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Nevermind - 30th Anniversary Edition

    Commemorating the 30th anniversary of Nirvana’s seminal 1991 release this reissue is spread over four formats:

    5CD + BLU-RAY SUPER DELUXE
    Commemorating the 30th anniversary of Nirvana’s seminal 1991 release, the Nevermind Super Deluxe contains 5 CDs showcasing the newly remastered album from the original analog tapes along with 4 complete concerts from the Nevermind tour from Amsterdam, Netherlands; Del Mar, California; Melbourne, Australia and Tokyo, Japan. Additionally, a Blu-ray of the complete and newly remastered in HD Live in Amsterdam concert video is included along with a 40-page hardcover book with unreleased photos.

    2CD DELUXE
    Commemorating the 30th anniversary of Nirvana’s seminal 1991 release, the Nevermind 2CD Deluxe Edition contains the newly remastered album from the original analog tapes and selections from 4 concerts on the Nevermind tour from Amsterdam, Netherlands; Del Mar, California; Melbourne, Australia and Tokyo, Japan.

    1LP + 7 inch
    Commemorating the 30th anniversary of Nirvana’s seminal 1991 release, Nevermind has been newly remastered from the original analog tapes. The 1LP version has been expanded to a premium tip-on gatefold jacket for the first time and includes a brand new 7-inch vinyl.

    8LP SUPER DELUXE
    Commemorating the 30th anniversary of Nirvana’s seminal 1991 release, the Nevermind 8LP Super Deluxe contains 8 180-gram LPs showcasing the newly remastered album from the original analog tapes and 4 concerts on the Nevermind Tour from Amsterdam, Netherlands; Del Mar, California; Melbourne, Australia and Tokyo, Japan. Also included is a first-ever 7-inch for “Endless, Nameless” with B-sides “Even In His Youth” and “Aneurysm,” and a 40-page hardcover book with unreleased photos.

    TRACK LISTING

    Super Deluxe Edition 5CD (* Denotes Previously Unreleased)
    CD 1 - Nevermind (Original Album Remastered)
    Smells Like Teen Spirit
    In Bloom
    Come As You Are
    Breed
    Lithium
    Polly
    Territorial Pissings
    Drain You
    Lounge Act
    Stay Away
    On A Plain
    Something In The Way
    CD 2 - Live In Amsterdam, Netherlands (Paradiso, November 25, 1991)
    Drain You*
    Aneurysm*
    School
    Floyd The Barber*
    Smells Like Teen Spirit*
    About A Girl*
    Polly*
    Lithium
    Sliver*
    Breed*
    Come As You Are*
    Been A Son
    Negative Creep*
    On A Plain*
    Blew
    Love Buzz*
    Territorial Pissings*
    CD 3 - Live In Del Mar, California (Pat O'Brien Pavilion, Del Mar Fairgrounds, December 28, 1991)
    Drain You
    Aneurysm
    School*
    Floyd The Barber*
    Smells Like Teen Spirit
    About A Girl*
    Polly
    Sliver
    Breed*
    Come As You Are*
    Lithium*
    Territorial Pissings*
    CD 4 - Live In Melbourne, Australia For Triple J (The Palace, St. Kilda, February 1, 1992)*
    Aneurysm
    Drain You
    School
    Sliver
    About A Girl
    Come As You Are
    Lithium
    Breed
    Polly
    Lounge Act
    In Bloom
    Love Buzz
    Smells Like Teen Spirit
    Feedback Jam
    Negative Creep
    On A Plain
    Blew
    CD 5 - Live In Tokyo, Japan (Nakano Sunplaza, February 19, 1992)*
    Negative Creep
    Been A Son
    On A Plain
    Blew
    Come As You Are
    Lithium
    Breed
    Sliver
    Drain You
    About A Girl
    School
    Aneurysm
    Love Buzz
    Polly
    Territorial Pissings
    Smells Like Teen Spirit
    Blu-ray - Live In Amsterdam, Netherlands (Paradiso, November 25, 1991)*
    Drain You
    Aneurysm
    School
    Floyd The Barber
    Smells Like Teen Spirit
    About A Girl
    Polly
    Lithium
    Sliver
    Breed
    Come As You Are
    Been A Son
    Negative Creep
    On A Plain
    Blew
    Love Buzz
    Territorial Pissings

    Super Deluxe 8LP (* Denotes Previously Unreleased)

