1993 Geffen release, the band's final studio album with the 7:33 long 'Gallons Of Rubbing Alcohol Flow Through The Strip' added as a bonus track that is listed on the back inlay of the jewel case, but is hidden on the disc itself, since the CD scans only 12 tracks. 13 tracks total, also including the alternative hits 'All Apologies', 'Heart- Shaped Box', 'Milk It' and 'Rape Me'. The CD is a color picture disc.
"Teenage angst has paid off well; now I'm bored and old." We know, Kurt Cobain, believe you me, we KNOW. Over the years of Nirvana's dominance, you've made that abundantly fucking clear. That little snippet is the opening line of "Serve the Servants," the first song from Nirvana's final album, In Utero. It really sums up a lot of Cobain's attitude. Nirvana's success got him a lot of nice things, but he thought the band had reached its creative peak, … more