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Riff Lords: Buzz Osborne of the Melvins


Buzz Osborne, aka King Buzzo, guitarist, vocalist, and founder of the Melvins, lets us in on how his “weird mind” works in this brand-new episode of “Riff Lords.” Watch to see him break down his pedalboard and how he plays his most iconic riffs in songs like “Queen,” “Honey Bucket,” and “Evil New War God.” 00:00 Intro 00:53 “Queen” 07:19 “Billy Fish” 15:10 “Honey Bucket” 24:00 “The Bit” 35:21 “Evil New War God” 44:35 “Amazon” Buzz Osborne is a creative and prolific songwriter. As a founding member of the band the Melvins, he became one of the most influential figures in the Pacific Northwest alternative rock scene starting in the 1980s. His unique approach to guitar and melodies was a major influence on the grunge community, including influencing his friend, Kurt Cobain. Buzz continues performing and touring with the Melvins and plays guitar with the experimental metal group Fantômas - featuring Mike Patton of Faith No More - and another side project, Venomous Concept - a collaboration with Shane Embury of Napalm Death and Kevin Sharp of Brutal Truth. He has performed on albums by Lustmord and Tool and produced projects by the Cows and Goatsnake. In recent years, Buzzo has also established himself as a solo artist, releasing two acoustic albums under the King Buzzo moniker. For the latest news on Buzz Osborne and the Melvins, visit: 🤍 #gibson #gibsontv #buzzosborne #themelvins CONNECT WITH GIBSON 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 SHOP GIBSON BRANDS 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 ABOUT GIBSON BRANDS Gibson, the world’s most iconic guitar brand, has shaped the sounds of generations of musicians and music lovers across genres for more than 100 years. Founded in 1894 and headquartered in Nashville, TN, with a premier acoustic facility in Bozeman, MT, Gibson Brands has a legacy of world-class craftsmanship, legendary music partnerships, and progressive product evolution that is unrivaled among musical instrument companies. The Gibson Brands portfolio includes Gibson, the number one guitar brand, as well as many of the most beloved and recognizable music brands, including Epiphone, Kramer, Steinberger, MESA/Boogie and the Gibson Pro Audio Division, KRK Systems. Gibson Brands is dedicated to quality, innovation, and sound excellence so that music lovers for generations to come will continue to experience music shaped by Gibson Brands.

Melvins Founder Buzz Osborne on Influencing Nirvana & Metallica's Best Album | LAST WORDS


Hear the full, unedited, uncensored chat here: 🤍 Melvins founder Buzz Osborne discusses growing up in Aberdeen, Washington, influencing Nirvana and the entire Seattle grunge movement, and how there's no such thing as the good ol' days. THE PIT – Your home for metal news, opinions, and culture. Subscribe for interviews, behind-the-scenes videos, and our weekly talk show, Last Words! Read more and subscribe to our weekly newsletter here: 🤍 And follow us here: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Melvins' Buzz Osborne - Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?


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Melvins' Buzz Osborne Plays His Favorite Riffs


#Melvins legend #BuzzOsborne joins #Loudwire's #GearFactor to play his favorite rock and metal riffs. If you're new, Subscribe! → 🤍 Go here → 🤍 Like us → 🤍 Follow us → 🤍 Follow us → 🤍 Get our newsletter → 🤍 #Interview #Riffs #Favorite #Buzzo #KingBuzzo #Guitar

Rig Rundown: Melvins' Buzz Osborne [2015]


Article and photos: 🤍 Subscribe to PG's Channel: 🤍 Perry Bean met up with the Melvins’ King Buzzo shortly before his code-violating loud show at Nashville’s sweatiest club, the Exit/In. King Buzz showed his unpretentious yet absolutely effective approach to his inspiring tone. Although linked to backbreaking Les Pauls since the ’80s, King Buzzo currently tours with a trio of less traditional Electric Guitar Company axes. This all-aluminum, chrome-finished model is slightly heavier than Osborne’s Les Pauls. This Standard model sports an anodized gold finish and (like the other EGC guitars) is loaded with a Gibson 498T in the bridge and a low-output EGC humbucker in the neck. To continue learning about Buzz's oddball gear, visit: 🤍

