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She’s tall and big-boned and her shoulder-length hair is cut like a mop and dyed yellow-blond.The dark roots show on purpose—nothing about Courtney is an accident—and today she’s attached a plastic hair clip in the shape of a bow to a few strands.Besides, she had another ace to play: by late ‘91 she was dating Kurt Cobain.When Hole went to England, she wasn’t shy about either Madonna’s interest or her new boyfriend.The music ranges from almost pop to loud thrashing—the only real unifying link is that most of the bands are on independent labels and appeal to college audiences.“No one can get a seat on a plane to Seattle or Portland now,” says Ed Rosenblatt, president of Geffen Records, Nirvana’s label.Although these bands were quite different from one another, and wildly competitive, they were all dubbed “foxcore.” And when Nirvana’s album started to sell like mad, the so-called foxcore bands suddenly seemed commercially viable.
He also contacted Courtney’s lawyer, Rosemary Carroll, and Hole-mania began.
She gave lots of interviews and the notoriously fickle British music magazines, who adored her grunge-rock sound and her torn thirties tea dresses, proclaimed her their new genius.
“The British tabloids called me ‘leggy’ and ‘stunning,’ ” she recalls. It had a really big picture of me as a blonde and a really small picture of her as a brunette.
“Every flight is booked by A&R people out to find the next Nirvana.”Last August, Hole, which is much more extreme and less melodic than Nirvana, released on Caroline Records, an independent that is a subsidiary of Virgin.
The record is intensely difficult to listen to—Courtney’s singing is a mix of shouting, screeching, and rasping—but her songwriting, which has been compared to Joni Mitchell’s, is powerful.