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Nevermind

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Smells Like Teen Spirit
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In Bloom
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Come As You Are
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Breed
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Lithium
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Polly
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Territorial Pissings
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Drain You
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Lounge Act
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Stay Away
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On A Plain
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Something In The Way
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Endless, Nameless
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Even In His Youth
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Aneurysm
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Curmudgeon
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D-7
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Been A Son
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School
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Drain You
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Sliver
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Polly
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In Bloom
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Immodium (Breed)
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Lithium
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Polly
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Pay To Play
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Here She Comes Now
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Dive
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Sappy
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Smells Like Teen Spirit
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Verse Chorus Verse
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Territorial Pissings
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Lounge Act
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Come As You Are
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Old Age
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Something In The Way
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On A Plain
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Drain You
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Something In The Way
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Total Tracks: 40   Total Length: 147:06

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Everett True

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09.27.11
Nirvana, Nevermind (Deluxe Edition)
2011 | Label: Geffen

In 1991, I was living in a one-man bachelor pad in Cricklewood, London. I was a staff writer for the U.K. music paper Melody Maker. During any given week, I would either be drunk in America, drunk on a plane to America or writing up my experiences, drunk in America.

I’d been at Melody Maker for a couple of years, and already had one notable story to my credit. It was my two-part cover article on… read more »

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Never mind

maeoju

Good God I love Nirvana, this album is so good it sounds as fresh now as ever. It really strikes a nerve and I wish there was more music like this being made today.

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Reissue of the year

KBRItunes

I actually like the 2013 mix of the album better than the original mixes. Outstanding remaster. You don't need the Super Deluxe version, but I do recommend watching the Live & Loud concert

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Of Course is not Sgt Pepper's so what!!!

Hudent

this is the best album of its kind to came along in a long time and I know,I dissected Lonely Hearts Club Band really good and of course is a masterpiece,but don't compare Nevermind album to a lesser standard, to me is just as good or better than Sgt Peppers..A masterpiece in its own kind,Kurt Cobain was a freak of nature,perhaps from another planet.he was that good...HA

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$15 ? & Nevermind change little

ambientscott

Come onnn. A 'lame' sounding lp with a couple of good songs by a great group. Otherwise.....it aint shit & repackaging will not change that. Nevermind's MTV hit \"Smells\" merely brought attention to a scene that had already been raging for awhile in Seattle, Minnneapolis & elsewhere. It ain't Sgt Peppers. U must chk out TheTruthSays review below! Zinnng!

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40 classic cuts ...one low price

Dvoodoo

There is no doubt 20 years later that the 13 or so Butch Vig recordings that became the original Nevermind release are anything less than penultimate & harrowing rock n roll classics. Grab this is if you haven't a clue, or better yet if you do... p.s I can't help but notice some negative creep is complaining that the download is priced above $10... well, do note that with all the extra material, demos, etc it is about 4 regular albums worth of material, and not just any album either.

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Still no "Endless, Nameless"?

Slar

Come on. Why is it so hard to get this track?

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interesting

DJZED

i never did like nirvana or got into the whole whine boo hoo of the grunge scene, but you have to give kudos all the same this album hands down helped music evolve and sure i love the hair band thing but it was played out and people was searching for something new and nirvana give people a out to hear a different style, whether you like nirvana or do not this is a must for any music lover, from metalhead to punk or whatever your music fancy is.

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Over rated album

TheTruthSays

We are all entitled to our own opinions, and I never liked this album, or Nirvana much. If Kurt hadn't killed himself most of you would probably stop throwing yourself all over this album. Now don't throw a hissy fit over this review. I never liked Pearl Jam much either. But I did like the Weird Al Teen Spirit video. What a GREAT DEAL only $15.00 for a download. Way to go Emusic. Pay $20.00 and own the actual CD's.

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Huh?

fu2

Isn't it cool that the reviewer who stated\"anything less than a five star review is missing the importance of this band and this album....\"gave it a four star rating.Is that irony,dada or just plain whoops? Good album-the tragic hype elevates it unnecessarily.I'll give it 5 stars. P.S.the second disc extras are mediocre imho.

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Nevermind The Jaded Masses

LOE

This was the album that redefined rock in the 90's (and everything thereafter...). Anything less than a 5 Star Review is completely missing the importance of this band and this album. Absolute Nirvana. Long live the great Kurt Cobain.

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Two decades since its release, Nirvana's Nevermind remains a seismic, paradigm-shifting work, an album that rendered the surrounding culture irrelevant and redrew the boundaries according to its own design. Today, we celebrate Nirvana's groundbreaking work by looking back on its impact, rounding up the albums that influenced its creation and reassessing bands that got lost in its wake. This is the legacy of Nevermind.   Everett True Revisits Nevermind At the start of the '90s, I was closely… more »

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Everett True Revisits Nevermind

By Everett True, Contributor

In 1991, I was living in a one-man bachelor pad in Cricklewood, London. I was a staff writer for the U.K. music paper Melody Maker. During any given week, I would either be drunk in America, drunk on a plane to America or writing up my experiences, drunk in America. I'd been at Melody Maker for a couple of years, and already had one notable story to my credit. It was my two-part cover article on… more »

They Say All Music Guide

Nevermind was never meant to change the world, but you can never predict when the zeitgeist will hit, and Nirvana’s second album turned out to be the place where alternative rock crashed into the mainstream. This wasn’t entirely an accident, either, since Nirvana did sign with a major label, and they did release a record with a shiny surface, no matter how humongous the guitars sounded. And, yes, Nevermind is probably a little shinier than it should be, positively glistening with echo and fuzzbox distortion, especially when compared with the black-and-white murk of Bleach. This doesn’t discount the record, since it’s not only much harder than any mainstream rock of 1991, its character isn’t on the surface, it’s in the exhilaratingly raw music and haunting songs. Kurt Cobain’s personal problems and subsequent suicide naturally deepen the dark undercurrents, but no matter how much anguish there is on Nevermind, it’s bracing because he exorcises those demons through his evocative wordplay and mangled screams — and because the band has a tremendous, unbridled power that transcends the pain, turning into pure catharsis. And that’s as key to the record’s success as Cobain’s songwriting, since Krist Novoselic and Dave Grohl help turn this into music that is gripping, powerful, and even fun (and, really, there’s no other way to characterize “Territorial Pissings” or the surging “Breed”). In retrospect, Nevermind may seem a little too unassuming for its mythic status — it’s simply a great modern punk record — but even though it may no longer seem life-changing, it is certainly life-affirming, which may just be better. – Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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