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Nirvana from Mark Seliger’s 1994 Rolling Stone magazine shoot. (Via hewhocannotbenamed) L to R: Krist Novoselic, Pat Smear, Dave Grohl, Kurt Cobain, Melora Creger (cellist)

"This was in Seattle, 1990. He simply came off stage, sat down and cried for about half a minute. Then he was fine. He had just trashed his gear on stage, and it was simply a release of energy. It is a painful picture, but it's about the angst of performance. The band seemed used to it. He seemed very healthy then, and very happy. He was a very powerful and energetic performer, and it was all he wanted to do. The band was his vehicle, the most important thing in his life." - Ian Tilton

"This was in Seattle, 1990. He simply came off stage, sat down and cried for about half a minute. Then he was fine. He had just trashed his gear on stage, and it was simply a release of energy. It is a painful picture, but it's about the angst of performance. The band seemed used to it. He seemed very healthy then, and very happy. He was a very powerful and energetic performer, and it was all he wanted to do. The band was his vehicle, the most important thing in his life." - Ian Tilton

To me, he isn't legendary because of his contribution to pop culture alone...but rather for being a man who, like many of us, sought to somehow make an impact and find solace in this world.

To me, he isn't legendary because of his contribution to pop culture alone...but rather for being a man who, like many of us, sought to somehow make an impact and find solace in this world.

http://recordmecca.com/rmsite/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/13-Version-2.jpg Anton Corbijn

http://recordmecca.com/rmsite/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/13-Version-2.jpg Anton Corbijn

We really didn't understand what we had til it was gone. Nirvana helped break the mold.

We really didn't understand what we had til it was gone. Nirvana helped break the mold.