I'm not show-offy.
Interesting analysis, Jihad. Just so you know, you may get mobbed when saying "Kurt was in it for money" in the 3(+) dimensional world.It's pretty standard for record labels to spend millions of dollars promoting a single song, including questionable practices like bribing stations to, in essence, make it popular. Maybe SLTS fits into this trend somehow?
The exhaustive post above is 2nd rate drivel that can be lifted from any vh1 special on the era. I sincerely hope that no one needs to be educated on this subject.Oh, and I especially like the part about the f*cking internet exposing Nirvana for being mediocre musicians. I would think that anyone who has played music would be able to discern that by listening to their songs.
maybe you meant to say there is nothing impressive about Nevermind. If you know anything about Nirvana, you know that album isn't even close to being the best. and you also know that kurt hated smells like teen spirit because it was sort of the sell out song. Technically speaking, there is nothing too impressive with you
The appropriateness of Perpetua would probably depend on the tone of the writing. When I used it, I (half playfully) thought the extra space made the words sort of resonate.