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Unplugged Nirvana (1993)

Unplugged Nirvana
8.8 Rating
(13 ratings)
8.5 IMDB rating

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Kurt Cobain

Kurt Cobain

Himself
David Grohl

David Grohl

Himself
Cris Kirkwood

Cris Kirkwood

Himself
Curt Kirkwood

Curt Kirkwood

Himself
Nirvana

Nirvana

Themselves
Pat Smear

Pat Smear

Himself


Written by
Jim Burns

Jim Burns

creator
Robert Small

Robert Small

creator


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1 year, 9 months ago at Nov 11 2:36
This is (among Eric Clapton) one of my favourite unplugged sessions I know. Although it's amazing that the songs are so intense and strong recited that you don't miss the usual electric guitar and strong drums.The songs come in a very honest and true way along.It's one of the rare moments that I have the feeling Kurt really enjoys the gig.The best Nirvana gigs like "Live at Reading" (or "Live at P... read more
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marcoprolo posted a review 1 year, 9 months ago

“This is (among Eric Clapton) one of my favourite unplugged sessions I know. Although it's amazing that the songs are so intense and strong recited that you don't miss the usual electric guitar and strong drums.The songs come in a very honest and true way along.It's one of the rare moments that I have the feeling Kurt really enjoys the gig.The best Nirvana gigs like "Live at Reading" (or "Live at Paramount") are also very raw and a mix of style in hardcore and punk.But somehow it's the unplugged show that's the one which touches me the most.” read more