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a song that defines a generation, or changes one....

As much as I know there was better artists than Nirvana, it is still hard for me to argue this song didn't envelope and change a lot from society, and truth is I don't think they knew..

RoaringLion · 51-55, M
This salient piece by Arthur Big Boy Crudup.
One of many sad examples where super talented black artists, with highly original songs were taken advantage of by white producers/ record companies. They would pay a paltry flat fee for the rights to the songs, then re-recording them with a white artist and making a killing while the original musicians die of starvation and are buried in unmarked graves. Criminal!
caPnAhab · 26-30, M
As Kurt said...

He pretty much created the ultimate pop song
uncalled4 · 56-60, M
I'm not sure it was the lyrics--"a mulatto, an albino, a mosquito, my libido!"


I know I love playing the drum part - Grohl was on fire throughout this band, even on Unplugged.
It’s true that Kurt Cobain and Nirvana had something that spoke to a generation, and his untimely death was universally mourned.

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