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Old 07-18-2013, 12:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Did you guys know that it's the 20th anniversary of Nirvana's album, In Utero? I only just got the album sent to me by a friend, but I've listened to it. I really like it but sometimes the noise can get a bit annoying. What do you guys think?
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Old 07-19-2013, 03:53 PM   #2 (permalink)
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What do you guys think?
I think I must be fucking old. I still somehow think of it as Nirvana's new album. And their best.
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Old 08-13-2013, 06:09 PM   #3 (permalink)
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It's not their best album, but when the competition is Nevermind, don't expect to take gold. This album was actually really well written in my opinion, especially compared to the rest of their catalog.
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I think I must be fucking old. I still somehow think of it as Nirvana's new album. And their best.

exactly how i feel

Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge On Seattle is in my opinion their opus

the 20 anniversary re-issue is amazing....much like the Nevermind one was...

Spoiler for track listing:
CD ONE - Original album remastered plus all B-sides & bonus tracks recorded at Pachyderm
1. "Serve The Servants" (Albini mix/original release) - 3:39
2. "Scentless Apprentice" (Albini mix/original release) - 3:47
3. "Heart-Shaped Box" (Litt mix/original release) - 4:41
4. "Rape Me" (Albini mix/original release) - 2:51
5. "Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge On Seattle" (Albini mix/original release) - 4:09
6. "Dumb" (Albini mix/original release) - 2:32
7. "Very Ape" (Albini mix/original release) - 1:55
8. "Milk It" (Albini mix/original release) - 3:54
9. "Pennyroyal Tea" (Albini mix/original release) - 3:37
10. "Radio Friendly Unit Shifter" (Albini mix/original release) - 4:51
11. "tourette's" (Albini mix/original release) - 1:35
12. "All Apologies" (Litt mix/original release) - 3:55
13. "Gallons Of Rubbing Alcohol Flow Through The Strip" (ex-U.S. bonus track) - 7:35
14. "Marigold" (B-side; "Heart Shaped Box) - 2:34
15. "Moist Vagina" (B-side; "All Apologies") - 3:33
16. "Sappy" - 3:28
17. "I Hate Myself And Want To Die" - 2:59
18. "Pennyroyal Tea" (Litt mix) - 3:36
19. "Heart-Shaped Box" (Albini mix/unreleased) - 4:42
20. "All Apologies" (Albini mix/unreleased) – 3:58

CD TWO – 2013 album mix plus pre-album demos
1. "Serve The Servants" (2013 mix) - 3:36
2. "Scentless Apprentice" (2013 mix) - 3:49
3. "Heart-Shaped Box" (2013 mix) - 4:41
4. "Rape Me" (2013 mix) - 2:49
5. "Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge On Seattle" (2013 mix) - 4:12
6. "Dumb" (2013 mix) - 2:32
7. "Very Ape" (2013 mix) - 1:57
8. "Milk It" (2013 mix) - 3:56
9. "Pennyroyal Tea" (2013 mix) - 3:32
10. "Radio Friendly Unit Shifter" (2013 mix) - 4:51
11. "tourette's" (2013 mix) - 1:35
12. "All Apologies (2013 mix) - 3:55
13. "Scentless Apprentice" (Rio demo) - 3:54
14. "Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge On Seattle" (Laundry Room demo) - 4:33
15. "Dumb" (Word Of Mouth demo) - 2:39
16. "Very Ape" (Rio demo) -- 2:21
17. "Pennyroyal Tea" (Word Of Mouth demo) - 3:31
18. "Radio Friendly Unit Shifter" (Word Of Mouth demo) - 2:40
19. "tourette's" (Word Of Mouth demo) - 2:14
20. "Marigold" (Upland Studios demo) – 3:25
21. "All Apologies" (Music Source demo) - 4:25
22. "Forgotten Tune" (Rehearsal) - 2:04
23. "Jam" (Word Of Mouth demo) - 5:44

CD THREE - Live & Loud: Live at Pier 48, Seattle, WA - 12/13/93
1. "Radio Friendly Unit Shifter"
2. "Drain You"
3. "Breed"
4. "Serve The Servants"
5. "Rape Me"
6. "Sliver"
7. "Pennyroyal Tea"
8. "Scentless Apprentice"
9. "All Apologies"
10. "Heart-Shaped Box"
11. "Blew"
12. "The Man Who Sold The World"
13. "School"
14. "Come As You Are"
15. "Lithium"
16. "About a Girl"
17. "Endless, Nameless"

DVD - Live & Loud: Live at Pier 48, Seattle, WA - 12/13/93
1. "Radio Friendly Unit Shifter"
2. "Drain You"
3. "Breed"
4. "Serve The Servants"
5. "Rape Me"
6. "Sliver"
7. "Pennyroyal Tea"
8. "Scentless Apprentice"
9. "All Apologies"
10. "Heart-Shaped Box"
11. "Blew"
12. "The Man Who Sold The World"
13. "School"
14. "Come As You Are"
15. "Lithium"
16. "About a Girl"
17. "Endless, Nameless"

EXTRAS:
18. "Very Ape" (Live & Loud Rehearsal)
19. "Radio Friendly Unit Shifter" (Live & Loud Rehearsal)
20. "Rape Me" (Live & Loud Rehearsal)
21. "Pennyroyal Tea" (Live & Loud Rehearsal)
22. "Heart-Shaped Box" (Original Music Video + Director’s Cut)
23. "Rape Me" (Live on "Nulle Part Ailleurs" – Paris, France)
24. "Pennyroyal Tea" (Live on "Nulle Part Ailleurs" – Paris, France)
25. "Drain You" (Live on "Nulle Part Ailleurs" – Paris, France)
26. "Serve The Servants" (Live on “Tunnel” – Rome, Italy)
27. "Radio Friendly Unit Shifter" (Live in Munich, Germany)
28. "My Best Friend's Girl" (Live in Munich, Germany)
29. "Drain You" (Live in Munich, Germany)

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I was on their mailing list at the time.

I remember they sent me a poster advertising Pennyroyal Tea as the forthcoming single a couple of weeks before Cobain died.
I think I still have it, I wonder if it's worth anything seeing the single was withdrawn.
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yeah....in all honesty i would say yes to that.....that single is very hard to find and worth quite a bit....i'm sure anything having to do with it would be worth something
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Old 08-17-2013, 01:09 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Their best album imo

one of the few albums that cover art reflects the sound of the album
such a well produced album too.. the guitar sounds great and the drums sound amazing! Albini did his thing..

the sound reminds me a little of the surfer rosa album by the pixies it has like a raw refined sound to it that is very loud and powerful
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I was on their mailing list at the time.

I remember they sent me a poster advertising Pennyroyal Tea as the forthcoming single a couple of weeks before Cobain died.
I think I still have it, I wonder if it's worth anything seeing the single was withdrawn.
That would be worth a lot. I went to a record store and they had a poster advertising a show that would've taken place after Cobain died, and the poster had been distributed just before he passed away. I'm pretty sure its worth was nearly up to $1000. I thought that was insane.
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I'm not sure it'll get that much.
A few promo copies of the single came out in the UK before it was withdrawn and they go for around £100
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I'm not sure it'll get that much.
A few promo copies of the single came out in the UK before it was withdrawn and they go for around £100
Aw really? Fair enough. Maybe our memorabilia is so pricey because Australia is in the middle of nowhere...
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