Nirvana: Bleach (2LP deluxe edition) LP
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Marking the 20th Anniversary of Nirvana's debut album, Bleach, Sub Pop is reissuing the groundbreaking set in expanded and remastered form. This deluxe double-LP includes a never-before-released live performance, and special packaging.
Originally recorded over three sessions with producer Jack Endino at Seattle's Reciprocal Recording Studios in December 1988 and January 1989, Bleach was released in June of 1989 and remains unequivocally and unsurprisingly Sub Pop's very favorite Nirvana full-length. The album initially sold 40,000 copies, but was brought into the international spotlight following the release and worldwide success of the group's 1991 sophomore effort, Nevermind. Subsequently, Bleach has gone on to sell 1.7 million copies in the US alone.
This 20th Anniversary Edition has been remastered from the original tapes at Sterling Sound in a session overseen by Endino. The bonus tracks comprise an unreleased live recording of a complete February 9th, 1990 show at Portland's Pine Street Theatre and features performances of "Love Buzz," "About a Girl," and a cover of The Vaselines' "Molly's Lips." Like the studio album, the concert has also been remixed from the original tapes by Endino.
A 16-page LP booklet that includes candid photos of the band not previously released to the public rounds out this premier package.