22 years man. Its been a lifetime, more than enough time to buy a beer. It's terrible. The death is terrible. The loss of a parent is terrible. And selfishly for the general public like myself who did not know Kurt Cobain, it is terrible we lost his voice. God do we need that voice. He was a trailblazer in every sense of the word and now we're stuck with a copy of a copy of a copy in the form of just garbage music. I miss the new songs. I am grateful there have been new works of Kurts that have finally come to the light. I honestly thought You know You're Right would be the last new words I would ever hear from Kurt Cobain but thankfully a demo record was cut and a couple documentaries were made. They were enlightening and sad. It wasn't quite torture porn but it almost was. This obsession over Nirvana is not all that perplexing. The music is timeless and the man committed suicide at 27. Those two things will be linked forever. He was the savior of music much to his families chagrin and because of that burden (and lots of drugs and depression) we were not able to hold on to Kurt Cobain longer. 27 years and he lived a life time.