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Nirvana Bassist to Perform 'Nevermind' for Album's 20th Anniversary
Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic is planning a Seattle tribute concert on September 20 to coincide with the 20th anniversary of Nirvana's "Nevermind." According to local radio station 107.7 The End, Novoselic is slated to perform the album in its entirety alongside bands like the Fastbacks, the Long Winters, Visqueen, Campire OK, Valis and more, though likely not Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl, who is slated for a Cleveland Foo Fighters show. ( 107.7 The End via Spin)


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Maybe they're gonna release more than previously stated? It's back @ http://www.amazon.com/Nevermind-Nirv...=3DLN395NOCJEQ and a release date of a month later. Plenty of time to manufacture more.

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Even though I said the price was retarded before, I went ahead and pre-ordered a copy, so thanks for the notice. I can always cancel later if I decide against it or find it at a better price.

This album means too much to me and defined my freshman year at college (along with Pearl Jam's Ten). I could live with just the 2 disc edition of Ten but Nirvana means more to me than Pearl Jam. So fuck it, I ordered it.

I see the super deluxe edition of Ten is still available but it is the same price as the Nevermind edition. It seems you get more with Nevermind. Does anyone here have the Ten edition? Is it worth it?

I've got a record player but never listen to anything on it except when I am burning old stuff that hasn't been released to CD. Other than the cassette (which sounds cool...but who fucking plays cassettes anymore), does it really add much more to the package?
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I really like the Ten super deluxe set but then again Pearl Jam is also one of my favorite bands. I have it and the Vs./Vitalogy box and they both have a lot of cool stuff that if you're a fan of the band you'll probably like and they're really nice packages.

They each contain the albums (obviously) both vinyl and CD copies, a notebook with art, notes, and etc., cassette tapes (the Ten one is demos Vedder made to audition to be in the band and the Vs./Vitalogy set is a Monkeywrench radio tape which is basically a radio show hosted by Vedder playing a bunch of different things), plus there's posters, some artwork, replica tour tickets and backstage passes, and a bunch of other little things. I was interested in getting the vinyls of the albums so that reason made getting them worth it to me. Plus in the Ten set there's a vinyl copy of a live show "Drop in the Park" which is exclusive to the set (vinyl copy only) as well as the Unplugged performance which has edits but is still cool to have.
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Jon Stewart To Hold Nirvana Special With Remaining Members on SiriusXM

In celebration of the 20th anniversary of Nirvana's "Nevermind," comedian and "The Daily Show" host Jon Stewart will be hosting a two-hour Q&A session with the surviving members of the band on SiriusXM, Sept. 24. Dave Grohl, now the lead singer of the Foo Fighters, will be interviewed along with Krist Novoselic and "Nevermind" producer Butch Vig. SiriusXM will also launch "Nevermind Radio," an all-Nirvana channel, Sept. 23 to Sept. 28


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Inside the 20th-Anniversary Reissue of 'Nevermind'
Nirvana members open the vault on the making of the classic album

One afternoon in April 1990, Kurt Cobain, Krist Novoselic and drummer Chad Channing arrived at producer Butch Vig's Smart Studios in Madison, Wisconsin, after driving 1,900 miles from Seattle nonstop. "They rolled up in a van," says Vig, "and they probably hadn't taken a bath or shower in three or four days."

The songs Nirvana began recording that day would eventually become Nevermind, the album that kicked off the alt-rock explosion of the Nineties. Eight of the demos from that week, including ferocious test runs through "In Bloom" and "Lithium," are among the never-before-heard treasures on the 20th-anniversary edition of the landmark album, due September 27th. The set, which will be available in versions ranging from a single CD to a five-disc box, was assembled by Novoselic, Dave Grohl, Vig and Nirvana's management, as well as representatives of Cobain's estate. Along with a remastered version of Nevermind, the multidisc packages offer killer extras including B sides, alternate mixes and an entire live show.

"We had this motel room, and we would go to Smart Studios and work every day," says Novoselic. The sessions were fruitful but not without difficulties. "Kurt was charming and witty, but he would go through these mood swings," says Vig. "He would be totally engaged, then all of a sudden a light switch would go off and he'd go sit in the corner and completely disappear into himself. I didn't really know how to deal with that." Although Nirvana's studio money ran out after five days, the demos they had recorded in that span were strong enough to score them a major-label deal a few months later.

In the spring of 1991, Nirvana – by then with Grohl on drums instead of Channing – regrouped in Tacoma, where they cut another batch of demos. "We were this transient band, crashing other bands' practice pads," says Novoselic. Whenever they found a place to play, they'd work on whatever Cobain brought in that day.

