All Apologies, Kurt Cobain
NIRVANA exploded onto a music scene that had no mind, no depth and no substance. A young audience sick to death of formulated pop and sugar-coated, safe rock, were quickly seduced by the dark and dangerous charisma of this loud and angry band hailing from a forgotten city in America. A look into the life and final days of Kurt Cobain, this Critical Review and Re-Assessment of the music of Kurt Cobain of NIRVANA is a retrospective on the songs that NIRVANA are remembered by, as well as their importance and contribution to the annals of Rock history, from the early days of “Bleach” to the multi-million selling album “Nevermind”, and beyond, Nirvana’s performances and music unleashed the spirit of a disaffected youth worldwide. Exclusive Interviews with NIRVANA members, Kurt Cobain’s family and friends, as well as the journalists and Press that led NIRVANA up the walk to super-stardom, comment upon Kurt Cobain’s life and values, as well as his true inspiration for the songs that he wrote, and how fame affected him both personally and artistically.
|by Mitchell||Saturday 16 September, 2006|
Pretty interesting DVD, with a few good yarns and never-before-seen clips of Kurt. The only thing is it's done from a British perspective, so a lot of it is interviews with their UK publicists and NME critics.
|Rating: || [5 out of 5 stars]|
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