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…to be loved just like everybody else does” doesn’t exist anymore.

We always thought he was just kooky-uncle-crazy, but if this turns out to be true it’s much, much more sinister than that. I don’t if it’s his ego or what, but it seems like the Morrissey who sang “I am human and I need

 +2Posted on Jul 23rd | re: Caption The Sad Jack White Cubs Photo And Win A Prize (332 comments)

Should be one of the top-rated.

 +4Posted on Jun 16th | re: Let's Shortlist The Song Of The Summer 2014 (286 comments)

Not sure how popular this pick will be but…

I Wanna Get Better – Bleachers

 +21Posted on Jun 16th | re: Let's Shortlist The Song Of The Summer 2014 (286 comments)

Sun Glass – Fucked Up

 +1Posted on Apr 12th | re: Live Through This Turns 20 (14 comments)

Miss World is up there with Gold Soundz and Let Down for best songs of the nineties in my book.

“You know I can’t talk about it. Anyways, how is your sex life?”

I think, and this is just a guess, that these four were chosen in part to represent how people of all generations were affected by and interested in Nirvana’s music. Obviously Joan Jett’s from an era a little before grunge, Sonic Youth were at their best around the late-80′s/early ’90′s so that could be Gen X, St. Vincent is a millennial, and Lorde could show that teens today still are invested in the band’s catalog. That’s what I gathered from this, anyways.

Here’s a crazy thought: Buzz Osborne.

 +2Posted on Apr 5th | re: The 10 Best Nirvana Songs (166 comments)

Joining the bandwagon of people confused about the lack of In Utero tracks.

1. Heart-Shaped Box
2. Pennyroyal Tea (In Utero version)
3. Smells Like Teen Spirit
4. Where Did You Sleep Last Night?
5. All Apologies (In Utero version)
6. On a Plain (Nevermind version)
7. About a Girl (MTV Unplugged version)
8. Rape Me
9. Serve the Servants
10. Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge on Seattle