"Some people’s lives are totally f*cked and they can do nothing about it, you’re lucky you’re not in Bosnia now trapped, you’ve got a lot of nerve just sitting there wallowing for no reason, you should try as hard as you can to appreciate what you have. Maybe if you weren’t so self-absorbed, if you thought about anyone else besides yourself you wouldn’t be so miserable." - D’arcy

"Some people’s lives are totally f*cked and they can do nothing about it, you’re lucky you’re not in Bosnia now trapped, you’ve got a lot of nerve just sitting there wallowing for no reason, you should try as hard as you can to appreciate what you have. Maybe if you weren’t so self-absorbed, if you thought about anyone else besides yourself you wouldn’t be so miserable." - D’arcy

  • ARTIST: Nirvana
  • SONG: Do Re Mi [Home Demo]
  • ALBUM: Sliver: The Best of the Box
  • 3,093 plays
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Nirvana - Do Re Mi (Home Demo) - Sliver: The Best Of The Box

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Kurt Cobain sang Nirvana’s song ‘School’ off of ‘Bleach’ and to Kurt’s surprise, the audience knew every single word and sang along. This photo was taken immediately after the crowd applauded for Kurt for almost two minutes straight; right before he began the next song. According to photographer and close friend Youri Lenquette, tears filled Kurt Cobain’s eyes due to joy. Youri claims that Kurt considered this night one of the highlights of his career.

Kurt Cobain sang Nirvana’s song ‘School’ off of ‘Bleach’ and to Kurt’s surprise, the audience knew every single word and sang along. This photo was taken immediately after the crowd applauded for Kurt for almost two minutes straight; right before he began the next song. According to photographer and close friend Youri Lenquette, tears filled Kurt Cobain’s eyes due to joy. Youri claims that Kurt considered this night one of the highlights of his career.


Stay low Soft, dark, and dreamless Far beneath my nightmares and loneliness..

Stay low
Soft, dark, and dreamless
Far beneath my nightmares and loneliness..

"My best friend recently told me that I was the most passionate person she’s ever known. I don’t know if that was a compliment or an insult, honestly." - Amy Lee

  • ARTIST: Evanescence
  • SONG: Heart-Shaped Box
  • ALBUM: Going Under
  • 841 plays
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Evanescence - Heart-Shaped Box

Hole - Live Through This
Released - April 12, 1994

Live Through This is the second studio album by American alternative rock band Hole. It was released by Geffen Records on April 12, 1994, just four days after frontwoman Courtney Love’s husband, Kurt Cobain, was found dead in their home. It was Hole’s only album to feature bassist Kristen Pfaff before her death in June 1994, and the first to feature Patty Schemel on drums.

Musically and lyrically, the album differed greatly from the band’s debut, Pretty on the Inside (1991), transitioning from punk and noise rock to a more accessible rock sound, focusing more on melody and dynamics and utilizing less of the distortion and experimental touches that dominated their previous record. Lyrically, the album heavily reflected Love’s life at the time, her transition into public notoriety, and her role as a wife and mother, as well as articulating a “third-wave feminist consciousness”.

The Smashing Pumpkins Live at Botanique Gardens on 1998-05-28

My family knew I was going to art school. I wanted to be in a band instead. I had two scholarships, but didn’t want to go.
- Kurt Cobain. (via nirvananews)
"I cry a lot-I dont know why, but it just helps me. I cry over bad and good stuff-sometimes sadness can be beautiful." - Amy Lee

"I cry a lot-I dont know why, but it just helps me. I cry over bad and good stuff-sometimes sadness can be beautiful." - Amy Lee