Nirvana performing at Lamefest UK, Dec 3, 1989

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"In London, Nirvana performed the largest show of their young career.

Although they were the first band of the night, the crowd immediately responded to Nirvana’s energy.

The other two Sub Pop acts, TAD and Mudhoney, raged it as well, and the legendary Lamefest UK showcase became history.

The following week, … (read more)

"In London, Nirvana performed the largest show of their young career.

Although they were the first band of the night, the crowd immediately responded to Nirvana’s energy.

The other two Sub Pop acts, TAD and Mudhoney, raged it as well, and the legendary Lamefest UK showcase became history.

The following week, England’s New Music Express proclaimed, “Nirvana is Sub Pop’s answer to the Beatles"." (Bruce Pavitt)

This Grunge micro-history, one dramatic week in the life of Nirvana, was documented by Bruce Pavitt, the founder of Seattle's Sub Pop, the record label that first discovered Nirvana, Soundgarden and Mudhoney.

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Sabina Bano
2022/01/31

Epic 🔥

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