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MTV Unplugged in New York

Nirvana  Main Performer

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1 About a Girl Cobain 3:37
2 Come as You Are Novoselic/Grohl/Cob 4:13
3 Jesus Doesn't Want Me for a Sunbeam McKee/Kelly 4:37
4 The Man Who Sold the World Bowie 4:20
5 Pennyroyal Tea Cobain 3:40
6 Dumb Cobain 2:52
7 Polly Cobain/Grohl/Novose 3:16
8 On a Plain Cobain/Grohl/Novose 3:44
9 Something in the Way Cobain/Grohl/Novose 4:01
10 Plateau Kirkwood 3:38
11 Oh, Me Kirkwood 3:26
12 Lake of Fire Kirkwood 2:55
13 All Apologies Cobain 4:23
14 Where Did You Sleep Last Night? Ledbetter 5:08
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MTV Unplugged in New York

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Label: Original Music

Style: Alternative Pop/Rock

MTV Unplugged in New York

UPC: 093624969044

Release Date: 12/15/2009

Original Release Date: 12/15/2009

Tracks: [About a Girl, Come as You Are, Jesus Doesn't Want Me for a Sunbeam, The Man Who Sold the World, Pennyroyal Tea, Dumb, Polly, On a Plain, Something in the Way, Plateau, Oh, Me, Lake of Fire, All Apologies, Where Did You Sleep Last Night?]
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Stephen Thomas Erlewine

Sadly, MTV Unplugged stands as Nirvana's last album. While it's an album of covers and old songs, it ranks as one of the band's most cohesive records. Instead of relying on the trio's overpowering sonic force, Unplugged concentrates on Kurt Cobain's subtly shaded songwriting and Nirvana's deceptively simple musical power. Every version of their previously recorded songs, with the possible exception of "On a Plain," dramatically improves the original, and the covers reveal more about Cobain than he intended. By the time Nirvana close with a wrenching, spine-chilling version of Leadbelly's "Where Did You Sleep Last Night," the emotional complexity of Nirvana's music is clear. It's also clear that they could have made even greater music. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi