Nirvana Debut To Be Re-released

Special version of ‘Bleach’ to go on sale

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A special edition of Nirvana’s debut ‘Bleach’ is to be released to commemorate the album’s 20th anniversary.

The remastered version will include a live recording of the band’s gig at the Pine Street Theatre in Portland in February 1990.

‘Bleach’: The Deluxe Edition will be accompanied by a booklet including unseen photos of the group and will be released on label Sub-Pop in September.

The tracklisting will be:
‘Blew’
‘Floyd The Barber’
‘About a Girl’
‘School’
‘Love Buzz’
‘Paper Cuts’
‘Negative’
‘Creep’
‘Scoff’
‘Swap Meet’
‘Mr. Moustache’
‘Sifting’
‘Big Cheese’
‘Downer’

Live at Pine Street Theatre
‘Intro’
‘School’
‘Floyd The Barber’
‘Dive’
‘Love Buzz’
‘Spank Thru’
‘Molly’s Lips’
‘Sappy’
‘Scoff’
‘About A Girl’
‘Been A Son’
‘Blew’

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