With the benefit of hindsight, 1991 was a watershed year for rock music. That was the year of Pearl Jam’s Ten and Nirvana’s Nevermind. A documentary released in 1992 even referred to it as The Year Punk Broke. The alternative revolution was just entering its golden age, as evidenced by the popularit
<b>Nirvana – Nevermind</b>: Conceived after Cobain and Grohl watched a program on water births, the iconic sleeve was eventually shot in a public swimming pool with three-month-old baby Spencer Eldon. When concerns regarding the image showing the baby's penis were raised, Cobain suggested a sticker saying "If you're offended by this, you must be a closet paedophile".
“Samsara” is also a concept of Hinduism although a much different spin on life and the afterlife: Samsara is the cycle of rebirth and choices that directly affect their next life. To achieve salvation you must stop “grasping” for life, once the concept enlightens you, you understand that you do not exist and stop “grasping” and be released from Samsara and achieve true enlightenment (same as Nirvana).