Release date
27 Sep 2011
Running length
40 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Smells Like Teen Spirit 5:00 1,812,762
2 In Bloom 4:13 1,119,147
3 Come as You Are 3:39 1,599,048
4 Breed 3:04 774,173
5 Lithium 4:17 1,288,149
6 Polly 2:54 1,006,956
7 Territorial Pissings 2:23 624,734
8 Drain You 3:44 789,315
9 Lounge Act 2:36 626,348
10 Stay Away 3:31 608,795
11 On a Plain 3:14 789,649
12 Something in the Way 4:02 737,525
13 Endless, Nameless 6:44 135,160
14 Even In His Youth (B-Side) 3:02 2,240
15 Aneurysm (B-Side) 4:47 2,165
16 Curmudgeon (B-Side) 3:02 2,873
17 D-7 (Live At The BBC) 3:45 3,090
18 Been A Son (Live At Paramount Theatre B-Side) 2:30 1,419
19 School (Live At Paramount Theatre B-Side) 2:34 1,228
20 Drain You (Live At Paramount Theatre B-Side) 3:52 1,462
21 Sliver (Live At Del Mar B-Side) 2:03 1,066
22 Polly (Live At Del Mar B-Side) 2:47 1,131
1 In Bloom (Smart Sessions) 4:31 4,730
2 Immodium (Breed) (Smart Sessions) 3:14 4,171
3 Lithium (Smart Sessions) 4:30 4,481
4 Polly (Smart Sessions) 2:58 4,112
5 Pay To Play (Smart Sessions) 3:28 3,780
6 Here She Comes Now (Smart Sessions) 5:01 3,795
7 Dive (Smart Sessions) 3:54 3,769
8 Sappy (Smart Sessions) 3:35 4,132
9 Smells Like Teen Spirit (Boombox Rehearsals) 5:39 1,227
10 Verse Chorus Verse (Boombox Rehearsals) 3:12 1,285
11 Territorial Pissings (Boombox Rehearsals) 2:11 1,130
12 Lounge Act (Boombox Rehearsals) 2:36 1,158
13 Come As You Are (Boombox Rehearsals) 4:11 1,256
14 Old Age (Boombox Rehearsals) 4:22 1,074
15 Something In The Way (Boombox Rehearsals) 5:31 999
16 On A Plain (Boombox Rehearsals) 3:20 1,051
17 Drain You (Live At The BBC) 4:03 775
18 Something In The Way (Live At The BBC) 3:24 828

About this album

Nevermind is the second studio album by the American band Nirvana, released on September 24, 1991. Produced by Butch Vig, Nevermind was the group’s first release on Geffen Records, which signaled its move away from Seattle-based independent record label Sub Pop. Front man Kurt Cobain sought to make music outside of the restrictive confines of the Seattle grunge scene, drawing influence from groups such as the Pixies and its use of loud/quiet song dynamics.

Nevermind was a surprise success by late 1991, largely due to the success of its lead single “Smells Like Teen Spirit”. By January 1992 it had replaced Michael Jackson’s album Dangerous at number one on the Billboard charts. Nevermind was responsible for bringing to a large mainstream audience, and would subsequently be regarded as one of the best albums of all time.

Nirvana was a band from Aberdeen, Washington, formed by Kurt Cobain and Krist Novoselic, that had signed to Seattle independent record label Sub Pop. The group released its debut album Bleach in 1989, with Chad Channing on drums. However, Channing left Nirvana in 1990, and the band was in need of a permanent drummer. Upon seeing a show by hardcore punk band Scream, the group’s drummer, Dave Grohl, impressed Novoselic and Cobain. When Scream unexpectedly disbanded, Grohl contacted Novoselic, made his way to Seattle, and was soon invited to join the band. Novoselic said in retrospect that when Grohl joined the band, everything “fell into place”.

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  • zaxr182

    so much love for this album. and how the fuck is it overrated?

    7 Oct 10:53am Reply
  • halo_dm2

    Well this album is not overrated at all, it has aged so well that whenever I play it, still sounds fresh, I overplayed but I never get tired of it. I think is essential to have this CD in your collection

    2 Oct 6:38pm Reply
  • holland25

    Who the FUCK dares to call this shit overrated? I'm fucking 27 and this fucking album changed my life back in 1996. This deserves no. 1 in a list of albums you need to fucking hear before you die.

    28 Sep 10:20am Reply
  • muerto14

    Great album, but way too overrated. [2] But everytime i hear it, i love it more.

    12 Jul 10:32pm Reply
  • Grycho

    I find it very strange that it's taken me nearly eighteen years to actually listen to this album for the first time. Ever.

    7 Jul 11:26pm Reply
  • Gaffes

    Great album, but way too overrated.

    7 Jun 9:12am Reply
  • vonNachtmahr

    Whoever uses 'overrated' to describe music should be permanently banned from typing shit on any music related website [2]

    31 May 8:40pm Reply
  • IlyaKr

    One of the best albums ever made

    22 Apr 6:36pm Reply
  • rezazack

    one of the best album ever !

    21 Apr 5:04am Reply
  • Marpul23

    In recent years "Smells Like Teen Spirit" has become very popular jazz standard. Robert Glasper Experiment played this song during Gateshead International Jazz Festival (4-6 April 2014) REVIEW and PHOTOS!

    15 Apr 9:43pm Reply
  • zhelnerovich

    Whoever uses 'overrated' to describe music should be permanently banned from typing shit on any music related website

    14 Apr 8:00am Reply
  • niggacath

    20 years... listening to nirvana albums all day

    5 Apr 5:31pm Reply
  • rOnieAirhead

    overplayed? Yes. overrated? No.

    2 Apr 12:45pm Reply
  • SpankThru23

    I'm not cool enough to hate this album

    31 Mar 5:19pm Reply
  • FrameBuster

    An album that was released more than 20 years ago and still attracts the kids today cannot be overrated. Albums like this are usually called "classics". But I guess it's "hip" and "cool" to call classics overrated to show off ones own elitism. *rofl*

    30 Mar 9:39pm Reply
  • Saraiva-kun

    Overrated, yeah.

    18 Mar 2:24am Reply
  • S_O_R_A_K_E

    Nirvana rules

    9 Mar 8:00pm Reply
  • Nimbie

    probably the worst production ever

    22 Feb 10:30am Reply
  • atwarwithdusk

    Nevermind? Overrated? 90s rock is this album, it's the face of it and always will be.

    8 Feb 4:39am Reply
  • Romulus666

    This shit rules

    21 Dec 2013 Reply
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