|Greatest hits album by Nirvana|
|Released||October 29, 2002|
|Recorded||Various times between 1988 and 1994|
|Producer||Scott Litt, Butch Vig, Dave Grohl, and Krist Novoselic.|
Nirvana was a greatest hits album of songs by the popular American grunge band Nirvana, who disbanded in 1994 because the lead singer, Kurt Cobain died. The album was released on October 29, 2002. It was almost not released because of a lawsuit by Cobain's wife Courtney Love. This was because of a song on the album, "You Know You're Right", that Love thought would be wasted on a box-set album. She thought it would work better on one CD. Soon after the lawsuit was settled, the album was released.
List of songs[change | change source]
- "You Know You're Right"
- "About a Girl"
- "Been a Son"
- "Smells Like Teen Spirit"
- "Come as You Are"
- "In Bloom"
- "Heart-Shaped Box"
- "Pennyroyal Tea"
- "Rape Me"
- "All Apologies" (live at MTV Unplugged)
- "The Man Who Sold the World" (live at MTV Unplugged. David Bowie cover)
- "Where Did You Sleep Last Night" (live at MTV Unplugged. Only on Vinyl and International Versions)
- "Something In The Way" (live at MTV Unplugged. (Only on Vinyl and Japanese CD Versions)