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NirvanaBleach

Label:Sub Pop – SP34b
Format:
CD, Album, Reissue
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Grunge, Alternative Rock

Tracklist

1Blew2:54
2Floyd The Barber2:17
3About A Girl2:48
4School2:42
5Love Buzz
Written-ByRobby Van Leeuwen*
3:35
6Paper Cuts4:05
7Negative Creep2:55
8Scoff4:10
9Swap Meet3:02
10Mr. Moustache3:23
11Sifting5:22
12Big Cheese3:42
13Downer1:42
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Notes

Same pressing as Bleach slight difference with graphic layout on CD face - does not mention "Digitally Remastered" on the right.

Recorded in Seattle at Reciprocal Recording for $600.

© and ℗ 1989 Sub Pop
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Note: Booklet photos taken on:
1/06/90 - East Ballroom, Husky Union Building, University of Washington, Seattle, WA (inner)
2/15/90 - Raji's, Hollywood, CA (outer back)
These facts imply that this CD version was not released until 1990.

Released in standard jewel case.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 98787-0034-2 0
  • Barcode (Scanned): 098787003420
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): SP 34 (V) :· :MASTERED: ·BY NIMBUS·
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): SP 34 (V) · :MASTERED: ·BY NIMBUS·

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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  • MrsDinksMusicHoard's avatar
    Edited 18 years ago
    I had to mature a little to really appreciate this cd. I bought it after Nevermind, and wasn't ready for the unpolished, raw emotion of it. Now I prefer to listen to it over Nevermind. Track 11, Sifting, is one of my favorite Nirvana songs. You can really hear the pain in Kurt Cobain's voice when he is screaming "preacher said, teacher said, don't have nothing for you". Sadly, this track was never a big hit and rarely played live, outshadowed by the soulful About A Girl, and more punk influenced School.

    Jason Everman was credited as playing 2nd guitar on the album. He actually did not, he just fronted the money to have them recorded so they put him on it. He did however play with them for a while at some of their shows.

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