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This Band Remade “Smells Like Teen Spirit” in a Major Key and It Might Ruin Your Adolescence

Photo Credit: Geffen Records

In 1991, Nirvana defined a decade and gave a voice to the disaffected, flannel-wearing Gen Xers of the world with “Smells Like Teen Spirit.”

But it turns out that when you sing it in a major key, you get something a lot less moody and full of rage, and more like something Rob Thomas would pen for Matchbox Twenty.

Not that there’s anything wrong with Matchbox Twenty. I’m a fan.

But this is just wrong.

Right?

h/t: Mashable

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