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Author: Kurt Cobain,Laurence Romance
Publisher: Oh éditions (November 7, 2002)
Language: French
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Kurt Cobain filled dozens of notebooks with lyrics, drawings, and writings about his plans for Nirvana and his thoughts about fame, the state of music, and the people who bought .

Kurt Cobain filled dozens of notebooks with lyrics, drawings, and writings about his plans for Nirvana and his thoughts about fame, the state of music, and the people who bought and sold him and his music. His journals reveal an artist who loved music, who knew the history of rock, The lyrics notebook and personal journals of Kurt Cobain, iconic singer of the band Nirvana. Kurt Cobain filled dozens of notebooks with lyrics, drawings, and writings about his plans for Nirvana and his thoughts about fame, the state of music, and the people who bought and sold him and his music.

Kurt Donald Cobain (February 20, 1967 – April 5, 1994) was an American singer, songwriter, and musician, best known as the guitarist and frontman of the rock band Nirvana. Regarded as a Generation X icon, he is considered to be one of the most iconic and influential rock musicians in the history of alternative music.

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The theory that Kurt Cobain was killed rather than dying by suicide has been rife since his death over twenty years .

The theory that Kurt Cobain was killed rather than dying by suicide has been rife since his death over twenty years ago, now a new graphic novel will explore the topic in a fictionalised version of his life, as well as charting the Nirvana frontman’s rise to fame. Nicolas Otero an award-winning artist has written and illustrated the comic named ‘Who Killed Kurt Cobain?’ which will be published by IDW in October 2016. It’s based on Heloise Guay de Bellissen’s French novel, Le Roman de Boddah, and will recount an interpretation of Cobain’s life narrated by an imaginary friend named Boddah.

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If you want to know who Kurt Cobain was, this is a necessary piece of the complex puzzle to ingest. Yes it is an intrusion into the guarded secrets of this complicated man's mind. But guess what - he's not here to protest. Is it disrespectful to read a dead person's diary? It is if you're looking for something lurid [which is not in these Journals]. I do recommend doing some research first so that the undated entries make more sense. Listen to Nirvana's music and the pre-Nirvana music. There's a lot of early Kurt in here, the literally starving penniless musician. This is where the successful Nirvana came from. Look at performance videos, watch interviews. If you still find Nirvana interesting, still find Kurt Cobain worthy, then buy these Journals. He is smart, angry, funny, articulate, with a rare ability to stand outside himself and see himself clearly. He doesn't always like what he sees, both in himself and in the world, the music industry in particular. Oftentimes I will know a particular story as told by a band member or friend, then read his version in his Journals, and break up my insides with laughter. He really does crack me up, makes me smile so many times. Especially after reading the Journals, I wish I had known him, could have hung out with him, called him Friend. He is worth the effort.
I did not even thought there is something like this personal diary/journal by Kurt Cobain until I happened to be skimming through the craigslist for sale ads and saw someone selling a used notebook. I thought to myself why would some crazy person selling a used written over college notebook and expect someone to buy it? Until I read the ad closely about Kurt Cobain diary, that's when I looked it up here in amazon. The craigslist seller lives too far to be worth the travel and purchase it. In the 1990s I liked Nirvana's music just a tad more than let say Guns N Roses but I didn't felt a high respect for Cobain, probably just the prejudice and what the media portrayed him. But I figured who am I to judge, I'm nobody, he's famous and made millions so I tried to learn more about his life, and visited his former home here in Seattle where I also live. This journal made him and his life and his band Nirvana more interesting than ever. Cobain is smart and funny. Some of these letters he wrote and drawings he drew just made me smile. This is definitely a great collection for Nirvana fans.
"Oh yeah and our final name is NIRVANA"

I know there are some who feel like reading this is somehow violating Kurt, and I know that "rape" quote has been floating around in some reviews. However, with respect to that, Kurt was referring to not only his journals, but a slew of other items that were stolen from him and the band. Also, Kurt said a lot of things that were contradictory. He at one time made a comment saying he would like to maybe someday publish his old journals. He said being so famous so fast was conflicting, then he would say it's not so bad. Literally, on the first page of this book is a note from Kurt to someone (maybe his first girlfriend that he lived with?) that says "Don't read my diary when I'm gone. Ok I'm going to work now, when you wake up this morning please read my diary. Look through my things, figure me out." And was written at the same time, its obviously not 2 separate entries. That's who Kurt was. Yes, we still can't necessarily say that Kurt would want people reading these, but I still didn't feel all too guilty reading these. I sat with this book for a while, so I can digest the beautiful, scrawled words one of my all time heroes. You will know Kurt better than you ever thought.