Why Kurt Cobain Was Fired by Melvins


Melvins' Buzz Osborne recalls firing Kurt Cobain from the 'Houdini' sessions. Taken from "Melvins' Buzz Osborne - Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?": 🤍 Watch more → 🤍 If you're new, Subscribe! → 🤍 Go here → 🤍 Like us → 🤍 Follow us → 🤍 Get our newsletter → 🤍 #KurtCobain #Melvins #LoudwireClips #Nirvana #BuzzOsborne #KingBuzzo #Interview #Grunge #Loudwire #Cobain

Fantomas - Buzz Osborne interview (Ilosaarirock 2000)


Buzz Osborne talks Fantomas, meaning of their songs, chemical imbalance type of things, and why you don't want to go to where "MIKE" is.

Buzz Osborne (Melvins) Fan First: Kurt Cobain's First Show, The Who, Tool's Support & Much More


Buzz Osborne (Melvins) explores his long history of fandom, from The Who through to The Stooges, Sex Pistols through to introducing his band and Nirvana's Kurt Cobain and Krist Novoselic to underground music (and Kurt's first live show, Black Flag), that time Tool backed his band on Ozzfest (and why all of nu-metal sounds like Helmet), his catalyst for making music, why Judas Priest made the best heavy metal record ever, misremembered rock myths, why the only grunge band he still listens to is Soundgarden, the movies he and Mike Patton obsess over and much more. SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST: Spotify: 🤍 Apple Podcasts: 🤍 Subscribe to our channel: 🤍 Buzz Osborne Content Guide: 00:00 Introduction 00:25 The new Melvins acoustic record sounds like a Sixties death cult 01:15 Born in the Sixties, Hunter S. Thompson & the Manson murders 03:19 When Buzz got into rock and roll via Alice Cooper and The Stooges 04:26 The Who’s dramatic nature & gear smashing ways 07:34 Ron Ashton from the Stooges, Pete Townsend & subversion 08:17 What was the catalyst for playing music? 09:44 What was missing from music that the Melvins could bring 10:39 Kurt Cobain of Nirvana’s first show (Black Flag) & discovering weird music 15:33 Did Nirvana getting big change everything? 18:37 Carving out a space and a sonic palette 20:22 Why Priest created the best heavy metal album ever made 22:43 The dissonance of loving punk rock and heavy metal at once 24:29 Tool’s Aenima 25th anniversary, their Ozzfest love & Buzz’s take on nu-metal 29:57 The 180 degree gap between Melvins and Pearl Jam 31:44 The most mistold rock myth: Nirvana jealousy 33:08 My theories were right - more than metal but still aggressive 33:25 The trappings of fame: groupies, divorce, etc 35:21 Have you ever taken acid? What robots share with trippers 37:52 Is everything in music relative? 40:02 Watching movies on mute while writing tunes & David Lynch 41:47 George Orwell & individualism 45:30 Grunge, sludge, doom & High on Fire 47:00 What do you fangirl out on with Mike Patton? 48:51 A secret hunch about death? And never getting over Cobain 50:15 What do you miss the most about Kurt? How he got into music 53:06 The rock and roll history line from Jerry Lee Lewis to Johnny Rotten (and Tina Turner) 59:02 Music has meant something since the dawn of time 1:00:25 Being heartbroken by music itself & 5 Life Changing Songs 1:02:38 Chris Cornell’s exceptional James Bond theme 1:03:50 The early years of Soundgarden & why they made the 2 best albums from that era 1:07:05 The greatest female rock star & Bikini Kill 1:09:47 Zines and the early underground scene in Olympia & San Francisco 1:13:57 Buzz’s best decision ever: Marrying Mackie Osborne 1:17:16 Dolly Parton and the Buzz Osborne theme park 1:18:14 The story of the Melvins quadruple acoustic record - Revolver on the web: Revolver on Shopify: 🤍 Revolver on Facebook: 🤍 Revolver on Twitter: 🤍 Revolver on Instagram: 🤍 Subscribe to the Revolver Newsletter: 🤍

