In Utero (20th Anniversary Super Deluxe) by Nirvana on Apple Music

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EDITORS’ NOTES

The 20th-aniversary super-deluxe edition of Nirvana’s third and final studio album, In Utero, features the original mix along with Steve Albini’s never-released mixes for the singles “Heart Shaped Box” and “All Apologies” placed alongside the Scott Litt remixes that appeared on the album. Plus there's a 2013 mix of the album that further intensifies the sound. The Albini mix was raw and deliberately unpolished, while the new mixes bring out tonal colors no one’s heard before. All of these versions should make it fun for obsessive fans to hear the differences and should quell purists' dissent. Then there are the rare b-sides, demos (including instrumental takes for karaoke fans and Dave Grohl’s 1990 solo demo of his earliest composition “Marigold”), the recently unearthed instrumental “Forgotten Tune,” and the full-length Live & Loud show from Seattle’s Pier 48 on Dec. 13, 1993, which features the final Nirvana lineup with second guitarist Pat Smear. Incredible and intense.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The 20th-aniversary super-deluxe edition of Nirvana’s third and final studio album, In Utero, features the original mix along with Steve Albini’s never-released mixes for the singles “Heart Shaped Box” and “All Apologies” placed alongside the Scott Litt remixes that appeared on the album. Plus there's a 2013 mix of the album that further intensifies the sound. The Albini mix was raw and deliberately unpolished, while the new mixes bring out tonal colors no one’s heard before. All of these versions should make it fun for obsessive fans to hear the differences and should quell purists' dissent. Then there are the rare b-sides, demos (including instrumental takes for karaoke fans and Dave Grohl’s 1990 solo demo of his earliest composition “Marigold”), the recently unearthed instrumental “Forgotten Tune,” and the full-length Live & Loud show from Seattle’s Pier 48 on Dec. 13, 1993, which features the final Nirvana lineup with second guitarist Pat Smear. Incredible and intense.

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About Nirvana

Even now, years after you first felt its edges, the chorus of “Smells Like Teen Spirit” still sounds too dangerous—too loud, too ugly, too upset—for any mainstream. And yet, Nirvana’s 1991 single didn’t just mark an unlikely breakthrough for the Seattle trio, it upended popular culture in ways we’ve haven’t seen since. Punk became pop, grunge became global vernacular, industry walls became rubble, and frontman Kurt Cobain became the reluctant voice of a generation in need of catharsis, all seemingly overnight. Though his 1994 suicide would see the band dissolve just as abruptly as they’d arrived, their story is now rock’n’roll parable and their influence still felt—as punks, icons, Hall of Famers, purveyors of haunting melody and often terrifying noise.

  • ORIGIN
    Aberdeen, WA
  • FORMED
    1987

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