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Nirvana is a "best-of" compilation album by the American rock band Nirvana, released in October, 2002. It was the third Nirvana album to be released following the death of vocalist and guitarist Kurt Cobain in April 1994, and the first to feature studio material. It is also the band's first best-of compilation. The album features the d "You Know You're Right", a song recorded in January 1994 during Nirvana's final studio session.
Winter 1991 Nirvana signs with DGC Records. August 1991 Nirvana opens for Sonic Youth on a European festival tour, which includes a landmark performance at the Reading Festival. The tour is documented in the film 1991: The Year Punk Broke. September 24, 1991 Nevermind is released. October 12, 1991 Nevermind is certified a gold album. November 1991 The band starts a six-week European tour as Nirvanamania sweeps the United States. MTV airs Smells Like Teen Spirit video constantly; the song is hailed as an anthem for a generation. January 11, 1992 Nevermind hits No. 1 on the Billboard 200 album chart.
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Single, 2002, Geffen. 8. Penny Royal Tea. 9. Something in the Way. 10. Lamb Fed Child (Original Composition Inspired by Nirvana). The World's Greatest Tribute to Nirvana. Tribute, 2004, Red Line Records.
Nirvana's best tracks - not necessarily the same thing as Cobain's best songs, although they frequently overlapped - were buried on album tracks, B-sides, stray singles, so there's no good criteria for why, say, "Dumb" makes the cut and "Aneurysm" doesn't.
Nirvana formed in 1987. Considered by many to be the leading lights of the Seattle grunge scene of the late 1980s/early 1990s, and perhaps the most influential rock band of Generations X & Y, Nirvana was a powerful trio of musicians who brought a unique aesthetic to a growing-stale rock scene. They had already made some waves on Sub Pop with their debut, "Bleach".