Nirvana ‎– Love Buzz b/w Big Cheese

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Sub Pop ‎– SP 23
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Vinyl, 7", Single, Limited Edition, Numbered
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Limited to 1000 hand-numbered in red and 200 unnumbered releases.

Recorded at Reciprocal Studios, Seattle.

©+℗ 1988 Sub Pop

Debut single for the first volume of the Sub Pop Singles Club.

Even though not documented on release, this record was processed at (Plating/Metalwork) Greg Lee Processing (based on the L-00000 / L-00000-X etchings).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Run Out Side A): SP-23-A Why Don't You Trade Those Guitars For Shovels? L-31540 Kdisc
  • Matrix / Runout (Run Out Side B): SP-23-B L-31540X Kdisc

Other Versions (5 of 7) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SP 023 Nirvana Love Buzz b/w Big Cheese(7", Single, Unofficial) Sub Pop (2) SP 023 US Unknown Sell This Version
none Nirvana Love Buzz / Big Cheese(7", Single, Num, Unofficial, Yel) Sub Pop (2) none 2001 Sell This Version
SP 23 Nirvana Love Buzz b/w Big Cheese(7", Single, Ltd, Promo) Sub Pop SP 23 US 1988 Sell This Version
none Nirvana Love Buzz b/w Big Cheese(7", Single, Num, Unofficial, Dar) Sub Pop (2) none 2001 Sell This Version
SP 23 Nirvana Love Buzz b/w Big Cheese(7", Single, Ltd, Num, Unofficial) Sub Pop (2) SP 23 US Unknown Sell This Version

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benjamin.harrison199

benjamin.harrison199

August 5, 2018
Anybody have a copy available for a reasonable price? I’d like to get a low numbered copy.

Andrew_Lawson

Andrew_Lawson

July 30, 2018
Both songs are alternate mixes that do not appear on any other official release. Why Sub Pop has never repressed/reissued this is a mystery.
steamybrown2003

steamybrown2003

November 19, 2014
edited 4 months ago
There is a unique cartoon sound collage intro here by Kurdt on the opening to "Love Buzz". Aside from the fun intro, I think this is a different mix or take than on the album, this "single mix" sounds more raw than the album mix, bringing out a trippy 60's feel. Running time is 3:41 as opposed to the 3:31 album version.
depecheboy

depecheboy

October 10, 2012
things here are getting crazy...