|2||Son Of A Gun||2:47|
|6||Everything And Nothing||3:25|
|10||Floyd The Barber||2:26|
|11||Smells Like Teen Spirit||4:30|
|12||About A Girl||2:55|
|16||Come As You Are||3:39|
|18||Been A Son||1:59|
|20||On A Plain||3:33|
|PSCD 1181||Nirvana||Smells Like Punk Spirit (CD, Unofficial)||Post Script||PSCD 1181||Italy||1992|
Smells Like Bleach: A Punk Tribute To Nirvana is a tribute album by various artists to the American grunge band Nirvana, released in 2001. The album's title came from the amalgamation of Nirvana's signature song "Smells Like Teen Spirit" and their debut album Bleach. It contains twelve Nirvana songs from different releases, mainly Nirvana's second studio album, Nevermind, and despite the title only a single song comes from Bleach. All tracks written by Kurt Cobain, except where noted.
Smells Like Teen Spirit (Karaoke Version) Originally Performed By Nirvana. Прослушать Скачать 05:00. Smells Like Teen Spirit. Прослушать Скачать 05:01. Lullaby Kid Biz. Smells Like Teen Spirit (Originally Performed by Nirvana).
On August 17 1991, Nirvana shot the video for ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’ below at GMT Studios in Culver City, California, on soundstage number 6 with the shoot starting at noon and lasting the entire day. The video was based on the concept of a school concert which ends in anarchy and riot. Inspiration was taken from Jonathan Kaplan’s 1979 movie Over the Edge, as well as the Ramones film Rock ‘n’ Roll High School. Nirvana handed out these flyers at their show on August 15, 1991 at The Roxy in Los Angeles and on August 16th, the day before the shoot, The LA radio station KXLU made the announcement that Nirvana was looking for punk rockers to be in the band’s video shoot the next day. The response was so overwhelming that hundreds of heartbroken kids were turned away.
Irony has claimed a lot of casualties over the years, but it’s just about time to examine whether alt-rock’s fate as one of them was self-inflicted or a hit job from outside forces. If that sounds like a self-serious way to examine our relentless winking Hey, remember the ’90s? moment - one that’s been portrayed as Gen X’s midlife crisis butting up against a Millennial wistfulness for an ideal moment since destroyed - well, I’m sorry
Smells Like Teen Spirit (Butch Vig Mix - Recorded '91). DISC 3. 1. Rape Me (Solo Acoustic, 1992). Smell Like Bleach - a Punk Tribute to Nirvana. Tribute, 2006, Umvd Import. THE VIBRATORS - Come As You Are. 2. BLANKS 77 - Smells Like Teen Spirit. 3. UK SUBS - Stay Away. 4. AGENT ORANGE - On a Plain.
Smells Like Teen Spirit was written by band members Kurt Cobain, Krist Novoselic, and Dave Grohl and produced by Butch Vig. Speaking of the song’s influence on the genre in a recent interview, Vig said, It was a zeitgeist moment, you know? It turned people’s heads. Those records don’t come along very often. Although Smells Like Teen Spirit proved to be so influential in music and popular culture, Cobain was paying homage to one of his own influences when he wrote the track