Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Come As You Are
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
1992 Geffen release, the second of two top 40 hits theseminal grunge band had. Taken from their tour de force'Nevermind', it's accompanied here with 'Endless, Nameless'(the hidden track on select CD copies from the firstpr... more »
1992 Geffen release, the second of two top 40 hits theseminal grunge band had. Taken from their tour de force'Nevermind', it's accompanied here with 'Endless, Nameless'(the hidden track on select CD copies from the firstpressing of 'Nevermind'), plus live versions of 'School' &'Drain You' recorded at a Seattle show on Halloween of 1991.Slimline jewel case.
dave | ft. wayne, indiana United States | 06/10/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is an awesome 4 track cd. come as you are is an obvious good song, school live is very good too, and drain you live is very great. Endless nameless is about the best nirvaa song iv ever heard. It rocks! Buy this now if you are any kind of fan. Even if you dont like come as you are,the live songs will blow you away. And dont 4get endless nameless. Buy now"
And I Swear That I Don't Have A Gun
Josh Irby | Syracuse, NY | 06/08/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Nirvana's two biggest singles were Smells Like Teen Spirit and Come As You Are. In my opinion, Come As You Are is the better one. Almost anyone who listens to the radio can recognize this song just by hearing that underwater-sounding intro. Most versions of this single have Endless, Nameless, on them. Mine does not (that's the U.S. version). Endless, Nameless was recorded in the Nevermind sessions when Kurt got real pissed and just did this improv- song (according to Guitar World, anyway). Endless, Nameless used to be a hidden track on Nevermind, but most versions today do not have it. This is probably because it is included on the With The Lights Out boxset. This single has two other songs on it, School and Drain You, both live at the Paramount Theater in Seattle on October 31, 1991, shortly after Nevermind came out. (Note: Negative Creep on From The Muddy Banks Of The Wishkah was taken from this same show, as is the version of Been A Son on the Lithium single.) School and Drain You are especially good songs, more than worthy of being on this cd."