Nirvana

Audio: Paul McCartney, Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear – Cut Me Some Slack (Studio Version)

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Listen to the studio version of Paul McCartney's new song with three members of Nirvana.

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Watch: 12-12-12 The Concert For Sandy Relief + Live Updates

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Complete coverage of 12-12-12: The Concert For Sandy Relief.

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Report: Paul McCartney To Perform With Surviving Members of Nirvana

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Here's one of the more unexpected stories of the year.

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Pullin’ ‘Tubes: Nirvana Switches Instruments For Cover

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Watch Nirvana cover Seasons In The Sun in 1993.

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Bloggy Goodness: Dogfish Head’s American Beauty Beer

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A new Grateful Dead-themed beer and CBS uses a Nirvana song as a show title.

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Watch Nirvana Debut Smells Like Teen Spirit

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Video of the historic debut of Smells Like Teen Spirit from the O.K. Hotel in Seattle.

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Cover Wars: Smells Like Teen Spirit (Nirvana)

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Vote for your favorite cover of Smells Like Teen Spirit among these 10 choices.

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Novoselic & Co. Perform Nevermind in Seattle

Seattle and Nirvana fans celebrated the 20th anniversary of the band’s Nevermind with a live performance of the classic album last night at the Experience Music Project’s Sky Church. The performance of the definitive ...

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Bloggy Goodness: SPIN’s Nevermind Tribute

As we mentioned yesterday the latest issue of Spin magazine is dedicated to to the 20th anniversary Nirvana’s seminal album Nevermind, with the cover story dedicated to answering the question – What Nevermind Means Now. ...

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Briefly: Deervana @ Brooklyn Bowl

Anyone who has seen Deer Tick can attest to the fact that they are prone to busting out random covers. With an encyclopedic memory of rock history, they are able to tackle everything from John ...

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When There Was No Alternative

Among all the fleeting genres that show up briefly as a blip on the popular culture radar screen only to quickly fade away, there are a few that really manage to stick, and ultimately define ...

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The B List: The Best Concert DVDs of 2009

[Originally Published: December 24, 2009] Making a list of the Best Concert DVDs of 2008 was a struggle, because there weren't many quality releases to choose from. This year, we have the opposite ...

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The B List: Top 10 Archival Releases of 2009

While this decade may have been tough for the recording industry, music fans can't complain about the number and quality of the hundreds of archival releases that have flown out of the vaults since 2000. ...

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BG: Black Keys + MCs = Blakroc

While the members of The Black Keys are both busy touring with their solo projects this fall, the Akron-based act did manage to make their way into the recording studio this summer for an interesting ...

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Wednesday Intermezzo: I Hate My Song

Up until OK Computer came out, most Americans knew Radiohead as the band who put out Creep. OK Computer quickly erased that perception amongst the mainstream but Radiohead always hated the image that Creep projected. ...

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