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stupid label put by the media to describe an indescribable movement of music in the late '80s and early '90s. usually great sounding music that is messed up by idiots who try to make sense of it. NIRVANA is the greatest band ever.
1. Grunge is dead.
2. he's such a cob nobbler, he doesn't listen to grunge.
by Joe March 28, 2005
 
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a type of music that is somewhat dirty and garage like alice cooper but the best grunge band ever was nirvana
oh man nirvana was great
by dan re man July 14, 2003
 
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A type of music scence originated in Seatle sparked off into the mainstreem by a little band named Nirvana. A cross between Punk, Rock, little of Metal, but mostely early Punk and other shit. Good stuff.
Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, Mudhoney, ect. ect.
by Matt Pinto March 15, 2003
 
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"Grunge is not flannel. Grunge is not long hair. Grunge is not Alice In Chains and whatever. I think Grunge is just a bunch of friends drinking a lot of Henry's and trying to play music when you really can't." --Dave Grohl
Nirvana is grunge. They try to play music when they really can't. Alice in Chains is not grunge. They try to play music when they really can.
by Dave B333 March 05, 2006
 
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A sub-genre of Rock 'N' Roll, which is a cross between two of the sub-genres Punk and Metal.
Rock: Grunge.
Nirvana.
by Beadle September 26, 2003
 
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In the tradistion of "Rastafarian" grunge describes an immage, attitude and genre of music. The apperance was mainly modled on the man dubbed "The generation's spokesman" Kurt Cobain, and featured flannel shirts, torn jeans, converse trainers and baggy sweaters. The music was very toned-down/ volume-up version of punk, but where punk was angry, grunge was disilusioned & generally dissatisfied escape to moan at the world.
Begun in seatle (Mainly by Kurt Cobain and the record-label "Sub-Pop") in the early 90's and often called "Generaation-X" grunge was the last pure genre of music we had.
GRUNGE is dead....long live grunge
by Cobain's DIsease September 18, 2003
 
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Stupid term used primarily by journalist in the early 90s, because the thought they needed a new word for rock music.
Hey this shit sounds pretty good, but we can't call it "rock n' roll" alright why don't we just call it "grunge".
by shawn December 22, 2004