Nirvana: 'Nevermind' — The Bolognese!
Edwin Pouncey, NME, 21 December 1991
THE RAIN-sodden streets of Muggia (a secluded town in Northern Italy that acts as the border with civil war-torn Yugoslavia) are seemingly empty. Nirvana bass player Chris Novoselic, his wife and yours truly are taking an after-dinner stroll en route to the Teatro Verdi, tonight's link in the chain of gigs that have sent the band halfway round the world and back, and the silence is deafening.
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