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Before the charts were littered with generic urban music, there was the generation of grunge when songs was simplified into powerful riffs, and lyrics had emotion. Focusing upon passionate teenage angst, rather than clubbing and getting loaded. Amy Winehouse was recently omitted to the legendary 27 club, but before her there was Robert Johnson, Brian Jones, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison and Kurt Cobain.Kurt Cobain, the founder of grunge band Nirvana and an icon of a generation, whos tragic end caused significant controversy, his personal life contained more turbulence than an aeroplane with only one wing. Whilst his music inspired millions of youngsters to form bands and find their own voices. Drug abuse, alcoholism, suicide attempts, love, notorious performances, beautiful lyrics, running away, depression, humour, rebellion and more…Kurt tried it all and would put the so-called tragic music icons of today to shame. This is his story...

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