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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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Dave Grohl - the man they used to call the grunge Ringo - is obviously more a lover than a Fighter.
While grunge seems to celebrate the aura-rich residue of yesteryear's garment, what clothes have gained in terms of "character" has been rudely snatched from the models.
With cropped hair and a dyed pink fringe, barking out lyrics to heavy guitar riffs, Yoko Ono is the granny of grunge.
Despite or perhaps due to the recent spate of media attention given to the Grunge look, the fashion is rated hot by fewer than a third (31 percent) of all teens.
helped spark the early Nineties grunge explosion with hit album Where You Been?
Yet flannel shirts, ripped jeans and combat boots are standard wear for fans of grunge groups like Pearl Jam, Nirvana and Temple of the Dog.
When the towheaded trio from Tulsa burst on a scene choked with woe-is- me grunge and I-can't-stand-myself alternative rock three years ago, only one member of the band was old enough to drive.
There are millions upon millions who spend their tender years stalking the top-20 aisles at Tower, looking for love and maxing out their minimum-wage credit limits on the grunge god of the moment.
Reeves flew out of Dublin last night warning his grunge group might never come back - despite being given an ecstatic reception.
The blue collar grunge look incorporates the working class garb, and in essence to reestablish a sense of proletariat pride, he says.
Love talks to host Carrie Fisher about her desire to conquer the music world after listening to Bob Dylan's 1979 album "Slow Train Coming," her introduction to drugs by her father, and her highly-publicized relationships with actors Russell Crowe and Edward Norton, and the late grunge king, Kurt Cobain.
As the updated offspring of the company's original FOR THE RECORD(R) 50's, 60's & 70's, the new FOR THE RECORD(R) game edition, "hustles" out of the oldies and "stage dives" into the glam and grunge of the 80's and 90's music scene.
Jones,'' ``Perfect Blue Buildings'' and ``Round Here'' provided a refreshing alternative to the steady stream of grunge wanna-bes clogging the modern-rock airwaves.
With their song "Your Disease" currently in MTV's Top Ten Modern Rock Tracks chart and number nine on Billboard's Modern Rock Track chart, Memphis, Tennessee rockers, Saliva, continue to create their unique blend of musical genres - hard rock with hints of hip-hop and grunge.