Nirvana fans are being blessed as the beloved live album Live and Loud will be released for the first time on vinyl and on streaming services. 

The album was recorded in December 1993 at one of the band’s gigs in Seattle at Pier 48. 

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It was recorded one month after the band’s iconic MTV Unplugged performance. 

The record was previously released on DVD and CD in September 2013 to honor the 20th anniversary of Nirvana’s final studio album In Utero. In total, it features 17 tracks such as “Pennyroyal Tea,” “All Apologies,” “Drain You” and more. The lineup at the time was Kurt Cobain, Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear. 

Watch a version of “Heart-Shaped Box” from the Live and Loud DVD below.

The vinyl is available for preorder here and will be on streaming sites soon. 

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Snoop Dogg just had a recent revelation that a viral photo of him smoking with Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain was actually photoshopped. 

It all started when the rapper shared the “throwback” photo via Instagram. 

“Young dogg with. Kurt,” he wrote in the caption. 


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Young dogg with. Kurt 🤜🏾😎92

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The image, however, it totally fake. It’s a photoshopped creation of two different images of the two different cultural icons put together. People were quick to call out Snoop Dogg on the internet.


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When you make Snoop think he smoked with Kurt in 92 😂😂😂 #ijustwokeupforaquickpissandsawthisshitlol

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Snoop Dogg has yet to comment on the allegations, so it probably is likely that he has no idea the photo was fake. It’s unclear if he did ever meet Cobain and maybe engage in a smoke session, but it is possible considering both of their star power in the ‘90s.

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