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WRONG!!!! | Reviewer: FlawsonD | 3/21/13
Is totally a STP song. Never Nirvana!!! but since we are discussing grunge and Cobain. Im just going to say Eddie Vedder is by far the best frontman of grunge not Cobain. And Pearl Jam the best band of the 90s and my favorite of all time.
STP | Reviewer: fedidas | 10/23/12
Nirvana NEVER performed this song, and the guy above who says that the song is included in Nirvana's greatest hits album should know that a Nirvana's greatest hits album was NEVER released.
Poppycock | Reviewer: Floyd the Barber | 3/17/12
Kurt Cobain couldn't sing, he could barely play his instrument (simply refer to their 'legendary' 1992 Reading festival performance as testimony) and even when they managed to cut a decent studio album, he couldn't bring himself to refrain from critiquing it as "too poppy" (that would being in reference to "Nevermind.") Face it, the guy was so wrapped up in his own narcissistic, counter-culture dogma that he never even stopped to worry about becoming an actual musician.
And for those of you select, misguided esoteric commentators who labor to insist that every piece of his lyrical material had some type of profound, cryptic meaning that only your unique insight into his personal life experiences can uncover - the man himself put this theory to rest. Checkout the well-known MTV interview regarding his motivation for the naming of the song "Rape Me:" www.youtube.com/watch?v=-yNMMb-zaG8&feature=related
Hell, about the only song that had anything to do with any actual personal experience of his was "Sliver," for which he admits to SPECIFICALLY naming in the hopes that most people would get it confused with "Silver," which they have continued in doing to this day! Talk about a lasting legacy. He's still fucking with you!
Trolls trolls trolls trolls trolls - "Kurdt" Cobain was your elementary predecessor.
both! | Reviewer: Timothy | 1/2/12
Everyone pull your head outta your asses they both preformed this song it is on nirvana's greatest hits album and stp's core you're all dumb asses and need a head check if it wasn't for your own ignorance you may have checked into it a little farther i have both albums to prove the theory as well!!! pathetic simply pathetic.
you dumbshit!! | Reviewer: brandon | 8/2/11
I know its like 2 years later, but do you still think that song was written and performed by Nirvana? I understand that you must have been a troubled teen at the time who still believed that you had a hard life, but your intelligence doesn't have to suffer as well. Check Nirvana's discography as well as STP's. And quit smoking dope! Kurt wasn't singing your life, he didn't even singing his own...
reply to jsut about everyone | Reviewer: Anonymous | 6/10/11
just because stp played it as creep, that dosent make shit on who wrote it, you all need to shut the fuck up and quit bitching, its a good song so fuck off, fuck off to everyone that says kurts lyrics make no sence (if you fucking listen, and read, and truly understand the shit he went through, you would know), and fuck off to all who think grunge is still alive. it died with kurt.
You People are Lame | Reviewer: Anonymous | 2/12/11
It's pretty obvious most of you are trying to make a point here but nobody is really coming out to say it. I saw Nirvana live three times befores my man's death in '94. Let me say this, STP ain't nothing compared to Nirvana. STP isn't even in the same league. Nirvana and Kurt changed music forever. And who gives a shit who wrote the song or who performed it live or not. You all sound like a bunch of girls arguing over nothing. Fuck Scott Weiland. Kurt's dead and still brings more attention and fans to Nirvana to this day. GRUNGE IS DEAD.
Why argue, do your own research! | Reviewer: Allison Aileen | 9/14/10
Why argue about this, I love Nirvana, and I love Stone Temple Pilots. It is CLEARLY a Stone Temple Pilots song, I have all of their albums. I also have Nirvana's albums, and there is no such Nirvana song as Half The Man I Used To Be. It is STP-Creep. But don't just take my word for it because I am someone who listenes to over 1,000 different bands and artists, in all different genres. Research it for yourself if you are that curious.
Uh, wtf | Reviewer: Meg | 7/3/10
This is Creep by Stone Temple Pilots. And Scott Weiland doesn't sound anything like Kurt Cobain in my opinion.
People should listen to the radio more often and buy CDs instead of illegally downloading. Then you would probably know who actually performs this song. If it wasn't for Limewire, there would be confusion like this. -__-
Not Nirvana | Reviewer: Jeff | 6/25/10
Alright if this is Nirvana then what album is it on? Maybe if you guys that say it's Nirvana actually owned their albums then you'd know. I also have the album Core and that came out in 92 and this song was on it. Except it's called by the real name of the song on Core.
OMG!!! | Reviewer: gabe | 1/1/10
OMG!!!! How can people say this is Kurt Cobain, damn....who was the stupid who said Courtney Love had the rights to this song!!!!
Jesus, guys...I dont know how many of you were alive when this song came out, certainly not a lot....
SAD :'( | Reviewer: The Death Monkey | 12/17/09
CREEP BY STP, NOT HALF THE MAN I USED TO BE BY NIRVANA... While sure, there is a song called Creep by Radiohead, any person who has half a brain would know that more than one band can have a song with the same name! :) I heard the song on limewire and it said "Nirvana" but I was like "wait a second... this is NOT Nirvana!" :) It's "Creep" by STP from their album Core.
really? | Reviewer: Kris | 9/22/09
Well then matt guess im not a nirvana fan because this is STP. See its motherfuckers like you who think that any good grunge song automatically has to be a Nirvana song. Well i like Nirvana too and ill admit it Kurt Cobain's writings sucked. they had no fuckin sense to them and i know youll get all pissy and be like "o u just dont understand what he was trying to say" or "you fuckin retarded" No i know what im saying.....before u say shit get ur facts right
reply to matt | Reviewer: Marquita | 9/2/09
Um actually Matt, you're wrong.
Although the voice is deathly similar to Kurt Cobain's, in reality it is Scott Weiland's of the Stone Temple Pilots.
True, "Creep" is a Radiohead song, but "Creep" is also a Stone Temple Pilots song that is often credited to Nirvana as "Half the Man I Used to Be." Nirvana never recorded such a song.
Look up Stone Temple Pilots on wikipedia.org and you'll see for yourself.
Obviously you haven't been listening to Nirvana enough to know that this is not they're song.
And this is coming to you from a big fan of Nirvana, Matt...next time...do your research.
wow | Reviewer: matt | 8/3/09
if you think for a second that isnt kurts voice you must not be a true nirvana fan. ive been listening to nirvana since i was born and i think i can tell the difference between kurts and someone elses voice. and if you think this song is called creep you must be retarded cause creep is a song by radiohead look it up!!!!
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