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Nevermind

Album by Nirvana
2011, 13 tracks, 49 mins 11 sec
      Smells Like Teen Spirit
      Official 1
      Smells Like Teen Spirit (Live from The Paramount, Seattle 1991)
      Live 1
      Smells Like Teen Spirit (Live from SNL 1992)
      Live 2
      Smells Like Teen Spirit (Live from Reading 1992)
      Live 3
      Smells Like Teen Spirit (Live from Limehouse Studios (The Word), London, UK 1991)
      Live 4
      Smells Like Teen Spirit (Lyrics Video)
      Lyric 1
      Smells Like Teen Spirit
      Static Image 1
      Smells Like Teen Spirit (Remixed by Butch Vig)
      Remix 1
      Smells Like Teen Spirit (Remixed by Angst Bass)
      Remix 2
      Smells Like Teen Spirit (Remixed by Sash_S & Phil Phauler)
      Remix 3
      In Bloom
      Official 1
      In Bloom (Live from Reading 1992)
      Live 1
      In Bloom
      Static Image 1
      In Bloom
      Static Image 2
      In Bloom (Remixed by Psyman)
      Remix 1
      In Bloom (Remixed by The Devonshire)
      Remix 2
      In Bloom (Remixed by Krossbow)
      Remix 3
      In Bloom (Remixed by Faderhead)
      Remix 4
      Come as You Are
      Official 1
      Come as You Are
      Live 1
      Come as You Are
      Live 2
      Come as You Are
      Live 3
      Come as You Are
      Static Image 1
      Come as You Are
      Static Image 2
      Come as You Are
      Remix 1
      Come as You Are
      Remix 2
      Come as You Are
      Remix 3
      Come as You Are
      Remix 4
      Breed (Live from The Paramount, Seattle 1991)
      Live 1
      Breed (Live from Reading 1992)
      Live 2
      Breed
      Static Image 1
      Breed (Remixed by Butch Vig)
      Remix 1
      Breed (Remixed by subsource)
      Remix 2
      Breed (Remixed by The Devonshire)
      Remix 3
      Breed (Remixed by The Skanky Hoes)
      Remix 4
      Breed (Remixed by Difuzion Krew)
      Remix 5
      Breed (Covered by Colm Dowling)
      User Cover 1
      Breed (Covered by James Gasson)
      User Cover 2
      Lithium
      Official 1
      Lithium (Live from The Paramount, Seattle 1991)
      Live 1
      Lithium (Live from MTV Video Music Awards 1992)
      Live 2
      Lithium (Live from MTV Live And Loud 1993)
      Live 3
      Lithium (Live from Reading 1992)
      Live 4
      Lithium
      Static Image 1
      Lithium (Remixed by The Devonshire)
      Remix 1
      Lithium (Remixed by Dirty Funker)
      Remix 2
      Lithium (Covered by Morgan James)
      User Cover 1
      Lithium (Covered by Anna Blanchard)
      User Cover 2
      Polly (Live from The Paramount, Seattle 1991)
      Live 1
      Polly (Live from Reading 1992)
      Live 2
      Polly
      Static Image 1
      Polly (Remixed by Drunk Bunny)
      Remix 1
      Polly (Remixed by TheS4uc3)
      Remix 2
      Polly (Remixed by Bruno Be)
      Remix 3
      Polly (Covered by Blocksy)
      User Cover 1
      Polly (Covered by Ramiro Saavedra)
      User Cover 2
      Polly (Covered by Heinsight Media Metal Covers)
      User Cover 3
      Polly (Covered by Walk off the Earth)
      User Cover 4
      Territorial Pissings (Live from The Paramount, Seattle 1991)
      Live 1
      Territorial Pissings (Live from Reading 1992)
      Live 2
      Territorial Pissings (Live from Tonight with Jonathan Ross 1991)
      Live 3
      Territorial Pissings
      Static Image 1
      Territorial Pissings (Remixed by Krusty)
      Remix 1
      Territorial Pissings (Remixed by LehtMoJoe)
      Remix 2
      Territorial Pissings (Covered by Architects)
      User Cover 1
      Drain You (Live from The Paramount, Seattle 1991)
      Live 1
      Drain You (Live from MTV studios 1992)
      Live 2
      Drain You (Live from Reading 1992)
      Live 3
      Drain You (Live from Munich, Germany 1994)
      Live 4
      Drain You (Live from Nulle Part Ailleurs 1994)
      Live 5
      Drain You (Live from Paradiso, Amsterdam 1991)
      Live 6
      Drain You (Live from Live & Load 1993)
      Live 7
      Drain You
      Static Image 1
      Drain You (Covered by Blocksy)
      User Cover 1
      Drain You (Covered by Coheed and Cambria)
      User Cover 2
      Lounge Act (Live from Reading 1992)
      Live 1
      Lounge Act
      Static Image 1
      Lounge Act (Remixed by Daedales)
      Remix 1
      Lounge Act (Remixed by Z trip)
      Remix 2
      Lounge Act (Covered by Set The Charge)
      User Cover 1
      Stay Away (Live from Reading 1992)
      Live 1
      Stay Away
      Static Image 1
      Stay Away (Covered by NODON)
      User Cover 1
      On a Plain (Live from The Paramount, Seattle 1991)
      Live 1
      On a Plain (Live from Reading 1992)
      Live 2
      On a Plain
      Static Image 1
      On a Plain (Remixed by Coloquix)
      Remix 1
      On a Plain (Covered by Shaun Morgan)
      User Cover 1
      On a Plain (Covered by Tyler Westphal)
      User Cover 2
      On a Plain (Covered by Blocksy)
      User Cover 3
      On a Plain (Covered by Ashwin Rao)
      User Cover 4
      On a Plain (Covered by Fish)
      User Cover 5
      On a Plain (Covered by Ariane Tasca)
      User Cover 6
      Something in the Way (Live from MTV Unplugged Unedited 1993)
      Live 1
      Something in the Way
      Static Image 1
      Something in the Way (Remixed by Daniel Dacapo)
      Remix 1
      Something in the Way (Remixed by R.a.H.A)
      Remix 2
      Something in the Way (Covered by ben english)
      User Cover 1
      Something in the Way (Covered by Blocksy)
      User Cover 2
      Something in the Way (Covered by Sklyareek ft. Elina)
      User Cover 3
      Something in the Way (Covered by Kapa de Freitas)
      User Cover 4
      Something in the Way (Covered by Darryl Green Music)
      User Cover 5
      Something in the Way (Covered by Sorcha Fahy Music)
      User Cover 6
      Endless, Nameless (Live from The Paramount, Seattle 1991)
      Live 1
      Endless, Nameless (Live from MTV Live and loud 1993)
      Live 2
      Endless, Nameless (Live from Argentina 1992)
      Live 3
      Endless, Nameless (Live from Live and Loud 1993)
      Live 4
      Endless, Nameless
      Static Image 1

