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Recording the song was a change for Yankovic and his band. Usually, the group were forced to record several overdubs. "Smells Like Nirvana", however, was relatively straightforward in its musical composition. To promote the single, Yankovic created an associated video for the song that parodied the "Smells like Teen Spirit" video. The parody video closely mirrored the original; Yankovic even went so far as to hire several of the same actors and use the same set.

"Smells Like Nirvana" was met with critical praise and helped to re-energize Yankovic's career. Cobain considered the parody as a sign that they had "made it" as a band. The song is one of Yankovic's most successful singles, reaching number 35 on both the Billboard Hot 100 and the US Mainstream Rock Tracks . The song's video was nominated for a 1992 MTV Video Music Award for Best Male Video .

Yankovic later noted that recording the song's vocals was particularly difficult, because he was singing "for eight to 12 hours a day", which caused strain on his vocal cords. [3] For the verse where Yankovic mumbles the lyrics to the song, he placed several cookies in his mouth to achieve the garbled effect. [3] During the parody's musical interlude, Yankovic gargled water to the tune of the original's guitar solo. [6] The solo also features kazoos and a tuba, with the latter being played by Tommy Johnson . [7] [8]

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Sorano (ソラノ Sorano ), formerly known by the codename Angel (エンジェル Enjeru ), is a powerful Independent Mage and a practitioner of Angel Magic , as well as a former Celestial Spirit Mage. A member of the original Oración Seis , one of the most powerful Dark Guilds that once sought the destructive Magic Nirvana , [1] she was among the few remaining members who formed the Reborn Oración Seis , [2] and later joined Crime Sorcière along with her guildmates that formed the original Oración Seis. [3] She is also the elder sister of Yukino Agria . [4]

As stated by Yukino, Sorano was a beautiful young girl. She wore a dress which had white frills on the skirt and on the collar; a dark, short-sleeved blouse over the top of her dress; a light bow tied around her collar that fell upon her chest; and ribbons in her hair. She had light colored hair that reached just below her shoulders; the front portion was cut at about her nose level. [4]

According to Yukino, Sorano was initially a kind girl and was always supporting her little sister when their parents were scolding her. [4]

Recording the song was a change for Yankovic and his band. Usually, the group were forced to record several overdubs. "Smells Like Nirvana", however, was relatively straightforward in its musical composition. To promote the single, Yankovic created an associated video for the song that parodied the "Smells like Teen Spirit" video. The parody video closely mirrored the original; Yankovic even went so far as to hire several of the same actors and use the same set.

"Smells Like Nirvana" was met with critical praise and helped to re-energize Yankovic's career. Cobain considered the parody as a sign that they had "made it" as a band. The song is one of Yankovic's most successful singles, reaching number 35 on both the Billboard Hot 100 and the US Mainstream Rock Tracks . The song's video was nominated for a 1992 MTV Video Music Award for Best Male Video .

Yankovic later noted that recording the song's vocals was particularly difficult, because he was singing "for eight to 12 hours a day", which caused strain on his vocal cords. [3] For the verse where Yankovic mumbles the lyrics to the song, he placed several cookies in his mouth to achieve the garbled effect. [3] During the parody's musical interlude, Yankovic gargled water to the tune of the original's guitar solo. [6] The solo also features kazoos and a tuba, with the latter being played by Tommy Johnson . [7] [8]

" Smells Like Nirvana " Single by "Weird Al" Yankovic; from the album Off the Deep End; B-side "Waffle King" Released: April 3, 1992 (1992-04-03) Format

Singles from Off the Deep End "Smells Like Nirvana " Released: April 3, 1992 "You Don't Love Me Anymore" Released: June 19, 1992 "Taco Grande" Released: August 1992

Off the Deep End is the seventh studio album by "Weird Al" Yankovic , released in 1992. This album was the first album self-produced by Yankovic, after six albums with Rick Derringer . Recorded between June 1990 and January 1992, the album was a follow-up to the unsuccessful soundtrack to Yankovic's 1989 film UHF . Off the Deep End and its lead single " Smells Like Nirvana " helped to revitalize Yankovic's career after a lull in the late 80s.

The musical styles on Off the Deep End are built around parodies and pastiches of pop and rock music of the late 1980s and early 1990s, including the newly arisen grunge movement. Half of the album is made up of parodies of Nirvana , MC Hammer , New Kids on the Block , Gerardo , and Milli Vanilli . The other half of the album is original material, featuring many "style parodies," or musical imitations of existing artists. These style parodies include imitations of specific artists like The Beach Boys and Jan and Dean .

In 1989, Yankovic starred in a full-length feature film, co-written by himself and manager Jay Levey, and filmed in Tulsa, Oklahoma called UHF . A satire of the television and film industries, also starring Michael Richards , Fran Drescher , and Victoria Jackson , it brought floundering studio Orion their highest test scores since the movie RoboCop . [3] Although the movie made a little over six million domestically – out of a budget of five million – it was considered unsuccessful. [3]