Re: Well, whatever, "Nevermind..."
Originally Posted by Johnny Footstool
Soundgarden and Alice in Chains spent '89 and '90 earning the respect of metal fans and carving out an audience for Nevermind. They were a proof-of-concept for the Seattle sound.
They certainly provided a bridge for metal fans (hey, here's something heavy that doesn't require hair spray), but that was only part of the Nirvana coalition.
I actually think what separated Nirvana from the other Seattle bands is that they were as much punk and pop as they were metal/hard rock.
On a side note, how great would a Nirvana cover of "Cherry Pie" have been?
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Last edited by M2; 11-17-2008 at 10:52 PM.