A Conversation for Nirvana - the Band
Theneedforspeed (God of small talk, beer connoisseur and mindless instrument of the Dark Side) Started conversation Jan 3, 2003
...there is no discussion of what I always thought of as one of the best Nirvana songs ever - The Man who sold the World.
Classic Nirvana - neat guitar and Cobain's haunting voice, both at their brilliant best.....
Jessie, queen of the strange - Nirvana rocks my socks! Posted Jan 28, 2003
Because it wasn't theirs originally. It was a Bowie cover, picked out specifically for Unplugged.
Also, I checked into it, and all of the covers they selected for Unplugged (and several of their original songs) mention death. Isn't that cool? Or maybe that's just me.
Monty_PythonFjords Posted Dec 29, 2003
Also the Set looks like it's for a memorial service
They say Kurt planned his death for years beforehand.
meteora Posted Mar 2, 2004
I totally agree that Unplugged is like a memorial service.
Actually that album is my fave one.
I like it, very deep though some songs are not Nirvana's.
debaser41 Posted Jan 10, 2005
Just think of 'In Utero' as a suicide note and the 'MTV Unplugged' as a message from six feet under. They're just great albums.
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