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Kurt Cobain's band will be inducted in a ceremony on 10 April 2014

Kurt Cobain's family home in Washington state

Kurt Cobain's childhood home up for sale

Cobain's family have increased the asking price due to the house's legacy

Cornered: (from left) Dave Grohl, Kurt Cobain, and Krist Novoselic of Nirvana

Nirvana and the Kurt Cobain we knew

A 20th anniversary edition of Nirvana's final album, In Utero, is released on Monday. Those who worked with the band, and musicians inspired by their music, talk to Elisa Bray

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My Fantasy Band: Adam Green

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Fantasy Band: Delilah

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Album: Tribes, Baby (Island)

Someone call social services, quick: these four young fellows have clearly been locked away in a darkened room for months with nothing but the first few Pixies albums for company.

The Lemonheads, Shepherds Bush Empire, London (3/5)

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Everybody Loves Our Town: A History of Grunge, By Mark Yarm

How Seattle conquered the lamestains

My Secret Life: Chuck Palahniuk, author, 49

My parents were... timid towards the world. They passed that on, very much.

Tearful fans pay homage to Winehouse

For devotees at the singer's home, the circumstances of her death were a salutary lesson. By Rob Sharp and Katie Binns

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