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Rocking the Bloc....
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Posted - Apr 6 2004 : 12:14AM
Here's one article I found on [link inactive:404 - Page not found]CNN, which is just one of many I am sure. I know many of you do not fall into the category of people who were that age when "Grunge" came to rule the lives of angst-ridden teens in the early 90s, but I just wanted everybody to remember what was the greatest music movement of my lifetime and many others as well. Let us remember a time when artists wrote their own music, and were extremely passionate and meant the things they sang through their lyrics. Where were you "The Day the Music Died"?

jab

PS-- This is also the anniversary of Layne Staley, and Alice in Chains is the band which has come to define the "Grunge" movement for me.


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Posted - Apr 6 2004 : 12:57AM
Does anyone in 2004 give a crap about Kurt Cobain or his wacked out widow Courtney Love?

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Rocking the Bloc....
760 Posts
2/04
Posted - Apr 6 2004 : 1:01AM
Yet another negative post on ADT, which makes me wonder why I even bother posting on here.

jab


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Posted - Apr 6 2004 : 1:04AM
Please do not take this as negative, the opinion of others, or the site itself. This is just our opinion in a free to talk area. We were going up during this time and were part of Feels Like Teenage Spirit. We suffered and hoped for better time. Thankfully the industry moved forward, but unfortunatly Courtney did not.

While Kurt was the poet of his time, it is our perspective that he did not live up to the legend status of Buddy Holly, Elvis or John Lennon.

Just our thoughts.

Ms Christine & JC, the first couple of adult review.


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Rocking the Bloc....
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2/04
Posted - Apr 6 2004 : 1:08AM
Has the music industry "moved forward" as you say?? And you'll notice I said nothing about Courtney in my post, you brought up her negative image in conjunction with my post.

jab

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Posted - Apr 6 2004 : 2:01AM
I've tried writing two posts for this topic and keep getting more pissed off as I write. Kurt wrote some incredible music but boy did he fail when it came to the biggest test and that's of being a parent. Love his music but just think of the little girl he left behind!! Peace be with you Frances Bean!

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Posted - Apr 6 2004 : 2:42AM
Kurt Cobain's death certainly received a lot of media attention today. TV and otherwise. 91X in San Diego played Nirvana music most of the day to "celebrate the life of..." and the one thing that came to mind was how he died.
He didn't die in a helicopter crash like Stevie Ray Vaughn, he killed himself. I liked Nirvana during their day and can still appreciate the music, but does "celebrating his life" send the wrong message?

Anabolic/Diabolic

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1/04
Posted - Apr 6 2004 : 2:48AM
The music didn't "die" when he offed himself. Yes, he did start a new genre of music when Nirvana hit the scene in late 91'. Kurt and co. brought forth something new and refreshing to those sick and tired of hard rock/metal bands that ruled the 80's and early 90's.

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Posted - Apr 6 2004 : 4:18AM
Kurt Cobain was a musical genius - yet he couldn't comprehend the nature of his being. Rest in peace, Kurt...

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Posted - Apr 6 2004 : 4:55AM
Kids were looking for something different, and it just happened to be Nirvana. If it hadn't been them, it would have been another group. Musically, they certainly weren't revolutionary. Just a garage punk band. Not in the same league as the Clash, X, or even the Chili Peppers.

CC



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Posted - Apr 6 2004 : 5:28AM
He was superior, vastly, to the first and third, but not the second.

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Posted - Apr 6 2004 : 11:34AM
I can't believe it's been ten years (feeling old now...) He was a talented guy. I love his voice. Who knows what he would have acoomplished musically.

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Posted - Apr 6 2004 : 11:38AM
Kurt Cobain was one of the greatest songwriters of all time.

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Posted - Apr 6 2004 : 4:30PM
R.I.P. Kurt Cobain & Nirvana
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Posted - Apr 6 2004 : 9:08PM
I like Hole. That is all I am going to say about that.

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Posted - Apr 6 2004 : 9:27PM
I was never a big fan of Cobain's music, but I do give a crap about Courtney...well not her so much. She's a nutbar, but I do like a lot of her music. The last Hole CD was fantastic and her newest solo effort is really growing on me.

