In January of 1992 Nirvana’s Nevermind replaced Michael Jackson‘s Dangerous atop the Billboard sales chart, Pop-music and pop-culture would never be the same. Seemingly overnight underground rock music & post-punk culture (popularly dubbed Grunge at the time) became a highly marketable commodity. Eventually the aesthetic, purity, and artistry of an entire music scene was diluted and became everyday, sellable, rhetoric… 25 years passed.

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