Nirvana Bleach feels the same even after 30 years of its release. I am literally in tears while I write this. Though the time gap between me and the song is huge, it just feels like yesterday! One of my friends introduced me to some dope metal music and the first song I ever heard was Bleach I haven’t been listening to music lately, which made me quite moody.
— ⍟ ᕲᗩᐺᘿ ⍟ (@71DAVE_) June 15, 2019
Some say that genres like metal, punk or any such type make you aggressive. Well, if you cross paths with such lunatics, please tell them that you have a knife in your bag and you’re listening to Nirvana (just kidding). This is a myth though! Nirvana is originated from Sanskrit which means moksha (salvation). That is exactly what those songs do to you!
Nirvana: The Evergreen Legends!
Every artist be it from any field would back me up when I say that artists are crazy! These bunches are so unique that when they come together they literally put people in a mental arrest!
Thirty years ago #OnThisDay, June 15th 1989: @Nirvana released their debut album #Bleach, defining the start of the Grunge music movement & influencing a whole generation of fans.#Nirvana #NirvanaBleach #Bleach30 #KurtCobain #hmvLovesVinyl pic.twitter.com/Bc8vqqS6rT
— hmv Liverpool One (@hmvLiverpoolOne) June 15, 2019
There is a total of 10 members and I am going to name each one of them, why you ask? Because they deserve to be named! Kurt Cobain, Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic, Pat Smear, Chad Channing, Jason Everman, Aaron Burkhard, Dale Crover, Dave Foster, Dan Peter. Sure, some of them aren’t physically here, but their ethereal form always lingers on the instruments and their music channels!
Little ‘Bleach’ feels
Kurt dropped out from the final year of art school because he knew that he had to be in a band! Krist Novoselic was completely stoned during his first concert Iron Maiden. Apparently, Cobain calls themselves music retards, he says that they play so fast that it becomes difficult to tune in the guitars.
Back to my strict diet of whiskey and ostrich helper. #nirvanableach
— tigfox (@tigfox) March 16, 2009
Despite this, they continue to make people go crazy! ‘Bleach’ from the grunge genre created a huge revolution in the industry. The song had the potential to break the stereotypical walls and create a universe of its own! We still listen to those even after 30 years because it is still afresh and relatable! In the end, some words will always keep ringing in the ears!
“It’s better to burn out than to fade away”