BEST NIRVANA SONG EVER REVEALED

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A panel of superstars have voted for their favourite NIRVANA songs of all-time – a list which will be exclusively counted down on NME.COM.

The poll, which also appears in the forthcoming Uncut Legends: Kurt Cobain magazine, will see stars including Distillers’ Wayne Coyne, Hole’ Brody Dalle, ex-[a][/a] bassist Melissa Auf Der Maur, ’Nevermind’ producer Butch Vig and a host of others explain what the songs mean to them.

NME.COM will be counting down the list two per day.

To find out the first two, click here or click here. Keep coming back to find out the next two. The countdown ends on 26th March 2004.

Uncut Legends is published today (March 16), priced £5.50.

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