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Alongside the death of Elvis Presley and the assassination of John Lennon, Kurt Cobain's suicide in 1994 ranks as one of the generational milestones of American life - an epochal event in both rock 'n' roll and youth culture. This book is the story of Kurt Cobain's life, from abject poverty to unbelievable wealth, power and fame. It traces the journey from his humble origins in Aberdeen to becoming lead singer of Nirvana, the most popular rock band in the world from 1991 to 1994, and the most influential band of the decade. The beautifully written text is complemented by 16 pages of photographs. Table of Contents Author's Note Prologue: Heavier Than Heaven New York, New York January 12, 1992 Chapter 1: Yelling Loudly at First Aberdeen, Washington February 1967-December 1973 Chapter 2: I Hate Mom, I Hate Dad Aberdeen, Washington January 1974-June 1979 Chapter 3: Meatball of the Month Montesano, Washington July 1979-March 1982 Chapter 4: Prairie Belt Sausage Boy Aberdeen, Washington March 1982-March 1983 Chapter 5:The Will of Instinct Aberdeen, Washington April 1984-September 1986 Chapter 6: Didn't Love Him Enough Aberdeen, Washington September 1986-March 1987 Chapter 8: In High School Again Olympia, Washington April 1987-May 1988 Chapter 9: Too Many Humans Olympia, Washington May 1988-February 1989 Chapter 10: Illegal to Rock 'N' Roll Olympia, Washington February 1989-September 1989 Chapter 11: Candy, Puppies, Love London, England October 1989-May 1990 Chapter 12: Love You So Much Olympia, Washngton May 1990-December 1990 Chapter 13: The Richard Nixon Library Olympia, Washington November 1990-May 1991 Chapter 14: Burn American Flags Olumpia, Washington May 1991-September 1991 Chapter 15 Every Time I Swallowed Seattle, Washington September 1991-October 1991 Chapter 16: Brush Your Teeth Seattle, Washington October1991-August 1992 Chapter 17: Little Monster Inside Los Angles, California January 1992-August 1992 Chapter 18: Rosewater, Diaper Smell Los Angles, Californai August 1992-September 1992 Chapter 19: That Legendary Divorce Seattle, Washington September 1992-January 1993 Chapter 20: Heart-Shaped Coffin Seattle, Washington January 1993-August 1993 Chapter 21: A Reason to Smile Seattle, Washington August 1993-November 1993 Chapter 22: Cobain's Disease Seattle, Washington November 1993-March 1994 Chapter 23 Like Hamlet Seattle, Washington March 1994 Chapter 24: Angel's Hair Los Angel's, California-Seattle, Washington March 30-April 6, 1994 Epilogue: A Leonard Cohen Afterworld Seattle, Washington April 1994-May 1999 Source Notes Acknowledgements Index

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Alongside the death of Elvis Presley and the assassination of John Lennon, Kurt Cobain's suicide in 1994 ranks as one of the generational milestones of American life - an epochal event in both rock 'n' roll and youth culture. This book is the story of Kurt Cobain's life, from abject poverty to unbelievable wealth, power and fame. It traces the journey from his humble origins in Aberdeen to becoming lead singer of Nirvana, the most popular rock band in the world from 1991 to 1994, and the most influential band of the decade. The beautifully written text is complemented by 16 pages of photographs. Table of Contents Author's Note Prologue: Heavier Than Heaven New York, New York January 12, 1992 Chapter 1: Yelling Loudly at First Aberdeen, Washington February 1967-December 1973 Chapter 2: I Hate Mom, I Hate Dad Aberdeen, Washington January 1974-June 1979 Chapter 3: Meatball of the Month Montesano, Washington July 1979-March 1982 Chapter 4: Prairie Belt Sausage Boy Aberdeen, Washington March 1982-March 1983 Chapter 5:The Will of Instinct Aberdeen, Washington April 1984-September 1986 Chapter 6: Didn't Love Him Enough Aberdeen, Washington September 1986-March 1987 Chapter 8: In High School Again Olympia, Washington April 1987-May 1988 Chapter 9: Too Many Humans Olympia, Washington May 1988-February 1989 Chapter 10: Illegal to Rock 'N' Roll Olympia, Washington February 1989-September 1989 Chapter 11: Candy, Puppies, Love London, England October 1989-May 1990 Chapter 12: Love You So Much Olympia, Washngton May 1990-December 1990 Chapter 13: The Richard Nixon Library Olympia, Washington November 1990-May 1991 Chapter 14: Burn American Flags Olumpia, Washington May 1991-September 1991 Chapter 15 Every Time I Swallowed Seattle, Washington September 1991-October 1991 Chapter 16: Brush Your Teeth Seattle, Washington October1991-August 1992 Chapter 17: Little Monster Inside Los Angles, California January 1992-August 1992 Chapter 18: Rosewater, Diaper Smell Los Angles, Californai August 1992-September 1992 Chapter 19: That Legendary Divorce Seattle, Washington September 1992-January 1993 Chapter 20: Heart-Shaped Coffin Seattle, Washington January 1993-August 1993 Chapter 21: A Reason to Smile Seattle, Washington August 1993-November 1993 Chapter 22: Cobain's Disease Seattle, Washington November 1993-March 1994 Chapter 23 Like Hamlet Seattle, Washington March 1994 Chapter 24: Angel's Hair Los Angel's, California-Seattle, Washington March 30-April 6, 1994 Epilogue: A Leonard Cohen Afterworld Seattle, Washington April 1994-May 1999 Source Notes Acknowledgements Index
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Title Heavier Than Heaven Height
Charles R. Cross Width
ISBN-13 9780340739396 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 0340739398 Spine Width
Publisher Hyperion Pages 399
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