I hate myself and want die
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The song was also sanctioned to be released as a b-side to the band's " Pennyroyal Tea " single, but the single's original release was cancelled after Cobain's death in April The final version was recorded by Steve Albini at Pachyderm Studios on February 15, , during the recording session for the band's third and final album, In Utero. It missed inclusion on the album, which was released in September , with Cobain later explaining that there were too many "noise" songs on the album. The song was set to be released as a b-side to the " Pennyroyal Tea " single in April , but the single was recalled following Cobain's death that month, possibly because of the song's title. In an October  interview with David Fricke of Rolling Stone , Cobain explained that he meant the title "as literally as a joke can be," calling it "funny" and claiming it was a reference to the public perception of him "as this pissy, complaining, freaked—out schizophrenic who wants to kill himself all the time. Despite the song's title, the lyrics of "I Hate Myself and Want to Die" contain no obvious reference to suicide. Gaar called it an "upbeat, friendly thrash-along" with "nonsense lyrics" whose title lacked a connection with its music.
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I Hate Myself and I Want to Die (NIRVANA cover)
'I Hate Myself And I Want To Die'
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But they also left behind a wealth of other material from the shaggy to sublime, from combustible to calm, from coulda-been hits to unfinished sketches. Here it is, from Aero to Zeppelin, and everything in between. Listen to the full playlist on YouTube here. A mustache might be a cool facial accessory in this day and age — but in , when Nirvana recorded this hard-pounding track for Bleach , a moustache was considered at least in the alt-rock crowd to be an emblem of hopelessly regressive masculinity. This caustic snapshot of life back home, then, works like a snapshot jotted down from one such swap meet, the outsider judging the insiders from the periphery.