- Format: DVD-Video, PAL
- Language: English
- Subtitles: English, French, Italian, German, Dutch, Portuguese, Spanish
- Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
- Number of discs: 1
- Classification: Exempt
- Studio: Eagle Rock
- DVD Release Date: 1 Dec. 2008
- Run Time: 49 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
- ASIN: B0002W0ZCE
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 10,961 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
Nevermind - Classic Albums [DVD] 
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The introduction of Nirvana and their album 'Nevermind', was to change the face of the pop music market. This documentary includes all twelve tracks as well as interviews with the surviving band members, Krist Novoselic and Dave Grohl.
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Top Customer Reviews
What a fantastic documentary!
The DVD begins by introducing the band and producers and the release of Bleach through SubPop (Nirvana's first album) in a way that non-fans will be able to digest, with some audio clips of some of their best songs off of their debut. After this prolougue leads an amazing look at the majority of the songs off Nevermind; the vocal breakdowns, the success, the melodies and how the songs were built and recorded. There are some real incredible moments when the viewer is treated to some of Kurt's vocals recorded and mixed by Butch Vig simply on their own and then harmonies he built around them, both haunting and beautiful. There are some great anacdotes by Krist & Dave and some informative concepts by the producer, Biographer and various MTV crew, all enigmatic poingant and wonderful. There is an abundance of information here and imagery that has never before been seen (even by hardened avid Nirvana fans). The best parts for me were points when you could really see in Dave and Krist's eyes as they talk, that they really have produced an amazing record with, without doubt, one of the worlds greatest rock legends. The documentary was just long enough, straight to the point, interesting and powerful without over guilding, drawing out and exhausting.Read more ›
It talks about the aborted Sub Pop LP, which would have been Nevermind. In fact, it covers the road to Nevermind really well with the drummer swap-outs and the way the DGC deal went down.
However, it only focuses on the 1st side of the LP (Aside from Something in the Way). Pretty much no mention is made whatsoever of the B-Side. No mention of singles from the LP aside from the Smells Like Teen Spirit video.
How about the 'Pay to Play' story? That isn't mentioned at all.
Butch Vig tends to repeat himself a hell of a lot - although he does have some good insights.
It also talks a lot about Kurt. As Kris Novoselic puts it - and I (mis)quote: "There were three members of Nirvana."
It must suck for him and Dave Grohl sometimes being so overlooked in that band.
I'm not the biggest Nirvana fan, but even I know there was more to the LP than this.
There is very little to cover the Nevermind-fallout. The effect it had...
It is mentioned, but thats about it. In fact, we get record executives telling us that "If we sold 50,000 units - half what Sonic Youth did with 'Dirty' - it would have been a success.
Great. So, er...fancy telling us how many they sold then or am I going to have to go look it up myself?
I guess thats a kind of good analogy for this DVD. Great build up which ultimately fails to deliver as it is so full of holes and so very limp in the second half.
I would give it 5 stars, but I think it could have been a bit longer, and previewed a bit more footage of Kurt himself in his heyday.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
As with all of the Classic Albums documentaries, the music is put front and centre and it's great to see the producer break down the elements in the music and show how the... Read morePublished 21 months ago by D. Unsworth
I LOVE CLASSIC ALBUM SERIES EDITION. BECAUSE THESE EDITIONS ALWAYS GIVE US A NEW CHANCE TO LOOK BACK THESE CLASSIC ALBUMS AND LEARN MORE FROM THE BONUS MATERIALS.Published on 8 Feb. 2014 by HAN XIAO
An interesting chain of events, well, not THAT interesting. Do you think the title was Kurt's way of apologizing for what could have been better?Published on 2 April 2013 by Philip Church