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Nirvana - 7 RARE NEW MINT OBI JAPAN LP SET - TWO RARE U.K. RELEASES AND AN INTERVIEW PICTURE DISC AND 192 PAGE BOOK - TOTAL OF 10 PIECES OF RARE VINYL - All are out of print and some of the last pieces in the world. LAST COMPLETE SET FOREVER. DON'T MISS OUT NEVERMIND Rated the 2nd best recording in Rock N Roll History - IN 2 COLLECTORS OBI JAPAN COPIES THE ORIGINAL JAPAN RELEASE PLUS THE 200 GRAM JAPAN OBI RELEASE IN UTERO - JAPAN OBI Out of print pressing. UNPLUGGED IN N.Y. - IN TWO COLLECTORS EDITION 1ST JAPAN OBI OUT OF PRINT PRESSING PLUS THE U.K. GEFFEN RELEASE INCESTICIDE - JAPAN OBI OUT OF PRINT PRESSING THE MUDDY BANKS OF THE WISHKAH - JAPAN OBI OUT OF PRINT PRESSING AND BLEACH - IN TOW COLLECTORS PRESSING - 1ST THE JAPAN OBI PRESSING AND THE U.K. WHITE VINYL RELEASE BOTH OUT OF PRINT PLUS THE BONUS OF A RARE 10" PICTURE OF THE NIRVANA INTERVIEW & A 192 PAGE BOOK OF "THE DAY BY DAY EYEWITNESS CHRONICLE OF NIRVANA". NEVERMIND -- Recently selected as the Number Two Recording of all-time finishing second to The Beatle?s Revolver, Nirvana NEVERMIND was released in 1991 by GEFFEN. Included in this pivotal recording is the song that changed the direction of Rock Music ?Smells Like Teen Spirit?. If NEVERMIND'S sound is familiar now, it is only because thousands of rock records that followed it were trying very hard to cop its style. It tears out of the speakers like a cannonball, from the punk-turbo-charged riff of /Smells Like Teen Spirit/ onward, magnifying and distilling the wounded rage of 15 years of the rock underground into a single impassioned roar. Few albums have occupied the cultural consciousness like this one; of its 12 songs, roughly 10 are now standards. The records historical weight can make it hard to hear now with fresh ears, but the monumental urgency of Kurt Cobain's screams is still shocking. UNPLUGGED IN N.Y. - The last Nirvana collection recorded before the untimely death of Kurt Cobain, Unplugged caught many by surprise with its stripped down, neo-acoustic offerings with a bridled fury. When Cobain sings, "I swear I don't have a gun, I don't have a gun" with clenched teeth (instead of an open howl) and when the haunting strains of "About a Girl"--from their earliest LP--chills even with quieted guitars, you discover a new appreciation for the nuances of one of the greatest bands of recent times. Highlights include covers of three Meat Puppets tracks (featuring special guests Curt and Kris Kirkwood of that influential "college rock" band), the weepy cello on the Vaselines' "Jesus Doesn't Want Me for a Sunbeam," and their cover of David Bowie's "The Man Who Sold the World." Unplugged In New York was recorded on the 18th November 1993 for MTV's Unplugged show and proved to be a HUGE success in both the US and UK, posting No.1 smashes on both sides of the Atlantic - an exceptional feat for a live album! IN UTERO - Overwhelmed by sudden success, NIRVANA promised to take a harsher, more abrasive route on their second major-label release. Enlisting Chicago-based noise maven Steve Albilni, Kurt Cobain and company succeeded in producing a record that was violent, disillusioned, and deeply moving. Every song reads like a commentary on the cost of fame (Serve the Servants) and the unhealthy relationship between performer and fan (Milk It). There is no denying the sheer power of Kurt Cobain?s songwriting, his singing, and the bands amazing power. Cobain even manages a John Lennon-like mantra at the end of the heart-wrenching All Apologies BLEACH - When it first appeared, BLEACH seemed like a tuneful approximation of what grunge rock in the Northwest United States was supposed to sound like--gruff, enraged, sometimes tuneful, sometimes silly. Singer Kurt Cobain had the pipes to belt out such power trash as "Mr. Moustache" and the Shocking Blue's "Love Buzz," but considering the sheer volume of frustrated tuneage coming out of Seattle in 1989, it was easy to miss Bleach's subtler textures. In retrospect, "Negative Creep" and "About a Girl" are the obvious standouts that point toward the strum and bang attack that would catapult Nevermind to the top of the charts. But this is also a band without drummer Dave Grohl; his predecessor, Chad Channing (and also the Melvins' Dale Crover), while competent, is no Grohl. Producer Jack Endino gave this album the best sound $600 could buy. 11Tracks for Bleach include: Blew Floyd The Barber About A Girl School Love Buzz Paper Cuts Negative Creep Scoff Swap Meet Mr. Moustache Sifting INCESTICIDE - Track Listings 1. Dive 2. Sliver 3. Stain 4. Been a Son 5. Turnaround 6. Molly's Lips 7. Son of a Gun 8. (New Wave) Polly 9. Beeswax 10. Downer 11. Mexican Seafood 12. Hairspray Queen 13. Aero Zeppelin 14. Big Long Now 15. Aneurysm MUDDY BANKS OF THE WISHKAH - Kurt Cobain's former bandmates Krist Novoselic and Dave Grohl clearly had an agenda in compiling From the Muddy Banks of the Wishkah, the second of what will no doubt be a long line of posthumous Nirvana albums. Because of its somber, intense nature, the first post-Cobain release, MTV Unplugged in New York, was largely perceived as music for a wake--an impression reinforced by MTV's constant airings of the special in the days following Cobain's suicide. But that acoustic detour aside, the Nirvana live experience was always about displaying a lust for life--not a death wish--with all the energy the musicians could muster. Wishkah offers 16 songs spanning the band's career, all delivered in the loudest, most frenzied, and sometimes the sloppiest versions imaginable. In the opening "Intro," a snippet of pre-show noise, Cobain screams his heart out in joyful contrast to the haunted screams on "Where Did You Sleep Last Night." Then the group launches into "School," which ends with the spirited chorus "Don't be sad." Indeed, it's impossible to dwell on the maudlin when listening to these renditions of "Smells Like Teen Spirit," "Sliver," "Heart-Shaped Box," and "Negative Creep"--they're too loud and too full of life. But while it should be applauded, Wishkah isn't the great lost Nirvana album--there are no unheard gems to add to the catalog--and in the end, it isn't nearly as essential as any of the band's studio albums--or even the downbeat but revelatory Unplugged. 1. Intro 2. School 3. Drain You 4. Aneurysm 5. Smells Like Teen Spirit 6. Been a Son 7. Lithium 8. Sliver 9. Spank Thru 10. Scentless Apprentice 11. Heart Shaped Box 12. Milk It 13. Negative Creep 14. Polly [Live] Listen 15. Breed Listen 16. Tourette's 17. Blew
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