October 4, 2004 14:34


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The long-awaited NIRVANA box set has a confirmed release date of November 22 in the UK.

As previously reported on NME.COM, the set has long been rumoured on various fan websites. A UK source has now confirmed details.

With a working title of 'With The Lights Out', the four disc compilation will be comprised of three audio CDs with over 40 tracks on them, and one DVD with archive footage, including a rare promo of ‘In Bloom’. An early live show is also expected to feature.

The audio tracks on the box set will be rare and in some cases, previously unheard demos, alternative versions and radio session tracks.

Check back to NME.COM for all the latest on the box set in the coming weeks.

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