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The Other Nirvana

With all due respect to the previous reviewer (i.e. not much) the first Nirvana were a 60s psyche-lite group from the UK. If you like Kurt Cobain's raucous mob, you are unlikely to find anything of interest. Rainbow Chaser from the album 'All of Us' is good, however.

The first Nirvana, maybe not the best, but the first

I am amazed to see how many of the "second generation" Nirvana contributers are so narrow-minded as to dismiss their favourite group's namesake as imposters invading their precious space. They picked the name first, many years before, OK? Big deal. There is no other connection, but why criticise your musical heritage? Music is a process, and what comes next has to build on what happend before. I was confused for a while when the second Nirvana came on to the scene, as I thought it was the original group, being old enough to have been there at the time myself. Rainbow Chaser is worth a listen by anyone at any time. Relax, open your minds, and at least get the group's name spelt correctly if you consider yourself a real supporter.

Don't Judge

It annoys me to read the previous reviews of this album with people terming this band as "failures" and "blatantly not Nirvana." Fair enough its not the known Nirvana but reviewers have no right to slag off these muscians. They are artists none the less, a band does not have to be commercial or particually succesful to acheive success. The music is different, and fair and therefore they should be respected. A true Kurt Cobain fan would know that part of the reason he died was because he didn't want the success and fame, and perhaps this band is also the same. Not all artists are in it for money and fame, Kurt Cobain was an Anarchist who wanted a music rebellion, not to suddenly become commercial and accepted. Therefore this band gets a thumbs up-true artists don't have to sell out or be big to be succesful because artists have a very different concept of success.

Biography

Formed: 1967 in London, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '60s, '70s

It must have been a rude surprise for Kurt Cobain and company to be hit with a lawsuit over the name of their band once they became internationally successful. In the finish, however, the result was relatively amicable, with the original Nirvana getting together long enough to record...
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