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NirvanaBleach

Label:Sub Pop – SP 34
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Grunge

Tracklist

A1Blew2:55
A2Floyd The Barber2:18
A3About A Girl2:48
A4School2:42
A5Love Buzz
Written-ByRobby Van Leeuwen*
3:35
A6Paper Cuts4:06
B1Negative Creep2:55
B2Scoff4:10
B3Swap Meet3:03
B4Mr. Moustache3:24
B5Sifting5:22
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Notes

2nd pressing of 2,000 copies on black vinyl. May include either a Nirvana / Sub Pop poster or an letter-sized insert form for the Sub Pop Singles Club.

No barcode on back cover. Shares the same non-barcoded cover as the 1st pressing (white vinyl) and 3rd pressing (colored vinyl, pressed through Erika.)

Jason Everman did not actually play any guitar on the album but at the time was playing live with the band, thus his name was included in the credits.

Recorded in Seattle at Reciprocal Recording for $600.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): SP-34-A Kdisc ch L.32926
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): SP-34-B Kdisc ch L.3296̶26.X

Other Versions (5 of 380)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Bleach (LP, Album)Tupelo Recording Company, Tupelo Recording CompanyTUPLP6, TUP LP6UK1989
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Bleach (LP, Album, White)Tupelo Recording Company, Tupelo Recording CompanyTUPLP6, TUP LP6UK1989
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Bleach (CD, Album)Tupelo Recording Company, Tupelo Recording CompanyTUPCD6, TUP CD6UK1989
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Bleach (LP, Album, Blue, Blue Text)Waterfront RecordsDAMP 114Australia1989
Bleach (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Green Dark)Tupelo Recording Company, Tupelo Recording CompanyTUPLP6, TUP LP6UK1989

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  • FollowTheRabbit's avatar
    So the scammers got this one too. Why would you think this record would go for 150 NM 4 times?
    • anagrama's avatar
      anagrama
      I have a long-standing suspicion that, while 2000 copies may have been issued with posters, there were considerably more than that manufactured and sold without posters. Just a hunch, but it's a pretty strong one.
      • pirkejas's avatar
        pirkejas
        It is commonly mentioned that this album has been recorded for about ONLY 600 US Dollars, meaning that there's nothing to expect out of its sound quality and that it cannot compete with the "big" albums that were recorded for hundreds of thousands of dollars. The cost of recording this album and the time that it has been recorded in, to most people, immediately determines this album to be in a category of albums that cannot even be compared to albums like Metallica (that cost them millions and took a whole year to produce). That is an amateurish and snob viewpoint. Everything in the music depends not on money spent. Some brilliant works of art can be created in small amounts of time and with no big expenses. I do not mean that Bleach is one of these masterpieces, but I just imply that this information about recording cost and time should be abandoned, forgotten when evaluating an record. A record is a work of art and it's production costs should not overshadow itself.

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