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For those of you that have been living on Mars for the last month, we have just marked 20 years since the release of Nirvana’s studio swansong, In Utero.
Following-up the monumentally-successful, landscape-changing Nevermind, the record had a far darker sound than its predecessor, but still hit top spot in the UK and US, selling by the truckload.
An incredible sounding album to this day, we are honouring In Utero by digging back to an interview with the man at the kit - Dave Grohl, of course - from way back in 1993. Here’s what Dave had to say about following a classic, heading up the grunge movement, and why it doesn’t always pay to strive for perfection...