Nirvana releasing 30th anniversary edition of 'In Utero' with 53 unreleased tracks

Arriving in October
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To celebrate the 30th anniversary of In Utero, Nirvana is releasing a deluxe reissue of the album featuring 53 unreleased tracks, set to drop on October 27.

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Previously reissued in 2013 to coincide with its 20th anniversary, the newly even more expanded tracklist includes two complete In Utero-era concerts — a 1993 performance in Los Angeles and their final Seattle concert in 1994, as well as six bonus live tracks taken from shows in Rome, Springfield, and New York, all reconstructed from soundboard tapes by engineer Jack Endino.

In addition to the live material, and the album’s 12 original songs, the reissue will also boast five bonus tracks and B-sides, all of which have been newly remastered by Bob Weston from the original analog master stereo tapes, and more.

Pre-orders of Nirvana’s 30th anniversary edition of In Utero are currently available in a variety of formats, including a limited-edition 8 LP Super Deluxe box set, 5 CD Super Deluxe box set, 1 LP + 10” edition, 2 CD Deluxe edition, and a Digital Super Deluxe edition.

Oh, and with the purchase of a physical Super Deluxe Edition box you will also receive a removable front-cover acrylic panel with the album’s iconic Angel; a 48-page hardcover book with unreleased photos; a 20-page newly designed fanzine; a Los Angeles tour poster lithograph by hot rod artist Coop; replicas of the 1993 record store promo Angel mobile, three gig fliers, two ticket stubs for Los Angeles and Seattle, an All-Access tour laminate, and four cloth sticky tour backstage passes: Press, Photo, After Show, and Local Crew. Just in case you were wondering.

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