BY KC LIBMAN
If you aren't familiar with Nirvana's sophomore release, 1991's Nevermind, you were probably born after the Y2K scare or believe that music peaked when Rush released Moving Pictures. The work from the Seattle grungesters -- which brought true alternative rock to mainstream radio airplay with "Smells Like Teen Spirit," "Come As You Are," and "Lithium" -- is considered by many to be the most important rock album of the past three decades. We disagree. In fact, we don't even think it's Nirvana's best work.