Guitar Gear Rundown: KING BUZZO of the MELVINS


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Buzz Osborne from The Melvins


Buzz Osborne from The Melvins Episode 261 - The hits just keep on coming! We have the legend, Buzz Osbourne on the show today. Buzz is the vocalist/guitarist of The Melvins who have played a large influence on all things related to independent and are still making some of their most vital music in their career while never sticking to one formula. Buzz and I go deep on his love for golf, politics and mainstream thought. He’s a character and in this conversation it really shines through. brStep your wardrobe up by getting AMAZING clothes, underwear and more with Mack Weldon. Real talk, the best in the game. Get 20% off by using the code WORDS at checkout.brUse our Amazon Affiliate Code to support the show! Learn more about your ad-choices at 🤍 [🤍] See [🤍 for privacy information. Tue Jun 13 2017 100 Words Or Less: The Podcast Host Ray Harkins dives deep with creators of independent culture from musicians, artists and other interesting people to find out what inspires them, how they came to be and many other unexpected places. iHeartPodcasts and Ray Harkins

King Buzzo calls out Dave Grohl


🤍 🤍 Grimey's Record Shop in Nashville, TN 3/18/14 🤍 🤍 full acoustic performance here: 🤍

Melvins King Buzzo on Working With Kurt Cobain on 'Houdini'


In 2008, Revolver's blog (remember those?) MetalKult caught up with Buzz Osborne in Brooklyn, where he was crashing at his buddy Mr. Bungle/Fantômas/Tomahawk bassist Trevor Dunn's place while the Melvins were in town on tour. The occasion for the meeting was the 15-year anniversary of the Melvins' fifth studio album, 1993's 'Houdini,' and Buzzo invited us over to discuss the making of that seminal record, which was co-produced by Nirvana's Kurt Cobain and featured such standout tracks as "Hooch," "Honey Bucket," "Copache" and a ripping cover of Kiss' "Goin' Blind."

King Buzzo - Full Performance (Live on KEXP)


🤍 presents King Buzzo performing live in the KEXP studio. Recorded June 20, 2014. Songs: Dark Brown Teeth Democracy Laid Back Waiting Drunken Baby Host: Hannah Levin Audio Engineer: Kevin Suggs Cameras: Jim Beckmann, Scott Holpainen & Luke Knecht Editor: Scott Holpainen 🤍 🤍

Melvins' Buzz says Nirvana doc 'Montage of Heck' is BS, defends Kurt Cobain | Aggressive Tendencies


In June, we caught up with King Buzzo, Dale Crover and latest addition Jeff Pinkus (ex-Butthole Surfers) before their show at the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto for this episode of Aggressive Tendencies. In this interview, the trio share their thoughts about being dubbed the "Godfathers of Grunge," insights about their songwriting process and Buzzo's recent acoustic solo album. June 22, 2015. Read the full article now on Exclaim! 🤍 Interview by Bradley Zorgdrager Filmed by Katherine Kwan Audio by Kyle Laurin Edited by Katherine Kwan ▶▶ NEW episodes of Aggressive Tendencies air every other Thursday. ▶ Watch more interviews: 🤍 ▶ Click here to subscribe to Exclaim! TV: 🤍 ▶ Click here to subscribe to Aggressive Tendencies: 🤍 Check out our full video catalogue: 🤍 Daily music news, streams & more: 🤍 Like Exclaim! on Facebook: 🤍 Follow Exclaim! on Twitter: 🤍 Read our Tumblr: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍

Melvins - What's In My Bag?


