The concert of the rock band Nirvana at Sony Music Studios in New York City that became a live album.

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Lori Goldston ...
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The concert of the rock band Nirvana at Sony Music Studios in New York City that became a live album.

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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, Dave Grohl's last name is misspelled as "Ghrol." See more »

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Kurt Cobain: [referring to the band The Meatpuppets who have just joined Nirvana onstage] What are they tuning, a harp? I thought we were a big rich rock band. We should have a whole bunch of extra guitars.
Musician: You should go tell that to the I.R.S.!
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The best of MTV Unplugged
18 November 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Who would believe that I'm only just sitting down to watch this show for the first time ever! I've had the CD since it came out all those years ago, and its got to be one of my most listened CDs.

Watching the live show now, it just adds an extra dimension to the music I already loved to death.

I write songs, and I've always been a believer in "if it doesn't sound good on an acoustic guitar, its not good at all". I write punk and hard rock songs... and this film shows exactly why that statement is true.

A must for all fans of music, especially those who denounced grunge (and most other rock for that matter)as "just a load of noise".


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