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Stay Away (Pay To Play) - Nirvana - Never The Same Thing (CD)

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  1. "Pay To Play" (Early version of "Stay Away") Monkey see, monkey do - I don't know why I Walk around, follow you - I don't know why I know why I Have to have poison skin - I don't know why I Pay Pay to play Walk an inch, take a mile - I don't know why I Never faded, never smiled - I don't know why I Never mind, eat and run - I don't know.
  2. ‘Stay Away’: Originally titled ‘Pay to Play’, the demo featured different lyrics, deafening feedback and a screaming coda, with Cobain shouting “God Is Gay” repeatedly. Kurt’s.
  3. Sep 15,  · An early version of "Stay Away", named "Pay To Play", was recorded with three different drummers: Chad Channing, Dale Crover and Dave Grohl. The guitar riff from the song was apparently used on one of the songs on the Fecal Matter-demo.
  4. Apr 05,  · “Stay Away”/”Pay to Play” Somewhere in the muck of rock history, nostalgia and band psychoanalysis, Nirvana’s punk roots often get buried. But on “Pay to Play” (renamed “Stay Away” .
  5. Jul 27,  · As expected, the Deluxe 20th Anniversary Edition of Nirvana's Nevermind comes with pretty extensive tracklists: There's a straight-up digital/CD remaster of the original album, a 2-CD .
  6. Nirvana – Stay Away. 47 Comments; 0 Tags; Less is more, love is blind (I don't know why) Stay Stay away Stay away Stay away Give an inch, take a smile (I don't know why) Fashion their god is gay, the one person they worship is gay. He ment the same thing in all apologies. Everyone is gay, everyone is equal. NoseDragonon August
  7. The main riff was one of Cobain's oldest, dating back to a home demo he made with Dale Crover on drums under the guise of Fecal Matter in It grew to be called 'Pay To Play', although once Nirvana signed to Geffen, Cobain felt fraudulent singing about unscrupulous club owners who charged bands to play .
  8. Nevermind is the second studio album by American rock band Nirvana, released on September 24, , by DGC Records.A number of labels courted the band, but Nirvana ultimately signed with Geffen Records imprint DGC Records based upon repeated recommendations from Kim Gordon of Sonic Youth and their management company. Produced by Butch Vig, it was the band's first release on the label, .

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