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NirvanaNevermind

Label:DGC – 424 425-1, Sub Pop – 424 425-1
Series:Back To Black
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, 180g
Country:Europe
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Alternative Rock, Grunge

Tracklist

A1Smells Like Teen Spirit5:00
A2In Bloom4:13
A3Come As You Are3:38
A4Breed3:03
A5Lithium4:16
A6Polly2:56
B1Territorial Pissings2:22
B2Drain You3:43
B3Lounge Act2:35
B4Stay Away3:30
B5On A Plain3:12
B6Something In The Way
CelloKirk Canning
3:43
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Comes with printed inner sleeve
Includes a voucher for an MP3 version of the album downloadable from http://ulocker.udiscovermusic.com/back-to-black/

Management for Gold Mountain Entertainment
Published Ⓒ 1991 Virgin Songs, Inc./The End Of Music
All Rights Controlled and Administered by Virgin Songs, Inc.
Produced by special arrangement with Sub Pop Records
Ⓟ & Ⓒ 1991 The David Geffen Company, an MCA Company
Made in the EU.
Silver sticker Italian Rights Society SIAE on back cover.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 720642442517
  • Barcode (Text): 0 720642 442517
  • Label Code: LC 07266
  • Rights Society: BIEM/MCPS
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1, Stamped): A33 9124 425 S1 320
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2, Stamped): A33 9124 425 S2 320

Other Versions (5 of 694)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Nevermind (CD, Album, Mispress, DADC)DGC, Sub PopDGCD-24425US1991
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Nevermind (LP, Album, Repress)DGC, DGCGEF 24425, DGC 24425Europe1991
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Nevermind (Cassette, Album, Dolby B)Geffen Records, Geffen RecordsGEC 24425, DGCC-24425US1991
Nevermind (CD, Album, Sonopress Pressing)DGC, Sub PopGED 24425, DGCD 24425Europe1991
Nevermind (LP, Album)DGC, DGC, DGC, Sub PopDGC 24425, DGC-24 425, GEF 24425-8Europe1991
Picolas_cage's avatar
Picolas_cage
awesome pressing. a bit of hairline scratches due to the sleeve when i tried to pull it out because the sleeve was just stuck to the record and i pretty much ripped it out after trying to get it out carefully. taught me a lesson of cutting the sleeves with scissors instead of taking the record out just to avoid hairline scratches. sounds awesome though!
WindsorHum's avatar
WindsorHum
This is an ok to good pressing but not as clear and detailed as the 2017 B2B one that was pressed from the Bernie Grundman pallas plates.. I have a fairly linear system and this just sounds too bassy on it - not saying its bad but once you compare to the other there jusy isn't any reason to listen to this issue.
WindsorHum's avatar
WindsorHum
This is an ok to good pressing but not as clear and detailed as the 2017 B2B one that was pressed from the Bernie Grundman pallas plates.. I have a fairly linear system and this just sounds too bassy on it - not saying its bad but once you compare to the other there jusy isn't any reason to listen to this issue.
DTaylorC's avatar
DTaylorC
Edited 7 months ago
The Universal "Back to Black" label is turning up a lot of reviews on this release page; perhaps reviewers are not checking matrix numbers and other specs before reviewing. From what I understand, this 2015 reissue/repress is from the 2001 "320" cut which had been remastered from the original tape. It tends to be darker sounding, with heavier bass than the BG cut. The BG cut that people are buying these days from big box stores, and on Amazon is most likely the 2017 Universal Back to Black version, and it should be reviewed and listed for sale on that page instead of this one. Unfortunately, the outer jackets for both this 2015 and other Back to Black reissues have been reported to be identical, with the only way to tell the difference between the "320" and the "BG" mastering by looking at the matrix numbers in the dead wax. Whether this is the case, reviews and sale listings on this page should all be for the "320" cut.
vicentebarlettas's avatar
Why is this version is being referred as a BG cut? It does not have his initials anywhere. The question is: is this version digital or analago?
Alessandro_B's avatar
Alessandro_B
Incredible but true... this is an amazon puirchase and the runout says "BG"... Amazing!
The sound is very very good, this re issue is a markable one! Very happy!!
zrturner's avatar
zrturner
Holy shit the stories are true! This is such a great pressing. Dynamic, big, open, spacious. Got it on Amazon for $30-$35 import
DocBateman's avatar
DocBateman
I got this version, because I was told that it is a Bernie Grundman mastering… just received the LP and checked the runouts… I was surprised to find out, that there really is a „BG“ etched in on both sides. So getting this LP for 22€ is a real bargain… the sound is crazy good. I don‘t have the original, but the 1996 MFSL version of it to compare it to. I find this BG version to be superior sounding. If you are looking for a REALLY good version of Nevermind without spending a few hundred $$, get this one. You probably won’t regret it.
oneworldcult's avatar
oneworldcult
nirvanas best album and i don’t want to hear anyone disagree. i don’t care that it’s "overplayed" ITS GOOD
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Unadvert
Cover Art: 10/10
Sound Quality: 10/10
Packaging: 10/10

Total: 10/10, Reccomended Masterpiece of the nineties.