Buzz Osborne, Dale Crover and Steven McDonald of the Melvins go shopping at Amoeba Music in Los Angeles. Their latest record "'Basses Loaded" is available on Ipecac Recordings. Check out their picks: The Rolling Stones - Exile On Main St. [Super Deluxe Box Set] (LP) Various Artists - T.A.M.I. Show / The Big T.N.T. Show (BLU-RAY) 🤍 The Rolling Stones - Sticky Fingers [Super Deluxe Edition] (CD) 🤍 Kid Congo & The Pink Monkey Birds - La Arana Es La Vida (CD) 🤍 Miles Davis - On The Corner (LP) 🤍 Miles Davis - The Complete Jack Johnson Sessions (CD) 🤍 The Runaways - And Now The Runaways (CD) 🤍 Ty Segall - Ty Segall (CD) 🤍 John Huston - Wise Blood (DVD) 🤍 Savoy Motel - Savoy Motel (CD) 🤍 The Mouseketeers - Mickey Mouse Club March (10") 🤍 John Huston - The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre (DVD) 🤍 The Stooges - Gimme Danger (DVD) 🤍 The Lemon Twigs - Do Hollywood (CD) 🤍 See the full China Cymbal comparison from bigZ Cymbals here: 🤍 Get the Melvins' music: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍

King Buzzo of the Melvins full acoustic set @ Grimey's Record Shop


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Krist Novoselic Responds to Buzz Osborne's Harsh Opinion on 'Montage of Heck'


Buzz Osborne, frontman of sludge metal group Melvins, recently voiced his opinion on the Kurt Cobain documentary 'Montage of Heck,' stating that its material was largely out of context. Krist Novoselic, the bassist for Nirvana, recently gave an interview stating his take on Osborne's statements, saying, "That's just Buzz. He's always been like that, but we love him so we just accept him for that. He's always had these opinions. Like, 'Oh, there goes Buzz again.' You never know what he's gonna say, but he means well, and he's a great musician. He's been a dear friend for a long time. That's the way it is." 🤍 🤍 This video was produced by YT Wochit Entertainment using 🤍

The Melvins - "Revolve" Ernie Ball Set Me Up Session


The Melvins are a legendary band, making moves since the 1980s, and serving as influencers to acts like Tool, Mastodon, Isis and more. Ernie Ball got the rare chance to talk with Buzz of The Melvins about his guitar playing, get advice for all those looking to play in bands, his gear and more. Check out the interview and get a quick lesson from Buzz on how to play "Revolve," followed by an intimate performance. 🤍 Ernie Ball was the first to offer rock strings with the creation of Slinkys, and further revolutionized the market by offering guitarists Custom-Gauge single strings. The Ernie Ball Company also produces Music Man guitars and basses, volume pedals, and other accessories. The company's strings and accessories are available in more than 6,000 music stores throughout the U.S. The company also exports to 82 countries. Ernie Ball Music Man is proud to endorse artists including: Slash, Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Eagles, Keith Richards, Rolling Stones, Angus Young, ACDC, Jeff Beck, John Fogerty, Pete Townshend, Jack White, The Raconteurs, John Mayer, Steve Vai, Kirk Hammett, Metallica, System Of A Down, Avenged Sevenfold, 311, Paul Gilbert, Blink 182, Brad Paisley, Rise Against, Maroon 5, Flogging Molly, Iron Maiden, Albert Lee, Don Felder, Deftones, Aerosmith, NOFX, John Petrucci, Dream Theater, Sonic Youth, Steve Lukather, Steve Morse, Deep Purple, The Edge, U2, Mars Volta, Nickelbackm Glenn Tipton, Judas Priest, Thrice, Buddy Guy, Limp Bizkit, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Tony Levin, Dave La Rue, Counting Crows, Joe Bonamassa, Escape The Fate, Hinder, and many more!!! Stop by the Official Ernie Ball Websites! 🤍 🤍 The Official Ernie Ball Music Man Youtube channel: 🤍

Buzz Osborne


In this episode Buzz tells us about the first Melvins tour with southern California hardcore band RKL. They encounter filthy accommodations, acid trips, arrests and skinheads. Right when the tour comes to an abrupt end, Buzz witnesses the unimaginable in a Brooklyn phone booth that changes his perspective on tour and life in general. Music by Buzz Osborne and Joe Plummer. 🤍themelvins8708 🤍ruinousmedia

