14 Songs, 53 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Kurt Cobain's songwriting took center stage here. Stripped of its guitar attack, the nihilistic "On a Plain," becomes less guarded and more chilling, while "Come As You Are" gains the heart the original arrangement buried. The interplay of Cobain's guitar, Dave Grohl's subdued drumming, and Krist Novoselic's fragile bass lines, revealed musical communication the envy of any great jazz combo.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Kurt Cobain's songwriting took center stage here. Stripped of its guitar attack, the nihilistic "On a Plain," becomes less guarded and more chilling, while "Come As You Are" gains the heart the original arrangement buried. The interplay of Cobain's guitar, Dave Grohl's subdued drumming, and Krist Novoselic's fragile bass lines, revealed musical communication the envy of any great jazz combo.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
1.8K Ratings
1.8K Ratings
CK Park ,

i miss kurt ...

miss Kurt...

redman44 ,

Never again

MTV will never again have such a historically performance such as Nirvana did. MTV has changed quite a bit over the years, and it hasn' t been for the better.

A-Nawn ,

Last Performace, Best Performance

When Nirvana played the Unplugged set, it was truely amazing...they didnt play their hits, which is a good thing because we all got to see a different side to Nirvana, they had guest appearances by The Meat Puppets and played with them for a bit...a lot of meaning is in this album.

Enjoy!

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