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Electric City
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October 13th 2005


15762 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Nevertheless, I never said Nirvana revolutionized the industry all by themselves.



P.S. I guess I was a little heavy on the tobasco sauce with the guy, but he's putting words into my mouth I never said.



Plus I gotta defend my work. ;-)

Electric City
Emeritus
October 13th 2005


15762 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Yeah my bad. I hate fighting with people, and I never try to instigate fights. Plus i think the guy is a one commenter. He'll say his crap, and i don't think we'll hear from him again.



And yes I am Kurt Cobain. I came back from the dead to write 5 Green Day reviews, A Weezer review, and a Who review before I decided to do my own material. lol.

bassx901
October 13th 2005


13 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

ok...................get your s*** straight. nevermind and ten were written at the same time. had nirvana not gotten popular, pearl jam would have gotten the credit with evenflow or jeremy. also.....alice in chains was already getting popular. they were already touring with van halen, poison, and iggy pop. they had 2 albums out before nevermind got popular. they just needed the media attention. suck my n**s.

masada
October 13th 2005


2733 Comments


[quote=bassx901]suck my n**s.[/quote]

Yes sir. :upset:


bassx901
October 13th 2005


13 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

i am not a 1 timer.



bassx901
October 13th 2005


13 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

lol



masada
October 13th 2005


2733 Comments


Butch Vig is Satan.

bassx901
October 13th 2005


13 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

ok.......

pulseczar
October 13th 2005


2385 Comments


Butch Vig r00ls. Except for stealing the Pumpkins sound and taking it to Nirvana, that was very nasty of him.

Electric City
Emeritus
October 13th 2005


15762 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I have my shit straight thank you very much. why are u getting into an argument with me over who came first? Nirvana has stayed a giant rock band even after their lead singer died. Pearl Jam and Alice In Chains? Ask a random person off the street, 50-70% of the people wont know.

heart_shaped_box
October 13th 2005


10 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Nirvana is too great to be summed up in 14 or 16 tracks. My favorites are "drain you" and "even in his youth". Where's "polly", "serve the servants" or "old age". They should have a two disc thingy so they can fit more tracks. I know they released with th lights out but its all like bootleg. They should make Unkown great songs more accesible to fans.

Electric City
Emeritus
October 13th 2005


15762 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

^They did. It's called With The Lights Out.





And this is a greatest hits cd made up of known songs and singles.

innerdark
October 14th 2005


749 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

this could have been much better ( the album i mean the review was spot on) if they replaced been a son with aneurysm and had gallons of rubbing alcohol...( for those who don't know abot 25 mins after all apologies finishs on in utero) oh and trust me. wheree did u sleep last night... u ain't missin nethin it sucks



Electric City
Emeritus
October 14th 2005


15762 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Thank you very much. I'm starting to like this guy lol.

bassx901
October 15th 2005


13 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

i have an idea..........ask the people. have you heard of pearl jam and alice in chains?? place your answers here and we'll see who has the better argument. post your feedback please

Electric City
Emeritus
October 15th 2005


15762 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

The people here of course will have heard of Pearl Jam and Alice in Chains. There are about 28 gazillion reviews for them. Look, it's a known fact that Smells Like Teen Spirit brought Alt Rock into the mainstream.

Electric City
Emeritus
October 15th 2005


15762 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Ugh all you people! You have got to Listen! The argument is: Nirvana didn't bring alt rock into the mainstream, Alice in Chains and Pearl Jam did. But my counterargument is: MTV played Nirvana non stop! So therefore they win.

bassx901
October 15th 2005


13 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

i like you turdopholis

This Message Edited On 10.15.05

bassx901
October 15th 2005


13 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

and my point was not that pearl jam and alice in chains brought alt. to the mainstream. they were examples. just like nirvana, they added to the demand for more and more SEATTLE bands. alt. rock is such a broad term. there were literally thousands of bands that were and are alt. i am a fan of nirvana but it is unfair and egotistical to say that nirvana did it with their breakout song. seattle rock was enivitible.

bassx901
October 15th 2005


13 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

american society was beginning to fade away from hair metal. they were demanding newer types of sounds that nirvana, pearl jam, alice in chains, and many other bands produced. i am seeing this trend today. look at the rock scene as a whole. what types of bands were popular in the 90s?? alt bands and some nu-metal bands. we as a culture are shifting toward bands that are typically more emo or "punk" rock (punk rock is not what it used to be). bands such as my chemical romance or fall out boy. these types of bands are beginning to become popular. you can argue this point by claiming that bands like blink 182 or sum 41 began this trend. do you see the parallel?? these bands started a revolution. it is unfair to say something like blink 182 changed the shape of rock music by themselves. even without those bands we would inevitibly have bands creating this type of music. my point is that ONE band or ONE song CANNOT change music. get the point??



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