NirvanaIn Utero

Label:Simply Vinyl – SVLP 0048, Geffen Records – SVLP 0048
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, 180 Gram


A1Serve The Servants3:34
A2Scentless Apprentice
Music ByNirvana
A3Heart-Shaped Box
Mixed By [Re-mix]Scott Litt
A4Rape Me2:49
A5Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge On Seattle4:07
CelloKera Schaley
B1Very Ape1:55
B2Milk It3:52
B3Pennyroyal Tea3:36
B4Radio Friendly Unit Shifter4:49
B6All Apologies
CelloKera Schaley
Mixed By [Re-mix]Scott Litt
Music By, Lyrics ByNirvana

Companies, etc.



Released in clear PVC Simply Vinyl sleeve/wallet with stamped logo.
"Limited Edition Vinyl LP Classic Albums 180g Virgin Vinyl Pressings Heavy Quality Sleeves".
Silver stickers

Includes 12" picture / lyric insert.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 44346 00481 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A [stamped, etched]): SVLP 0048 A-04-01- SEAN AbbEY R
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B [stamped]): SVLP 0048 B-04-01-

Other Versions (5 of 420)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
In Utero (CD, Album, MPO Pressing)Geffen Records, Geffen Records, Sub Pop, Sub PopGED 24536, GED24536Europe1993
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In Utero (CD, Album, DADC)DGC, Sub PopDGCD-24607US1993
In Utero (LP, Album, Stereo)Geffen Records, Geffen Records, Sub PopGEF 24536, GEF24536Europe1993
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In Utero (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Special Edition, Clear Green)DGC, Sub PopDGC-24607US1993
In Utero (Cassette, Album)Geffen Records, Sub PopGEC 24536Europe1993



  • pobox1967's avatar
    Simply Vinyl is hit and miss. The Nirvana SV vinyl are not good. They sound like a cd. the pressings are flat and well made, but the source sucks. Other SV lp's are superior like Dire Straits or Nick Drake. There are multiple AAA reissues available on later 320 pressings and these sound dynamic, i have heard the difference.
    • Nintari's avatar
      Edited 11 months ago
      I am literally listening to my copy right now. I'm the only owner, as I bought it from Simply Vinyl in the early 00's. It's a quiet pressing, very little if any surface noise. It sounds really good. But I have serious doubts about it being cut from analog tape, because I also have the original CD and they sound exactly the same. The only difference is the vinyl is just overall quieter because it's a vinyl record. There is ZERO difference in dynamics, which is sort of a dead giveaway, as the authentic analog pressing of In Utero has A LOT more dynamics, and it's very noticeable when you first hear it. This one doesn't have that at all.
      • chester0711's avatar
        Highly recommended pressing. Yes it’s a bit more than some more recent pressings but this is superior.
        • TheFleshExp's avatar
          Perfectly good sounding record. I’m sure it has been topped, but this is no slouch. It’s the only pressing I have so I can’t compare, but I don’t feel like it’s lacking.
          • josephblbuffalo's avatar
            My copy sounds excellent. I would recomend this pressing as a great option if you want a somewhat vintage copy in nice condition for a good price.
            • marcoprolo's avatar
              The Simply Vinyl 180 Gram von 1998 are in my opinion well made. I got two Bowie and a Sly Stone from this 1998 Limited Edition ("Limited Edition Vinyl LP Classic Albums 180g Virgin Vinyl Pressings Heavy Quality Sleeves". With the Silver stickers in that PVC Simply Vinyl sleeve).They sounded all right for me. And they ket the covers real original in The Bowie . Honestly that were my fisrt 180g vinyls. I gotta listen again to them to tell how good they are compared to others. I have a very well memory to them. Not sure if the Horace Andy limited 5000, 180 gram is also from Simply Vinyl... Did Virgin only press those in 1998?
              • themadmonk's avatar
                Edited 11 years ago


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