A 20th Anniversary Tribute

DVD - 2011
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Two documentary films, the first of which traces the rise of Nirvana to the point at which they were the world's favorite band. The second program reveals the legacy of the now-legendary record and tells the tale of what Nirvana did next. The most conclusive, enlightening, and entertaining documentary about an extraordinary band and the music they created yet to emerge. The set is a fitting tribute to the incredible legacy of Nirvana.
Publisher: United States : Pride, 2011.
Edition: Full screen.
Branch Call Number: 782.42166 NIRVA NEV
Characteristics: 2 videodiscs (133 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Additional Contributors: Nirvana (Musical group)


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BFS73 Sep 02, 2015

I am a huge longtime Nirvana fan so anything on Kurt and the band is welcome. the first disc is mainly interviewing friends and family about the bands history which was okay. no Nirvana music on the first show only interviews and bad background music. the 2nd disc is the better show it talks mostly about the In Utero album which is my favorite Nirvana album and has music from the album. UK reporters mostly talk about the making of the album and some stories behind the making of the album .reccomended film for any huge Nirvana fans!

MrSinatra Jul 14, 2012

not a tribute show, with songs and all that. just a bunch of music nerds, and i mean NERDS, talking about how they feel about in utero mostly. its not terrible i guess, but not enlightening either, and not filled with music. i thought this was a tibute to the album nevermind, meaning cover songs. it ain't.

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