"Kurt was so compelled to write songs, so he'd always be banging something out," Novoselic adds. "He'd have these ideas, and we'd just kick 'em around for hours." They recorded the rehearsals on a boombox, and those rough tapes – including spellbinding sketches of "Smells Like Teen Spirit" and "Come As You Are" – are another highlight of the reissue package. "The boombox recordings are some of the coolest stuff for hardcore fans," says Vig. "They sound superlow-fi and dirty and trashy, really primal."

That May, the band met Vig in L.A. and began recording the versions that appeared on Nevermind. "We were really focused, no shenanigans or messing around," says Novoselic. "Every day, we'd go in around 11:00 or noon until 9:00 at night, just doing our thing." Vig remembers a more relaxed schedule: "They'd stay up all night and take drugs and go to the beach in Santa Monica, then wander in at three or four in the afternoon the next day. They were really enjoying a moment of freedom, and in the back of their minds, they knew they were making a great album. Those were fun times, man, before any of the craziness happened."

The band's first attempt at mixing Nevermind, though, was a disaster. "I'd be balancing the drums and the guitars," says Vig, "and Kurt would come and say, 'Turn all the treble off. I want it to sound more like Black Sabbath.' It was kind of a pain in the ass." They mutually agreed to bring in a hired hand, Slayer producer Andy Wallace, to do a final mix; the discarded, original mixes sat in a vault until the reissue.

Nirvana spent the weeks surrounding the album's September 24th, 1991, release on a whirlwind tour of Europe. "People were telling us that we were blowing up, and we were just like, 'Really?'" says Novoselic. The newly minted stars came home to Seattle's Paramount Theatre for a legendary Halloween '91 show that fans can hear for the first time on the deluxe reissue. "We were burned out," says Novoselic. "But it was a Halloween show, so we got pumped up and pulled it off."

Looking back, Novoselic sees that show as a turning point for Nirvana: "That was like the end of the innocent days. Then everything just got so huge, and it was hard to make that adjustment. I'm still trying to reconcile with all that."

Last fall, as the reissue was taking shape, Novoselic traveled to L.A. to play bass on a track for Foo Fighters' Vig-helmed album Wasting Light. Grohl, Novoselic and Vig sat around reminiscing for hours after the session was done. "We started pulling stories out of each other," says Vig. "It was a special night."

"It can definitely be emotional," adds Novoselic about those memories. "It's loaded with a lot of things. But if you just think about the music, that's what kept Nirvana together – we liked to play together, and we played together well. That was at the core of it, and that's what endures."


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$119.99 http://www.amazon.com/Nevermind-4CD-...=3DLN395NOCJEQ
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Nirvana's Krist Novoselic Q&A: 'Nevermind' 20 Years Later

Twenty years after Nirvana's 'Nevermind' exploded, the bassist talks about the album, the hype, the lessons learned, the re-issues, and what losing Kurt Cobain meant to him.

Born to Croatian immigrants in Compton, Calif., in 1965, Novoselic's family lived in Southern California until relocating to Aberdeen, Wash., in the early '80s. It was there that he met Kurt Cobain, who was impressed by Novoselic's passion for punk rock. After numerous invitations, Novoselic agreed to form a band with Cobain. Nirvana recorded its Sub Pop debut album "Bleach" in 1989 for $606.17 with Seattle producer Jack Endino. After several lineup changes, Cobain and Novoselic eventually partnered with drummer Dave Grohl and Nirvana released two studio albums on Geffen - "Nevermind" (1991) and "In Utero" (1993) -- before Cobain's suicide in 1994. The most famous band to emerge from the grunge movement, Nirvana has sold 25.6 million albums in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan. An avid political activist, Novoselic is helping put together the 20th-anniversary reissue of "Nevermind." It's due Sept. 27 on Universal Music Enterprises.


What role did "Nevermind" play in shaping the Seattle scene?

Seattle music got a lot of attention, like in the late '80s, with bands like Mudhoney. There was a period when there were stories in the English press about the "Seattle sound" and they were hyping it up. Either Nirvana was never mentioned or there was a brief mention. And we were like, "Wow."

Rock music wasn't really happening. There were these beachheads -- Faith No More, Jane's Addiction -- these alternative rock bands that weren't the Sunset Strip look and sound. They had songs on the radio and videos on MTV. They broke the ground, but "Nevermind" was in the right place at the right time, and the right record. It blew the whole lid off of what was called "alternative music," which is a label I never liked. Even "grunge" was way better [of a label] than "alternative" music. There was no alternative; it was the new wave of rock. That was a new interpretation and style of rock music.

Does it seem like 20 years ago?

