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Rock Cellar Magazine Sep 21
Sept. 21, 1993: releases "In Utero," a deeply challenging -- and rewarding -- follow-up to "Nevermind." Raw, visceral and affecting, with some of the best music Kurt Cobain, Dave Grohl & created. Here's a look back.
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ZeldaZonk Sep 20
It's the day before In Utero turns 25, so join me today for tours in the gallery at .
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I Am Chris Sep 21
Released 25 years ago today. It is a better album then Nevermind don’t @ me.
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Laszlo Reszegi Sep 20
In Utero, the last album turned 25. This is my collection. The promo poster on the left came directly from . Thanks again! Now I need to meet (and Dave, of course) to get a vinyl copy signed.
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Brittany Kosztyo Sep 21
Don't listen to the new episode in public unless you're really good at stifling your laughter, or don't care if people think you're a psychopath.
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Dong Abay Sep 21
All apologies to the dumb. Rape me and serve the servants.
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Todd Darby Sep 21
25 years ago today one of my absolute favorite albums of all time was release. I still remember buying it and listening to it for the first time and being blown away! And I’m still blown away by this masterpiece.
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angel wings Sep 21
Still sounds raw & full of energy to this day
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mr. chema Sep 21
Cobain wanted In Utero to pave the way for more female artists. “Maybe it will inspire women to pick up guitars and start bands,” Cobain told Spin in 1993. “Because it’s the only future in rock ‘n’ roll.”
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alien thot Sep 21
i now have heart-shaped box and rape me stuck in my head.
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Crystal Hartmann Sep 21
I was 18 when this came out. I was so excited for this album. All my friends went to this tour and I was like I have my Lola tickets I’m good. I know I missed something huge. I wonder what Kurt would be doing today if he was still here.
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Sabrina Oliveira Sep 21
Im listening to in utero, wondering how 25yrs has gone this fast & and how it feels to to have something so relevant and important to so many a quarter of a century after its release.
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Free Candy Sep 22
I remember buying this album at National Record Mart (remember record stores kids?) when it first came out some 25 years ago. Happy 25th Birthday
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Brittany Kosztyo Sep 21
Arguably one of the best albums of all time was released 25 years ago today. . .
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Bree Davies Sep 21
My band used to cover "Radio Friendly Unit Shifter" & it was super fun to play it together. We played it at a Nirvana tribute show, me dressed as Krist, our guitarist Val dressed as Kurt from Reading 1992 <3 This band meant so much to our band
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Adrian Garro Sep 21
"Nevermind" is a crucial album, but I've always liked "In Utero" more. I never saw Kurt, Dave & together at (I was too young), but I wish I did. Wrote some thoughts on the album's 25th anniversary for .
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Ryan W. Sep 20
Today's the 25th anniversary of this masterpiece. Wish we could of had more, but what we got was enough. For a couple of years, there was music about deep, dark, and true emotions.
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NapoleonXII Sep 21
My absolute favorite Nirvana record. is spinning Frances Farmer right now.
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Ivone 태형 💜🐯 ⛄ Sep 21
Replying to @RollingStoneMX
Todas 😭
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Jonathan Boyd 10 Jan 14
2013 ReIssue of the Year 2 WINNER
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