Grunge Isn't Dead, It's Just Called N...

Grunge Isn't Dead, It's Just Called Neo-Grunge Now

There are 41 comments on the Shefinds.com story from Dec 4, 2007, titled Grunge Isn't Dead, It's Just Called Neo-Grunge Now. In it, Shefinds.com reports that:

I was a girl who, once upon an embarrassing time, had a closet full of flannel and Nirvana on constant rotation in her CD-player. I wore my dad's old army button-down over his University of Chicago t-shirt , ... via Shefinds.com

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kanx1976

Birmingham, UK

#1 Dec 4, 2007
I don't agree.
Grunge was dead from the moment Grunge became popular.
Grunge is Sub Pop not Pop.
Sorry
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suaib

Indonesia

#2 Dec 14, 2007
Kurt Cobain , I Love You

“#61”

Since: Dec 08

Buffalo, New York

#3 Dec 14, 2008
Grunge died when Kurt died.... so did most of the music industry...
Ryan

Nashua, NH

#4 Dec 25, 2008
To me grunge is not and never will be dead. I may be only 16 and only may have been a baby during the "grunge era". but i started noticing grunge music one day when i was listening to the radio and i loved it. then i found out about the whole grunge lifestyle and i live it. i mean yeah people come up to me and think im stupid or something but i really do care. i want to make sure that grunge still lives
Ryan

Nashua, NH

#5 Dec 25, 2008
sorry i meant to write "dont care" in the 2nd to last sentence." my bad. typo

“#61”

Since: Dec 08

Buffalo, New York

#6 Dec 25, 2008
I was a baby too during the grunge, and like you, I try and live the grunge lifestyle. I don't give a flying f**k if people think I'm weird, because grunge and grunge music are what I'm interested in. It was some of if not the best music ever made, during that time period when I was a baby, and even before then. Hell, most of the people I hang out with are into grunge and Nirvana as much as I am.

“#61”

Since: Dec 08

Buffalo, New York

#7 Dec 25, 2008
Edit: "I was a baby too during the grunge era..."
James

Birmingham, UK

#8 Jan 8, 2009
im 14 and im from the uk i love grunge music and believe that its not dead its just faded there just needs to re-introduced back to the people music today would not be the same with kurt cobain my favourite artist and if anyone here reads this site and lives in uk west midland(chances are slim) i am looking for a drummer or guitarist/vocalist to start a band with who wants to play nirvana music

wanna talk music add me on msn
[email protected]
Red

Olney, MD

#9 Jan 23, 2009
Ryan wrote:
To me grunge is not and never will be dead. I may be only 16 and only may have been a baby during the "grunge era". but i started noticing grunge music one day when i was listening to the radio and i loved it. then i found out about the whole grunge lifestyle and i live it. i mean yeah people come up to me and think im stupid or something but i really do care. i want to make sure that grunge still lives
Im 16 years old too, and I fucking love Grunge. I live the Lifestyle and would love to start a grunge band. The Gen X era of Grunge music is gone, but whoever siad that one type of music was for only one Gen. Afterall, Grunge was a revival of late seventies punk.
Red

Olney, MD

#10 Jan 23, 2009
lithium_61 wrote:
Edit: "I was a baby too during the grunge era..."
Wasnt it great to be a baby during the grunge era? I never heard any baby music or nursery rhymes, just grunge. Im 16 now, and Im still crazy about grunge.
utsav

Mumbai, India

#11 Jan 29, 2009
grunge was never dead.....will never die....
matadm

Salt Lake City, UT

#12 Mar 13, 2009
grunge will only die if you let it. sure cobains death was a tragedy to the musical world, and yeah i was four years old when he died, but i believe grunge live today in all the music we listen to, sure it might not be pure grunge... but it still is grunge
jarl

Salt Lake City, UT

#13 Mar 13, 2009
everything comes back into fashion eventually, whether its in our lifetime, or the next (which i hope not).... we need another music hero: from the beatles to nirvana, whos next?
betterman

Paisley, UK

#14 Mar 17, 2009
kanx1976 wrote:
I don't agree.
Grunge was dead from the moment Grunge became popular.
Grunge is Sub Pop not Pop.
Sorry
P.S. Download Free Nirvana E-Zine here:
http://nirvanamagazine.blogspot.com/2007/11/d...
ok sorry but i have to agree Grunge was never popular nor is it recognised as a music genre in any popular industrial WHICH MAKES IT LIKE A MILLION TIMES BETTER im 19 now im a true 90'skid and i thoroughly believe that everything after the year 2000 has sucked music wise and im sorry nirvana fans but your all far to single minded and cling on to nirvana past its actual worth i mean i love nirvana and always have done but seriously get your teeth into some screaming tree's or better yet temple of the dog and pearl jam and for those that want to here some seriously sick music get onto faith no more the second you have the chance
Red

Olney, MD

#15 Apr 1, 2009
I dont think you can say you like grunge if you only listen to one band. If so, you may only like that one band, and not grunge altogether.
dude

United States

#16 Apr 29, 2009
Red wrote:
I dont think you can say you like grunge if you only listen to one band. If so, you may only like that one band, and not grunge altogether.
Red grunge is Nirvana pretty much. Another partial grunge band is aic.
Red

Olney, MD

#17 Apr 30, 2009
True, Nirvana was the patron Saint of Grunge, but there are so many other bands, Aic, 7 Year Bitch
Blood Circus, Green River, Gruntruck, Hammerbox,
Love Battery, Mad Season
Malfunkshun
The Melvins
Mono Men
Mother Love Bone
Mudhoney
My Sister's Machine
Pearl Jam
Screaming Trees
Skin Yard
Soundgarden
Tad
Temple of the Dog
Truly
The U-Men
Nukeateen

Red

Olney, MD

#18 Apr 30, 2009
Oh...And Unfortunately, Hole with Courtney Love.
cobain lovers

Jakarta, Indonesia

#19 Jun 14, 2009
lo jangan bgaya njing,lo klo ngmong kya gtu lgi awas lo yeee......
cobain lovers

Jakarta, Indonesia

#20 Jun 14, 2009
pliz, don't u say a grunge was dead..
i not like it..
ok thanks....

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