Nirvana's 'Live At The Paramount' show streaming online now – watch

The gig footage is available for just 24 hours from September 27

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Nirvana's classic show at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle from 1991 is currently streaming in its entirety online. Scroll down to watch the 44-minute film of the concert.

Available to watch for only 24 hours from 5pm (BST) on September 27 until 5pm September 28, the show is the only known Nirvana gig that was shot on 16mm film stock. Digitally remastered, a DVD of the concert also makes up part of the Super Deluxe 20th anniversary edition of 'Nevermind', which was released on September 26. The concert film will also be aired for a special 20th anniversary screening on October 31.

A website has been set up to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Nirvana's 'Nevermind' at Nevermind20.com. The site features a section where fans of the album can share their thoughts and recollections of 'Nevermind'. Fans can also add photos, memorabilia, artwork, tour posters, ticket stubs, videos and cover versions relating to the record.

Watch 'Live At The Paramount' below:





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