"It was amazing,” he told Michael Azzerad. “I never thought I’d get to that point. I just thought I’d be in a band and maybe make a demo, but for them to play it on the radio was just too much to ask for at that time. It was really great. It was success and fame beyond my wildest dreams. More than I ever wanted. But once I got a taste of it, I really thought it was cool and I thought I would definitely hear my future recordings on the radio. And to be able to pay my rent with this band, it would be really great. It made us step up mentally to another level where it was a reality that we could actually live off of this. I didn’t think anywhere past ever being able to afford more than a hundred-dollar apartment. That was going to be the rest of my life - to be in a band and tour and play clubs and hear my songs on the radio once in a while."
— Kurt Cobain talkingabout first hearing Love Buzz on KCMU, now known as KEXP, the first station to ever air Nirvana. (source)