grunge


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Synonyms for grunge

Synonyms for grunge

the state of being covered with unclean things

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Grohl is relaxing in his suburban home in LA's San Fernando Valley dressed in T-shirt and shorts - very grunge.
Fourteen years ago, Mudhoney were revelling in their status as the original grunge kings of Washington State - only to see their position usurped and crown stolen by one of the very fans they inspired, one Kurt Cobain.
Fashion's affair with the living substance of aura, seediness, and mortality was unbearable, obscene; like the maternal body, it was an impossible pleasure quickly repressed by a strict grunge etiquette of thinness, taste, and the patronizing attitude exercised toward teens.
The Cool Fonts collection contains 27 fonts, six typeface families and one font package called Grunge Pack, a title that characterizes its five specimens.
Grunge kid Lleyton Hewitt, with his straight sets defeat of Pete Sampras in the US Open final, ushered in the return of the brat, an irreverant, McEnroe-like specimen that makes the electric chair a more welcoming prospect than the umpiring variety.
Monster was mediocre grunge, the tour worse, and when New Adventures in Hi-Fi continued to downplay the band's melodic strengths, the cult heroes' once-massive mainstream audience turned to Hootie.
Grunge gran Yoko Ono has admitted she's SORRY she broke up the Beatles.
Grunge, 60s Flower Power and 70s Polyester looks are considered passe by four out of five teens.
More than mere decoration and a grunge version of epater la bourgeoisie, they are a conscious reaction to the body's colonization.
GRUNGE rocker Courtney Love looks like she's left her punk roots behind for good after stepping out in style again for a glitzy Hollywood party.
Now that dance's avant-garde is called electronica, the rock crowd fed up with generic grunge is clamoring for a piece of the action, just as America leaped over its white picket fence for a chance to cross Studio 54's gay-inclusive velvet ropes.
Paired with fleece, this look might suggest a return of Nineties grunge, but the style is more form-fitting -- more "athlete" than "slacker.
For a man about to enjoy the fruits of a British tour, former grunge icon J Mascis finds some things about our island pretty unpalatable.
In the world of music, fragmentation is the operative word, with kids' preferences ranging from country to grunge rock (a loud, distorted, guitar-based alternative rock), to rap to heavy metal to pop and beyond.