"Nirvana headlining at Reading in 1992 was something you had to see, and if you didn't see it then it was something you pretended you saw." --Kerrang (October 2003) "The staggering energy ... See full summary »
Five weeks after releasing what was to become the seminal album of a generation, Nirvana was on a nationwide club and small theatre tour that brought them to Seattle's Paramount Theatre for... See full summary »
In this visual essay style documentary, intimate audio of journalist Michael Azerrad's interviews with Kurt Cobain is played over more recently photographed footage of Cobain's Washington state homes and haunts.
It has sold millions and is responsible for the birth of grunge. This documentary looks at the story behind how Nirvana came to record Nevermind and the effect it was to have on the music ... See full summary »
The Glamour & The Squalor is the story of Marco Collins, one of America's last great rock radio DJs and a musical tastemaker that changed our culture. Before the Internet made sourcing new ... See full summary »
The week before Kurt Cobain was found dead from a single gunshot, he went missing. His whereabouts for that week has remained a mystery until now. But for the first time, the story of what ... See full summary »
a real treat for music fans and a nightmare for DVD fans
I'm new to the whole nirvana thing as I've only been listening to there music for five years, but let me tell you that in that time i have become a dedicated fan, and this purchase has propelled that obsession even higher, from the great acoustic numbers to the previously unreleased numbers this set will grab you and draw you in, the DVD is not for everybody's tastes but it delivers what it promises(footage that you ain't seen) and while it does what it says on the tin, occasionally you'll be hurried in your mind waiting for the next "scene" to arrive but that said if your a big fan you'll be throughly delighted and smiling the whole way through...but don't go and buy just for the DVD the footage is grainy hard to hear and at best mediocre to the casual nirvana fan, but i would like to add(and although this sounds silly) i found the menu screens the most fun to watch these include some of kurts artwork and so-on...my overall judgement is if your into the music, buy it, if you want a cool rock DVD, don't, the real amusements in the cds
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