Nirvana ‘Bleach’ deluxe re-issue on its way

20th anniversary edition features new live recordings

A 20th anniversary edition of Nirvana‘s 1989 debut album ‘Bleach’ is set to be released by Sub Pop this autumn.

The band’s first Seattle-based record label is putting together a remastered, expanded double CD/EP that will include a previously unreleased live recording of the group’s February 9, 1990 performance at Portland’s Pine Street Theatre. The gig includes Kurt Cobain and co’s performances of ‘About A Girl’, a cover of The Vaselines‘Molly’s Lips’, and their 1988 debut single, a cover of Shocking Blue‘s ‘Love Buzz’.

The new version of the album will also contain a 16-page booklet featuring previously unreleased photos.

The double LP will also be available on white vinyl, just like the original album.

The ‘Bleach: Deluxe Edition’ tracklisting is:

‘Floyd The Barber’
‘About a Girl’
‘Love Buzz’
‘Paper Cuts’
‘Swap Meet’
‘Mr. Moustache’
‘Big Cheese’

Live at Pine Street Theatre
‘Floyd The Barber’
‘Love Buzz’
‘Spank Thru’
‘Molly’s Lips’
‘About A Girl’
‘Been A Son’

–By our Los Angeles staff.
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