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Photos: Preview the Experience Music Project's Massive Nirvana Exhibit

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Cobain and Novoselic backstage before a performance in Frankfurt, Germany, 1991. Novoselic's contributed many items to the exhibit. "What was really great, and changed the scope of the exhibition dramatically for me, was being able to work with Krist Novoselic," McMurray says. "We went down to his place and pulled out twenty bins of material he had collected, and clearly hadn't looked at in a decade or more. I kept asking him, 'Is it alright if I use this for the exhibit?' and he kept saying, 'Yeah, get it out of here, take it!'"
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