Unplugged In New York is a great album, it has many covers, yes, but usually bands do that when they don't have that many songs that will sound great for an accuistic session. This album also includes about two or three songs that never made it on it's original airing, the songs I dunno. It starts of with 'About A Girl', Nirvana's earliest song that sounds great. Also included are many songs from Nevermind: 'Come as You Are', 'Something In The Way', 'Polly', 'Drain You'. The covers include a song by David Bowie, and many of the others are all from the Meatpuppets, all from their second album. Nirvana, most (just about all) of the bands career already in the past and now heading toward an end, now shows the more mature, serious side that we would all have heard if Kurt and Nirvana was still alive today. A serious album, and a great sound to just about all of the songs. 'All Apologies', and the last track, 'Where Did You Sleep Last Night' are my favorite pics of the album, since they show the peak of the album.
This album is for everyone, I think, since even my mom who's generation is the seventies, enjoys this album just as much as I do. It's such a shame, though, since this album shows how much great music Nirvana could have done, and yet Kurt wasted his music and his life so early. We still hadn't seen anything yet.