10 Things You Didn't Know About Nirvana's Nevermind

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It's 1991, the blueprint for the world wide web is beginning to take shape and the map of Europe was more or less redrawn. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Terminator: Judgment Day took the box office by storm, whilst the music world mourned the death of Freddie Mercury. In amongst all that, three musicians from Seattle released an album that ushered in the era of Grunge that changed contemporary music. Of course, I am talking about Nirvana's seminal album, Nevermind. It has been cited as one of the most important rock albums of all-time, leading frontman Kurt Cobain to being a global icon and spawning a revolution in €˜90s music. It featured tracks such as Come As You Are, Lithium, In Bloom and generation X anthem, Smells Like Teen Spirit. Nevermind took a small underground Seattle grunge band to worldwide overnight success and to date, has sold more than 30 million copies worldwide. In the twenty-three years since it was made, stories of its production have circled around rock €˜n€™ roll folklore, but here are ten things you didn€™t know about Nirvana€™s breakthrough record, Nevermind...

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