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The Vaselines, a Scottish indie pop group, released their second EP called "Dying for It" in March 1988, which was later included in their complete history collection called "The Way of The Vaselines". One of the EP's tracks, "Teenage Superstars", was later included in their debut album "Dum-Dum" in 1989. The song "Molly's Lips" was named in tribute to Scottish TV personality Molly Weir. ** Kurt Cobain**, an alternative rock icon, listed "Dying for It" EP as his fourth favorite album ever, and his band Nirvana covered "Molly's Lips" and a song from an earlier "Vaselines EP" in their 1992 album "Incesticide". Nirvana also performed a cover of "Jesus Doesn't Want Me for a Sunbeam" in their MTV Unplugged in New York concert, which was originally titled "Jesus Wants Me for a Sunbeam."