#742 Nirvana – In Utero

Nirvana‘s final album In Utero was released in 1993. I was a fan of theirs. I even saw them in concert before the end of the year. I think this album was harder and rawer than their previous album Nevermind. I wonder how they would sound today if Kurt Cobain had not killed himself in […]

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#698 Pearl Jam – Ten

Pearl Jam is the worst. I would rather listen to Nickleback live than listen to Pearl Jam’s debut album Ten. I cannot stand Eddie Vedder’s voice. Is he even singing? I think he is so full of himself. I remember watching an award show and he went up to accept it. He had the audacity […]

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#686 Nirvana – Nevermind

I think everybody remembers when they discovered Nirvana and heard their second studio album Nevermind, which slowly exploded into our lives in 1991. It was released in 1991, but it peaked at number one on January 11, 1992. It was like a bride’s list of “Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue.” It had that feeling […]

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#464 Killing Joke – Killing Joke

Killing Joke self-titled debut album has been cited by many artists, such as Dave Grohl, Nirvana, Tool, Soundgarden, and Metallica as an inspiration to their sound. I have never heard their music. This is the first industrial rock band on the list. The whole album is really good, except for “Wardance”. I do not like the vocals. […]

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1001 Albums #3

Tragic Songs of Life by The Louvin Brothers should have been titled Tragic Songs to Comment Suicide To. I will be honest with you. I hate country music. It sounds like a cat being raped by an elephant. I imagine a bunch of kitties with little collars that have #metoo stamped on it when I […]

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