Never Mind It’s Nirvana

Like Metallica’s Black album, Nevermind saw a huge change in direction for the Seattle grunge heroes, with their major label debut becoming the most seminal album of the 90’s, selling over 30 million copies, after its release on September 24, 1991.

Nirvana’s first album, Bleach, was recorded on a shoestring, but for their second album, with major record company backing, they brought in the big guns to help create their vision. Famed producer, Butch Vig,(later known as the drummer for alternative rockers, Garbage) helped Nirvana by introducing a much more professionally produced product, which enhanced Kurt Cobain’s incredible song writing abilities. A more melodic, streamlined approach was used to accentuate the magnificent pop hooks and guitar riffs Nirvana were spewing out at a rapid rate.