Slightly re-edited and remastered I made this AMV in 2008. This was also created immediately after I watched the entire series plus films, as I was so amazed and intrigued by it. This was also the first music video that I made in which I combined 2 songs to make one long epic AMV. This unfortunately pushed my windows movie maker over the edge so the timing is a bit off towards the end, just a little something I noticed in my perfectionist mind xD
I made this AMV in the summer of 2006. I used clips of me, my brother and friend's favorite anime characters. This was a time when I was definitely being more patient, trying my best to make a truly entertaining and fast paced flowing video. Anyways, I had to censor some scenes with the very cute yet evil Silene lol.
The Rose/ Intro Breed Drain You Aneurysm School Sliver In Bloom Come As You Are Lithium About A Girl Tourette’s Polly Lounge Act More Than A Feeling Smells Like Teen Spirit On A Plain Negative Creep Been A Son All Apologies Blew Dumb Stay Away Spank Thru Love Buzz Some on the Water / The Money Will Roll Right In D-7 Territorial Pissings The Star Spangled Banner
In Utero is the third and final studio album by American rock band Nirvana, released on September 21, 1993, by DGC Records. Nirvana intended for the record to diverge significantly from the polished, refined production of its previous album, Nevermind (1991).
01."Serve the Servants" 02."Scentless Apprentice" (Cobain, Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic) 03."Heart-Shaped Box" 04."Rape Me" 05."Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge on Seattle" 06."Dumb" 07."Very Ape" 08."Milk It" 09."Pennyroyal Tea" 10."Radio Friendly Unit Shifter" 11."tourette's" 12."All Apologies"
1 Dive 2 Sliver 3 Stain 4 Been A Son 5 Turnaround 6 Molly's Lips 7 Son Of A Gun 8 (New Wave) Polly 9 Beeswax 10 Downer 11 Mexican Seafood 12 Hairspray Queen 13 Aero Zeppelin 14 Big Long Now 15 Aneurysm
And please check out our podcast “Pop Culture Paradise” with Joey and Jeff. “Pop Culture Paradise” is a show all about exploring all the crazy entertainment that’s been put out into the universe. Both of us are 80s babies who grew up in the 90s. Of course we grew up in the 90s, it would be weird if we grew up in the 60s. I guess we could always be time travelers. I’ve always wanted to be Marty Mcfly. We could talk about anything really. We could be reviewing classic movies, current movies, coming up with elaborate theories, telling tales from the 80s to 2000s, talking about pickups or going to different events. We won’t pull punches on topics, but we also will give a counter argument. If you like the show, you can subscribe here if you like to watch in video form or on iTunes if you want to listen on the go (or at 1.5 speed, because you like us talking at a coke head’s pace).
1. Aneurysm 0:42 2. Drain You 5:27 3. Stay Away 10:29 4. Sliver 13:52 5. School 16:05 6. In Bloom 18:58 7. Breed 24:11 8. About A Girl 27:19 9. Scoff 30:22 10. Polly 34:30 11. Lithium 37:31 12. Blew 42:00 13. Been A Son 45:14 14. On A Plain 47:38 15. Swap Meet 51:04 16. Negative Creep 54:29 17. Come As You Are 1:00:27 18. Love Buzz (The Shocking Blue cover) 1:03:59 19. Smells Like Teen Spirit 1:07:33 20. Territorial Pissings 1:12:21
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Soaked in Bleach is a 2015 American docudrama directed by Benjamin Statler, who co-wrote and produced it with Richard Middelton and Donnie Eichar. The film details the events leading up to the death of Kurt Cobain, as seen through the perspective of Tom Grant, the private detective who was hired by Courtney Love to find Cobain, shortly before his death in 1994. It also explores the premise that Cobain's death was not a suicide. The film stars Tyler Bryan as Cobain and Daniel Roebuck as Grant, with Sarah Scott portraying Courtney Love and August Emerson as Dylan Carlson. The film provides a look at inconsistencies in the death of Kurt Cobain (portrayed by Tyler Bryan), the lead singer of the American grunge band Nirvana, as seen through the perspective of private investigator and former police detective Tom Grant (portrayed by Daniel Roebuck). In addition to the dramatization of Cobain's final days, the film combines documentary footage as well as interviews with people associated with the case such as former Seattle Police Chief Norm Stamper and former president of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences Cyril Wecht. Grant's own recorded conversations with key figures such as Rosemary Carroll, Cobain and Love's attorney and Dylan Carlson—the man who purchased the shotgun used to kill Cobain—are also prominently featured. On June 17, 2015, Deadline.com reported that Courtney Love—Cobain's widow—had sent cease and desist letters against theaters showing Soaked in Bleach claiming, "A false accusation of criminal behavior is defamatory … which entitles Ms. Cobain to both actual and presumed damages". The letter also states "We hereby demand again that you immediately cease any and all plans for exhibition or promotion of the film. If we do not hear from you within five days, we are required to immediately pursue all available civil legal remedies on behalf of our client against you." To date no lawsuit has been filed on Love's behalf. The producers of the film responded to the letters by stating, "Courtney Love's uninformed accusations and efforts to discredit the film are totally off base. Courtney Love and her lawyers clearly don't like that the film presents a compelling case for re-opening the investigation into Kurt's death. They should respect the First Amendment and let people decide for themselves."
On June 27, 2016, Vernon J. Geberth, former homicide detective of the New York City Police Department, who was among the experts interviewed in the docudrama, posted an article on his Practical Homicide Investigation website and Facebook page, stating that he "was not happy that the producers of Soaked in Bleach made it appear that he agreed with their homicide theory". He stated further that he "made it quite clear that he believed that Kurt Cobain took his own life and backed up his opinion with the facts that he had obtained from the Seattle Police Department's Homicide Division coupled with his own experience with suicide cases".
Hey everybody, nice of you to join me on my second cover. This is my little music channel where i'll be uploading covers and originals in times of inspiration. If there are any particular songs you'd like to hear me cover, simply comment and i'll get back to you. I listen to music like , Korn, Slipknot, Nirvana, SOAD, Lil bo weep, Lo-fi, Silverchair.. that kind of thing. :) Vocals are double tracked in the chorus, plus recorded the guitar separate to my vocals so i could get a better sound by sticking the one microphone i own in front of it! :) Plus i used an awesome isolated drum&bass track for the song which can be found here ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WtWMk... ) Thank you folks Liam! :)
00:00 Blew 02:55 Floyd The Barber 05:12 About a Girl 08:01 School 10:43 Love Buzz 14:18 Paper Cuts 18:24 Negative Creep 21:19 Scoff 25:29 Swap Meet 28:32 Mr.Moustache 31:55 Sifting 37:18 Big Cheese 40:59 Downer