J-rock Artists Reconstruct a Classic with Nevermind Tribute Album
J-rock Artists take a stab at reconstructing one of the most heralded albums of all time, Nirvana’s 1991 Nevermind.
Just a shy over 20 years have past, and Kurt Cobain would have been 45 this week. In honor of his birthday week, news was released that a group of J-bands have put together a mighty tribute album.
Above we get a quick listen at 9 mm Parabellum Bullet’s version of “Territorial Pissings.” The full track listing follows:
01 Smells Like Teen Spirit / ONE OK ROCK
02 In Bloom / LOW IQ 01
03 Come As You Are / BACK DROP BOMB
04 Breed / 10-FEET
05 Lithium / MAN WITH A MISSION
06 Polly / 大橋トリオ
07 Territorial Pissings / 9mm Parabellum Bullet
08 Drain You / →Pia-no-jaC←
09 Lounge Act / Four Minutes Til Midnight
10 Stay Away / THE NOVEMBERS
11 On A Plain / 後日発表
12 Something In The Way / SiM
UPDATE: Check out 10-Feet’s best version of Nirvana in “Breed.”
Sounds eerily good, except for some of the lyrics sound a little off. Of course, understanding Cobain’s lyrics are pretty damn hard to do.