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Song Name I Never Had A Love Like This Before Mono Mix
CategoriesEnglish.
AlbumThe Story Of Simon Simopath.
ComposerNirvana.
GenreRock.
LabelUniversal Music Group.
SingerNirvana.
Duration 02:50
Record on October 20, 2003
Album Price $149.99
Song Price $1.29
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Songwriter: Kurt Cobain
Writing Period: 1989
Recording Session: 05-06/91 Sound City Studios, Van Nuys, CA
Alternate/Working Titles: Imodium - Immodium
Common Mislabels: She Said - Bleed - Drain

In the last week of April 1991, NIRVANA journeyed down to Los Angeles to begin recording their major label debut, Nevermind. It was the band's own decision to have Butch Vig as their producer, choosing him over several other big-name producers, including Scott Litt, Don Dixon and David Briggs. Vig had built up a good rapport with the band through his work on the Smart sessions. "It was such a great experience working with him in Madison", recalls Krist Novoselic. "The label wanted us to work with other people, but it was kinda intimidating, and we were comfortable with Butch."

"At that point, I'd never done any work in Los Angeles", says Vig, "but I knew that was where the band wanted to work, and I knew of Sound City's reputation. The studio is renowned for it's large live room and vintage Neve 8028 console. I worked out a deal so it was cost-effective for us to go there. It was sight unseen. We just booked it and went in."

Before starting work at Sound City, the band spent a few days at a rehearsal space in North Hollywood. Vig visited them there several times and was immediately struck by the power of Dave Grohl's drumming: "Kurt had called me up and said, I've got the best drummer in the world! I thought, Yeah, right. I've heard that one before. But the first time we went in that rehearsal space and started running through the songs, it was just amazing. Dave was incredibly powerful and dead on the groove. I could tell from the way Kurt and Krist were playing with him that they had definitely kicked their music up another notch, in terms of intensity."

"Cobain made four vocal passes on Breed." As Vig recalls, "each succeeding take kept getting worse because he blew his voice out." Unique to Breed was Vig's use of a Neumann U89 microphone for Cobain's vocals. "At the time, I thought of using this one [rather than the U67] because he was singing higher and pushing the limits of his voice up. I just thought we needed more body to it." Cobain's first vocal take was selected as the master.

Guitars were tuned down to "D or maybe even C sharp." The really scratchy guitar at the start of Breed was produced by Cobain plugging his guitar straight into the Neve console. Vig recalls: "For the bass distortion we turned the amp up really loud and in the mix we also overloaded the board. We didn't use any pedals, just overloaded the channels. We went for a Ramones-type panning. Guitar hard right, drums hard left. The solo was played through a Tube Screamer [distortion pedal]. A lot of Kurt's solos had a simple melodic sensibility and he would record them very quickly."

Breed predominantly features Grohl pounding away at the "Terminator" snare drum.

from Disc 2 of "With the Lights Out"

Lyrics

I don't care, I don't care, I don't care,
I don't care, care, care if it's old
I don't mind, I don't mind, I don't mind,
I don't mind, mind, don't have a mind
Get away, get away, get away
Get away, away, away from your home
I'm afraid, I'm afraid, I'm afraid
I'm afraid, afraid, ghosts

Even if you have, even if you need
I don't mean to stare, we don't have to breed
We could plant a house, we could build a tree
I don't even care, we could have all three

She said, she said, she said, she said
She said, she said, she said, she said

I don't care, I don't care, I don't care,
I don't care, care, care if it's old
I don't mind, I don't mind, I don't mind,
I don't mind, mind, don't have a mind
Get away, get away, get away
Get away, away, away from your home
I'm afraid, I'm afraid, I'm afraid
I'm afraid, afraid, ghosts

Even if you have, even if you need
I don't mean to stare, we don't have to breed
We could plant a house, we could build a tree
I don't even care, we could have all three

She said, she said, she said, she said
She said, she said, she said, she said

Even if you have, even if you need
I don't mean to stare, we don't have to breed
We could plant a house, we could build a tree
I don't even care, we could have all three

She said, she said, she said, she said
She said, she said, she said, she said
She said

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