Buzz Osbourne of Melvins - Soft Focus


Like This? You Should Subscribe Here Now: 🤍 Join host Ian Svenonius as we sit down in front of a live studio audience with Buzz Osbourne of Melvins infamy. Thanks! 🤍 🤍 🤍 Host and Writer: Ian Svenonius Director: Jesse Pearson Producers: Monica Hampton Jesse Pearson Editor: Tara Young Camera: Bernardo Loyola David Feinberg James Parvin Dan Cain Sound: Ryan Carroll Location Manager/Band Liaison: Jordan Redaelli Production Assistants: Matt Marchesano Jared Leon Rob Hunkele Executive Producers: Eddy Moretti Shane Smith Head of Production: Monica Hampton Director of Content: Santiago Stelley Production Supervisor: Brian Orce Associate Producer: John McShane Production Accountant: Codine Williams Post Supervisor: Nick Boris Post Coordinator: Logan Leichtman Music Supervisor: Jordan Redaelli Equipment Manager: Lauren Green Graphic Design/ Animation: Matt Schoen Show Intro: Mark Frohman Archivist: Meghan Auld Re-Recording Sound Mixer: Mike Frank Soft Focus Theme Composed and Recorded by: Alex Minoff Still Images Courtesy of: Braydon Olso - 🤍 Dustin Rabin - 🤍 Andreas Borge - BAA1977🤍 Special Thanks: ATP-NY Staff Kutshers Country Club Aurora Halal Deborah Kee Higgins Barry Hogan Shaun Kendrick Erik Lavoie Tim Moss Monica Seide Come with Soft Focus as we retreat from the world and into the woods in search of some forgotten remedy for lame stream radio pollution, hideous condominiums, and brutish power tripping police. In between walks around the lake and contemplating existence, we'll interview some of the most intriguing artists of this underground rock and roll culture we covet as our own cure for the world's square minded music industry. In Noisey's long form interview show, Soft Focus, we delve deep into the minds and hearts of some of the most influential and seminal musicians to grace the underground stage.

Melvins 1993 Headbangers Ball


The Melvins chat about their lives. New album, 'The Bride Screamed Murder,' drops 1 June 2010! Look for the Melvins on tour soon. Visit or else.

The Melvins On Kurt Cobain and Bush etc


The Melvins On Kurt Cobain and Bush and other stuff. I just can't stop laughing, these guys are funny

King Buzzo of the Melvins - Real-Life 'Spinal Tap' Stories


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What Happens when you hit King Buzzo of the Melvins with a Water Bottle?


The Melivins hit the stage and are in the middle of a good rock sesh, when and unidentified flying object well okay a water bottle hits King Buzzo from across a crowded room, so. what happens next? let's find out. If you would like to support the channel, buy me a beer nice salad, thank you! click the link below and bless you! 🤍 I also have t-shirts which also help support the channel, have a look! 🤍 Join my patreon and send me your requests via private message. 🤍 melvins king buzzo

Buzz Osborne of Melvins | Unlocking the Truth


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Buzz Osborne laugh compilation


The laugh that cures cancer.

