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Check Out Kurt Cobain's Bizarre Mixtape From The '80s

'Montage of Heck' is a total zone-out -- listen now.

If you're looking to travel more deeply into the mind of Nirvana late frontman Kurt Cobain, you're in luck: A '80s mixtape created by the "Lithium" singer resurfaced on the Web recently, a intriguing sound collage of popular songs, cartoon ephemera and music history.

"Montage of Heck" has been circling around the music world for a while now, but recently Dangerous Minds posted the gem, exposing a whole new audience to the weirdness therein.

Kurt Cobain's "Montage Of Heck" from SpaceEcho on Vimeo.

This mixtape -- featuring an impressive array of bands (The Monkees meets The Velvet Underground) -- is giving us over at MTV News serious flashbacks to our youth. I, personally, remember waiting hours to tape my favorite tracks off the radio -- and buying cassettes in bulk at the grocery store to create my own sound collages. Granted, Cobain's effort -- which he created using a four-track cassette recorder when he was around 20 -- is much more impressive than my own fumblings. Because, you know, he's Kurt Cobain and I was a child.

Check it out up there, along with a a list of songs and sounds used below:

“Montage of Heck” Mix List:

“The Men In My Little Girl’s Life” by Mike Douglas

“The Sounds of Silence” by Simon & Garfunkel

“Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!” by The Beatles

“A Day In The Life” by The Beatles

“Eruption” by Van Halen

“Hot Pants” by James Brown

“Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves” by Cher

“Go Away Little Girl” by Donny Osmond

“Rocky Mountain High” by John Denver

“Everybody Loves Somebody” by Dean Martin

“The Candy Man” by Sammy Davis, Jr.

“In A Gadda Da Vida” by Iron Butterfly

“Wild Thing” by William Shatner

“Taxman” by The Beatles

“I Think I Love You” by The Partridge Family

“Are You a Boy or Are You a Girl?” by The Barbarians

“Queen Of The Reich” by Queensryche

“Last Caress/Green Hell” covered by Metallica

“Whole Lotta Love” by Led Zeppelin

“Get Down, Make Love” by Queen

“ABC” by The Jackson Five

“I Want Your Sex” by George Michael

“Run to the Hills” by Iron Maiden

“Eye Of The Chicken” by Butthole Surfers

“Dance of the Cobra” by Butthole Surfers

“The Shah Sleeps in Lee Harvey’s Grave” by Butthole Surfers

“New Age” by The Velvet Underground

“Love Buzz” by Shocking Blue

Orchestral music from 200 Motels by Frank Zappa

“Help I’m A Rock” / “It Can’t Happen Here” by Frank Zappa

“Call Any Vegetable” by Frank Zappa

“The Day We Fall In Love” by The Monkees

“Sweet Leaf” by Black Sabbath (intro)

Theme from The Andy Griffith Show

Mike Love (of The Beach Boys) talking about “Transcendental Meditation”

Excerpts of Jimi Hendrix speaking at the Monterey Pop Festival

Excerpts of Paul Stanley from KISS’ Alive!

Excerpts of Daniel Johnston screaming about Satan

Excerpts from sound effects records

Various children’s records (Curious George, Sesame Street, The Flintstones, Star Wars)