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The sacred cows of indie music – 6: Nirvana

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Moo. MOO! Moo. MOO! Moo. 

In the Sex Pistols’ day, this was called flogging a dead horse. But we’re talking cows here. Sacred cows.

He’s dead. Get over it.

Seems like some of you have.

“When I get famous/There’ll be so many people want to know me/You’ll be one of them/And you’ll just have to stand in line” – ‘When I Get Famous’, Patrik Fitzgerald, 1978

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3 Responses to The sacred cows of indie music – 6: Nirvana

  1. Bartosz Biniek March 29, 2012 at 4:48 am

    Ahh, you missed that version Everett:

  2. Bartosz Biniek March 29, 2012 at 4:48 am

    But it’s a music show from my country so that’s OK.

  3. bmule April 20, 2012 at 2:02 am

    she sang mamoree-ya

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