MELVINS - Buzz Osborne on acoustic covers, NIRVANA & Napalm Death


Melvins frontman Buzz Osborne chats about the band's new 36-track acoustic album, Five Legged Dog, how he influenced Nirvana and Soundgarden and how he feels Napalm Death are a performance art project, not a metal band. Spotify Playlist here - 🤍 Where to begin with a new Melvins release? August 24, in the year 79 A.D. seems as good a place as any. On this day, citizens of Pompeii emerged squinting from their villas, fell knee-bound and, drawing panicked eyeballs skyward, watched as money shots of glowing lava spewed down upon them, flash-frying bodies in suspended animation. Had the Melvins been there on that fateful day they surely would have scoffed, simply cracked free of their lava encasing, belched out a plume of ash and gone on their merry way, refusing to be frozen - or sticking with the metaphor - burned in an instance of time. It’s not that the Melvins are timeless, nothing so anodyne or sentimental as that. Their latest offering, the acoustic retrospective, Five Legged Dog, finds the Melvins unstuck in time, the musical version of Vonnegut’s Billy Pilgrim, quantum-vaulting between eras and eardrums. At once going forwards and backwards. Is it mere coincidence the album's epicentre should be a rendering of the Stones’ rocker, “Sway,” with conspicuous keystone lyrics, “Did you ever wake up to find / A day that broke up your mind / Destroyed your notion of circular time….” Move now from 79 A.D. to 1979 A.D., the catastrophic era of disco denim stuffed with schlong, and continue right up to today. Somewhere between those encrusted epochs of banker-rock, a vein of music materialized where ego and orthodoxy were anathema. Of all the lies here told, this is none of them: The Melvins gave birth to that age. Hardcore punk was the semen and heavy metal the swampy bush of this unholy conception. Both an aesthetic and an ethic are what it takes to define an age. And during a near 40-year shelf-life, the Melvins continue to dazzle, confuse and confound. Five Legged Dog is a four-album beast, a testament to their unmatched work ethic, their penchant for pushing the envelope, then shredding it to bits. Said Melvins founder, Buzz Osborne, “One acoustic record seems like a joke and two is pretty normal, but doing FOUR?!? That’s like going to war against an army of gorillas on LSD.” Long before Seattle burned under its own pyrocumulonimbus lightning fires there was Osborne and drummer, Dale Crover, from working-class Montesano and Aberdeen respectively. Multiple (trusted) sources confirm that the two met while rat-holing their way into local opium dens, sidling up to mourning widows and desultory loggers on the nod to relieve them of their pocket change. It was by this method that they amassed enough money to rent their first instruments. But their music initially took a back seat to academia when they were both accepted into the prestigious Bushwood Academy of Technology and engrossed themselves in an emerging field of physics known as T-symmetry, the scientific rule that dictates time runs differently backwards than it does forwards. Imagine an oak tree slowly descending into the ground, or a demolished building heaving upward and settling in full pristine form. Though a career in physics was not meant to be, the principle of T-symmetry had a profound effect on them, and out of this, the Melvins and their musical space-time fuckery, was born. And if this ain’t the truth, pardner, then God’s a penguin. ??The Melvins rudder has been their love of other bands, always fans of the good shit. They were unabashedly Kids In Satan's Service. But not just KISS... The Who, Throbbing Gristle, Butthole Surfers, Blondie, Flipper and the unfathomable bathysphere of electroacoustic noise... Melvins loved those bands the way you love your oxygen. And after all this time, they breathe that music still. The more mordant their cover renditions have been, the deeper the Melvins' sound has plumbed, until all familiars are hidden, then resolved as newly slabbed granite so massive that to dismantle it into its separate sources is unimaginable. Few artists work so hard at exceeding limits, fewer still follow absurdity past all reason and yet, mile upon mile Melvins strike fertile soil of sound and conceptual fury. And with this album, Osborne aimed to make a statement. “This a big one. We knew we had to do something massive to prove we weren’t fucking around.” Buzz Osborne is the iconic wild-haired founder, frontman, and guitarist for the legendary band, Melvins. Melvins are an American rock band formed in 1983, in Montesano, Washington. Their early work was key to the development of both grunge and sludge metal. The band released their 32nd (unofficial number by Buzz's account) studio album, "Working With God", in February of 2021 through Ipecac Recordings.

Let's Get a Drink (Episode 3) - Buzz Osborne


I sit down to chat with the legendary King Buzzo about his musical journey with Melvins and get his thoughts on what makes for a successful life.

Worst Gig Ever: Melvins' Buzz Osborne


On the podcast "Worst Gig Ever," Geoff Garlock (Orchid, Panthers, the Year Is One, Low Estate, UCB Theatre) wallows in the crapulance of what it takes to be a musician in this world, with different guests sharing their own hilarious horror stories. On this episode of "Worst Gig Ever," Melvins singer-guitarist Buzz Osborne dishes on some of his more insane live-show and touring experiences, which include unfavorable encounters with skinheads, shady promoters and the police. (Air date: September 25, 2017) photo by Mackie Osborne

King Buzzo on Ministry


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BUZZ OSBORNE (THE MELVINS) on music festivals


Buzz on Aussie TV (2014.02.22) talking about music festivals and in particular the Reading Festival that was curated by Nirvana.

