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    Nirvana was an American rock band formed in 1987 in Aberdeen, Washington, by singer/guitarist Kurt Cobain and bassist Krist Novoselic. They are considered one of the most influential and iconic bands of the 1990s, particularly in the grunge movement. Nirvana's sound fused punk rock energy with heavy guitar riffs and melodic sensibilities, often characterized by Cobain's raw, emotive vocals and introspective lyrics.

    Their breakthrough came with the release of their second album, "Nevermind," in 1991, which featured the hit single "Smells Like Teen Spirit." The album's success propelled Nirvana to global fame and marked a shift in the music industry, as grunge became mainstream. Nirvana's subsequent albums, "In Utero" (1993) and the posthumously released "MTV Unplugged in New York" (1994), further solidified their status as cultural icons.

    Tragically, Kurt Cobain died by suicide in April 1994, leading to the disbandment of Nirvana. Despite their brief tenure, Nirvana's impact on music and popular culture endures, influencing countless bands and continuing to resonate with audiences worldwide. The band's legacy remains significant, not only for their musical contributions but also for their role in shaping the cultural landscape of the 1990s.

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