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Kurt Cobain’s Newly Discovered Sound Collage Mixtape Will Melt Your Brain

It’s been widely established that Kurt Cobain had an extremely wide range of musical influences, and nowhere is this more apparent than on ‘Montage Of Heck’ -a newly unearthed sound collage mixtape he recorded years before reaching international stardom with Nirvana. The trippy aural montage pulls together songs and sound effects from literally everyone you can imagine, and even a few you can’t. Cher, Led Zep, William Shatnerthe Jackson 5, and even clips from The Flintstones are represented. Hold on to your hats,  because it’s about to get weird.

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Which Musicians Are Keeping The Spirit Of Kurt Cobain Alive 20 Years After His Death?

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This weekend marks the 20th anniversary of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain‘s tragic death. While there’s no doubt that Cobain’s own contributions to music will last forever, his influence spread beyond the world of grunge and into hip hop, rock, pop and even country.

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Gone But Not Forgotten: Which Artists Have The Most Popular Posthumous Albums?

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It always hits fans hard when they lose beloved music artists, especially when the deaths come unexpectedly. Fortunately, artists have troves of tunes fans can sift through to remind them of the hits they love. But when we all can rally around new releases after the artists have passed away, there are times when we tend to flock to those final bits of music.

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Adam “MCA” Yauch’s Will Prohibits Advertising From Using His Image Or Music

MCA's Will Prohibits Use Of His Music In Any Advertising

We still can’t believe Beastie BoysAdam “MCA” Yauch is gone. He kept his word on never selling out to corporate, though, and even in death he’s honoring that promise. DNA Info reports that MCA’s last will and testament specifically instructed that his image, music and any art he’s created be prohibited from use in advertisement. Considering the number of ads where deceased stars like John Lennon, Kurt Cobain and Louis Armstrong have appeared well past their death, this ban is completely understandable. The rhymes from “Triple Trouble” take on a whole new meaning now. “Cause I’m a specializer, rhyme reviser/Ain’t selling out to advertisers/What you get is what you see/And you won’t see me out there advertising.” Read more…