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The upcoming 30th-anniversary editions of Nirvana’s third album, “In Utero,” will include a total of 53 previously unreleased tracks.
Nirvana’s third album, “In Utero,” is set to be re-released in several deluxe formats to commemorate its 30th anniversary. Originally released on September 21, 1993, the album was recorded by Steve Albini at Pachyderm Recording Studio in Minnesota in just under two weeks.
The 30th-anniversary editions of “In Utero” will be released by Geffen/UMe on October 27 in various formats, including a limited-edition 8LP Super Deluxe box set, a 5CD Super Deluxe box set, a 1 LP + 10” edition, a 2CD Deluxe edition, and a Digital Super Deluxe edition. These editions will feature 180-gram pressings of the album, along with 5 B-sides and bonus tracks remastered from the original analog master tapes, complete live concerts from Los Angeles and Seattle, and a total of 53 unreleased tracks.
Additional bonus items included in the Super Deluxe box set are an Angel-on-acrylic panel, a 48-page book with unreleased photos, a new 20-page fanzine, a Los Angeles gig poster lithograph, 2 ticket stub replicas, replicas of the promo Angel mobile, 3 gig flyers, an all-access tour laminate, and 4 backstage passes.
Dave Grohl noted the difference between “Nevermind” and “In Utero,” emphasizing that the latter came out naturally and spontaneously, while Steve Albini expressed his admiration for the band and Kurt Cobain’s artistry during the recording sessions.