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NirvanaMTV Unplugged In New York

Label:Geffen Records – 0720642472712
Series:MTV Unplugged, Back To Black
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Repress, 180 Gram
Country:Europe
Released:
Genre:Rock, Blues
Style:Acoustic, Grunge

Tracklist

A1About A Girl3:37
A2Come As You Are4:14
A3Jesus Doesn't Want Me For A Sunbeam
AccordionKrist Novoselic
SongwriterEugene Kelly, Francis McKee*
4:37
A4The Man Who Sold The World
SongwriterDavid Bowie
4:20
A5Pennyroyal Tea3:40
A6Dumb2:52
A7Polly3:16
B1On A Plain3:44
B2Something In The Way4:01
B3Plateau3:38
B4Oh Me3:26
B5Lake Of Fire2:55
B6All Apologies4:23
B7Where Did You Sleep Last Night
SongwriterHuddie Ledbetter
5:07
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Recorded for MTV's "Unplugged" at Sony Studios, New York, NY on November 18, 1993.

All Songs Published by EMI-Virgin Songs, Inc./The End Of Music BMI except "Jesus Doesn't Want Me For A Sunbeam" Published by EMI-Blackwood Music Inc. on behalf of EMI Music Publishing Ltd./Complete Music Ltd. Administered by Incomplete Music Inc. BMI, "The Man Who Sold The World" Published by Tintoretto Music/Screen Gems-EMI/Chrysalis Songs BMI, "Oh Me", "Plateau" and "Lake Of Fire" Published by Meat Puppets Music BMI and "Where Did You Sleep Last Night" Published by Folkways Music Publishers, Inc. BMI
Curt Kirkwood and Cris Kirkwood appear Courtesy of London Records.

℗ 1994 Geffen Records, Inc. an MCA Company
© 1994 Geffen Records, Inc. an MCA Company.
Made in the EU.

2008 repress on 180g vinyl. Part of the "Back To Black" Vinyl Reissue Series by Universal Records for the 60th Vinyl Anniversary.

Includes a voucher to download MP3 version of the album & Back to Black sticker on the outside

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 720642472712
  • Barcode (Text): 7 20642 47271 2
  • Rights Society: BIEM / SABAM
  • Label Code: LC 07266
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped, variant 1): D33 9124 727 S1 320 79078E1/A www.gzvinyl.com-9124727-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped, variant 1): D33 9124 727 S2 320 79078E2/A 9124727-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped, variant 2): D33 9124 727 S1 320 79078E1/A5 9124727-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped, variant 2): D33 9124 727 S2 320 79078E2/A6 9124727-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped, variant 3): D33 9124 727 S1 320 79078E1/A1 www.gzvinyl.com-9124727-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped, variant 3): D33 9124 727 S2 320 79078E2/A 9124727-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped, variant 4): D33 9124 727 S1 320 www.gzvinyl.com - 9124727-A 79078E1/A3
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped, variant 4): D33 9124 727 S2 320 79078E2/A2 9124727-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped): D33 9124 727 S1 320 www.gzvinyl.com - 9124727-A 79078E1/A4
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped): D33 9124 727 S2 320 79078E2/A6 9124727-B

Other Versions (5 of 389)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
MTV Unplugged In New York (CD, Album, JVC)DGCDGCD-24727US1994
MTV Unplugged In New York (CD, Album, Sonopress Pressing)Geffen RecordsGED 24727Europe1994
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MTV Unplugged In New York (Cassette, Album)Geffen RecordsGEC 24727Europe1994
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American Acoustic Tour 1993 (CD, Unofficial Release)Unknown (P)P 910077Germany1994
MTV Unplugged In New York (LP, Album)Geffen Records, MTV UnpluggedGEF 24727Europe1994
jdubs138's avatar
jdubs138
Like many others, I noticed a light crackle and pop at first, but it wasn’t terrible. However, after only a couple of spins almost half of the songs skip, without any visible scratches that I can see. Definitely a pressing to avoid.
Gloomymonkey's avatar
Gloomymonkey
I guess I got really lucky. My pressing sounds great. Cleaned it when I got it, and there’s no pops whatsoever. The volume might be a little low, but there is about 27/28 minutes a side, so that’s to be expected.
Vinyl007dk's avatar
Vinyl007dk
Cleaned this record 10 times now because of all the crackle and pops, went to look at the reviews and see it's not just me that thinks this is crap. One more Nirvana unpluged for sale!!
Marknetick's avatar
Marknetick
Edited 3 years ago
Do not, I repeat, do not buy this pressing if you haven't already. Many, but not all, of the the Back to Black reissues from around 2008 are terrible, and are usually defined by the red stickers. The newest Back to Black reissues are the black sticker ones.

https://www.discogs.com/Nirvana-MTV-Unplugged-In-New-York/release/10898105
This is the 2016 Back to Black reissue, and it sounds great. I suspect that anyone who has a good review on the 2008 repress page probably has the 2016 repress instead (an easy mistake to make, seeing as both have the same catalog numbers).
Gothalgo's avatar
Gothalgo
Worst sound than bootlegs. Never buy Nirvana from Back to Black.
Skatan81's avatar
Skatan81
why do people make a digital vinyl ?? if i would care about digital i would get the cd ..
Marknetick's avatar
Marknetick
Edited 3 years ago
Don't know what people are complaining about with the "crackle and pop" and the dust. Clean it? It's perfect for me. The sound quality is great, and everything to do with the packaging is nicely produced. The picture at the front is probably as blurry as it was because it was taken in 1993--an aspect that is only to do with the camera it was taken on. Also, it wasn't remastered, it was reissued. Overall, pretty awesome.

EDIT (from over a year later): Okay, so I've always wondered what people had against a lot of the Back to Black reissues, because I've generally had wonderful experiences with them. The packaging is really good on some, amazing on others, the pressing is fantastic, never remastered, on 180g vinyl, and it comes with a download code. But, the thing that I've found with my Back to Black reissues is that the sticker on the cover is always black. And whenever I search these up on Discogs, they're always reissues from about 2015/16. The red ones are usually from about 2007/08, and they are the ones that always seem to have terrible reviews (they're also the ones that are sometimes remastered as well).

The pressing I had turned out to be a 2016 repress, and not the one from 2008 (an easy mistake to make, since the catalog numbers of both are identical). I suspect that anyone who has a good review on this page probably has the same pressing as me, and not the 2008 one that people seem to hate so much. The sticker on the front doesn't say Back to Black on it, but you can tell that it is still part of the same series because of the font and layout. Instead, like many other recent Back to Black Nirvana releases, it just says "Nirvana" (and underneath, it just talks about the download voucher).

Overall, my advice is that you keep an eye out for the more recent Back to Black reissues. I haven't had any bad experiences with them, and whenever I see a review of someone who has the exact same copy, they have always been good (unless they received a mispress).
gilmour1982's avatar
gilmour1982
Just put on the record player, for me is perfect and sounds great. Very quiet and no crackle pop. Excellent. I am very satisfied.
nrebrikov's avatar
nrebrikov
My copy was very dirty, sound quality was okaish at best
theyungcujo's avatar
theyungcujo
I can also confirm that this pressing has way too much snap crackle pop. Very disappointed.