Oh that is such a GOOD Melvin's track.
the soundtrack is the saving grace to this visually beautiful yet absolutely tedious film. steve fisk and ben gibbard did a tremendous job.
by the halfway point at saturday's screening, all i could think was shut the fuck up, kurt.
am i too familiar with the story? really, who isn't? it has been 13 years since kurt left this mortal coil and there was virtually nothing in the film that hasn't appeared in print on a number of occasions.
buy the soundtrack. skip the film.
don't worry, i doubt anyone outside of seattle is even aware this movie was made, let alone care enough about kurt cobain to watch it.
rather than compiling a soundtrack, the producers should have invested their efforts into building a time machine, so they could teleport this film back to a time when people might have been interested in it.
why even bother buying this soundtrack?
I noticed that Big Black's Kerosene isn't on that list. So what other songs in the movie aren't on the cd soundtrack and which on the cd aren't actually in the movie?
i know there are 23803240 songs named indian summer, but is this one a cover of pedro the lion's "indian summer?" 'cuz that would be cool.
it's almost certainly a Beat Happening cover.
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