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|NFC News Rolling Stone's 1994 cover story|
Re-visit the 1994 Nirvana cover of Rolling Stone: Success Doesn't Suck: Rolling Stone's 1994 Kurt Cobain Cover Story. The article also has links to other Nirvana coverage by Rolling Stone. Check it out here.
|Posted or updated: 01-31-2011 @ 5:41 AM (GMT) by RH.|
|NFC News Nirvana #2 in "250 best albums of Q's lifetime" poll|
In the February issue of Q magazine, they chart the 250 best albums of the magazine's lifetime as voted by their readers.
The list is topped by Radiohead's "OK Computer" while Nirvana follows at #2 with Nevermind.
You can view the Top 30 albums here.
Thanks to Gry.
|Posted or updated: 01-29-2011 @ 8:52 AM (GMT) by RH.|
|NFC News Nirvana on cover of new MOJO|
In addition, "MOJO’s Keith Cameron provides an eye-witness account of how the band went from grim tours and sleeping on floors, to world domination and TV saturation. Dave Grohl recalls the tipping point of Smells Like Teen Spirit."
The magazine also includes a free CD, "The Roots of Nirvana" with songs from the punk underground such as Mudhoney, Meat Puppets, Green River and more.
You can watch a preview video here as well as read more information about the issue.
The new issue will be on sale this Tuesday, January 25.
|Posted or updated: 01-23-2011 @ 3:44 AM (GMT) by RH.|
|NFC News Winner of Swedish "Idol" covers another 'Nirvana' track|
We've previously posted a clip of Jay Smith, the talented winner of Sweden's "Idol" television show, covering Nirvana's Heart-Shaped Box. Below you can find another cover - this time of Where Did You Sleep Last Night (while not a Nirvana song, they performed it at the Unplugged show).
Thanks to Cajsa for the clip.
|Posted or updated: 01-23-2011 @ 3:35 AM (GMT) by RH.|
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