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Monday, August 17, 2009

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Nirvana “Bleach” 20th Anniversary Reissue on the Way from Sub Pop

In the, "in case you didn’t feel old this morning department…" Nirvana’s debut album Bleach is being reissued by Sub Pop in a 20th anniversary deluxe edition. The expanded CD and double LP - on white vinyl (the first run of Bleach was also on white vinyl as well) includes a never-before-released live performance from 1990 at Portland's Pine Street Theatre. A comprehensive booklet will also be included: 48 pages on CD and 16 on LP, featuring many previously unseen photographs.

The 20th anniversary edition is due November 3rd. Jack Endino, the album's original producer, oversaw the remastering process which was done from the original tapes. Curiously, those original recording sessions were said to have been completed for a cost of $606.00. The album initially sold 40,000 copies, but was brought into the international spotlight following the release and worldwide success of Nirvana's 1991 sophomore effort, Nevermind. Subsequently Bleach went on to sell 1.7 million copies in the US alone, according to Nielsen SoundScan numbers.

Bleach: Deluxe Edition:

01 Blew
02 Floyd the Barber
03 About a Girl
04 School
05 Love Buzz
06 Paper Cuts
07 Negative Creep
08 Scoff
09 Swap Meet
10 Mr. Moustache
11 Sifting
12 Big Cheese
13 Downer

Live at Pine Street Theatre:

01 Intro
02 School
03 Floyd the Barber
04 Dive
05 Love Buzz
06 Spank Thru
07 Molly's Lips
08 Sappy
09 Scoff
10 About a Girl
11 Been a Son
12 Blew

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is that a picture of kurt or the Nickleback dude with his guitar on the wrong way?

cp

Barbara Bruederlin said...

The Stone Roses s/t is having a 20th anniversary reissue as well. In case merely feeling old wasn't quite demoralizing enough.

moe said...

20 years! I can't believe it's been that long. It brings back some good memories. Didn't you used to have dark hair back then?

Phronk said...

Awesome. I think this is the only Nirvana album I never bothered getting, so maybe now is the time.