nevermind


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nevermind

(ˈnɛvərˌmaɪnd)
n
a matter of importanceattention; consideration
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Smells Like Teen Spirit" hit the radio in August 1991 and was later released as the lead single on the band's album Nevermind.
Because Nevermind reacts to variability in the player's heart rate, the only way to fully experience the game at the time was to wear a bulky, somewhat uncomfortable chest strap on the bare skin.
My friend had a guitar and me and him would spend hours trying to teach ourselves the songs from Nevermind.
Photographer Kirk Weddle snapped a pal's three-month-old son, Spencer Elden, swimming underwater for Nirvana album Nevermind in 1991.
The best thing about Nevermind is that each one of its 12 songs is as great.
The national broadcaster spends a fortune each year on rubbish you wouldn't put in your wheelie bin nevermind paying a fortune to make.
It's also when the band decided to push their choruses to the forefront, Chris Keating bleating Nevermind nevermind nevermind nevermind nevermin-i-i-i-nd all over the track with timid confidence felt like watching the band expel their past and turn into something leaner and more formidable, unhampered by their own history.
An ever dwindling number of viewers care what Gordon Ramsay is doing in the UK, nevermind the USA.
Nevermind, because come Tuesday it will all be over and someone else will be in the hotseat.
Classic Rock Albums: Nevermind Nirvana" is just short of the music CD itself in fully understanding the album that made the grunge movement of the early nineties so memorable.
Nevermind the misery he's done with England but he is a manager that has proved with us and certainly will if he comes again.