MTV Unplugged (1 Viewer)

Max

Senior Member
Jul 15, 2003
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Does MTV Unplugged exist anymore? I remember when all the alt/grunge bands such as Nirvana, Alice in Chains, Smashing Pumpkins, and Pearl Jam all had MTV Unplugged performances. I think that performing unplugged being very honest, especially in that Nirvana one (Pennyroyal Tea, very chilling with just Kurt playing and singing). Are there any bands you would like to see unplugged?
 

River

Senior Member
Jun 15, 2004
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#3
I think it still exists but dont think they push out the cds anymore. I remember seeing Stain'd Unplugged on MTV about a year or so ago. So i guess its still around, maybe only shown in the states though.

Nirvana Unplugged was amazing, definately the best. But other great ones are Eric Clapton (tears in heaven was nice), Bryan Adams, Alanis Morisette.
 

Elnur_E65

Senior Member
Feb 21, 2004
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#4
I don't watch MTV all that much, but I have not seen Unplugged on MTV-Europe for a while now...

In the past they used to air older shows.
 
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Max

Senior Member
Jul 15, 2003
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#6
It's impossible to find on DVD. There's a whole bunch of copied ones on Ebay, but I want good quality.
 

Dharurat

Junior Member
Oct 16, 2002
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#10
mtv will continue doing those unplugged sessions, and once in a while they will bring out the CD's... it makes money for them, why should they stop?

pretty much everyone who's even vaguely "made" it will have a "unplugged" session at one point... nirvana, 10,000 maniacs, metallica, mariah carey, justin timberlake... u name it, they'll eventually sell it....
 

River

Senior Member
Jun 15, 2004
2,261
#11
++ [ originally posted by Alex ] ++
GNR's unplugged would be totally awesome.
Yeah its a real pity they never did one. Although you can get alot of acoustic versions of their songs on the net.
 

Dan

Back & Quack
Mar 9, 2004
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#20
you could be the new emma of the forums.. i wasnt there at the time but there were incidents that happened that somehow no one wants to tell me :fero: !!
 

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