Nirvana - Uncensored on the Recordby Carol Clerk
Drawing on extensive interviews with band
This is the story of the band that re-shaped rock music. Few bands can claim to have defined a musical genre; fewer can claim to have invented one. Nirvana has done both. Nirvana were the kings of grunge, while doomed singer-songwriter Kurt Cobain became a cultural icon who wrote songs that spoke to an entire generation.
Drawing on extensive interviews with band members and those closely involved with the group, Carol Clerk's sparkling retrospective follows Nirvana from its formation in Seattle, Washington, through their time as the world's most important rock act and on to the end brought about by Cobain's tragic suicide in 1994. Also included is a discography and critical review of Nirvana's music.
This independent and unaligned book was made with complete editorial freedom. It is uncensored and is not endorsed by, or in any way associated with, past or present members of Nirvana. A must have for any serious music fan; this completely independent critical review leaves no stone unturned as it explores the Nirvana legend.
- Coda Books Ltd
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