How Kurt Cobain and his Seattle cohorts changed the face of rock in the Nineties. In 1991, pouffed hair and glam metal choked MTV's airwaves. The likes of Poison, Motley Crue and Warrant churned out songs full of explosive, empty guitar solos and girl, girls, girls hysteria. Rock was a circus, a neon carnival filled with pomp and glitzy circumstance. Until Nirvana and their debut album, Nevermind pulled the plug on the nonsense, restoring genuine passion, dignity and meaning to rock.
From the pages of Guitar World magazine come historic interviews with Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden and Alice In Chains, among others, bringing you the story of that revolution.