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Jun 14, 2019

Nirvana’s Nevermind Makes Alternative Rock A Mainstream Staple

You’d have to be living under the rock in late 1991 and way into 1992 if you didn’t hear Nirvana’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit” on the radio, or watched its video on MTV, where it was heavily circulated. Also, you didn’t have to be a rock fan or someone who listens to alternative rock at that time to like the song. Nirvana, and its lead singer Kurt Cobain, had done something which no other alternative rock act before it has done. Because of that song, they brought alternative rock to the mainstream, so much so, that radio stations that normally would just play pop and R&B music, started playing “Smells Like Teen Spirit”, because everyone wanted to hear it. It was a big hit worldwide and was certainly very popular here in Manila. The song’s video was just as iconic and influential. If you watched the video, you would see many guys with long hair, bobbing their heads up and down in slow motion to match the beat of the song. That head-banging way of moving eventually became popular, so popular that dance clubs here in Manila, at that time, had specific nights for head-banging music. I remember I used to frequent a club which played such type of music and it was filled with well-dressed young people dancing with abandon, most of them head-banging, especially those with long hair. I was surprised the dance club had enough playing material for one whole night of head banging! It was a fun and unique experience for me – and it was not only guys who did it. It was also very popular among college girls. Where before, alternative rock and heavy metal music were mainly the domains of young boys and young men, because of Nirvana, and the band’s open tolerance to fans of all shapes and sizes and genders, a lot of young women were also introduced to alternative rock music. Their album Nevermind was not actually their debut album. It was already their second. But it was the one that would sell in the gazillions and make them a household name.

Written by @tonyfabelous from Fabelousity

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Album Info

"Nevermind"

Artist

Released

  • Jan 01, 2011

Genres

  • Pop/Rock

Label

  • DGC

Producer

  • Butch Vig

Studio

  • Sound City Studios, Van Nuys, California
  • Smart Studios, Madison, Wisconsin

About

Nevermind is the second studio album by American rock band Nirvana, released on September 24, 1991 by DGC Records. Produced by Butch Vig, it was the band's first release on the label, as well as the first to feature drummer Dave Grohl.
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