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4.9 out of 5 stars
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on 8 March 2016
LOVE this box set!! it contains 6 cds 3 tracks on each of them! contains the radio edits and new tracks that haven't been on the many compilation albums!
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on 12 October 2016
good interesting set
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on 4 November 2015
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on 15 August 2014
Super , excellent :)
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on 5 September 2003
This is a nice tidy Collection of Nirvana's most commercial singles.
They are worth buying for kurt's Artwork alone, some excellent pieces are included in the package.
The tunes themselves are nothing superior to the album versions, and the live stuff is readily available elsewhere.
Worth a look if you are a completist, and worth it given the price.
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on 15 December 2015
Cds good outer case not but im happy still thank you
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on 6 June 2003
as far as box sets go this is a good box set, although it is lacking in some of the earlier stuff which would make a nice change, it has some great songs on it, including marigold.
great value for money, any nirvana fan must have this.
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on 13 April 2001
this is a really good box set, containing all the most famous singles from 'Smells like teen spirit' to 'Heart-shaped box'. It even has some good early stuff like the wonderfull 'moist vagina'. the only thing i can find wrong it is the lack of some of there early stuff, live. But other than that, its really good, so if your looking for alot of nirvana singles in a box. Yes that is why they call it a box set. Then this is for you. GO GET IT!!!!!
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on 4 November 2002
Not bad these are they? This is simply a collection of most of their singles, and that isn't a bad thing. There is more fun to be had in some of these b-sides than many bands' a-sides. Perhaps the most interesting song is Marigold, the only song credited to Dave Grohl pre-Foo Fighters that I can think of. On the other hand, I do miss the intro to the single-version of Love Buzz.... all together now...... "May the Good Lord bless and keep you, bye now! We do a twist, a suffa (?), a wild watoosi and a swinging haligali............"
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on 3 September 2000
look,people,people. we have waited a long time for a decent boxed-set,and i think we got it... all the singles from nevermind and in utero? can we ask for any more? plz email me all you people cause there's only a couple of people in these parts that like nirvana
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