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In Utero (album) by Nirvana 

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In Utero
In Utero by Nirvana (1993)
Overall rank: 51st   Overall chart history
Average Rating: 
84/100 (from 1,679 votes)
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Accolades: Best album of 1993 (1st)
Top 10 albums of the 1990s (9th)
Top 100 albums of all time (51st)

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Nirvana bestography

In Utero is ranked 2nd best out of 14 albums by Nirvana on BestEverAlbums.com.

The best album by Nirvana is Nevermind which is ranked number 8 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 92,232.

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85/100
It has some pretty bad stuff, but for all I care, it makes up for it. Grungy, angry sound, even more so than Nevermind. Heart-Shaped Box is my Nirvana song.
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From khj11 02/07/2017 00:58
Nirvana's best album in my opinion. Much darker and complex compared to the influential Nevermind.
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From Komorebi-D 12/26/2016 06:01
What can I say about this one that hasn't already been said? Other than its my preference from their catalog and by extension, one of my favourites from the decade itself. Amongst the crushing and dense milieu of Cobain's self-deprecation, he consistently instills an idea. This idea being; the only aspect that fundametnally separates people into the depressed and the untroubled is distraction. And how it controls everything around us; the people & things we surround ourselves with, just distractions, the motivations & purposes we give ourselves & others are nothing but distractions. To exist and all we amount to, is to be distracted. And to be disillusioned is to succumb to personal ruin.

That is something I've firmly believed even before I listened. For that exact reason, I hope this document is held as the masterpiece it is as the years pass us by.
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85/100
From Mehran 12/24/2016 01:28
Best track: Dumb
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From slurpdurp 12/11/2016 19:13
In Utero is much more consistent and ambitious than Nevermind. Nirvana was able to produce the sound that they wanted and as a result the sound is much more organic. The hearts and souls of every member of the band is reflected in the music, especially Cobain's. His lyrics are haunting. The legacy of Nirvana will live on for decades, with this album being the epitome of what they wanted to show and say to the world. It's not as popular as Nevermind, but it is more elegant.
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From KeczSnak 11/17/2016 14:34
Nirvana comes again to harder sounds. This time however, they don't rely on guitar heaviness. Instead, they focus more on claustrophobic, dark atmosphere with production that makes the effect even more overwhelming. My favourite of Nirvana
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From acolabella 09/20/2016 17:18
This record is so intense and heavy. It's awesome
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90/100
From jellybelly 09/08/2016 18:54
Definitely the best nirvana album.
It contains some of their best songs like Frances farmer, rape me, all apologies and radio friendly unit shifter.
The only problem is the production: drums are recorded like if they were played in a little room, bass volume is really low and the distorted guitar sounds really worse than the Nevermind's one.
However is one the best album of all the Times and surely is the best nirvana album. A masterpiece of the 90s.
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From lanadeleswift 09/03/2016 02:23
Has a lot more diversity to offer than Nevermind, but still not quite as good. All Apologies may be my favorite Nirvana song
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From albumceleste 08/12/2016 00:27
When it came out I loved it and would have rated 9.5
Then many years passed and forgotted this almost completely on the pile of albums-that-I- used-to-listen-in-my-youth.

I just relistened it expecting a 6.5
Hell no! This was awesome!
8.5
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