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Nevermind (album) by Nirvana 

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Nevermind
Nevermind by Nirvana (1991)
Overall rank: 7th   Overall chart history
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86/100 (from 2,789 votes)
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Accolades: Best album of 1991 (1st)
Top 10 albums of the 1990s (2nd)
Top 10 albums of all time (7th)

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Nevermind is ranked as the best album by Nirvana.

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From migglemo 12/01/2016 16:23
This is a handful of great rock songs and a few songs I never need to hear again. Actually, I hardly need to hear any of it again because, sadly, those great rock songs have been played to death on the radio for the past 25 years. The few that haven't been killed (and don't deserve death) are pleasant surprises, such as 'Breed', 'Drain You', and 'Lounge Act'. Much of the rest of it is pretty forgettable. The album is front-loaded, with the first five songs being perfect, but they couldn't sustain it. I don't think they'd figured out how to make a classic yet. But the impact of the record in 1991 was enough to propel it to classic status. In Utero is more interesting. It would have been nice to see what else Kurt Cobain could do. 4 stars.
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From Thad 11/17/2016 01:40
If you ask me, probably the most overrated album of all time. It isn't bad though, and definitely has some highlights - I really enjoy In Bloom and Lithium. Otherwise, never been a fan of Kurt's voice and the production and instrumentation does not vary enough to keep me interested. The lyrics are either incoherent or outwardly depressing but lacking any creativity or innovation, so even though I enjoy "sad" music I can't really get into it.
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From hoyquarlow 10/15/2016 23:51
Happy 25th anniversary, album that changed the world !
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From samora 10/01/2016 15:00
Still a fantastic album, 25 years later. The middle bit, starting with Lithium, is the best. One of the highlights includes the little guitar bit in the anti-machoist (never met a wise man, if so it's a woman) Territorial Pissings at minute 1:25.
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From radio-head 09/21/2016 06:02
Polly wants a cracker...
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From acolabella 09/17/2016 18:47
The songwriting on this album is superb
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From Jdcarty 09/10/2016 11:42
I came see the appeal and it really is a great album but I find it a little disappointing that it's often regarded as the greatest album of 90's. Personally most of the sounds sound too similar but there aren't any fillers thankfully.
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From lanadeleswift 09/02/2016 17:50
Harder than most stuff I usually like but it just really has a unique sort of appeal.
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From Strangel 08/30/2016 06:15
In superseding the relevancy of heavy metal, Nirvana gave the alienated masses 'grunge' with this incredibly catchy collection of noise-tinged distemper. Nirvana riled against excesses (other than that coming from amps) and in so-doing relegated the naffness of 80s to the realms of history. Nevermind relies on the quiet-loud-quiet-loud formula and it works so well in drawing out all the latent disaffection waiting to erupt in unrepentant youth.
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Best Albums of 1991
1. Nevermind by Nirvana
2. Loveless by My Bloody Valentine
3. Ten by Pearl Jam
4. Achtung Baby by U2
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14. Use Your Illusion II by Guns N' Roses
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18. Innuendo by Queen
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