I never really followed grunge.
I like women who look like women. I hated grunge. No one's more feminist than me, but you don't have to look as if you don't give a - you know. You can be smart, bright, and attractive aesthetically to others - and to yourself.
Best two rock voices I've heard in a last few years both have been from grunge bands: it's Eddie Vedder and the other one is Chris Cornell from Soundgarden.
As far as the grunge thing, there are three bands from Seattle that I would call true grunge.
I seriously do not think Nirvana is grunge.
The Melvins are grunge.
It's all magic to me. Country to punk rock, all of it. Chopin to Kurt Cobain. But it always all comes back to punk for me, because that was the last time, punk rock or grunge rock, was the last time that passion ruled the airwaves.
Yes, I would say my comedy is grunge, evidenced by the fact my jokes have put an end to big-hair glam comedy.
We were productive in the '90s. It just was the music scene then was just grunge. We never really lost our following and we never really became a grunge band. We became what we were . . . we just kept evolving what we were into a better us.
We're a global band. In 1995, we played 42 countries. So when America did that trend, when grunge came in, we didn't change to be that. We stayed true to who we were, played the world and continued to grow.
It's probably because of the movies. And it just puts on an air of professionalism more than grunge dancing.
I was into grunge, the heavy, distorted guitars, bands like Nirvana. Although, we weren't that good. But I wore the flannels, the long underwear, the whole deal.