    LP 1 - Nevermind (Original Album Remastered)
    Smells Like Teen Spirit (Side A)
    In Bloom (Side A)
    Come As You Are (Side A)
    Breed (Side A)
    Lithium (Side A)
    Polly (Side A)
    Territorial Pissings (Side B)
    Drain You (Side B)
    Lounge Act (Side B)
    Stay Away (Side B)
    On A Plain (Side B)
    Something In The Way (Side B)
    LP 2 - Live In Amsterdam, Netherlands (Paradiso, November 25, 1991)
    Drain You* (Side A)
    Aneurysm* (Side A)
    School (Side A)
    Floyd The Barber* (Side A)
    Smells Like Teen Spirit* (Side B)
    About A Girl* (Side B)
    Polly* (Side B)
    Lithium (Side B)
    LP 3 - Live In Amsterdam, Netherlands (Paradiso, November 25, 1991) (continued)
    Sliver* (Side A)
    Breed (Side A)
    Come As You Are* (Side A)
    Been A Son (Side A)
    Negative Creep* (Side A)
    On A Plain* (Side B)
    Blew (Side B)
    Love Buzz* (Side B)
    Territorial Pissings* (Side B)
    LP 4 - Live In Del Mar, California (Pat O'Brien Pavilion, Del Mar Fairgrounds, December 28, 1991)
    Drain You (Side A)
    Aneurysm (Side A)
    School* (Side A)
    Floyd The Barber* (Side A)
    Smells Like Teen Spirit (Side A)
    About A Girl* (Side A)
    Polly (Side B)
    Sliver (Side B)
    Breed* (Side B)
    Come As You Are* (Side B)
    Lithium* (Side B)
    Territorial Pissings* (Side B)
    LP 5 - Live In Melbourne, Australia For Triple J (The Palace, St. Kilda, February 1, 1992)*
    Aneurysm (Side A)
    Drain You (Side A)
    School (Side A)
    Sliver (Side A)
    About A Girl (Side B)
    Come As You Are (Side B)
    Lithium (Side B)
    Breed (Side B)
    Polly (Side B)
    LP 6 - Live In Melbourne, Australia For Triple J (The Palace, St. Kilda, February 1, 1992)* (continued)
    Lounge Act (Side A)
    In Bloom (Side A)
    Love Buzz (Side A)
    Smells Like Teen Spirit (Side A)
    Feedback Jam (Side B)
    Negative Creep (Side B)
    On A Plain (Side B)
    Blew (Side B)
    LP 7 - Live In Tokyo, Japan (Nakano Sunplaza, February 19, 1992)*
    Negative Creep (Side A)
    Been A Son (Side A)
    On A Plain (Side A)
    Blew (Side A)
    Come As You Are (Side A)
    Lithium (Side B)
    Breed (Side B)
    Sliver (Side B)
    Drain You (Side B)
    LP 8 - Live In Tokyo, Japan (Nakano Sunplaza, February 19, 1992)* (continued)
    About A Girl (Side A)
    School (Side A)
    Aneurysm (Side A)
    Love Buzz (Side A)
    Polly (Side B)
    Territorial Pissings (Side B)
    Smells Like Teen Spirit (Side B)
    7"
    Endless, Nameless (Side A)
    Even In His Youth (Side B)
    Aneurysm (Side B)

    Deluxe Edition 2CD (* Denotes Previously Unreleased)
    CD 1 - Nevermind (Original Album Remastered)
    Smells Like Teen Spirit
    In Bloom
    Come As You Are
    Breed
    Lithium
    Polly
    Territorial Pissings
    Drain You
    Lounge Act
    Stay Away
    On A Plain
    Something In The Way
    CD 2 - Live On Nevermind Tour
    Negative Creep (Live In Tokyo, Japan 1992)*
    Been A Son (Live In Tokyo, Japan 1992) *
    On A Plain (Live In Tokyo, Japan 1992) *
    Blew (Live In Tokyo, Japan 1992) *
    Aneurysm (Live In Melbourne, Australia For Triple J 1992) *
    Drain You (Live In Melbourne, Australia For Triple J 1992) *
    School (Live In Melbourne, Australia For Triple J 1992) *
    Lounge Act (Live In Melbourne, Australia For Triple J 1992) *
    Sliver (Live In Del Mar, California 1991)
    Breed (Live In Del Mar, California 1991) *
    Come As You Are (Live In Del Mar, California 1991) *
    Lithium (Live In Del Mar, California 1991) *
    Floyd The Barber (Live At The Paradiso, Amsterdam 1991) *
    Smells Like Teen Spirit (Live At The Paradiso, Amsterdam 1991) *
    About A Girl (Live At The Paradiso, Amsterdam 1991) *
    Territorial Pissings (Live At The Paradiso, Amsterdam 1991) *

    1LP + 7"
    LP 1
    Smells Like Teen Spirit (Side A)
    In Bloom (Side A)
    Come As You Are (Side A)
    Breed (Side A)
    Lithium (Side A)
    Polly (Side A)
    Territorial Pissings (Side B)
    Drain You (Side B)
    Lounge Act (Side B)
    Stay Away (Side B)
    On A Plain (Side B)
    Something In The Way (Side B)
    7"
    Endless, Nameless (Side A)
    Even In His Youth (Side B)
    Aneurysm (Side B)

    Wives

    Waving Past Nirvana

      Wide-eyed and hyper-aware, Wives' sound pulses with urgency. The quartet are the latest fit in a long lineage of New York's gritty, melodic-tinged punk-hook-driven, grungy dark-wave that's tethered to daily anxiety without resorting to cynicism. Both the noisy dissonance of Sonic Youth and the clever, cerebral sneering of The Fall simmer as touchstones within the band's music.

