To celebrate the 30th anniversary of one of the very few albums that singlehandedly changed the music soundscape, One Music PH pays tribute to Nirvana's Nevermind' by compiling a collection of great covers.
A chilling and haunting take on the song that started it all.
Ethereal and magical, and that organ solo is very The Doors-like.
Like an 80's adult contemporary pop song. Imagine Phil Collins or Simply Red trying to write a song for Miami Vice.
A storming, rambling metal take. The guitar feedback showers that bookend this are worthy of Sonic Youth.
Somber and haunting.
No doubt Palmer and company understands the story of the song in this baroque retelling.
Tati is truly a tour de force frontwoman.
"Drain You" - Horse Feathers
A string-laden indie-folk rendition.
What 80's Metallica sound slike if they covered Nirvana.
A Nirvana - Motown - James Brown mash-up.
A fun, lighthearted pop remake.
This alternative electropop version is a cold and chilling experience.
"Endless, Nameless" - EMA
The original version's jagged and abrasive nature makes it next to impossible to create a version that diverts away from its original arrangement, but this is a solid take nonetheless.
Photos taken from Nirvana's official Facebook page.