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Nirvana keeps chasing almighty dollar

Nirvana_nevermind OK, so I’ve seen the story several times now that Courtney Love has sold some of Nirvana’s catalog, leaving the door open for the band’s songs to show up in commercials. The first go-around will be in a future episode of CSI: Miami. Still, it gets one to thinking, if “Smells Like Teen Spirit” is an obvious song to use for an adolescent body spray, what of “Drain You” and “Endless Nameless”? BTW, if you’re in the market for a Kurt Cobain action figure (and aren’t we all?), you can get one here.

—Posted by Catharine P. Taylor

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