Nirvana re-issue trailer

2013-07-11 by Philip Whitehead | 18 Comments
A new video has surfaced on the internet announcing the release of a 20th anniversary deluxe reissue of grunge trio Nirvana's final studio album, In Utero.

The video includes a rare promo clip made in 1993 to promote the initial release, which features the band and Bob "Bobcat" Goldthwait in drag as pregnant women giving birth. It can be viewed on Nirvana's official YouTube page here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=4-uet7twNu0

The reissue is set to be released in September 2013. It is currently unknown what will be included in this edition of the album.

Tagged: Nirvana

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Cygnatti
July 11th 2013
29619 Comments


Somewhere, out there in the world, Courtney love is making money.

eleventhsun
July 11th 2013
1475 Comments


Still my favourite Nirvana record.

DatsNotDaMetulz
July 11th 2013
2848 Comments


I'm pretty sure Courtney doesn't get anything now, it's just the label, Frances (now she's an adult) and Dave and Krist. So it's probably the label now.

DegausserGuernica24
July 11th 2013
1134 Comments


*Courtney Money is making love.

DatsNotDaMetulz
July 11th 2013
2848 Comments


I like the advert though, it's weird. Show's Kurt's warped sense of humour.

Green Baron
July 11th 2013
22411 Comments


courtney love will be dead in 30 years.

calling it bc i'm a psychic and I CAN PREDICT THE FUTURE.

DegausserGuernica24
July 11th 2013
1134 Comments


30 years? That's too long.

tempest--
July 11th 2013
18696 Comments


I'll probably get this.

Damus
July 11th 2013
539 Comments


I've wanted a vinyl copy of this for years now. One of my favorite albums.

SabertoothMonocle
July 12th 2013
493 Comments


who cares

DrGonzo1937
July 12th 2013
11727 Comments


Even though I know they constantly squeeze this band for all it's worth, I'll be buying this....

BigPleb
July 12th 2013
46516 Comments


Will buy 2 copies.

ButteryBiscuitBass
July 12th 2013
10983 Comments


Best news

DatsNotDaMetulz
July 12th 2013
2848 Comments


Sometimes I get the feeling there might be more stuff from the 1994 sessions which never got released cos Courtney/the label want to sneak them out later on to squeeze out more money.

Also I wonder whether to promote this re-issue they'll finally release that Pennyroyal Tea single that got scrapped because of Kurt's death the month it was meant to be released.

mryrtmrnfoxxxy
July 12th 2013
14645 Comments


original mix plz

Minus.
July 12th 2013
2694 Comments


"courtney love will be dead in 30 years.
calling it bc i'm a psychic and I CAN PREDICT THE FUTURE."


Yet you cant think of a less gay username, greenlinkinmuse...

Dunwich
July 12th 2013
576 Comments


It's all good, as long as my man Krist gets his piece of pie.

DatsNotDaMetulz
July 14th 2013
2848 Comments


Chances are it'll be like the Nevermind re-issue with the original mix as a bonus disk. I would like to see Pennyroyal Tea as a single tbh because they were working on a video but it got scrapped for obvious reasons.



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