The song was written about Amos' relationship with her father [ citation needed ] , who is a minister. The song also appears on Amos' compilation, Tales of a Librarian. The single was released globally in a variety of formats with slightly differing artwork and track listings. The most commonly available version is the United States release, which is labeled as a "limited edition" release. That version comes in a digipak case with a compartment in which a "handwritten lyrics" insert is contained.
17 facts about Smells Like Teen Spirit
Tori Amos Says Eminem's Fictional Dead Wife Spoke To Her - MTV
Sign In Register. Artist: Tori Amos. Album: Miscellaneous. Load up on guns and bring your friends It's fun to lose and to pretend She's over bored and self assured Oh no, I know a dirty word Hello hello hello hello Hello hello I'm worse at what I do best And for this gift I feel blessed Our little group has always been And always will until the end Hello hello hello hello Hello hello With the lights out it's less dangerous Here we are now entertain us I feel stupid and contagious Here we are now entertain us, yeah Hello hello With the lights out it's less dangerous Here we are now entertain us I feel stupid and contagious Here we are now entertain us, yeah A mulatto, an albino A mosquito, my libido A denial, a denial A denial, a denial Yeah, a denial. Tori Amos Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Note: When you embed the widget in your site, it will match your site's styles CSS. This is just a preview!
Smells Like Teen Spirit (Nirvana cover)
Smells Like Teen Spirit was based on the concept of a school concert which ends in anarchy and riot. Filmed on a soundstage in Culver City, the video features the band playing at a pep rally in a high school gym to an audience of apathetic students on bleachers, and cheerleaders wearing black dresses with the anarchist symbol. The video ends with the assembled students destroying the set and the band's gear. The demolition of the set captured in the video's conclusion was the result of genuine discontent.
Nirvana's Kurt Cobain left us with less than songs, but they've proven remarkably durable thanks to their indelible melodies, Cobain's imagery-lush lyrics, and the generations open to the welcoming simplicity of three-chord rock. In the 25 years since Cobain's death on April 5th, , his songs have been mutated as new jazz standards and sung like delicate ballads, sampled by rappers and twanged up by country singers, rethought by his punk heroes, and attempted by his indie rock followers. Here are the 25 best.