Sometimes, it can be tricky determining what time period some of the entries and notes were in, because Kurt didn't date his entries. However, there isn't really meant to be a narrative here, is there? These were Kurt's private thoughts. There are entries from the late 80s, with Kurt lamenting about his miserable experience at school and his salvation at the hands of punk rock. Even at a younger age, Kurt was so self aware and intuitive and an excellent people-reader. We also get an insight into his extreme anger at others. There are many fairly violent fantasies he conjures up. He was a very talented artist, and many of his drawings are included. We see the early days and Kurt's ambition and determination to get Nirvana jumpstarted. Also included are drafts of song lyrics. I got the chills reading the still unfinished lyrics to songs like Lithium and All Apologies and Teen Spirit and Drain You and'Aneurysm', and 'Dumb'--especially reading Kurt's scrawl of "I'm not like them, but I can pretend". Then, later on, we see Kurt's frustration with music journalists (put very succinctly by Kurt), and brainstorming of video ideas, including Heart Shaped Box, in which Kurt's notes pretty much exactly map out how the video would turn out. "In Utero"s original title was "I Hate Myself and I Want to Die", and Kurt writes quite a bit about it. I'd have liked to have seen what made Kurt ultimately change the title, unless it's documented somewhere else, but no big deal. Kurt was so eloquent in so many ways, and his journals confirm that from a young age he stood up against unjust oppression of any kind, especially against women and homosexuals. He was a sensitive, intelligent man.

I know some have criticized the book, because Courtney sold them, so Courtney "controlled" the story, so to speak. And many have it in their head that Courtney probably withheld some entries that maybe were less than flattering about her. Kurt wrote about everything in his life, so it would stand to reason that there would be plenty about Courtney and Frances, yet there really isn't much. However, I don't really find this suspicious. There are a few mentions of Courtney. But Think about it, would you want your husband's or wife's most intimate thoughts and most intimate frustrations about your marriage published? It's no one's business. I don't exactly understand why people they have a right to read that. It's her prerogative to release that or not. People are just immediately suspicious of anything she does, or doesnt do. Even if he wrote some negative things about her, why would she want that out there? Nobody would. No one wants to look bad. I think there are so many (myself included) that hold Kurt pretty sacred. And, most Kurt fans have animosity toward Courtney, and they want to see something, in writing, concrete, from Kurt that is derogatory or negative about Courtney. That way, it would validate their own hatred for her. There is, however, a love letter to Courtney included in here that is probably the most beautiful letter I've ever read, and written in a way that only Kurt could write. There is also a heartbreaking, I'm assuming unsent, letter that Kurt wrote to his dad. Kurt documenting his descent into addiction is also heartbreaking and a must read for anyone thinking of taking drugs. Since the entries are undated, don't expect to find out exactly what Kurt wrote in the days before he died. There is simply no way to know. It's amazing that Kurt saw himself as a worthless, emaciated, uneducated loser yet he's one of the best lyricists our generation, any generation, was blessed with. He was wise beyond his years, and even his journals entries are some of the best stuff I've ever read

ALso, it's literally the scanned pictures of Kurt's journals. There is no typed transcription. Which makes it even better--the picture quality is so incredible that it looks like you are reading the actual journals of Kurt's. You can see the pen marks jump off the page. It looked so realistic that if one didn't know better, you would be able to erase the pencil writings yourself. And it's better this way, the dynamic of the book would be completely different and not as compelling if it was just transcribed.

Bottom line, Kurt is one of my heroes. If he is one of yours, too, then buy this. You won't regret it. You will have a much more well rounded perspective of Kurt. Yes, not everything that went on in his life is spelled out, but you will still gain a huge insight. It made my heart ache, and realize just how big of a loss it was when he died. I know that I wouldn't be quite the person I am today if I hadn't gotten the cassette of nevermind when I was 8. Rock music died with Kurt Cobain unfortunately. And I get pissed and angry that he committed suicide. We know he adored Frances with all his heart, and you would think she would be enough to keep him going. Kurt himself talked at length about his parents' divorce and the horrible effect it had on him, how he so desperately wanted the 2 parent household. He of all people should have known better, what he was doing to his daughter. He wrote "her (frances') life will be so much better without me" in his suicide note. Come on, kurt. How could that be true? But, I guess that's the difference between people who aren't suicidal and those who are too far gone.
My daughter loved this as a way to gain a deeper insight into Kurt Cobain's thinking and creative process. We appreciate the idea of making it look like a spiral bound notebook, and the reproductions of his actual journal pages were fun to look at. My daughter will tell you that this is the book to buy if you want to know what Cobain was really like. I was very pleased with the quality for the low price. I highly recommend if you are a Cobain/Nirvana fan or if you have an angsty teen who loves to create music and is looking for her muse.
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Love reading this book, comes in one book, with two journals, does have some drug use story and references and other risky material, so if your buying for a younger person I would definitely go over it and make sure it's ok for them. It gives an insight on Kurts musical, personal, and artistic life. If your looking to find anything about his murder/suicide there's not much to find. Great read, can be a little hard to read as it is written in his handwriting.
Awesome book! An interesting read. I read this book in only 3 days! Features Kurt Cobain's drawings, poems, previously unreleased song lyrics, drafts, letters he wrote, plans for music videos, diagrams and much more! Any Nirvana fan or fan of Kurt Cobain will enjoy this book. This book is is a representation of a great artist, a legend, a visionary, and a singer/songwriter/composer who earned his place in the history of music. Welcome to the artistry of Kurt Cobain and his creative process. A perfect collection of works from one of the greatest musicians of all time. 5 stars.