Nirvana Asked BUZZ OSBOURNE To JOIN BAND In 1993: Dave Grohl


ROCK IS DEAD? Full Film: 🤍 Bleach's track listing consists of: Blew, Floyd the Barber, About a Girl, School, Love Buzz" (Shocking Blue cover), Paper Cuts, Negative Creep, Scoff, Swap Meet, Mr. Moustache, Sifting. Big Cheese & Downer are bonus tracks on most later reissues. Nevermind's track listing consists of: Smells Like Teen Spirit, In Bloom, Come As You Are, Breed, Lithium, Polly, Territorial Pissings, Drain You, Lounge Act, Stay Away, On A Plain, Something In The Way & the hidden track Endless, Nameless. Incesticide's track listing consists of: Dive, Sliver, Stain, Been a Son, Turnaround, Molly's Lips, Son of a Gun, (New Wave) Polly, Beeswax, Downer, Mexican Seafood, Hairspray Queen, Aero Zeppelin, Big Long Now, Aneurysm. In Utero's track listing consists of: Serve the Servants, Scentless Apprentice, Heart-Shaped Box, Rape Me, Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge on Seattle, Dumb, Very Ape, Milk It, Pennyroyal Tea, Radio Friendly Unit Shifter, Tourette's, All Apologies. Gallons of Rubbing Alcohol Flow Through the Strip appears as a bonus track on non-US CD pressings. Nirvana is one of the most successful bands in the history of rock n' roll and popular music. Nirvana released three studio albums: Bleach (Kurt Cobain, Krist Novoselic, Chad Channing, Jack Endino), Nevermind (Kurt Cobain, Krist Novoselic, Dave Grohl, Butch Vig) & In Utero (Kurt Cobain, Krist Novoselic, Dave Grohl, Steve Albini, Scott Litt), as well several live albums such as MTV Unplugged, From the Muddy Banks of the Wishkah, Live at Reading, and a compilation album, Incesticide. Kurt Cobain was the driving force behind Nirvana, his songwriting propelling the band to great heights. KURT LOCATIONS: 🤍 ROCK IS DEAD? Full Film: 🤍 WHAT IS CLASSIC ROCK? - CANADA & USA: - iTunes 🤍 - YouTube 🤍 - Vimeo 🤍 - XBOX 🤍 - Google Play 🤍 WHAT IS CLASSIC ROCK? - WORLDWIDE: - Vimeo 🤍

Melvins Interview on Racism, Gay Marriage and the Canadian Space Program - My Hand Is Cold #005


Iconic American band, Melvins, were in Toronto recently so we secured some interview time with singer and guitarist Buzz Osborne. We had a microphone fail on us but, thanks to the power of technology, managed to salvage our chat. In this episode of My Hand Is Cold, Buzz was kind enough to teach your host, Christopher Gonda, about gay marriage and instruct him on how to get a job. The two also discussed the Canadian space program, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and puking. Videography by: CGR Productions Editing by: Brutally Delicious Productions Video Series Treatment by: Marc Fourreau Theme Song by: The Henry Maneuver Melvins online: Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 PureGrainAudio online: Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍

13th Floor MusicTalk with Buzz Osborne (Melvins)


The 13th Floor's Marty Duda talk to Melvins main man Buzz Osborne about their new album, Working With God.

What is Extreme Music? Buzz Osborne (Melvins), Napalm Death & Rob Zombie


What is extreme music? Buzz Osborne (The Melvins), Shane Embury (Napalm Death), Rob Zombie, iconic drummer Mike Portnoy and Dave "Oderus Urungus" of GWAR reflect on their perspective on extreme music, pioneers like BBC radio legend John Peel and whether it is possible to ever shock the world as much as when The Who trashed their equipment on national television in the mid-Sixties.

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