Berklee Press Nirvana FAQ - All That's Left To Know About The Most Important Band Of The 1990s  

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Nirvana FAQ traces the band from its genesis to its end. Founded by friends Kurt Cobain and Krist Novoselic, Nirvana had a rocky start and a succession of drummers, but by the end of 1990, its debut album, Bleach, had garnered international attention and the group's sixth drummer, Dave Grohl, had joined the fold.

Following its mentors Sonic Youth to Geffen Records, Nirvana had hoped for modest success. Instead came unexpected wealth and fame on the strength of 1991's Nevermind and its iconic, breakthrough single "Smells Like Teen Spirit."

Success didn't sit well with Cobain, who began to numb the stresses of rock stardom with heroin. Despite 1993's hit album In Utero, Cobain's unhappiness became increasingly apparent. His suicide in April 1994 shocked the music world and put an end to a band at the height of its popularity.

Nirvana FAQ answers such questions as, What guitar teacher did Cobain and Novoselic have in common? Where did Cobain record his first demo? What was the cause of his first arrest? How was second guitarist Jason Everman hired and fired? What was the name of Grohl's first band, and where did he meet Cobain and Novoselic? Who is "Teen Spirit" about? How did Nirvana's war with Guns N' Roses begin? And more.


 

Nirvana FAQ - All That's Left To Know About The Most Important Band Of The 1990s Specifications:

  • All That's Left to Know About the Most Important Band of the 1990s
  • Series: FAQ
  • Publisher: Backbeat Books
  • Format: Softcover
  • Author: John D. Luerssen
  • Inventory #HL 00110230
  • ISBN: 9781617134500
  • UPC: 884088860776
  • Width: 6.0"
  • Length: 9.0"
  • 448 pages
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