Last October, A.V. Club music editor Steven Hyden launched his 10-part series Whatever Happened To Alternative Nation?, a year-by-year reflection on ’90s rock and his own experiences as a budding music fan growing up in a decade of tremendous promise, change, and disappointment. We’re now happy to announce that the column has been collected as an Amazon Kindle eBook for the ridiculously low price of $2.99. The eBook edition contains every column in the series plus a new Hyden-penned introductory essay exclusive to the Kindle edition. Relive the ups and downs of a decade that began with underground rumblings that would surface via Nevermind, become part of the mainstream courtesy of Smashing Pumpkins and Pearl Jam, and end in the flames of Woodstock 99—all from the safety of your Kindle, or Kindle-enabled eReading device.
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