Smells Like Nirvana

Music Video: Smells Like Nirvana

Artisit: "Weird Al" Yankovic

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2004
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:43

  • Copyright: "Weird Al" Yankovic

Music Video For Smells Like Nirvana By Artist "Weird Al" Yankovic

Reviews For Smells Like Nirvana By Artist "Weird Al" Yankovic

  • Funny

    5
    By Mimomusic95
    This is hilarious. I don't think Nirvana is a bad band but I don't think their incredible either.
  • Well, it's OK.

    3
    By Skillbo1Verizon
    The lyrics are funny, but also very dumb. I know this is too addictive, but the Nirvana version has good music and lyrics. Weird Al "Yankovic," please stop ruining good songs.
  • Dumb

    1
    By Pummelator
    Man! Weird Al was really dumb to make this garbage! I mean, his songs* are good but this is insulting. And, yes, Kurt is throwing a fit about this. People that say it's fine need Nirvana management**. DON'T buy! DON'T buy!!!
  • not a disgrace

    5
    By LudwigBeilschmidt
    everyones right. al does have to get permission to write a parody so he obviously thought it was funny
  • Good

    5
    By hshsvdjK
    Well, I lold
  • Kurt loved the parody weird al did

    5
    By captain_pasty
    If you knew enough about nirvana you would know this
  • Your all idiots

    5
    By Willis47
    This song was made a few years before Kurt died...Kurt gave permission for weird al to make a parody and kurt also said,yes these are his own words. "I think the song is hilarious" just think this is one of the things that made Kurt laugh. R.I.P kurt
  • song

    1
    By Nick&Danny Burleson
    this is a freakin descrase to kurt
  • wow

    4
    By friendlyforeva
    wow

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