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Nevermind (album) by Nirvana 

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Nevermind
Nevermind by Nirvana (1991)
Overall rank: 7th   Overall chart history
Average Rating: 
86/100 (from 2,616 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 Edwarda85 11 hours ago
I chronicled my less than flattering take on Nirvana on the comment page for the band. I began doing it here and then realized this wasn't the right place for it.

Basically a new group of youngsters alienated by sex drugs and rock and roll 80's hair metal and wimpy melancholic synth mood pieces and rebel punk were looking for an outlet.

There was an open spot at the top of mainstream and Nirvana were raw, ugly, and uninterested enough with being popular that a generation latched on.

The music isn't spectacular or clever or layered. These aren't band members interested in musical theory. They wanted to convey manly depression and they did. Yawn.

The singles are interesting enough and kudos to brainwashing a generation into relegating you to legendary status.

But my theory is that the greatest bands stand the test of time. Decades can pass and people recognize great music. Nirvana will end up being more of a lesson in musical history than something future generations will listen to.

And good luck getting people from previous generations on board with Nirvana---when it is so much easier to do so with bands like Radiohead and Arcade Fire.
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From garycottier 14 hours ago
Possibly the last truly important album ever made. Nevermind, is not just a significant moment in the history of pop, it is also a rip roaring rock'n'roll album that just about blows you away. Essential tracks, off course, in, in bloom, come as you are, and, lithium, but, smells like teen spirit, is one of the most important songs ever. It's a classic cut in the same vein as, like a rolling stone, strawberry fields forever, and, bohemian rhapsody, as in there was before and there was after, nothing would ever be the same again. If I want to be picky I would say a lot of the songs on, nevermind, sound the same to me, but that's just a personal quibble. All in all, it's a superb album, and an essential purchase for any music fan.
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From ERadio 05/20/2016 17:27
Die Bon Jovi! Die Poison! Die Winger! Die Slaughter! Die Nelson die! No Hair will withstand our Grunge.
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From chivocosmico 05/13/2016 17:00
Not bad at all, but really overrated.
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From sethmadsen 05/01/2016 23:48
Good lord this album is such a release of emotion for me. Forget drugs and sex, just scream at the top of your lungs to this album. Better than anti-depressants.

So emotionally raw. Love it.
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From buckchip 04/19/2016 10:28
grunge was redefined in the 90s by this album
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From crimson 04/16/2016 00:38
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From exileonthehell 04/15/2016 21:49
Jesus cats, don't know what ya thinking but this definitely doesn't belong in a top 100.
Don't agree with the jackbrown dude tho
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From WhySoManyCats 04/10/2016 10:40
Jesus Jack, for something you hate you sure do like to give it lots of time and attention.
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From jackbrown8786 04/10/2016 06:38
the stripped down versions on Unplugged > the versions on here....
the covers on Unplugged > the versions of these songs on Unplugged....
yet somehow this album is ranked higher than Unplugged? the fact that most ppl prefer to listen to his covers doesn't say anything about his compositional skill? how does Grohl's drumming and Kurt's voice make up for the fact that he sucks at songwriting? it's verse/choruse/verse/chorus until the Lennon-ripoffy experimental conclusion. it doesn't belong among the best of all time.
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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
5. Blood Sugar Sex Magik by Red Hot Chili Peppers
6. Spiderland by Slint
7. Metallica by Metallica
8. Screamadelica by Primal Scream
9. The Low End Theory by A Tribe Called Quest
10. Laughing Stock by Talk Talk
11. Blue Lines by Massive Attack
12. Out Of Time by R.E.M.
13. Badmotorfinger by Soundgarden
14. Use Your Illusion II by Guns N' Roses
15. Trompe Le Monde by Pixies
16. Use Your Illusion I by Guns N' Roses
17. Gish by The Smashing Pumpkins
18. Innuendo by Queen
19. Dangerous by Michael Jackson
20. Temple Of The Dog by Temple Of The Dog



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