Update: Facebook Denies Pulling Cover of Nirvana's 'Nevermind'
Update: According to NME, Facebook has denied taking down the cover of Nirvana's Nevermind album yesterday. "The photo on the cover of 'Nevermind' album does not actually violate Facebook's terms," a statement from Facebook reads. "Facebook does allow photos of naked children 'that are clearly unable to stand on their own' in a non-sexual situation — so, in other words, babies. Why? Put it this way — if a parent wanted to share some photos of a newborn with their grandparents, we wouldn’t want them to not be able to share them on Facebook."
Nevermind is set to receive a deluxe reissue in September for it's 20th anniversary. You can find the full track listing here.
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