Exhaust Port, sounds like just because you don't like Nirvana you ignore their place in music history. You want to discount them and act like they had no impact on rock music. Well, too bad. They have solidified a place in rock history whether you like them or not. And nothing you can say or do can remove them from their position. If we ask 10 experts or music historians or whatever you want to call them (music magazine editors), I am sure at least 9 out of 10 will tell you that, YES, Nirvana has an important place in music history and Nirvana changed music. If you don't believe me, do your research. And I'll do mine...and we'll see what the "experts" of music believe...not just two guys on a Star Wars forum with different opinions. Ask them if they believe Nirvana has a solid place in rock history. And most people who "really know their stuff" about the history of rock music will agree about their relevant spot in history.
I might not like Elvis, but I acknowledge his part in rock. I might not like metallica but I acknowledge thier part in metal, same with BS. Just because I don't like them, I shouldn't blow them off as overrated and "suckie".