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- Illiteracy Will Prevail
- Sub Pop 200 (1988)
- Bleach (1989)
- Blew (1989)
- Teriyaki Asthma, Vol. 1 (1989)
- The Grunge Years (1991)
- Kill Rock Stars (1991)
- Nevermind (1991)
- Heaven And Hell: A Tribute To The Velvet Underground, Volume 1 (1990)
- Hard to Believe: KISS Covers Compilation (1992)
- Hormoaning (1992)
- Incesticide (1992)
- Where Were You In '89 (1992)
- In Utero (1993)
- No Alternative (1993)
- The Beavis and Butthead Experience (1993)
- Eight Songs for Greg Sage and The Wipers (1993)
- MTV Unplugged in New York (1994)
- Singles (1995)
- Fender 50th Anniversary Guitar Legends (1996)
- Home Alive: The Art of Self Defense (1996)
- From the Muddy Banks of the Wishkah (1996)
- Saturday Night Live: The Musical Performances Vol. 2 (1999)
- Downtrodden (2000)
- Music of the Millennium (canadian release only) (2001)
- Nirvana (2002)
- With the Lights Out (2004)
- Sliver: The Best of the Box (2005)
- Jarhead Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (2005)
- Live at Reading (2009)
- Theme Time Radio Hour Season 3 With Your Host Bob Dylan (2010)
- Icon (2010)
- Nevermind: The Singles (2011)
The Go Team
- Scratch It Out/Bikini Twilight (1989)
- The Winding Sheet (1990)
- Extra-Capsular Extraction (1991)
- A Bureaucratic Desire For Revenge (1991)
- 10.1990 (2000)
- Sunn Amps and Smashed Guitars (2001)
William S. Burroughs
- The "Priest" They Called Him (1992)
- Houdini (1993)
His life and work contain the following tropes:
- Ascended Fanboy: Helped his favorite obscure Alternative Rock and Punk Rock bands (like The Vaselines) reach a larger audience.
- Ate His Gun: How he (officially) died. There's a large chunk of his fandom, as well as Love's own father, that believe otherwise.
- Broken Ace: A rock star adored by millions of fans who suffered from a depression that lead him to suicide.
- Byronic Hero
- Cute but Troubled
- Deadpan Snarker: Had a dry, sarcastic sense of humor apparent in most his interviews.
- Dreadful Musician: In his early days.
- Driven to Suicide: Most sane theories of his death.
- Fake Ultimate Hero: Was well aware he was this, despite what his fans thought.
- Freudian Excuse: Blamed many of his psychological and emotional problems on his bitterly unhappy childhood.
- Goodbye, Cruel World: His famous suicide note (which quotes Neil Young).
- Grunge: Well, duh.
- I Want My Beloved to Be Happy: Believed his family would be better off without him.
- Never Suicide, Always Murder: What the worst of the Fan Dumb thinks.
- Perma Stubble
- Snark Knight: A good real life example.
- Someone to Remember Him By: Left behind his daughter, Frances Bean Cobain.
- Testosterone Poisoning: He wrote songs mocking Macho culture, and he publicly lambasted those who epitomized it.
- The Southpaw: He played left-handed.
- Three Chords and the Truth
- Word Salad Lyrics: He even admitted he was more concerned about the music.
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