Nirvana ‎– In Utero (2013 Mix)

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DGC ‎– B0018959-01, Universal Music Enterprises ‎– B0018959-01
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2 × Vinyl, 12", Album, 45 RPM, Gatefold, 180 Gram
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A1 Serve The Servants 3:37
A2 Scentless Apprentice
Lyrics By – Kurt CobainMusic By – Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic, Kurt Cobain
3:49
A3 Heart-Shaped Box
Engineer [2nd] – Adam Kasper
4:40
B1 Rape Me 2:49
B2 Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge On Seattle 4:12
B3 Dumb
Cello – Kera Schaley
2:33
C1 Very Ape 1:57
C2 Milk It 3:56
C3 Pennyroyal Tea 3:32
D1 Radio Friendly Unit Shifter 4:52
D2 Tourette's 1:35
D3 All Apologies
Cello – Kera SchaleyEngineer [2nd] – Adam Kasper
3:53

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20th Anniversary Edition. Black Friday 2013 - 11/29/2013, Record Store Exclusive Release on 180g vinyl. Features expanded artwork with unreleased photos and includes a digital download card for "320kbps vinyl ripped AAC MP4s".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 02537 48347 1
  • Barcode (Scanned): 0602537483471
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Etched): B0018959-01A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Stamped): -29468- P. USA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Stamped): B 0018959-01-B2 -29468- P. USA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C Stamped): B0018959-01-C2 -29469- P. USA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D Etched): B0018959-01D
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D Stamped): -26469- P. USA
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other Versions (5 of 289) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DGCD-24607 Nirvana In Utero(CD, Album, DAD) DGC, Sub Pop DGCD-24607 US 1993 Sell This Version
0600753453049 Nirvana In Utero(Blu-ray-R, Album, Unofficial, Multichannel) DGC 0600753453049 Russia 2013 Sell This Version
GED 24536, 424 536-2 Nirvana In Utero(CD, Album, Promo, RE) Geffen Records, Sub Pop, Helicon Records GED 24536, 424 536-2 Israel Unknown Sell This Version
DGCD-24705 Nirvana In Utero(CD, Album, RE, Cen) DGC DGCD-24705 US 1994 Sell This Version
ES 2339 Nirvana In Utero(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Euro Star ES 2339 Poland Unknown Sell This Version

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conditionals

conditionals

May 19, 2017
edited about 1 year ago

Personally not a fan of the thin sound here, which is strange because I'm a big fan of Albini's engineering. 'Scentless Apprentice' in particular has all the bite taken out of that amazing riff. Kind of wish I'd picked up the original version.

Also, the photoshopping around the angel figure to invert the original background is just amateur.
Ulysses93

Ulysses93

January 15, 2017
How many of these were pressed? Usually a RSD release like this would be $50+ after a few years, but this has stayed between $25-$35 now. It's a great album and pressing by the way. There's some subtle differences in the mixes to that makes some of the songs actually sound different. Serve the Servants has a different guitar solo in this version. I think there's a few more changes like that, but I forget what they were.
DJCVR

DJCVR

November 18, 2016
A great pressing, no skips , perfect audio quality , just wish it was realeased with hidden " Gallons ... " track , but you can't have everything now . 4 1/2 stars !
firemandan

firemandan

August 19, 2016
In Utero is one of my all time favorite records ever! I was a young teenager when Nirvana came out and I didn't really catch wind of them until Unplugged because I lived in a small town with not much in the way of radio stations. Once I was made aware of Nirvana, I fell in love, I ran out and got all of their tapes. Yeah... Tapes!
Anyways, Nevermind of course had the hits, and I loved most of the songs on there. But In Utero had something else, it just sounded real! Even as a young teen I was drawn to it. It sounded darker and heavier and even the lyrics seemed more vivid. I wasn't sure if babies did smell like butter, but with the conviction of the songs, I was convinced they must!
I haven't gotten the original In Utero on vinyl as my friend wants to sell me his, but this one is great. Being a huge Nirvana and Albini fan, I won't mind at all having both versions.
If you are thinking about getting this, and you love this album, and you love the Albini sound, I'd say go for it!
rasoren

rasoren

July 28, 2016

What a treat to hear the album like this. It sounds like they're playing live in my living room. Quiet and bombastic. Great pressing.
CARPEYOLO

CARPEYOLO

January 28, 2015

dead silent pressing and ups the intensity of the recordings. this really rips.
steamybrown2003

steamybrown2003

December 22, 2014
edited 4 months ago
I was really anticipating this version of the album, and I must say the differences I heard on "Serve the Servants" pulled me in right away, but the rest of the album's changes are somewhat anticlimactic, ultimately they are not enough to make this release feel essential. Albini's "2013 Mix" plays beautifully, while furthering the band's vision of an album that is visceral, raw, and offensive, but goes backwards a bit on the original intention of creating a quickly recorded album, without a lot of tinkering for commercial appeal. Steve throughout the album brings certain oddities and accents in and up in the mix, a real focus on the instrumentation and arrangements, but overall the mix doesn't really end up offering anything that radical to the casual ear. It's an interesting listen a few times around for the diehards only, and I personally like the alternate take guitar solo on "Serve The Servants", but the "Original" “In Utero” was just perfect, and when comparing the two, “2013” doesn't seem all that necessary. I would have preferred the excellent "Live And Loud" getting a proper release on vinyl. Now that's something to anticipate!!!
Sagacity_Records

Sagacity_Records

November 4, 2014
Mine has two small skips during Rape Me.
jcooley3

jcooley3

March 25, 2014
edited over 4 years ago
Good album. Just wish it was pressed better. Defect on Side B that causes multiple skips.
drumminfrog

drumminfrog

February 16, 2014
one of the most 'game-changer' type listening experiences ive ever had with any remix/reissue ever
bias for nirvana plays no role in that too