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In Utero album for sale by Nirvana was released Sep 21, 1993 on the Geffen label. IN UTERO was nominated for a 1994 Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music Album. "All Apologies" was nominated for 1995 Grammy Awards for Best Rock Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal and for Best Rock Song In Utero CD music. Personnel: Kurt Cobain (vocals, guitar); Kera Schaley (cello); Dave Grohl (drums) In Utero buy CD music. Audio Mixer: Scott Litt In Utero songs. Illustrator: Alex Grey In Utero album for sale. Photographers: Michael Lavine; Neil Wallace ; Charles Peterson ; Karen Mason; Kurt Cobain; Robert Fisher. ...See Full Description
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||# 1 and i wish he was still here rocking on - r.i.p.|
kurt cobain was one of the best period.
By joseair2004 (cleveland ohio , usa)
Probably Kurt's best. Serve The Servants: A great first track that makes piece with everyone. "I just want you to know I don't hate you anymore, anything I could say I've already thought before," he says to his mom. Another great line is "I tried hard to have a father but instead I had a dad." Scentless Apprentice: This song has my favorite drumbeats in it of all time, Dave Grohl seems to like it too. You can hear him play it before one of the songs on Unplugged. Heart-Shaped Box: This song just reminds me of his suicide... "Hey! Wait! I've got a new complaint!" rings in my ears. Rape Me: Another emotional song. FFWHHROS: This song is about Frances Farmer who got electroshock therapy at the same place one of Kurt's relatives went to... Dumb: Beautiful song number one. Very Ape: This song has one of my favorite lines in it-"If you ever need anything please don't, hesitate to ask someone else first." A rocking hard song. Milk It: Beautiful song number two. Pennyroyal Tea: Beautiful song number three. Radio Friendly Unit Shifter: About Courtney Love I believe...starts out kinda strange, but a great song. Tourette's: This is really weird, but my favorite Nirvana song period. Kurt's screaming jibberish is great! And the "Hey!" part is wicked catchy. This studio version is the best... but the Wishkah version is horrible. All Apologies: The beautiful ending song...and so ends an amazing career of Kurt's. Live on.
By DarkTemplar04J (jhomsim)
||Out with a Bang|
Definately some of the best NIRVANA songs ever are min this album: Rape Me, Very Ape,Dumb, All Apologies ... . i love this album for waht it is, although it is a depressing reminder of what could have been. Buy this album if you do not already have it!
By beanpole05 (Los Angeles, CA, USA)
Nirvana's final album was Kurt Cobain's attempt to shy away from the more polished rock of the band's masterpiece "Nevermind"; though "In Utero" is considerably more abrasive and less accessible overall than its predecessor, it is nevertheless a fascinating closure to the last great rock band of the 20th century.
By Luke (Atlanta, GA)
||Nirvana's Best album...PERIOD!!!|
NeverMind had about 3 classics on it (In Bloom,Lithium, come as you are), but this album is in a whole other league! You can tell his songwriting ability just soared from the last album. Starting with "Bleach" (which is so lame I refuse to ever listen to it again), to "Nevermind" which was amazing (you wouldnt even know it was the same band), to "In Utero" which is his masterpiece! I can only imagine what the next album would have been like after "In Utero". What a powerful voice! What an absolute waste that he had to go so soon. At least if he would have done one more album, I think he was on the verge of doing something even more amazing, if he would have just stayed around a little while longer.
By jon (Cleveland oh)
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|CD Universe Part number||1158646|
|Release Date||Sep 21, 1993|
|Recording Time||41 minutes||