96. "If You Must"
For enthusiasts, "If You Must" was often the entry point into the fruitful, maddening, mislabeled world of Nirvana bootlegs – it was the first track on the well-circulated Outcesticide. Despite its impact on Nirvana fans, Cobain apparently hated the track, calling "If You Must" "sickening and dumb" in a letter to Crover. After being recorded for Nirvana's January 1988 demo tape, the song disappeared entirely from future studio sessions and live performances until it was dug out for With the Lights Out. DANIEL KREPS