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  • Audio CD (July 29 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Geffen Records
  • ASIN: B000003TA4
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record  |  Blu-ray Audio
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,214 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #23,321 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Smells Like Teen Spirit
2. In Bloom
3. Come As You Are
4. Breed
5. Lithium
6. Polly
7. Territorial Pissings
8. Drain You
9. Lounge Act
10. Stay Away
11. On A Plain
12. Something In The Way

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One of the defining moments of the 1990s, despite happening at the start of the decade. The guitars start jittering, then "BOOMA-ABOOMA-ABOOMA-ABOOM!", the drums kick in and grunge splatters itself all over a generation of MTV viewers. "Smells Like Teen Spirit" will surely always speak to alienated teenagers, while giving them something to thrash around their rooms to, kicking the whole thing off as it means to go on. "Come As You Are" is dark and twisted, while "Lithium" and "In Bloom" show Kurt Cobain's often overlooked sense of humour, and "Stay Away" highlights the best way to shred your vocal chords. It's nigh-impossible not to love this album, and it will remain Nirvana's most affectionately remembered work. It's just a shame that a misplaced sense of "selling out" (stupid term if ever there was one) led to such an internal rejection of "...Teen Spirit". A work of genius, no question. --Emma Johnston

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By Jack on July 5 2004
Format: Audio CD
"Nevermind" is one of the greatest albums of our time. For any of you who are interested in what killed 80's Rock and infiltrated Alternative, listen to this album.
Kurt Cobain's voice is scratchy but he uses it the rite way. He is no better than an average guitarist, but the genre of "grunge" didn't rely on that. Krist Novelsevic is one of the greatest bassists ever as well as Dave Grohl (Foo Fighters) on drums.
The CD kicks off with the overly catchy "Smells Like Teen Spirit". This is a heavy song that epitomises grunge. Next is the loud rock song "In Bloom". Upon hearing this, you'll find yourself tapping out the drums with Dave. Krist sets a great rhythm with his pulsing bass. The third single of four is "Come as You Are". This is a bass heavy song that dwells on Kurt's "take me for what I am" thoughts. The four song is the speed drumming, lyric slurring "Breed". The fifth song and final single is catchy "Lithium". A more up-tempo song on their alternative side. You'll find this song stuck in your head. The first acoustic song is favorite, "Polly". This is an anti-rape song magnifying Kurt's views. Truly a great song. "Territorial Pissings" is a punk song coming from the bands early influences. You might as well look the lyrics up before you listen to it. Track eight is a popular favorite "Drain You". This song illustrates the effects of love and hate. "Lounge Act" starts off with a great bass strum into a poppy chorus. Song ten is the screaming loud song "Stay Away". "On a Plain" follows as Kurt fills us in on his poor background and childhood. Finally is the acoustic "Something in the Way".
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I'm sorry, but AFI K. James is an utter creep. And no, not the Negative variety, he's more like the malicious kind who never has anything good to say about anything, and continues to harass people when they aren't swayed by his stupidity. The bottom line: Everybody likes what they like. And if you don't like that philosophy, go the hell away from us actual human beings and rot alone behind your wall of loneliness. Everybody likes their own type of music, so leave it at that. I can see the validity of a less-than-shining review of a Nirvana album, so long as the reviewer is honestly expressing how they aren't satisfied with what it offers. AFI K. James just rips Nirvana because he has nothing better to do on Friday nights, weekends, and weekdays than to submit rip after rip of Nirvana. What's more, he copies & pastes his "reviews" and "band recommendations" from other people without their consent! So not only is he a nuisance that needs booting off Amazon, he's also plagiarizer. I think that is grounds to boot the guy of of Amazon. All in all, Nevermind is a good record, people. It's worth buying just as much as anything else.
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First of all I don't think this album is that great. I've listened to it a few times, it's mediocre. Two, maybe three stars in my opinion. But the reason I'm giving this 5 stars is to spite AFI K James. Some idiot who has reviewed this album at least 10 times, and givin it one star every time. Don't worry about not finding his reviews, because I'm sure everyday for the rest of his life he review about how "Kurt Nobrain"(As he likes to call him. A name that when heared of Kurt Cobain even thought was funny) has corrupted america's youth, and how it inspired Nu-Metal. Both is true, but you don't need to state it 15 times, once is enough. And the Darkness aren't going to save rock. Sure, they have solo's, but not many other mainstream bands do, and I don't see a rock revolution coming anytime soon. If you still haven't read one of AFI K James's reviews scroll down a little, and you find one, and another, and another, and another, and another, proving this guy has absolutely no life, and feels proud about bashing a guy that's been dead 10 years. But hey, whatever helps him sleep at night. I believe that he has single handedly brought this albums average review down from 4 and a half stars to just 4 stars(Which it still doesn't deserve, but that not the point) But hey, whatever helps him sleep at night. Oh! Kurt Nobrain, how original.
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Alright, I suppose you can't be a legitmate rock album reviewer unless you review this album, Nevermind.
Everyone knows where this band stands in history, so I'll just skip that mumbo jumbo. Nevermind is a punk album w/ an introduction to grunge. Nirvana didn't create this sound, it was just the first album that was successfully commercial, thus they are legends according to the media. Oh well, Time to rate the songs, no questions asked.
"Smells Like Teen Spirit" is obviously about the teen angst syndrome that haunted the society of the early nineties. "Here we are now, entertain us..." is forrunning motto of this generation. It's a good song w/ high emotion. Overplayed, yes, but still good.
Another well known song in the second spot, "In Bloom" which not as depressing as the former, is still a classic. Still grungy, but this is Nirvana. One of the better on the album.
My favorite song, "Come As You Are" is a dark melodic ballad where some of the lyrics are hard to pick up. Ironic in the fact that Kurt shot himself w/ the "I swear, I don't have a gun" part is repeated, but it's a great song to listen to when you need a good song to listen to.
"Breed" is a more punk song than a grunge song. Nothing to great about it in my opinion, but no reason to skip it.
The final single displayed is "Lithium." Combination of subtle guitar riffs w/ stoic vocals and alt. rock head banging w/ a raging Cobain. Excellent.
Some people might say that the rest of the album sucks b/c there are no other singles in it. The people that own it, know otherwise.
"Polly" a 3 minute ditty about a parrott? Hardly. "Polly" is a poetic ride of Kurt's songwriting skill. The music isn't much though.
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