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This book is far too long and takes far too long to get going. It doesn't pick up until about 150 pages in.
A lot of content over 600 pages is highly repetitive. The authors obsession with feminism and its role in rock and grunge music is given much more status than it deserves to the point where you either question whether the author is really a woman (a feminism student major) or the book should be re-titled Nirvana: a study in feminism. After failing so long to get started the book ends with the band being considered 'alright' by some female punk bands no-one is listening to today (and probably very little back then). Sadly lacking is the force Nirvana had beyond a few hangers… Read more