How is Kurt Cobain enjoying success as the leader of the world’s first triple-platunim punk-rock band? Don’t ask
. “Norwegian Wood” drifts down the hall to the dimly lit bedroom, where Cobain lies flat on his back in striped pajamas, a red-painted big toenail peeking out the other end of the blanket and a couple of teddy bears lying beside him for company. The surprisingly fragrant Los Angeles night seeps through the window screen.
He’s been suffering from a long-standing and painful stomach condition – perhaps probably an ulcer – aggravated by stress and, apparently, his screaming singing style. Having eaten virtually nothing for over more than two weeks, Cobain is strikingly gaunt and frail, far from the stubbly doughboy who smirked out from a photo inside
. It’s hard to believe this is the same guy who smashes guitars and wails with such violence – until you notice his blazing blue eyes and the faded pink and purple streaks in his hair. Read more: Rolling Stone »
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I have that magazine 😎 Good lord, Dave Grohl looks so young in that pic! Sustained my through my early teenage years. A friend, mentor, and idol. The impact of Kurt Cobain and Nirvana on the evolution of modern rock cannot be overstated. False. I was the best downfield blocking wide receiver in the state of Georgia.