Rog

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Posted - Apr 6 2004 : 9:44PM
I love Nirvana and all the music that came out of Seattle in the early nineties. I listen to it every day and never get bored with it. Ever since the grunge thing died I think music for the most part has been horrible with a few exceptions of course.

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Posted - Apr 6 2004 : 10:22PM
It was a great time because Rap was so good back then too with Dre, Snoop, etc...

Now, MTV rock is a fucking joke and rap is all the same shit, talking about jewelry and cars.


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Posted - Apr 6 2004 : 11:33PM
[RAIN]
*Beware* Don't trust anyone over 30, and here's why: hey kids! You mean all I have to do is play in a rock 'n roll band and maybe thrash out a few chords or play the sloppy drums and get hooked on booze and/or drugs and get overwhelmed by my fame and lack of privacy and lash out at the music industry and authority and become an idol to millions and die before my time?

RIP Jim Morrison, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Keith Moon, John Bonham, Shannon Hoone (Blind Melon), Bradley Nowell (Sublime), Layne Staley (Alice in Chains)...

Be careful who your idols are. Sometime we build people up to be these nearly mythologically gifted souls when in fact it was often right place, right time and who you know.
[/RAIN]

That said - too bad, Kurt. Couple of nice tunes. Saw you two months before you offed yourself. Sloppy concert. You were high, weren't you? I want my $50 back. The Breeders were better, and that's saying a lot about how bad you played, you putz. Dave Grohl was the talented one.

Kid Rock puts on a better show than Nirvana did. Fucking Glenn Frey and Joe Walsh's crusty asses put on a better show than Kurt and Co. did.

So flame me. His timing and business acumen were phenomenal -- I wish I had bought the "Corporate Rock Whores" t-shirt from the show. He didn't even try to hide it.

...squawk...he would've liked it this way, trust me. He hated himself.

Edited: to remove Lennon, because all he was hooked on was nasty French Gaultiers and weed, and he was murdered. Hey, I have some principles, you know.

Edited by - cobalt60 on 4/6/2004 11:43:28 PM


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Posted - Apr 7 2004 : 1:11AM
The one time I saw Nirvana, on their last tour I guess, I left so depressed about music that I really needed to take a break. It was one of the most dis-spirited, uninspired, awful things I've seen in my whole life. The Breeders were nearly as bad. Thank God for Come (the band, not the precious bodily fluid). They wore that motherfucker OUT! Thalia Zedek! NYC junkies KILL whining PAC NW rock star junkies ANY DAY OF THE WEEK!

Yessir! True!

Then afew days later I saw John Zorn's Masada for the first time, unamplified, playing Yiddish free jazz in a dismal punk club and I saw the light of creation, and all was good.

Kurt was a troubled soul, and the charismatic fuck-up dead boy of all the charismatic fuck-up dead boys that charismatically fucked up and died of his generation. That includes the girls. But, while capable of searing psychodrama (the "Unplugged" live session is the album for the ages; not "Nevermind," if you ask me), the power of many of those songs is kind of subsumed and subverted by the way they fed the star-making machinery: The birth of alternative rock! Which, at the end of the day, the fin de siecle, means "the birth of Creed!" Seventh generation ripoffs. Oh, the boredom. The boredom that killed Kurt, Kurt left as his legacy. Some pretty good songs though, but I don't mourn. I do love though how when Wal-Mart insisted they couldn't sell an album with a song called "Rape Me" on it, they redid the tune as "Waif Me." That's fucking genius! I salute you, Kurt, for that. Rest easy. Courtney's getting there as fast as she can.


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Posted - Apr 17 2004 : 5:37AM
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Posted - Jun 7 2019 : 7:55PM
Wow! It's now been 25 years.

An amusing personal memory.

When I was growing up, the cool thing was when artists became huge, to brag that you liked them when they started, and everyone else is just following the trend.

Nirvana were a band that when they became famous, every single person liked them when they started.

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