In this visual essay style documentary, intimate audio of journalist Michael Azerrad's interviews with Kurt Cobain is played over more recently photographed footage of Cobain's Washington state homes and haunts.
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Dire Straits classic video clip for 'Money for Nothing', smash 1985 hit from the album "Brothers in Arms". The iconic video mixtures advanced animation technology and footage from the band ... See full summary »
This is a great DVD and a must have for serious Nirvana fans. This DVD like the rest of the box set wasn't presented to allow new fans to break into Nirvana, but instead give us older fans something more to appreciate. Though the sound quality on most of the tracks (most notably 1-9) is horrible, this DVD is still put together nicely and is loved by plenty of serious Nirvana fans. Unfortenetly it is missing a lot of footage, like their music Video's and some other live performances. But for what we've been waiting for since 1996, this is incredible.
It does include the Sub Pop music video for In Bloom which was nice to see on a DVD but has been traded and downloaded by collectors and fans for along time now. The Rio Sessions featuring Seasons in the Sun is a nice finisher for the DVD showing them in the studio working. It was also nice to see Dale Crover and Jason Evermen appear on this DVD. So stop reading this and go buy it already!
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