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August 19, 1997 | ROBERT HILBURN, TIMES POP MUSIC CRITIC
Even if Kurt Cobain hadn't committed suicide in the spring of 1994, Krist Novoselic might still be sitting on this late afternoon in a spare office at Geffen Records in West Hollywood and talking about the first album from his new band, Sweet 75. "Nirvana was pretty much finished," says the band's former bassist, looking back on the last days of the seminal rock group that he and his buddy Cobain formed in Aberdeen, Wash., to combat the alienation they had felt in high school.
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August 19, 1997 | ROBERT HILBURN, TIMES POP MUSIC CRITIC
Even if Kurt Cobain hadn't committed suicide in the spring of 1994, Krist Novoselic might still be sitting on this late afternoon in a spare office at Geffen Records in West Hollywood and talking about the first album from his new band, Sweet 75. "Nirvana was pretty much finished," says the band's former bassist, looking back on the last days of the seminal rock group that he and his buddy Cobain formed in Aberdeen, Wash., to combat the alienation they had felt in high school.
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