They should have to pay “twice the industry standard” for this great music!!

Nirvana’s music a flop for firm
Nirvana’s music has proven to be a dud among advertisers and Hollywood studio executives – because few want to pay to use it in commercials and TV shows.
A company called Primary Wave Music Publishing bought a 50 per cent stake in Kurt Cobain’s music publiching rights from widow Courtney Love in 2006 – for a reported $50 million – but bosses have had little luck making their investment pay off.
Business website reports plans to place Nirvana songs in TV commercials, video games, ad campaigns and movies have backfired, and, as the 15th anniversary of the rock star’s death approaches, Primary Wave chiefs have earned just over $2 million on their investment.
A source tells the website that one deal to license a number of Nirvana songs to TV bosses at CBS for an episode of CSI: Miami fell through when Love, Primary Wave bosses and Cobain’s former bandmates asked for “twice the industry standard” in licensing fees.
Cobain committed suicide at his home in Seattle, Washington on 8 April, 1994.