I think so. Twenty years is a long time and a lot has gone on. But Nirvana for me personally has been prominent the whole way. It's been so enduring. First you're 16, then you're 18, then you're 21 and then you're 40, then 63, or whatever retirement age is. So there are these milestones. But regardless, the music lives on. People are listening to the music, talking about it and thinking about it. It's really neat. I never thought it would be so enduring.

How business-focused was Nirvana during that time?

We didn't have any business experience or knowledge of anything like that. Sub Pop was going to sign a deal with [Warner Bros.]. So by proxy, we were going to be on a major through Sub Pop. Kurt and I talked about it and we also looked at the environment around us. Every week there was news of another independent band signing with a major label. Then you had Kurt, who said, "I want to get on a label and get promoted and be huge." But he didn't want to. You know what I mean? So there was this conflict. And I just said, "Yeah, let's do it. Let's get an advance. They're going to pay us money." I thought we were going to have all this cash in shopping bags. But it didn't work out that way when you do your taxes and professional fees. Then you have to pay for your own record out of the advance. I don't even remember; it was like $250,000. But we spent it. Half of it goes right out the door with income taxes and other obligations.

Regrets, business-wise?

You sign with a major label, and you're doing these standard contracts . . . I don't know. There are two sides to every coin. They're taking a risk. Nobody had any idea that "Nevermind" would be this blockbuster. In fact, the label printed up like 40,000 copies, which is, like, indie gold. And that was supposed to last us for a long time. Then "Smells Like Teen Spirit" was in heavy rotation on MTV. It was added to FM radio stations. And people wanted to buy it, but they'd go to Tower Records and they'd say, "Sorry, we don't have it." So that just added to the phenomenon . . . But I don't have any complaints. There are bigger regrets and bigger issues with Nirvana than those financial business deals.

What other regrets do you have?

Kurt died. That's it. I'm not going to downplay that. It's all I can really say. It never should've happened. But it did . . . It was heartbreaking, to say the least.

What's the biggest impact Nirvana had on the Seattle scene overall?

We actively promoted bands from the underground. We were on "Saturday Night Live" and I made sure I wore an L7 shirt and a Melvins shirt. We'd talk these bands up because we were idealistic that music would turn people on to a different way of seeing the world. It's like the underground ethics of the world we came out of -- punk. I was probably pretty naive. We were accused of being sellouts because we were on a major label. But we could say that we were out there promoting a revolution [laughs]. So it gave us something to talk about in interviews, like, "Oh, we love Dinosaur Jr. and Sonic Youth or the Vaselines. You don't have to accept what's pushed on you. There's a whole underground." There were values that we grew up with.

How hands-on were you in putting together the upcoming 20th anniversary reissue of "Nevermind"?
I worked with our management, Silva Artist Management. They were working with the label. So we were discussing different concepts. The idea was to have a DVD and package that shows how "Nevermind," which I'm told is a seminal record, came about. So you can watch a concert of the band. We had this concert that we never really did anything with. It was filmed in 1991. So we worked on that -- mixing it and editing it. And then we collected documents.

We recorded with Butch for the first time in Madison with Chad Channing on drums. Demo tapes on a BoomBox with sketches of the songs. The first mix of "Nevermind" before Andy Wallace came in. So you can look at it and see that it took some time. And the band that is playing on the DVD had been playing for quite a few years. I think it was a good live band. We represented those songs on "Nevermind" very well. It wasn't all taped together, or cut and pasted on computers. It was a pretty good representation of a band.


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Rare Nirvana Concert to be Televised
'Live at the Paramount' will debut September 23rd

VH1 will celebrate the 20th anniversary of Nirvana's landmark album Nevermind by televising the never-before-seen concert movie Nirvana: Live at the Paramount on Friday, September 23rd at 11 p.m. ET/PT. The hour-long concert will be simulcast on VH1, VH1 Classic and Palladia.

The show, shot at the Paramount Theater in Seattle on Halloween in 1991, features performances of several songs from Nevermind, including "Breed," "Lithium" and "Polly," plus non-album cuts "Sliver" and "Aneurysm" and a cover of the Vaselines' "Jesus Doesn't Want Me For a Sunbeam."

Nirvana: Live at the Paramount will be released on DVD and Blu-Ray on September 27th. You can get a preview of the footage in the trailer below.
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FREE ALBUM: SPIN Tribute to Nirvana's 'Nevermind'

SPIN's August issue pays tribute to the 20th anniversary of Nirvana's Nevermind, and as part of our package we tapped some of our favorite contemporary artists to cover the influential album's 13 songs, in their original order. The download is called Newermind, and it's our gift to you.

