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Krist Novoselic Quotes

And Seattle isn't really crazy anymore. It's a big dot-com city.

But my role is to just apply the skills I've learned over the years: you listen to the guitar, you listen to the vocal melodies, you listen to the rhythm, and you come up with something that helps you take the song somewhere.

But remember, guitar players are a dime a dozen.

But this is pretty new for me, both songwriting and singing.

But whenever history is in the making, there's some kind of intangible feeling.

Don't follow a trend. Follow your heart.

I can't remember the last time I looked at a Nirvana web site.

I don't know about the time those songs were written. But he was jamming with someone in Colorado or San Francisco, and I'm sure he was working on the lyrics right up to the show because they were really relevant for the situation.

I kind of discovered my voice for the first time, and the more I did it, the better it got.

I live out in the country now and it's quiet and it's a place where I can think a lot.

I think pot should be legalized, but I think the promotion of party culture is irresponsible.

I wanted to stimulate thought instead of throwing things out or try to give a perspective. I just put stuff up and it's up for two or three weeks and I get tired of it, so I take it down and put something else up.

I'm just really happy, because I think we're a great band, and I really like great bands.

I'm really into Sweet 75 right now, and I dig playing Nirvana, don't get me wrong. Even if Kurt never died, more than likely I'd be in Sweet 75 today still.

If you've got a guitar and a lot of soul, just bang something out and mean it. You're the superstar.

It felt like being in the center of the world, and I felt like I was a witness to history and I knew that the whole world was watching on television. So, I could feel the collective consciousness of the world focused on this little strip of land called Seattle.

Just the other day I pulled out this old cassette of Ragged Glory and I popped it into my cassette player and I was digging it. They were just a great rock and roll band, one that presents the song ahead of everything else - there's no grand idea or concept behind it.

Let's keep the music with us. We'll always have it.

Mike Watt and I had the same teacher. Mr. Tanaka.

No band is special, no player royalty.