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100 1  Cross, Charles R. 
245 10 Here we are now :|bthe lasting impact of Kurt Cobain /
       |cCharles R. Cross. 
246 30 Lasting impact of Kurt Cobain 
250    First edition. 
264  1 New York :|bIt Books,|c[2014] 
264  4 |c©2014 
300    181 pages :|b1 illustration ;|c19 cm 
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505 0  Holy grail, music & influence -- Lamestain on my wack 
       slacks, grunge & culture -- The $6,000 Cobain trench coat,
       style & fashion -- The perfect Seattle moment, Aberdeen & 
       Seattle -- Happens every day, addiction & suicide -- The 
       last rock star, legacy & blue eyes. 
520    The author of the Kurt Cobain biography "Heavier Than 
       Heaven" examines the legacy of the Nirvana frontman and 
       discusses why he still matters twenty years after his 
       death. 
520    On April 5, 1994, 27-year-old Kurt Cobain took his own 
       life. His desperation to kick drugs, his complicated 
       relationship with fame, his tortured soul--all these 
       elements came together in one terrible moment, and the 
       landscapes of music and pop culture were forever changed. 
       Two decades have passed since Cross, a Seattle-based 
       writer and early supporter of Nirvana, lived the horror of
       that day on the front lines, fielding the phone calls as 
       the media descended. While the impact of a life is 
       difficult to see on the day he dies, the long view 
       provides a wider vista. Here, for the first time, Cross, 
       author of the definitive Cobain biography, explores how 
       the haunting memory of Cobain lives on in innumerable, and
       sometimes surprising, ways. Here We Are Now attempts to 
       answer where we--the fans, the music business and fashion 
       industry, the addiction and recovery communities, Kurt's 
       family are, two decades later. Cobain's life and work can 
       be seen everywhere, from his indelible marks on music to 
       his more subtle influence on gender and gay rights, the 
       way we view suicide and drug addiction, and the idea of 
       Seattle as a cultural hub. Cobain and Nirvana are now part
       of a rite of passage through adolescence, and while "teen 
       spirit" may have changed and evolved since the early 
       nineties, the music remains authentic. Kurt Cobain changed
       the cultural conversation, in his all too brief life, and 
       even after his shattering death. With interviews and 
       commentary from all corners of the pop culture universe, 
       this book explores what a singular life meant, and how 
       that meaning can be measured, when and if it can be.--From
       publisher description. 
600 10 Cobain, Kurt,|d1967-1994|xInfluence. 
610 20 Nirvana (Musical group) 
650  0 Rock music|y1991-2000|xHistory and criticism. 
650  0 Rock musicians|xInfluence. 
650  0 Rock musicians|zUnited States|xCriticism and 
       interpretation. 
776 08 |iOnline version:|aCross, Charles R.|tHere we are now
       |bFirst edition.|dNew York : It Books, 2014|z9780062308245
       |w(DLC)  2013046844 
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