Heather (bluecloudedgrey) wrote in nirvana_elitist,

I need your opinions. I'm a semi-new Nirvana fan. I've been a fan for about two years now. My boyfriend, who is a huge fan, is who got me into them. I didn't know anything about Nirvana until I met my boyfriend. I wasn't allowed to listen to any of that "Satan music" when I was younger. I was only permitted to listen to Christian music, but sometimes late at night I'd watch MTV, and that's where I first saw Nirvana. I saw the video for "Smells Like Teen Spirit" over, and over, and over, and over, and over again until I just hated Nirvana. (That's just how I am. If I hear and/or see something too much, sometimes I'll get tired of it and begin to hate it.) That was when I was in high school. I'm 23 now and old enough to decide what music I chose to listen to, and I've come to love Nirvana now that I've heard more than just one song. Oh, and I've also come to like "Smells Like Teen Spirit." Anyway, right before I started getting into Nirvana I saw the book of Kurt Cobain's journal pages at a book store. I scoffed at it. I thought it was very disrespectful to publish a man's personal journal after he had died, and I still do. But now that I'm into Nirvana's music, I've become curious. I'm curious to read these journal entries to learn more about the band and what inspired him as part of the band. So, I was wondering what all of you think. Is it wrong? Have you read it? If so, what did you think?
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