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grunge

and grunch (grəndʒ and grəntʃ)
1. n. any nasty substance; dirt; gunk. There’s some gritty grunge on the kitchen floor.
2. n. an ugly or nasty person; a repellent person. Some grunch came by and dropped off this strange package for you.
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Give a touch of romance to the grunge look, you can opt for the dark floral on dresses or even skirts and then include sporty inspiration with flats.
They may be angry about something and to me going to a grunge gig is cathartic.
Pink Punk is a perfect mix of trends, where feminine and grunge run parallel together.
Grunge doesn't have to be all about black - introduce colour with an eccentric tee such as this one.
And music journalist Mark Yarm's fantastic new book, Everybody Loves Our Town: An Oral History of Grunge, features more than 250 interviews with the scene's charter members, earliest champions and biggest superstars, all of whom now seem more than willing to open up and tell their story.
com, the album originally distributed only 46,521 copies in 1991 and later brought up the underground grunge scene into mainstream market when it went on to sell 30 million copies worldwide.
Grunge classic, Touch Me I'm Sick, had the audience giving the devil-horn salute.
Thunder have also benefited from the return to form as they toured with Whitesnake and Def Leppard this summer - two other casualties of the 90s grunge phase - and were able to put all their efforts into recording their ninth album, Bang
I started listening to the radio around 12 or 13, with the explosion of grunge.
He adores Angie, who is now an 18-year-old drug-abusing grunge band bass player who already has a boyfriend.
It amounts to a kind of grunge arte povera, a witty and instinctive immersion in the stuff of the world that is alternately lax and labored, spottily profound.
SEATTLE has produced more than its fair share of top-grade bands in recent years, and Modest Mouse (right) are the new kids in the Grunge Central starting blocks.
Steve plays acoustic and sings, and is backed up by other grunge superstars (awright, take it easy).
Seattle and grunge had exploded across the globe through the likes of Nirvana and Pearl Jam, spawning legions of shaggy-haired groups cranking up feedback to unbearable levels.
A totally clueless, overprotective dad is left to care for his son and two teen girls--a ditzy blonde and grunge girl (Daria ripoff?