Nirvana's 1993 album 'In Utero' is set to be re-issued later this year with more than 70 bonus tracks.
For a short time, Nirvana were the biggest band in the world. 'Nevermind' famously knocked Michael Jackson from the top of the Billboard charts, turning Kurt Cobain into an international icon.
Yet with enormous success came huge pressure. Recorded under a colossal weight of expectation, follow up album 'In Utero' remains one of rock's most divisive documents.
Set to be re-issued on September 23rd, the record will be expanded to incorporate numerous bonus elements. Alongside a standard edition, the re-issue will be available as a four disc (three audio plus one DVD) package boasting several unreleased records.
In total, the package will contain more than 70 bonus tracks. Amongst the treats will be demo recordings, B-sides, rare compilation tracks and more, with the full 'In Utero' re-issue boasting an entirely unreleased concert.
The 'Live and Loud' show took place at Seattle's Pier 48 on December 13th, 1993 and swiftly entered Nirvana folklore. Released in its entirety, the show will also be available on the standard package.
Here's 'Heart Shaped Box'.
'In Utero' will be re-issued on September 23rd.
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