Nirvana’s In Utero came out 20 years ago.
I was working in a record store the day it came out.
It would end up being Nirvana’s last studio release, and it will be reissued this fall.
The multi-format release spreads more than 70 remastered, remixed, rare, unreleased and live recordings over configurations ranging from a 3-CD/1-DVD Super Deluxe Edition to a standard digital/CD remaster of the original album.
Material exclusive to the various versions of the In Utero 20th-anniversary reissue will include a veritable treasure trove of never-before-heard demos, B-sides, and compilation tracks.
The effort also comes with Kurt Cobain’s handwritten lyrics, the recently unearthed instrumental “Forgotten Tune,” and a demo of “Marigold,” the one and only Nirvana song Kurt Cobain didn’t provide vocals for.
There’s also liner notes by Bobcat Goldthwait, because that makes sense.
Also, the deluxe box set version of the disc includes a DVD of the complete “Live and Loud” show from Seattle’s Pier 48 on December 13, 1993, plus over 35 minutes never-before-released bonus material.
Get more information on the reissue here.
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