I just finished watching the DVD in full. Such a wonderful concert. A band expresses themselves without fear and plays only two hits. They played music that means something. Have you seen this famous concert film? This was worth the money.
When has another band been given the oppertunity for a TV special and played other people's songs? What rivals this?
I used to have the CD as a youngling
>plays only two hits.
make that 3
something in the way in the batman movie blew up nirvana again
>only two hits
Why do nirvana fags love to act like they’re this hidden underground band only they know about. Their albums were topping the charts and being played on every radio station, and even today they gets hundreds of millions of streams and have their songs put in movies like The Batman. Why LARP as underground when they’re about as underground as imagine dragons, both then and now
They have clips for free on YouTube
Unplugged doesn't exist anymore, Kurt is dead, and music is just not the same as it was. Is there any other concert film that came to this caliber?
What is the LULZ consensus?
live tonight sold out is the superior nirvana concert flick, shows the band at their best and worst on stage and their antics in interviews
For modern stuff on YouTube: I like NPR Tiny Desk (the Car Seat Headrest one is my fave: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RZZHTVr-r-g) and KEXP always do a heap of really good live studio concerts (I like this Ride performance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2lncloqtuT0&t=2217s&pp=ygUJa2V4cCByaWRl).
Not acoustic but Nine Inch Nails' "And All That Could Have Been" DVD is pretty awesome. Consists of footage from the Fragility tour and has what is easily my favorite version of "Piggy." There might be some rose-tinted welding goggles in effect. I've fond memories of watching it with an old friend from high school years ago. Even still, rewatching it on youtube, it's incredible and makes me wish I could've gone to a live show.
Dave Matthews Band playing All Along the Watchtower in Central Park is phenomenal
I'm unironically excited for the Odesza live film to come out in July
>get ready to watch your favorite hard rock band do an acoustic show
>they’re playing some christian folk song with an accordion and cello
It’s not it’s an ironic twist in a Christian folk song played ironically with irony
Folk songs are constantly tinkered and changed by new performers, does not mean it wasn’t a version of an old christian folk song
Vaselines song. Ironically for the supposed king of the Seattle grunge scene he'd much rather have been in the Glasgow indie scene. I wonder if he'd still be alive now if he'd fucked off and done it. Albums with Eugene Kelly and guesting with Teenage Fanclub. The problem is that poisonous cunt would have followed him there anyway.
rock version is chills it was a staple on the past tour already
>expresses themselves without fear and plays only two hits. They played music that means something
and it was cool nonetheless i mean people got to know and like some songs
Yeah all Nirvana means to me is the downfall of Western civilization and the destruction of rock music via the popularization of the "wimpy sensitive rock singer" that wreaked havoc on rock's image from the baby bird from Radiohead to the flamer from MCR and lead all the kids to listening to rap music because it had more testosterone. Total feminization psyop.
Yeah, it's really good.
Hilariously it's the only Nirvana recordings that my Dad likes.
On a slight tangent - playing other artists songs used to be a lot more common. The Seekers have a few good live recordings in which they rejig old folk tunes. Totally different style of rockband though, but I guess if you like Nirvana Unplugged you might find some appeal in The Seekers folk sound.
That's the kind of music I like. I don't think you have to reinvent the wheel to be a good band. Talented musicians can take a standard old tune and turn it into something fresh and unique. It's all a matter of having good music taste and choosing good stuff to cover.
I like how the Liner Notes on the DVD list "Sweet Home Alabama" as one of the tracks.
>I just finished watching the DVD in full
Congratulations, you can now wear Nirvana tees from hot topic and no one can call u a poser
I own Nevermind on LP, and have Bleach, Nevermind, and In Utero on CD. I am not some poser, man.
No Incesticide? Poser.
MTV's Live and Loud is good too but they only did one cover song.
Pearl Jam's Unplugged was great, I had the dubbed tape and the singer never misses
The only ones that seem good are the grunge ones and the oasis one. I think of the grunge acts Pearl Jam did it first but it was unreleased for a while for some reason.
The entire Unplugged series were the crescendo of the glory days of MTV
Check out the Alice in Chains and STP editions
STP's unplugged was incredible, plus that bowie cover they did that didn't make it onto the broadcast was great too.
only fags like nirvana and only the biggest fags like the unplugged show
THANK YOU THAT WAS A DAVID BOWIE SONG
also the unplugged version of some songs became more famous than the original studio
all apologies was an actual single
>Tfw we never get an All Apologies video
I feel robbed. Heart Shaped Box was kino and I bet Kurt would’ve had a good concept for a video.
sucks ass and people only like it cuz he died
This album and Music Bank by Alice in Chains defined my teenage years
its great and all but the best nirvana concer hands down was the 1992 Reading festival appearence.
Alice in Chains unplugged is the best unplugged
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Pearl jam's was better
AiC's was MUCH better