Kurt thought Hanna was complimenting him on his rebellious spirit, as someone who could inspire youth. Love the songs,love the lyrics, understand nirvana. Look at the song Heart shaped box. It wasn't bad, but the spark the show had during the earlier episodes is starting to go out. I know Soundgarden's songs and Pearl Jam's songs are amazing, but I doubt if any of them had the power to completely change the music scene.
Additionally, the set was comprised of a sweep, drum kit, a basketball hoop, and bleachers. It would have made more sense to have had L7 as the cheerleaders, but maybe they were on tour at the time. . Forwards or backwards it's complete basura. Cobain did not even write these lyrics, btw The singer is sick of being judged by the audience, and his life has become a freak show a mulatto! You could do what you wanted to do. The hanging from the basketball hoop was encouraged because it was good film -- not because teen angst got in the way. He gave up on God.
Cobain channeled his frustration into the performance that you see near the end of the video, where he is screaming and mashing his face near the camera. He was one of Kurt's biggest fans and a good friend. The song is also about what goes on at the party, and I'm guessing, the reluctance to try any of it for the first time, to stay secure in their own social identity. There is not one truth about music. I'm just saying that people should stop worshiping Cobain. The song does indeed borrow from ' Tame in that it features slow calming portions followed by louder heavier parts.
On the what's true side of the equation, flyers for the shoot were handed out at the Roxy show and Chaka was a very well known graffiti artist at the time. The guy had a ulcer ridden stomach and spent his money on street meds to help deal with pain. If he did not want his music commercialized than he should never have signed a record deal. What they capture in their essence though; is a defiant, apathetic alienation. Thank you for sharing your take on the lyrics.
But do I think it's the greatest single of all time? I mean it's all right but it's definatly over-played, and I hate it how some people only know of Nirvana because of this song. All with the help of these Cobain and 'grunge' worshipers. True grunge fans don't only like the hits because they sound good, but the like the songs not intended to be hits Territorial Pissings by Nirvana, Bugs by Pearl Jam, and countless other by appreciating what the artist was trying to say in these songs. These guys are kinda ugly and they're tearing up their f--king high school. This was witnessed by the Nanny. In fact, songs like Breed, Stay Away, On A Plain, Drain You, Very Ape, and Territorial Pissings are particularly upbeat.
This place gets weird sometimes - yours sounded like some new conspiracy theory there for a moment! In fact, in the beginning they were mostly covering songs, and their first albums are rather 'plain'. He's out of danger now. In fact the structure is rather similar. The song ended up being played on that radio station regularly. It's not like you could really destroy anything other than the drums. Dave could kill himself tomorrow and never be as great as Kurt Cobain.
I am so sick of hearing about the tortured artists. Sales of Teen Spirit deodorant shot up when this became a hit, even though it is never mentioned in the lyrics. The baby they chose was Spencer Elden, who was 4 months old at the time. It is loved by people even if they know no other Nirvana songs. They could relate to it.
Yep a Mosquito sucking-up blood. Nirvana released a few albums that are better than most of today's, but overall they did not do anything exeptional, and their sound was so damn annoying. It did become that one song that personifies the band. Something you can't explain with technical details like '3 chord combinations'. He couldn't make out much of the song because it was so distorted. I only love a few songs on In Utero you can guess which ones I think and Incesticide is far too heavy for me.
Kathleen was implying that Tobi had marked Kurt with her scent. Lifted my spirit to see the open rebellion. Liz will likely want her family name to be untarnished, and for the town to pay. This should have been on the S. So its ok to love the song, dont get me wrong. Load up on guns and bring your friends It's fun to lose and to pretend She's over-bored and self-assured Oh no, I know a dirty word Hello, hello, hello, how low? Note also that while it isn't confirmed Jesus could be with them as well.
Not even when the writer and singer himself claims it to be. Smells Like Teen Spirit is not a great song. I wrote this interpretation when the song came out, over 17 years ago. But the deodorant thing just killed me when I read it. Jeremy sees Matt talking alone and he realizes that he still sees Vicki. It can't be a coincidence that Isobel started having the blackouts again shortly after Liz's return. Hello, hello, hello With the lights out, it's less dangerous Here we are now, entertain us I feel stupid and contagious Here we are now, entertain us A mulatto, an albino A mosquito, my libido Yeah, hey, yay And I forget just why I taste Oh yeah, I guess it makes me smile I found it hard, it's hard to find Oh well, whatever, nevermind Hello, hello, hello, how low? The last 4 lines appear to have been added by someone else, handwriting experts agree this and the ink in the last 4 lines was fresher and different to the ink on the rest of the note.