The fact that Kurt Cobain's widow and the surviving members of his band Nirvana are settling their differences and allowing unreleased songs to finally see the light of day has fans of the band in a t

The fact that Kurt Cobain's widow and the surviving members of his band Nirvana are settling their differences and allowing unreleased songs to finally see the light of day has fans of the band in a tizzy. Of 3,458 people responding to a Billboard.com poll, 75% said they are looking forward to hearing the "lost" material.

39% thought that amid the unreleased material may be some of the late Cobain's best songs, while 36% said that eight years is simply too long to have waited to hear what the songwriter and the band were up to in the time leading up to his 1994 suicide.

On the other side of the coin, 18% said that those left in the wake of Cobain's death have already become rich enough from his legacy, and have no plans to support them further through the purchase of previously unreleased Nirvana material. Another 7% said that the bad blood between Cobain's widow Courtney Love and bandmates Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic has soured their feelings on Nirvana for good.

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