Posted by Geoff August 29, 2007

Back on a music tip! Was sorting CDs out last night and came across my copy of Live Through This. I have tons of albums from that period 92-94 when 'grunge' (ugh!) was big and honestly I find 95% of them unlistenable now. That includes Nevermind...I could go into a big post about how Bleach and InUtero were superior but I'll leave that for another time.

So I put Hole on with vague memories of Edwards on Saturday nights, doc martins, ripped jeans, Oasis Centre in Brum and drinking too much cheap lager. Holy rules. Seriously brilliant album that somehow i'd forgotten all about. It's now on heavy rotation on the iPod. Wonder if Courtney's solo album will ever come out.


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