A special reissue arrives for the 30th anniversary of “In Utero” of Nirvana. The band’s final studio album was released on September 23, 1993 and featured the hit singles “All Apologies”which appeared in his presentation in mtv unplugged that same year, and “Heart Shaped Box”.
What does the special edition of “In Utero” contain?
On October 27, the landmark album will be reissued in various formats, including a limited eight-LP super deluxe box set, five CD super deluxe box set, one LP + 10-inch edition, two CD deluxe edition, and one super deluxe digital edition.
The three super deluxe editions comprise a total of 72 tracks, 53 of them unpublished.
Also includes two complete concerts, including “Live In Los Angeles” (1993) and the band’s last performance in Seattle, “Live In Seattle” (1994), plus six live bonus tracks from Rome, Springfield and New York.
Seattle-based producer and engineer Jack Endino, who helmed the band’s 1988 debut ‘Bleach,’ has reconstructed the live tracks from stereo soundtapes for the reissue.
Additionally, the original 12 songs from ‘In Utero, along with five bonus tracks and B-sides, have been newly remastered from the original analogue master stereo tapes by Bob Weston at Chicago Mastering Services.
The super deluxe physical edition boxes also include a removable acrylic cover panel featuring the album’s iconic Angel, a 48-page hardcover book of previously unseen photographs, a newly designed 20-page fanzine, a lithograph of the poster for the Los Angeles tour performed by a hot rod artist. Coop, replicas of the 1993 Angel mobile record store promo, three concert brochures, two ticket stubs for Los Angeles and Seattle, an All-Access laminate for the tour, and four adhesive cloth backstage passes for the tour.
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