My Top 5 Favorite Albums: #1

The album that defined my generation.  The song that defined my generation (Smells Like Teen Spirit).  The band that defined my generation.  Nirvana’s legendary second album took the music world by storm in 1991.  It exiled “hair metal.”  It oozed angst.  It propelled frontman Kurt Cobain to unwanted fame.  It put Seattle-based rock groups on the map and opened the doors for bands like Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, Alice in Chains, and Mudhoney (among others) to find mainstream success.  It made “grunge” a permanent part of pop-culture lingo.  All that, and it just plain rocks.  Hits like Smells Like Teen Spirit, Lithium, and Come as You Are made Nevermind a rock classic.  Now, if I can only dig up my flannel shirts and Chuck Taylors…

Check out “In Bloom” (one of the best music videos ever)

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About Aaron

Aaron is a follower of Jesus. He's married to his smokin' hot wife Laura and is the father of three adorable girls. He enjoys a robust cigar, a complex root beer, a good movie, writing, football, thought-provoking books, and rousing discussions about subjects you're not supposed to talk about (like theology and politics). Religious people irritate him (because he once was one). He's on a quest to find the perfect dry rub and sauce for ribs.
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3 Responses to My Top 5 Favorite Albums: #1

  1. Laura says:

    Oh flannel and Chucks I miss you!!!

  2. aaroncross says:

    hahaha, we are both grunge at heart my friend. My top album of all time would probably be “In Utero”. After all that was Kurt Cobain’s favorite album they put out. Haha, we are dorks.

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