So, you never would've figured that being in a store like Urban Outfitters which promotes capitalist, soft-grunge movements supporting the artwork, if you could call it that of Halsey, Melanie Martinez and Lana Del Rey could include an album that wasn't either the 'Unplugged' or 'Nevermind'.
Ladies and Gentlemen, I present to you Nirvana's 'Bleach' Released on Sub-Pop in 1989, it consists of songs notably in the sludge metal and hardcore punk genres.
These are not radio-friendly and most teenage girls who buy this will probably turn it off and only listen to the key song; About A Girl and ignore the rest of the 12-track album because that's just what people do.
Ladies and Gentlemen, this is available for a whopping — $20.
98 CAD That is cheaper than the Ariana Grande vinyl that we just stumbled across.
Because apparently she sells vinyl.
No, it's digital converted to vinyl.
Digital converted to vinyl.
So, if you're an audiophile definitely get it.
Because it, you know confirms — Furry Thing! It confirms that you can go on with your Tumblr aesthetic of your pastel blues and pinks with all the soft-grungeness in the world and the night view through a glass window.
And Wendy's changed their logo, by the way.