Friday marks the thirtieth anniversary of the release of Nirvana’s second album, Nevermind, but just in time for the holiday season, Geffen / Ume will release a set of multi-format resumes with a total of 4 audio and video tracks – 70 previously unreleased.
The release, which starts on November 12, ranges from the Super Deluxe Edition to the standard digital / CD and single disc vinyl with a 7-inch bonus. In all formats, “NeverMind” has been remade from the new half-inch stereo analog tape to high-resolution 192kHz 24-bit (as we all know what that means).
The various editions of this 30th anniversary edition have four completely live shows among the previously unpublished elements exclusively:
* Live in Amsterdam, Netherlands (recorded and filmed at the Paradiso Club on 25 November 1991);
* Live in Del Mar, California (recorded at the Pat O’Brien Pavilion at the Del Mar Fairground on 2 December, 1 recorded1);
* Live in Melbourne, Australia for Triple J (recorded February 1, 1992 at St Kilder Palace); And
* Lives in Tokyo, Japan (recorded February 1, February 2 at Nakano Sun Plaza).
The live show features two full-length live albums from the same period – “Live at the Paramount” (Seattle, October 31, 1991) and “Live at Reading” (Reading Festival of England, August 30, 1992) – as well as “From the Muddy Banks of Wisconsin”. Live compilation, which includes tracks from the Amsterdam and Del Mar concerts.
Four newly reconstructed live shows have been included in the “Nevermind” Super Deluxe Edition, which includes both vinyl (8LPs-180-g black vinyl-all premium tip-on jackets-plus the new 7-inch-A-side: “Endless, Nameless” / B-Side: “Even in His Youth” and “Aneurysm”) and CD + Blu-ray (5 CD plus Blu-ray-Amsterdam, full concert video live in the Netherlands, new re-creation audio and video in HD).