"Nirvana baby recreates iconic album cover 25 years later"

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  1. thermodynamic Suspended

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    On the lighter and wet side of the news:

    http://nypost.com/2016/09/23/nirvana-baby-recreates-iconic-album-cover-25-years-later/

    Click to read and view the amazing recreation, with comparison to original, note the typical millennials who made it were lazy in their research - the guy isn't chasing money. Also, he's wearing clothes this time - what sort of pedo made the original and I reckon those who like looking at schlongs would prefer the grown-up edition...
     
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  3. colourfastt macrumors 6502a

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    And that hasn't been nearly long enough!!!
     
  4. lowendlinux Contributor

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    Nirvana was outstanding they single handed killed all the bad rock that had been made from the 60's to the 90's. It's not too often you can kill that many birds with one stone or in this case baby picture.
     
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    Grunge (Nirvana, Pearl Jam, etc.) was FAR from "outstanding". It is amongst the lowest forms of music (and I use that term advisedly).
     
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    I wasn't referring to the music I was referring to them killing off all the terrible rock that came before.
     
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    Why is this in PRSI? Are we that polarized about music?

    Never cared too much about Nirvana or grunge music.
     

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