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Nirvana, Bleach (1989)

Nirvana's first album was recorded for $606 and released on Seattle's indie Sub Pop Records two years before the band hit the big time. The sound here is rawer and edgier than Nevermind, but hints at the more famous music to come.

Nirvana, In Utero (1993)

Nirvana's final studio album took on a harder, more abrasive tone than Nevermind… perhaps reflecting Cobain's ongoing descent into depression.

Nirvana, MTV Unplugged in New York (1994)

The last Nirvana album released before Cobain's suicide, Unplugged captured the band in a mellow, acoustic mood.

Nirvana, Nevermind (1991)

Here it is, the album that turned Nirvana into superstars and changed the course of pop music in the 1990s. "Smells Like Teen Spirit" is the iconic lead track. The album has sold more than 10 million copies and sits on almost everyone's "greatest ever" lists.

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