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Old 02.01.2013, 12:59 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by Severian
Wishkah is massively under appreciated. That version of "Aneurysm" is without peer as far as I'm concerned. Fucking just rocks it. Hard.

Agreed! That whole fucking album rocks, Dave and Krist put it together so flawlessly that it sounds like a single stage show instead of several years of shows spliced together like an anthology. They said they wanted to give the experience of a great Nirvana show so they put it together like a set list. There are a lot of Nirvana bootlegs out there, some really great, and Nirvana was a great live band, but Wishkah is superb. What is surreal is that Unplugged and Wishkah are both perhaps in the top 25 live albums (albums like Jimi Hendrix Woodstock, Bob Marley's Live!, Johnny Cash's At Folsom Prison) ever released. Very rarely does a band get two slots on that list..
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