Nirvana ‎– Incesticide

Label:
DGC ‎– B0017746-01, Sub Pop ‎– B0017746-01
Format:
2 × Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Compilation, Limited Edition, Numbered, Reissue, Remastered, 20th Anniversary Edition
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A1 Dive
Producer – Butch VigWritten-By – Krist Novoselic, Kurt Cobain
3:53
A2 Sliver
Producer – Jack EndinoWritten-By – Krist Novoselic, Kurt Cobain
2:12
A3 Stain
Producer – Steve FiskWritten-By – Krist Novoselic, Kurt Cobain
2:38
A4 Been A Son
Engineer [Engineered By] – John Taylor (3)Producer – Miti AdhikariWritten-By – Krist Novoselic, Kurt Cobain
1:53
B1 Turnaround
Engineer [Engineered By] – F. Kay*, M. Engles*Producer – Dale GriffinWritten-By – G. Casale*, M. Mothersbaugh*
2:17
B2 Molly's Lips
Engineer [Engineered By] – F. Kay*, M. Engles*Producer – Dale GriffinWritten-By – Eugene Kelly, Frances McKee
1:51
B3 Son Of A Gun
Engineer [Engineered By] – F. Kay*, M. Engles*Producer – Dale GriffinWritten-By – Eugene Kelly, Frances McKee
2:48
B4 (New Wave) Polly
Engineer [Engineered By] – John Taylor (3)Producer – Miti AdhikariWritten-By – Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic, Kurt Cobain
1:46
B5 Beeswax
Producer – Jack EndinoWritten-By – Krist Novoselic, Kurt Cobain
2:47
C1 Downer
Producer – Jack EndinoWritten-By – Krist Novoselic, Kurt Cobain
1:42
C2 Mexican Seafood
Producer – Jack EndinoWritten-By – Krist Novoselic, Kurt Cobain
1:52
C3 Hairspray Queen
Producer – Jack EndinoWritten-By – Krist Novoselic, Kurt Cobain
4:12
C4 Aero Zeppelin
Producer – Jack EndinoWritten-By – Krist Novoselic, Kurt Cobain
4:38
D1 Big Long Now
Producer – Jack EndinoWritten-By – Krist Novoselic, Kurt Cobain
5:01
D2 Aneurysm
Engineer [Engineered By] – John Taylor (3)Producer – Miti AdhikariWritten-By – Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic, Kurt Cobain
4:35

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Notes

Released for Black Friday Record Store Day 2012.

Gatefold sleeve and individually numbered with a gold foiled stamp. According to RSD, this release was limited to 4000 copies. There are reports of some copies having higher numbers than 4000.

Inner sleeve has an ANV of "Chris Novoselic" for Krist Novoselic. Songwriting credits taken from vinyl stickers.

Track listing on back sleeve is misprinted: 'Beeswax' is listed as Side-3 Track-1 but is actually included as Side-2 Track-5, leaving 'Downer' as the real Side-3 Track-1.

Shrink Wrap Sticker Text:
"45rpm Audiophile Edition"
"200-Gram Virgin Vinyl"
"Limited Edition"
"Individually Numbered 2 Discs In Gatefold Jacket"

Code-Barres et Autres Identifiants

  • Barcode (Printed): 6 02537 20483 0
  • Barcode (String): 602537204830
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Etching): B0017746-01-LP01-A CB
  • Other (Side A Sticker Code): B0017746-01 LP01-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Etching): B0017746-01-LP01-B CB
  • Other (Side B Sticker Code): B0017746-01 LP01-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C Etching): B0017746-01-LP02-C CB
  • Other (Side C Sticker Code): B0017746-01 LP02-C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D Etching): B0017746-01-LP02-D CB
  • Other (Side D Sticker Code): B0017746-01 LP02-D
  • Other (Shrink Wrap Sticker Code): B0017746-01
  • Rights Society: BMI