      'Waving Past Nirvana' trudges forward, a sort of thesis for Wives' sound. It delves unabashedly into feeling removed, its narrator rejecting spiritual enlightenment, literally 'waving past nirvana'. The swaggering cut pulls from the swaying beat of '80s rap, while the chorus jumps forward a decade into a grunge-tinged, anthemic roar.

      The band's vocalist, guitarist and primary songwriter, Jay Beach offers: "'Waving Past Nirvana' is a literal interpretation of the bodhisattva—one who has achieved the release, the awakened eye, and yet wants to trade it back for the painful life of desire because she/he/they predominantly feels compassion. This "entering back into the world" to fight a fool's battle is the essence of 'Waving Past Nirvana', and the video depicts one young woman's journey along these lines."

      Said video comes directed by Milah Libin (Beach Fossils, Princess Nokia), who adds, "When I listened to 'Waving Past Nirvana' it evoked the beauty and the mundane in a never-ending routine. The closeness to finding some sort of fulfillment, or "nirvana," that keeps bringing one back. It happens to all types of people, but particularly in New York where the beat is so fast and so many come here searching. It's not quite sad; there's something admirable in that search – a sort of dedication.”


      TRACK LISTING

      A1. Waving Past Nirvana
      B1. Kinda Like You

      Nirvana

      Bleach

        Originally recorded over three sessions with producer Jack Endino at Seattle’s Reciprocal Recording Studios in December 1988 and January 1989, ‘Bleach’ was released in June 1989 and remains unequivocally / unsurprisingly Sub Pop’s very favourite Nirvana full length. The album initially sold 40,000 copies but was brought into the international spotlight following the release and worldwide success of their 1991 sophomore effort, ‘Nevermind’. Subsequently ‘Bleach’ went on to sell 1.7 million copies in the US alone.

        Nirvana

        Nevermind - 180 Gram Vinyl Edition

          Released in September 1991, Nirvana's sophomore album and major label debut elevated Kurt Cobain, Krist Novoselic and Dave Grohl from a critically acclaimed Aberdeen, Washington, cult band to generational spokesmen who'd unwittingly created a cultural shift and musical touchstone. Rising to No. 1 the world over and ultimately selling over 30 million copies worldwide, Nevermind would come to be much more than one of the most successful and influential albums of its or any era. 

          As the album that returned unaffected rock ’n’ roll integrity and passion to the top of the charts, Nevermind would prove a singular inspiration to fans and musicians alike over the last two decades-and will undoubtedly do so for generations to come.

          Nirvana

          In Utero - Back To Black Edition

            To say that Nirvana's third and ultimately final studio album In Utero was 1993's most polarizing record would be the understatement of a decade. The unadorned sonic rawness of Steve Albini's recording laid bare every primal nuance of the most confrontational yet vulnerable material Kurt Cobain, Krist Novoselic and Dave Grohl would ever record. And with its 1991 predecessor Nevermind having sold some 30 million copies, singlehandedly returning honest rock ’n’ roll to the top of the pop charts, In Utero was essentially the first record Nirvana would make with any expectations from the public. 

            So from the opening quasi-shamble melodics of "Serve The Servants" through the bittersweet closing strains of "All Apologies," In Utero was the sound of the most incredible yet conflicted rock ‘n’ roll band of the era at the peak of its powers coming to terms with a generational spokes-band mantle they'd never seen coming—and ultimately surmounting these struggles to make the record they needed to make. 

            As Rolling Stone's David Fricke said in his review at the time, "In Utero is a lot of things—brilliant, corrosive, enraged and thoughtful, most of them all at once. But more than anything, it's a triumph of the will." 

            TRACK LISTING

            1. Serve The Servants
            2. Scentless Apprentice
            3. Heart-Shaped Box
            4. Rape Me
            5. Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge On Seattle
            6. Dumb
            7. Very Ape
            8. Milk It
            9. Pennyroyal Tea
            10. Radio Friendly Unit Shifter
            11. Tourette's
            12. All Apologies

            Nirvana

            The Story Of Simon Simopath

              The classic 60s group Nirvana get the remastered treatment with bonus material and enhanced packaging.

              Nirvana

              To Markos III

                First time on CD, this classic 60s group's rare third album is remastered with enhanced packaging.


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