On the eve of the 10-year anniversary of Kurt Cobain’s passing, NME.com has posted a short testimonial to Nirvana penned by Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich. “In 1991 there was a kind of shift in rock music in America — it was shifting away from all the hair bands in L.A.,” Ulrich said. “And with Kurt Cobain you felt you were connecting to the real person, not to a perception of who he was — you were not connecting to an image or a manufactured cut-out. You felt that between you and him there was nothing — it was heart-to-heart. There are very few people who have that ability.”
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