Kurt Cobain: The Nirvana Years

by Carrie Borzillo

With their unique blend of punk aggression, pop sensibilities, and a pained voice that tore into the hearts and souls of anyone listening, Nirvana became the most important band of the '90s. Kurt Cobain not only emerged as the unwitting voice of a generation, but also one of the most misunderstood geniuses ever. This book will hopefully separate fact from fiction and clear up some of the myths and untruths that have grown up around the band and their singer's troubled life by bringing to light a straightforward, day-by-day account of their career and lives.

Publisher: Carlton Books

Series: Music Sales America

Format: Hardcover

Page Count: 192

Dimensions: 10 X 10.5 inches

ISBN: 9781780974002