot-in-mouth} {#Foot-in-mouth} {#Stop} {#Stop} {#Stop}
Kanuffen
(Trelleborg, Sverige)
Posted: Dec 04, 2012 22:39