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Smells Like Teen Spirit

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  1. Musicfreak said 3 months ago. I just submitted the Wild Thing sample but it was rejected and the moderator said this. I have seen people mention the similarities between these before and I think the general consensus is that Smells Like Teen Spirit has such a basic and common chord structure that it's very unlikely this is a purposeful interpolation.
  2. Aug 19,  · Nirvana’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit” and Rick Astley’s “Never Gonna Give You Up” have the same arrangement according to Dave Grohl. Grohl performed with Rick Astley over the weekend.
  3. “Smells Like Teen Spirit” was Kurt Cobain’s ironic commentary on teenage/college party culture and how devoid of culture everyday life had become. It was meant to poke fun at the jocks and the.
  4. [Intro/Riff] E A G C x4 [Interlude] E A G C x2 [Verse 1] E A G Load up on guns C E Bring your friends A G It's fun to lose C E And to pretend A G She's o-ver-bored C E Self-assured A G C E O.
  5. Smells Like Teen Spirit was a single from Nevermind, the album that catapulted Nirvana to fame. Supposedly, the name came from graffiti Kathleen Hanna of the band Bikini Kill once wrote on the wall of lead singer Kurt Cobain’s hotel room.
  6. Saturday, Sept. 10, is the 25th anniversary of Nirvana’s lead single off the album 'Nevermind,' 'Smells Like Teen Spirit,' which went on to become the band’s biggest hit.
  7. "Teen Spirit" was a deodorant used by Tobi Vail whom Kurt Cobain went out with at the time. Tobi Vail was a drummer of Bikini Kill, and another member of that band, Kathleen Hanna, wrote "Kurt smells like Teen Spirit" on his bedroom wall in an attempt to say that he had Vail's scent on him.
  8. Smells Like Teen Spirit Lyrics. Lyrics Artists: N Nirvana Smells Like Teen Spirit. About Smells Like Teen Spirit lyrics. Album Nevermind () by Nirvana. Labels Sub Pop, DGC. Lyrics By. Kurt Cobain. Music By. Nirvana. Engineer. Jeff Sheehan, Craig.
  9. Apr 11,  · “Smells Like Teen Spirit” was written by Dave Grohl, Kurt Cobain, and Krist Novoselic. It was released as a lead single of the band’s 2nd album – Nevermind in September

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