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Old 04-08-2004, 05:06 PM   #1
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nah, but really, i feel bad for his family and friends, but have no respect for his musical talent. he did write good lyrics though.

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There's a long thread about this sad anniversary on Just the Bang and the Clatter, where this one will surely be moved once a mod sees it.
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I just can't believe 10 years have gone by soooooo fast. Time is moving way too fast.
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I think Nirvana are highly overrated. They were good, but not great.
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nah, but really, i feel bad for his family and friends, but have no respect for his musical talent. he did write good lyrics though.
I think you just contradicted yourself in a way. If Kurt had anything it was talent. That guy came up with some incredible things and having very poor musical preparation. All he did was by ear.

Have you heard David Bowie's version of "The man who sold the world"? Compare the two and you'll see kurt's genius.

He cuold've DEVELOPED that talent but was too lazy todo so. But he had talent, no doubt about that. Just ask Bono

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