|2. Floyd The Barber|
|3. About A Girl|
|5. Love Buzz|
|6. Paper Cuts|
|7. Negative Creep|
|9. Swap Meet|
|10. Mr. Moustache|
|12. Big Cheese|
this is some great music. about a girl is my favorite, but i love the strait cobain-rock styles of mr. moustache and negative creep. this album is dirty, choppy, horribly produced, and it's probably one of the greatest albums to ever be released in the last 30 years. simply beautiful music with absoloute, honest, and from-the-heart lyrics. this music is good for everyone of any age. old people will definetly get into it because of the serious beatle's influence, and the kids will like it because the music genuinely good.
thanks, nirvana, for a great batch of music..
This is a really grungy record, and it might not be everybody's cup of tea (lots of feedback and distortion envelop most of the songs). And it was recorded for 600 dollars, but it sounds like the best that 600 dollars can buy. To new Nirvana fans, I would recommend buying Nevermind or the greatest hits collection first. I would even go far to say that you should buy this CD last.
Even if it isn't their best, nor their most listenable (the same could be said for In Utero [a classic] or From The Muddy Banks Of The Wishka [a sub-par album]), it is MY favorite Nirvana CD. I must admit, I like them more when they are sloppy and laid back than when they are souped up with glossy production. Kurt Cobain's guitar playing has never been louder and sloppier, and his singing voice isn't always on key, but thats what I like about it. Krist Novoselic's bass is thick and boomy, just the way it should be. Chad Channing....he is no Dave Grohl, and compared to Dave, he sucks. But he hits those skins hard, and it suits the music well.
My favorite songs on this album are Floyd The Barber, School, and Negative Creep.
Overall, if you like grunge, or are a big fan of Nirvana, you will love this CD. Newcomers and non-believers, look elsewhere.