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Single Name: Smells Like Teen Spirit
B-Side: Drain You/Even in His Youth/Aneurysm
Released: 9 September 1991 (UK), 10 September 1991 (US)
Issued to radio on August 27, 1991, “Smells Like Teen Spirit” was released two weeks later on September 10 as the lead single from Nevermind, the band’s major label debut on DGC Records. The song did not initially chart, and it sold well only in regions of the United States with an established fanbase for the group.
“Smells Like Teen Spirit” was not expected to be a hit, for it was merely intended to be the base-building alternative rock cut from the album. It was anticipated that the follow-up single “Come as You Are” would be the song that could cross over to mainstream formats. However, campus radio and modern rock radio stations picked up on the track, and placed it on heavy rotation. Danny Goldberg of Nirvana’s management firm Gold Mountain later admitted that “none of us heard it as a crossover song, but the public heard it and it was instantaneous [. . .] They heard it on alternative radio, and then they rushed out like lemmings to buy it.”
The video received its world premiere on MTV’s late-night alternative rock program 120 Minutes, and proved so popular that the channel began to air it during its regular daytime rotation. MTV added the video to its “Buzz Bin” selection in October, where it stayed until mid-December. By the end of the year, the song, its accompanying video, and the Nevermind album had become hits. Both the song and Nevermind became a rare cross-format phenomenon, reaching all the major rock radio formats including modern rock, hard rock, album rock, and college radio.
“Smells Like Teen Spirit” became a critical and commercial success. The song topped the 1991 Village Voice “Pazz & Jop” and Melody Maker year-end polls, and reached number two on Rolling Stone’s list of best singles of the year. The single peaked at number six on the Billboard singles chart the same week that Nevermind reached number one on the albums chart. “Teen Spirit” hit number one on the Modern Rock Tracks chart, and has since been certified platinum (one million copies shipped) by the Recording Industry Association of America.
However, many American Top 40 stations were reluctant to play the song in regular rotation due to its sound, and restricted it to night-time play. The single was also successful in other countries. In the United Kingdom, “Smells Like Teen Spirit” reached number seven and charted for 184 weeks. The song was nominated for two Grammy Awards: Best Hard Rock Performance with Vocal and Best Rock Song. Entertainment Weekly would later name Nirvana’s loss to Eric Clapton in the Best Rock Song category as one of the 10 biggest upsets in Grammy history.
In the wake of Nirvana’s success, Michael Azerrad wrote in a 1992 Rolling Stone article, “‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’ is an anthem for (or is it against?) the ‘Why Ask Why?’ generation. Just don’t call Cobain a spokesman for a generation.” Nevertheless, the music press awarded the song an “anthem-of-a-generation” status, placing Cobain as a reluctant spokesman for Generation X. The New York Times observed that “‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’ could be this generation’s version of the Sex Pistols’ 1976 single, ‘Anarchy in the U.K.’, if it weren’t for the bitter irony that pervades its title,” and added, “As Nirvana knows only too well, teen spirit is routinely bottled, shrink-wrapped and sold.”
The band grew uncomfortable with the song’s success, and in later concerts often pointedly excluded it from the set list. Prior to the release of the band’s 1993 follow-up album In Utero, Novoselic remarked, “If it wasn’t for ‘Teen Spirit’ I don’t know how Nevermind would have done,” and observed, “There are no ‘Teen Spirits’ on In Utero.” Cobain said in 1994, “I still like playing ‘Teen Spirit,’ but it’s almost an embarrassment to play it [. . .] Everyone has focused on that song so much.”
American 7″ vinyl and cassette releases included ‘Even In His Youth’. The American 12″, a second cassette and CD also featured ‘Aneurysm’. UK 7″ and cassette releases included ‘Drain You’, 12″ versions ‘Even In His Youth’ and the CD all four songs. Whilst all American versions lack ‘Drain You’ it was included on some European releases.
‘Even in His Youth’ and ‘Aneurysm’ were previously unreleased, this version of ‘Aneurysm’ is different than the version on Incesticide.
The back cover shot was taken by Charles Petersen at Nirvana’s 03/08/91 appearance at the Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver.
(00:00) 1. Smells Like Teen Spirit
(04:40) 2. Drain You
(08:24) 3. Even in His Youth
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#27 New Volume – One Touch *
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#37 Spoken – Breathe Again (Ft. Matty Mullins) *
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The alternative rock is a genre of rock coming from the scene underground of the 1980s, and widely popular since the 1990s. The term “alternative” was used in the 1980s to describe groups inspired by punk rock that have contracts with labels independent and does not fit into the genres of mainstream of the time. As a musical genre, alternative rock includes various sub-genres that emerged from the independent music scene of the 1980s, such as grunge, the britpop, the gothic rock, and indie rock. These types have all been ethical or musical influences of punk, founder for the alternative music 1970.
Although gender is considered a variant of the rock, some of its subgenres are influenced by folk music, the reggae, the electronic music, and jazz among other genres. At times, alternative rock has been used to describe all the underground artists of the 1980s, all the music down punk rock (including punk itself, the new wave, and post-punk ), and Paradoxically, rock in general during the 1990s and 2000s.
Although some artists like the Pixies, REM and The Cure have achieved commercial success and mainstream recognition, many alternative rock artists of the 1980s were underground bands who recorded their music on independent labels and which were known for the radio stations of universities and mouth. With the success of Nirvana and the popularity of grunge and Britpop movements in the early 1990s, alternative rock was a great commercial success and many alternative bands knew to turn an international and commercial success.
The music now known as alternative rock was formerly known by various other words, before that alternative expression become the most common. The term ” college rock “(rock university) was used in the United States to describe the music in the 1980s, because of its links with the college radio and tastes of students. In the UK, the term “indie” is used more, though from 1985, the term indie becomes the term of a specific current, indie rock rather than another term for alternative rock.
The “alternative rock” is essentially an umbrella term for underground music that emerged in the wake of the punk rock movement since the mid-1980s. As its history reveals, alternative rock has been largely defined by the rejection of commercial success in the general culture. The alternative bands during the 1980s generally played in small clubs, recorded with independent labels, and gained notoriety through word-of-mouth.
In this way, there is no set musical style for alternative rock in general, although the New York Times said in 1989 that gender is the “guitar music first”. The sounds range from “dirty” guitars of grunge to the gloomy atmosphere of gothic rock, through Britpop and twee pop. More often than in other genres of rock, alternative rock lyrics tend to address social issues, such as use of the drug, the depression, and ecology.
In the 1980s, alternative rock in the United States was primarily the domain of college radio. Most commercial radio stations ignored the genre. On TV, MTV aired occasionally alternative rock music late at night. In 1986, the network began broadcasting, always late at night, a show dedicated to alternative music, 120 Minutes, which played the role of a major outlet for the genre before his commercial breakthrough five years later. Finally, in the late 1980s, commercial radio stations like WFNX (in Boston ) and KROQ (in Los Angeles ) began playing alternative rock, becoming pioneers of radio formats “modern rock.”
However, crossover and grunge-titled only two terms of the summarized under the term alternative rock music styles. Together, all styles and performers was the combination of punk and hardcore music with other styles, which also reflects the mainstream could meet. Those styles that elements of popular music forms such as hip-hop, funk, folk rock or pop music took over, reach a larger audience, thus could sell better and were therefore increasingly promoted by large record companies and music television.
On the other hand, the hype around grunge and Nirvana for other less rock and metal oriented style in the field Alternative and Independent undoing. Robyn Hitchcock explained the change after Nirvana had ousted him from the top of the American alternative charts.
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