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Cause Why Not: Baby From Nirvana’s ‘Nevermind’ Album Cover Recreates Photo 25 Years Later

This is a photo of the baby from Nirvana’s cover of the album Nevermind all growed up. His name is Spencer Elden and in case no one recognizes him from his iconic album cover, he made sure he had “Nevermind” tattooed across his chest. That way he can talk about how he is the baby on the cover anytime he is topless, which I assume is most of the time. I mean, look at him. Am I little upset he didn’t go completely naked to really capture the true essence of the original cover? Sure, but I mean, pools are cold and I don’t think Spencer wanted to show that he became a man everywhere but in his nether region if you catch my drift…I’m talking about his penis and how cold water would make it look like a baby dick. Okay?

Theory: What’s Outside The Margins of Popular Album Covers

We all love album covers. Of course we do. Don’t argue with me, I know where you live! Back when we used to physically purchase albums said albums often came with covers on them. Some of those album covers went on to be pretty famous. But what was going on outside the margins of those famous album covers? We may never know but a series called “The Bigger Picture” by web design company Aptitude has done a pretty good job at theorizing the answers…  

The Best Wrestling Music Albums Ever

Theme music in the WWE largely sucks nowadays. But let me tell you, back in the heyday of wrestling popularity, the music was awesome.┬áIn the late 90s and well into the early 2000s, the WWF was absolutely on fire. Because of its popularity, they were able to team up with numerous musical artists to create catchy theme songs for their wrestlers. My two favourite wrestling albums are easily WWF Forceable Entry and WWF Aggression. Forceable featured rock versions of WWF Superstars’ theme songs while Aggression included rap/hip hop infused songs. I was quite surprised how much I liked Aggression because rap and hip hop has never been my favourite musical genre. It just goes to show that pretty much everything that the WWF did in those days, I enjoyed. I realize many of you will label me a complete and utter loser for writing about wrestling music, and you would be right. But I don’t care. I just listened to both of these records recently, and they still hold up to me. I miss the …