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Nevermind (album) by Nirvana 

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Nevermind
Nevermind by Nirvana (1991)
Overall rank: 8th   Overall chart history
Average Rating: 
86/100 (from 2,846 votes)
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Accolades: Best album of 1991 (1st)
Top 10 albums of the 1990s (2nd)
Top 10 albums of all time (8th)

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Nevermind is ranked as the best album by Nirvana.

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Average Rating: 
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From khj11 01/16/2017 22:54
Overall great album, absolutely amazing. I would probably give it a 90 or 95 if they ended the album after something in the way. Endless, Nameless is just pointless
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From hereforashortime 01/16/2017 16:34
I avoided this album, but I finally listened to it and wow that was fantastic, It's very diverse, and the lyrics are phenomenal
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From CJMishellsan 01/15/2017 07:43
This is a classic album, and I don't deny it's influence. But #8 of all time? Are you kidding me? I feel the same concerning the Velvet Underground's debut, you can't let historical influence be the deciding factor in an albums merit. This has an 86 average, with at least 20 other albums bearing a higher rating, yet it makes the top 10? Please correct me when I say that makes absolutely no sense! I say top 40 is sufficient for this album. I think we all need to take our nostalgia glasses off for a minute and really think about this, folks.
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From Mehran 12/24/2016 01:27
Best track: Polly
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From desh79 12/22/2016 15:39
A key scene from Brett Morgen's documentary Cobain: Montage of Heck is the juxtaposition between a small-scale basement gig Nirvana played in the Sub Pop era (ie roundabout 1990), where the audience seemed to consist of a few friends and perhaps a dog, and them playing Reading two years later to an absolutely MASSIVE crowd. Quite aside from being a superb piece of film editing, it illustrated precisely just how suddenly and how quickly (and, I guess, shocking) Nirvana's fame came to everyone concerned. This really was something that came out of nowhere. Suddenly a band that, by optimistic estimates, could expect to reach sales figures of 50.000-ish was knocking Michael Jackson off the top of the Billboard charts. To paraphase Joe Biden, this was a big effing deal.

But all that aside, Nevermind truly is a superb piece of work, a perfect marriage between pop and punk - something many have tried, but few have succeeded, in achieving since. On a personal level, this album encapsulated my early teenage years like no other. The day this leaves my personal top ten is the day I cease to be me, simple as that.
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From Egophobia 12/21/2016 14:24
Still an awesome album!
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From slurpdurp 12/08/2016 22:12
"Nevermind" is fantastic. It is a beautiful work of art beginning to end and an album packed with more emotion than most. It's not without its flaws, but overall, Nevermind is a musical masterpiece that'll live on for generations.
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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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1. Nevermind by Nirvana
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