I bought "Nirvana" yesterday and its pretty good. I never heard "Been A Son" before, and I liked it. I also liked the remastered version of "Pennyroyal Tea." And "You Know You're Right" gets better every time I listen to it.
Who pockets the money for this, Courney, the band, or a mixture of the two?
(edited by Whitebacon on 30.10.02 1510) "HHH, you should probably do the job here to put RVD over for the good of the company." "Vince, I'm just a caveman! I was out hunting when I fell in some ice and was unfrozen by your scientists. Your future world frightens and confuses me. You say these words like "job" and "put over" and "good of the company" but my primative mind can't grasp these concepts!"---Vince Mcmahon/Unfrozen Caveman Wrestler, Dr. Unlikely 17.9.02
Originally posted by Mild Mannered MadmanIIRC, Due to the partnership that is Nirvana LLC, Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic, and Courtney Love (representing Kurt Cobain) all receive an equal portion of the proceeds.
Damn, Dave's just got his hands in everything. The local mode--oh, wait, "NEW ROCK" station here keeps mentioning that he has three singles on their airwaves with three different bands (YKYR, the new Foo Fighters song, and Queens of the Stone Age's "No One Knows"). And at least Krist is trying to do something useful with his life (see: his band with Sublime's drummer and Curt Kirkwood... Bright Eyes, right?).
Eyes Adrift. Bright Eyes is a one-man band that's apparently really depressing acoustic emo, I haven't bothered to check him/them out because, well, that doesn't sound too appealing. Eyes Adrift just sounds like early/mid-90's radio filler to me.
Well, living in the back of beyond as I do, a mere 4 hours from Alaska, neither the new Foo Fighters CD nor the Nirvana CD has arrived in the local store. Nor do I own a credit card or would trust using it on a website. I also don't d/l music so I have yet to hear YKYR. Having said all that, I think they could have added a few tracks to the CD. Dive, Big Cheese, Aneurysm, and Verse Chorus Verse to name 4. I personally would put Even In His Youth on there as well but I know it was "only" the B-side of "Smells Like Teen Spirit"--I really like the song anyway.
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