Nirvana's Best Underrated Songs

2. Sappy: Originally a secret track at the end of the No Alternative compilation, the song quickly became one of the most popular in the band's catalog. Fans would frequently request the song also known as "Verse Chorus Verse" at their shows. The song was recorded a number of times, so there's quite a few version floating around of it. Cobain was never satisfied with the way it sounded when recorded. No matter what he may have thought, each version was pretty damn good in its own right.

1. Aneurysm: Featuring Cobain's trademark howl, the song was featured on the haphazardly put together compilation Incesticide, which featured a number of Nirvana gems that have flown under the radar since its release.

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Not a bad list considering you only chose five. I would swap Drain You in there some where. It was Cobain's favorite song from Nevermind. I never cared much for You Know You're Right. Also one song that they never actually recorded in the studio (that we know of), "Talk to Me" is one of Cobain's best songs.


1 is so good! No Bleach? School, Mr Moustache, Scuff, Negative Creep needs to be on here, as well as On A Plain, Pennyroyal Tea, Scentless Apprentice, Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge On Seattle, Molly Lip's, Sliver, Beeswax, Lounge Act, Terriotial Pissings, Dumb, Radio Friendly Unit Shifter, Very Ape, Milk It, Floyd the Barber, Paper Cuts, Mexican Seafood, Swap Meet, Where Did You Sleep Last Night?, Aero Zeppelin, Turnaroud, Hairspray Queen, Something In The Way, Endless, Nameless, Meat Puppets melody, Tourette's, Big Cheese, Stay Away, New Wave, etc.  

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