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Nevermind (album) by Nirvana 

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Nevermind
Nevermind by Nirvana (1991)
Overall rank: 10th   Overall chart history
Average Rating: 
86/100 (from 3,533 votes)
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Accolades: Best album of 1991 (1st)
Top 10 albums of the 1990s (2nd)
Top 10 albums of all time (10th)

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Nirvana bestography

Nevermind is ranked as the best album by Nirvana.

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-NevermindIn Utero

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From bnst1101 02/15/2019 22:24
Never has such simple rock been so good. No weak track, just amazing.
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From Rivera 02/11/2019 00:44
One of those iconic, once in a generation type albums that changes everything.
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From nashd 02/07/2019 01:21
Great album probably not top 10 worthy when you have Unknown Pleasures way down the list and Daydream Nation etc
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From VictorVale 01/04/2019 12:32
Símbolo do grunge e dos anos 90's.
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From JimagineL 12/09/2018 06:21
Yes' i've been that person that once asked "do Nirvana really reserves to be in the top 10 of all time?". But nowadays i really don't mind that much, personally It wouldn't be my choice but I can understand why It is ranked so high. This spot is not just about the music, is about everything surrounding It, it's about Nirvana, it's about grunge, it's about the last moment in history that we know that this kind of "raw" rock was on, was alive, It had something to tell, you know?
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From Aaron98 11/20/2018 14:54
This album may or may not have been important in some way... It's also frickin good and is pretty much the most important album of the 90's. As overplayed as "Smells Like Teen Spirit" is, it's a hell of an opener, and a fantastic song. "In Bloom", "Come As You Are", "Lithium", and pretty much every other song on this album are classic's. The closure, "Something in the Way", for me was not what I was expecting the album to close with, but I wouldn't ask for anything else to end the album off with. People still talk about this album, and how influential it was, and still is, and while I do prefer "In Utero" just a litttllee bit, it's a fantastic album with crisp production, amazing instrumentation, and raw as heck vocals to make this album what it is today.
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From NickGordons 11/19/2018 17:51
I prefer Nevermind, but In Utero great too. Nevermind is my youth, when I was kid, peoples around me which listen to rock, they was a fan of 30STM and Marilyn Manson, but I don't give a f*ck, Nirvana was a better through the times.

Nevermind was the first album and still the best his album from first track to last (Don't except Endless Nameless), and its still great!
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From 22erik22 10/24/2018 22:03
In Utero is better than Nevermind.
The lyrical content is more interesting, and the raw/minimalist production sounds like a band earning the freedom they desired after the numbers Nevermind did. The albums are both great, but when I think about the essence of Kurt, In Utero comes to mind first.
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From DrTchock97 10/23/2018 09:05
This album caught me immediately from the very beginning. Love every song on the record. However, the record should have stopped after Something in the Way. Endless Nameless is totally unnecessary.
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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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