Nevermind (album) by Nirvana
In total, there are 14 music albums by Nirvana which appear in the greatest album charts and Nevermind is ranked as the best.
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|Rare Nevermind Long Box + US CD , NIRVANA 1991
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Nevermind track list
|1.||Smells Like Teen Spirit||90/100 (440 votes)|
|2.||In Bloom||87/100 (306 votes)|
|3.||Come As You Are||89/100 (370 votes)|
|4.||Breed||85/100 (236 votes)|
|5.||Lithium||88/100 (324 votes)|
|6.||Polly||84/100 (234 votes)|
|7.||Territorial Pissings||82/100 (193 votes)|
|8.||Drain You||84/100 (216 votes)|
|9.||Lounge Act||83/100 (196 votes)|
|10.||Stay Away||81/100 (191 votes)|
|11.||On A Plain||84/100 (210 votes)|
|12.||Something In The Way||84/100 (230 votes)|
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Beautiful melodies of glorious noise...
I loved this album in the early 90s. Then it got over played and over hyped that I grew sick of it. Now I can listen to it again and enjoy it. I think it's a very good album but not necessarily as wonderful as it's made out to be.
The album that popularized Punk and Alternative. Its really good even for casual music listeners but if you really appreciate music, you will understand why this album is so good. Not only its loud but Kurt put his heart and soul with every strum of his angst filled spirit on his guitar and in his raw voice present with pain and anguish. You can really tell what he was singing about was powerful.
80/100 for it's influence. I'm certain I will never understand the acclaim it receives though. It's just too simple to be called a masterpiece.
Do not listen to this album for lyrics, because they kinda suck. Listen to this album for the production, voice, and drumming! That's what Nevermind is all about. Key tracks: Smells Like Teen Spirit, Come As You Are, Lithium, and Polly. It's EXTREMELY hard for an album to be this good and have such poor lyrics.
When I listen to Nevermind, I need to be in a grunge mood to enjoy it.
The album that defined a generation, and it's not hard to see why.
The singles are overrated but the full album is good.
From "Smells Like Teen Spirit" to "Polly" is just wonderfully done; matches the critical and audience acclaimed perfectly, however my biggest gripe with this album is the second half, as it's not that memorable and sounds like a lot of noise. I can see why people like this album so much; they can relate with the lyrics and has a very distinct sound to the entire album - Kurt Cobain has my respect as an artist. It's still very well made and has aged better than most albums of todays standards. Though what I don't understand is how it's so high on the overall chart, I mean, how can an album warrant an acheivement like that. It should be in the top 50, but #6? That's way too high!
The exact moment when the American underground that had been cultivated over the past decade bubbled over into the mainstream.
Lounge Act=Best Song
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