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on 12 February 2015
Bought this to add to my collection as my previous one was accidentally broken. Not one of my most favourite albums but is still up there at the top.
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on 25 September 2016
Great choice of material....
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on 26 August 2017
A classic must have cd. Third time I've bought this album due to other people 'borrowing' my other copies and never to be seen again.
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on 20 September 2016
Great.
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on 18 October 2016
birthday present! loved it!
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on 28 January 2013
Fantastic cd,they don't make them like this anymore.Would highly recommend this cd to anyone thinking of buying a nirvana cd.
RIP KC.
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on 28 December 2002
This album is a celebration of the most influential rock band of their generation. Kobain's self deprecating lyrics evident on every single song he wrote and his view of how the world should be out of his rose tinted spectacles. He knew what he thought , he knew what he thought was right and he enlightened us all to the point of fascination with him. On any re-release the most important thing is what songs have been chosen. On this Cd there's 1 new track - "You know your right". And there was 1 i had not heard before, "Been a son". Wow - 2 wicked songs. Been a Son - a really upbeat number but still a serious statement being made. If your a die - hard fan then you have got to see the video for the new single "you know your right". It is wicked. Especially how it ends. It just frames Kurt's perspective on life perfectly. The other songs are the songs that are most commercially viable - from Kurt's unplugged version of Bowie's "Man who sold the world" to the teenie anthem "smells like teen spirit". All the songs you always liked - and probably more if you have just discovered Nirvana. The booklet inside gives a heart - warming brief account of Nirvana's life and highlights how this CD has "Pennyroyal tea" how Kurt wanted it to be made beacause he thought he messed it up on "In Utero" - which he didn't. He thought he was going to mess up Bowie's song he didn't. After he sang Bowie 's song he whimpered suprisingly "I didn't mess up!" No Kurt you didn't and Kurt you should be proud of this album - a selection of your most thought provoking work.
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on 9 November 2017
A very good album great tracks
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on 12 September 2016
Loved it
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on 16 March 2015
Love this album been looking for a Nirvana CD for so long very happy
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