Q&A: Dave Grohl on Kurt's Last Days and the Making of 'In Utero'

Dave Grohl performs on MTV Live and Loud.
Dave Grohl performs on MTV Live and Loud.
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"There are a few ways you can look at it," Dave Grohl says of In Utero, the last studio album he made as the drummer in Nirvana and the group's back-to-punk triumph after its 1991 multi-platinum monster, Nevermind. "You can describe it as a remarkable achievement." He pauses. "You can also remember it as a really fucked-up time."

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