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Our society is in the midst of a complete paradox of perception Everyone is entitled to their own system of beliefs yet the majority of these beliefs are adulterated by the conformity to societies standards History proves that most any attempt to stray from the norm and venture into a realm of nonconformity is soon detected tainted and followed in masses Kurt Cobain was born in 1967 just twenty-two years before he inadvertently spawned the movement that would revolutionize the identities of millions of struggling teens across America He spent the majority of his adolescent years in the small town of Aberdine Oregon were he battled depression as he dealt with such issues as his parents separation infamy of peers and poverty Kurt web At the age of thirteen Cobain found solace in his ability to express his torment in poetry Bozza He was introduced to music shortly there after and quickly became lost in it Although Cobain approached high school with an antisocial demeanor he managed to meet two very significant people In his senior year Cobain auditioned with bassist Krist Novoselic and drummer Dave Grohl and hastily formed a band Kurt web Soon after forming Nirvana Cobain dropped out of school and was kicked out of the house by his mother As Cobain spent weeks under the small bridge just miles from Seattle that was then his home his sense of frustration and alienation from society was epitomized It was this raw emotion that fueled his ballads of angst and aggression that would soon give a whole new perspective to the idea of grungeIn March of 1991 four fuzzy power chords a raw penetrating drumline and a tormented raspy voice spouting undecipherable words invaded the homes of teenagers nationwide and marked the beginning of what would soon become the grunge movement The single Smells like Teen Spirit took Cobains small underground band from Seattle and cast them into the mainstream spotlight This movement
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