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Twenty years later, Nirvana is still managing to cause controversy.
The band, whose Nevermind album made waves when it was released in 1991 because of its cover art which featured a naked baby boy floating in a pool, has run into censorship yet again, this time on its Facebook page.
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For his part, the baby in the photograph, Spencer Elden — who is now also 20-years-old — has no problem with the revealing shot, “Quite a few people in the world have seen my penis. So that’s kinda cool,” he’s said.
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Nirvana will release a commemorative Super Deluxe Edition of Nevermind on September 27 which will include alternate mixes of the albums popular songs, live recordings and a live DVD of the band’s 1991 Halloween show at the Paramount Theater in Seattle.
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