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Kurt Cobain’s Story Is Anything But Ordinary

No man is better remembered when it comes to grunge music than Kurt Cobain, frontman and guitarist of Nirvana. As iconic and influential as Cobain was, and for all his glory as a performer, he was a deeply troubled man, with a mysteriousness about him that prevails until today. Cobain died by suicide in 1994, resulting in the dissolution of Nirvana when the group was actually at its peak in terms of success and earning huge money. The year 2014 marked the period when Nirvana first became eligible for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Read more about Kurt Cobain here!

A Vivid Imagination

Kurt Cobain was long known to have sported the feeling that he didn’t belong, and so it made sense that Cobain had actually thought up a fantasy life for himself as a kid in which he was actually an alien who happened to be adopted by humans that called themselves his parents. It was in 1993 that Cobain revealed this to Michael Azzerad, a journalist. He shared that he had imagined that a space ship had left him and shot off to space. He went so far as to communicate with the skies, imagining his real parents to be somewhere in them.

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