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It was suggested to Kurt Cobain that he go back out onstage to do an encore following the end of the show, but he declined saying that he knew he could never top his performance of "Where Did You Sleep Last Night?" See more »

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In the credits, Krist's first name is misspelled as "Chris." See more »

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Kurt Cobain: [before the song "The Man Who Sold The World"] I guarantee you I will screw this song up...
Kurt Cobain: [after finishing the song "The Man Who Sold The World"] I didn't screw it up, did I?
[referring to the song "Pennyroyal Tea"]
Kurt Cobain: Okay, but here's another one I could screw up.
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The Greastest live performance of any Band in history.
19 February 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was speechless when i first saw this. I had heard the album of the Unplugged show but i had never seen it. I have always been a big fan of Nirvana and I still believe that they are the greatest band that that have ever graced the earth. This shows that they are in fact worthy of that title.

Kurt Cobain sang his heart out and all the world watched. This show displayed all of his talents and all of his pain. This is the best "MTV Unplugged" and the best live performance of any band. I have already stated this but it's true. If you are a true Nirvana fan or you just have a deep understanding for music, this show put you in a state of awe. By the end you will have chills running down your spine and a few wells in your eyes.


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