We were happy that two of Kurt Cobain's personal faves -- the Meat Puppets and the Vaselines, both of whom Nirvana famously covered during their MTV Unplugged taping -- joined our effort. Below you'll find the complete album tracklist, with reflections from each contributing artist.

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Cool. That knocks about $32 bucks off my pre-order price!

I wish the boxset came with the BD instead of the dvd...or at least gave you the choice.
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The 4CD Super Deluxe Edition has leaked.

Kinda neat to get Butch Vig's mix of the entire Nevermind record and then the 18-track concert at the Paramount on the end.

I'll be making a purchase.
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i'll be watching spotify for it
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The 4CD Super Deluxe Edition has leaked.

Kinda neat to get Butch Vig's mix of the entire Nevermind record and then the 18-track concert at the Paramount on the end.

I'll be making a purchase.
Same here. Sounds great.
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Cool. That knocks about $32 bucks off my pre-order price!

I wish the boxset came with the BD instead of the dvd...or at least gave you the choice.
I also have it pre-ordered, for now. It went down another $10.


BTW it comes out at Best Buy this Tuesday as an exclusive.
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Nirvana: Live at the Paramount' Announced for Blu-ray



The only Nirvana concert captured on film is getting a Blu-ray release only at Best Buy next week.

In an announcement to retailers, Geffen Records says 'Nirvana: Live at the Paramount' will have a Blu-ray release on September 27 exclusively at Best Buy, with a retailer-wide release on December 27.

Coinciding with Nirvana's Nevermind album's 20th anniversary, the 1991 concert features the following performances: 1 Jesus Doesn't Want Me For A Sunbeam 2 Aneurysm 3 Drain You 4 School 5 Floyd The Barber 6 Smells Like Teen Spirit 7 About A Girl 8 Polly 9 Breed 10 Sliver 11 Love Buzz 12 Lithium 13 Been A Son 14 Negative Creep 15 On A Plain 16 Blew 17 Rape Me 18 Territorial Pissings 19 Endless, Nameless.

The Blu-ray will feature video restored from the original 16mm elements and remixed uncompressed 5.1 and 2.0 audio.

Suggested list price for the Blu-ray is $29.98.


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Nirvana: Live at the Paramount' Announced for Blu-ray



The only Nirvana concert captured on film is getting a Blu-ray release only at Best Buy next week.

In an announcement to retailers, Geffen Records says 'Nirvana: Live at the Paramount' will have a Blu-ray release on September 27 exclusively at Best Buy, with a retailer-wide release on December 27.

Coinciding with Nirvana's Nevermind album's 20th anniversary, the 1991 concert features the following performances: 1 Jesus Doesn't Want Me For A Sunbeam 2 Aneurysm 3 Drain You 4 School 5 Floyd The Barber 6 Smells Like Teen Spirit 7 About A Girl 8 Polly 9 Breed 10 Sliver 11 Love Buzz 12 Lithium 13 Been A Son 14 Negative Creep 15 On A Plain 16 Blew 17 Rape Me 18 Territorial Pissings 19 Endless, Nameless.

The Blu-ray will feature video restored from the original 16mm elements and remixed uncompressed 5.1 and 2.0 audio.

Suggested list price for the Blu-ray is $29.98.


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Has it been confirmed if the 4 videos are on this release? I'm pretty sure the Super Deluxe Edition states they're on the DVD in that particular release, but I haven't seen it mentioned on any of the Blu-ray listings.
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I was pretty surprised at how good they sounded at that show. Was some of that footage on the Live Tonight VHS from a long time ago?
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I was pretty surprised at how good they sounded at that show. Was some of that footage on the Live Tonight VHS from a long time ago?
3 or 4 songs I believe.
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Tempting, but with shipping it's close to $90. I like Nirvana but I can't justify spending that much on a single album..
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3 or 4 songs I believe.
Yeah, it looked familiar, especially that dancing guy.
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Originally Posted by gerrythedon View Post
I also have it pre-ordered, for now. It went down another $10.


BTW it comes out at Best Buy this Tuesday as an exclusive.
Is that a timed exclusive? I just noticed that my shipping date on the Amazon release isn't until the end of October.

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Okay, I am starting to get confused with all the different releases. Is that deluxe release on the nirvana website missing anything other than the dvd Live at the Paramount? If not, then I might do better to get it thru them instead since I want the BD of the concert instead of the regular dvd.
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my bad...i just noticed that it was all vinyl.

I am seriously considering picking this up at BB just in case the Amazon one falls thru for whatever reason.
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The book looks really cool. Only had a chance to look through it quickly though.

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