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School - Nirvana

School

Bleach
Grunge rock alternative Nirvana alternative rock


On 24th April 1988, Sub Pop's Jonathan Poneman secured Nirvana the opening slot on a Sub Pop Sunday show at Seattle's The Vogue. Poneman, his business partner Bruce Pavitt, scene photographer Charles Peterson and Mudhoney's Mark Arm were among those embarrassed by a typically messy performance by the band. In his subsequent letter to Melvin's drummer Dale Crover, however Cobain put a self serving spin on the night's proceedings, lashing out at the cliquey grunge elders with the dismissive words "Fuck, I'm in high school again!". The letter remained unsent, but called upon to scribble lyrics for a chugging instrumental in guitarist Jason Everman's house, those sentiments formed the central theme of School. "We wrote it about Sub Pop," Cobain confessed "If we could've thrown Soudgarden's name in there we would have."


There are multiple artists tracked as "Nirvana" on Last.fm. Following are six, listed in order of prominence: 1) Nirvana was a popular and highly influential American grunge band. The band formed in Aberdeen, Washington in 1987, and it was part of the Seattle grunge scene of the late 80s, alongside bands like Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains and Soundgarden. As their popularity rose, alternative rock became a dominant genre on American and Canadian radio and music television during the early-to-mid '90s. Show more ...

School - Nirvana

Wouldn't you believe it it's just my luck
(repeat 4 X)
No recess
No recess
No recess
Wouldn't you believe it it's just my luck
(repeat 4 X)
No recess
No recess
No recess
You're in high school again
(repeat 8X)
No recess
No recess
No recess
No recess
No recess
No recess
No recess!



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