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Cat N° Artiste Titre (Format) Label Cat N° Country Année
DGCD-24504 Nirvana Incesticide(CD, Comp) DGC DGCD-24504 US 1992 Vendre cette version
DGC-24504 Nirvana Incesticide(LP, Comp, Ltd, Blu) DGC DGC-24504 US 1992 Vendre cette version
GED24504, 424 504-9 Nirvana Incesticide(CD, Comp) Geffen Records, ЗАО "Юниверсал Мьюзик" GED24504, 424 504-9 Russia 2001 Vendre cette version
GEF24504 Nirvana Incesticide(LP, Comp) Geffen Records GEF24504 Europe Unknown Vendre cette version
DGCD-24504 Nirvana Incesticide(CD, Comp, RP) DGC DGCD-24504 US Unknown Vendre cette version

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fgi69

fgi69

28 août 2017

The sound and the pressing are very good! A must for every fans.
Maybelly

Maybelly

28 septembre 2016

I find this pressing to be delightful...just super.
Signed,
#0686 from Toronto
steamybrown2003

steamybrown2003

25 novembre 2014
edité 3 days ago
QUESTION - Why remaster “Incesticide”? It ain’t no Steely Dan record...

ANSWER - Because they can, and they did, twice over......and with that said, when I did a shoot-out (4 different times) between the original 1992 U.S. “Limited Edition Blue Swirl Vinyl” version, the recut (corrected) “ORG/RTI” test pressing, and this "20th", here is what I found.....The "Blue Swirl" original has a very loose, thrown together, “dirty” bootleg feel about it, which was the point of “Incesticide” back in 92’—a quick (but low profile) stopgap/cash-grab release, to help keep those naughty bootleggers from dipping too far into Nirvana’s newfound success, and to hold over those crazed “Nevermind” fans until the release of “In Utero” (it has been reported that Kurdt only said yes to “Incesticide’s” release, if he could do the album cover art). On the 92’ 1st press, openers "Dive", and especially “Sliver”, stand out as the most polished (production-wise), with a bunch of the remaining tracks sounding like what they are; demos, Peel sessions, and BBC cuts (some playing noticeably louder than others with a mishmash of production styles). "ORG" tones down the rawness of the recordings a bit as usual, but offers a well rounded, warmer, fuller sounding low end, with just a touch more separation, basically leaving the original dynamics and overall varied volume settings intact (you could say it keeps in “spirit” with the original 92’ release—dirty, muddy, thrown together...in other words, unprofessional like a bootleg). This "20th" however is an overhaul, every song gets cranked up and equalized with one another, not brick-walled mind you as mentioned in my original review, but it’s mastering is not as varied from song to song like the 92’ & the “ORG”. And although lots of new detail is revealed on this new 45rpm cut; the kick more pronounced, the cymbal splash searing (but a little too crispy for my tastes), vocals floating over the instruments, etc...I still happen to prefer the overall condensed sound of the 92’ release, with it’s less punchy, blurred, chaotic, distorted sound, for the entire mix melds together better, where as the "20th's" pinpoint separation tends to distract...I would generally agree with fellow reviewer rose1978's sentiments, that the original 1st pressings have set the bar for how these songs probably should sound, not simply because they came out first, but because they are purer representations of what the band really sounded like during the era of these recordings—visceral and “dirty”. However, it is undeniable that there are benefits to be heard here on this “20th”, the detail, as mentioned, is atonishing, “Aneurysm” & “(New Wave) Polly” in particular have never sounded more open!

Keep in mind that although "Incesticide" saw release after "Nevermind" (which had a very polished, “Larger Than Life” sounding production, especially when compared to “Bleach”), it was mainly an assemblage of material that really came from the "Bleach" era, which had a very low-fi punk sound. The release of “Incesticide” was also an attempt to sort of undo the overwhelming success of “Nevermind”, a “back to where we came from” answer to selling out. “Incesticide” was Nirvana’s very own bootleg of itself if you will, thus the title, “Incesticide”: to violate one’s self (to death?) , presumably before someone else does (namely BOOTLEGGERS!)...that is the original intent of this record.