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The Man Who Sold The World - Nirvana - Come As You Are (CD)


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  1. The Man Who Sold the World Lyrics: We passed upon the stairs / We spoke of was and when / Although I wasn't there / He said I was his friend / Which came as a surprise / I spoke into his eyes / I.
  2. MTV Unplugged in New York was released on November 1, It debuted at number one on the Billboard and sold , copies, the highest first-week sales of Nirvana's career. By March , the album had outsold In Utero with million copies sold.. The album received positive reviews from critics. Tom Hibbert of Q said that as an acoustic ensemble, Nirvana sounded "most moving.
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  4. Nirvana has gone on to enjoy a Come As You Are. Nirvana Heart-Shaped Box. Nirvana Lithium. Nirvana Polly. Nirvana In Bloom. Nirvana The Man Who Sold the World. Nirvana All Apologies.
  5. "The Man Who Sold the World" by Nirvana is a cover of David Bowie's "The Man Who Sold the World". Listen to both songs on WhoSampled, the ultimate database of sampled music, cover songs and remixes.
  6. While the album of the same name made its first appearance in , and went on to become Nirvana’s second best selling CD of all time, now fans finally get the chance to see the entire, unedited performance with never-before-seen footage on DVD and in Dolby Stereo and surround sound mixed by legendary surround mixing engineer Elliot Scheiner.
  7. The album was produced by Tony Visconti and recorded at Trident Studios and Advision Studios in London. Following the largely acoustic and folk rock sound of his previous self-titled album, The Man Who Sold the World marked a shift toward hard rock. The lyrics are also darker than his previous releases, exploring themes of insanity, religious themes, technology, and war commentary. None of .

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