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Caterwauling guitars cascade over screeched vocals. A dense churn of teenage angst.
When they released Bleach in 1989, Nirvana was an obscure band from a small logging town. Drawing influences from Leadbelly to the Beatles to Mudhoney, they recorded the album in under a week—for just $606. It was raw, and honest. And two years later, they were the biggest band in the world. So push the levels into the red with this collection honoring Nirvana's first album.
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