The Moment We Found Nirvana: An Oral History of One of the Greatest Bands of All Time
In 1991 pop music had just about bottomed out. Hair metal and prefab boy bands ruled the charts. But that June, three grungy dudes from Washington recorded an album that changed everything. Nirvana's "Nevermind" would sell 25 million copies, alter the course of music and fashion, and transform Kurt Cobain into the reluctant voice of a generation. Twenty years later, GQ re-...more
Kindle Edition, 25 pages
(first published September 12th 2011)
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This was super interesting; however, I think it could have been compiled and presented much better. It seemed a little rushed in assembly to me. There was little context provided; rather just what seems to be curated quotes, or sound bites, (from collected oral histories) presented by topic. It was good, not great, but worth reading.