Rockers who know the band talk on their personal experiences at the moment this album hit the airwaves in September 1991 and how the album influenced the mainstream music in general for the coming years. Greg Gillis talked about how Nevermind was the "pivotal album" in his life and Ray Davies thought "it was the most significant American rock' n' roll album since the Doors...twenty years on and it is still fresh." Henry Rollins saw Nevermind "that music sticks for a reason, it wasn't bullshit," while Edddie Vedder revealed how he listened to Nevermind album in walkman and watching a Nirvana gig, "seeing one of the first shows they played for the record."
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|"Just hearing that tape with the white label, it had an impact. It felt like a change." Eddie Vedder|