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Never been to a Lollapalooza, but I'm casual friends with King's X (Dug and Jerry)
Each time I saw them, it was in a very different venue. First was in the small club in ’88, the second time was at Lollapalooza in ’91 at a big outdoor amphitheater, and the third time was in the same amphitheater the NC Symphony generally performs in (in ’92, ’93?)—great sound for that one, and King’s X opened for them. They were fantastic each time, but each had its own feel.
YMMV, but Nevermind was the catalyst for one of the biggest cultural shifts in American music since The Beatles crossed the pond. That album is thoroughly relistenable from start to finish. If you’re a fan of alternative rock today, you have Nirvana to thank. They put a stake through 80's metal and shoved Loverboy into retirement.
Is this where I mention that Nirvana was a touch overrated?