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Dirt, the critically acclaimed and 5x Platinum certified, studio album from Alice In Chains is celebrating its 30th anniversary.  The album, which features some of the band's biggest hits including "Them Bones," "Would?," and "Rooster," is now available on vinyl for the first time as a 2-LP with remastered audio. 

Alice In Chains - Dirt [2LP]
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Alice In Chains

Facelift [2LP]

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To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Alice In Chains debut studio album, Facelift, a standard black vinyl reissue with remastered audio will be released on November 13, 2020.  Not only did the album introduce the world to Layne Staley, Jerry Cantrell, Sean Kinney, and Mike Starr, it was also a pivotal album in the era of grunge music. Facelift has sold over 2 million copies in the US alone and includes the hits “Man in the Box,” “Bleed the Freak,” “We Die Young,” and “Sea of Sorrow.”

Alice In Chains - Facelift [2LP]
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This reissue of 2003s Local H EP features six songs: three originals and three covers all pressed on black vinyl for the very first time. The covers include The Godfathers' "Birth, School, Work, Death", the Ramones' "I Just Want Something To Do", and "Fuck Yeah, That Wide", which isn't a direct cover, but features lyrics based on Primal Scream's song "Kill All Hippies" from their album XTRMNTR.
Local H - No Fun Ep (Blk) (Ep) [Reissue]
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The '94 demo cassette that started it all, PUSA's 'Froggystyle' is available on vinyl for the first time exclusively from Bandbox on sleek yellow swirl vinyl. The ten-song collection was recorded in a flurry of creativity on a single day at Seattle's Laundry Room Studio. The Presidents sold the cassette at their shows in their early days, which eventually led to the band releasing their self-titled debut album in 1995. While music stardom, hit singles, and major labels awaited The Presidents, the spirited, ramshackle songs on 'Froggystyle' represent the underdog origins of the band. And it is high time that this long celebrated collection is finally issued on vinyl for the very first time.
Presidents Of The Usa - Presidents Of The Usa [Colored Vinyl] (Gol) [180 Gram]
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Candlebox

Live At The Neptune [LP]

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Vinyl LP pressing. 2023 release, a live acoustic album from multi-platinum rock band Candlebox. The recording comes from a special live performance from Nov. 5, 2021, which featured original members Kevin Martin, Peter Klett, Bardi Martin and Scott Mercado, and took place at the Neptune Theatre in Seattle, Washington.
Candlebox - Live At The Neptune [LP]
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Limited red colored vinyl LP pressing. Alt-rock legends The Melvins keep it exciting by ignoring any set of rules, by their exorbitant ability to make the most beautiful noise ever heard and by their humor, which is an essential brandmark of the band. They never compromise or apply for anything: they just do their own thing in their very own way. They always keep it challenging for themselves and potential listeners. 2010's The Bride Screamed Murder, The Melvins third release from the reinvigorated line-up Buzz Osborne, Dale Crover and Big Businesses' Coady Willis and Jared Warren, finds them both experimenting and offering up their signature warped grooves with highlights coming in the form of "Evil New War God," "I'll Finish You Off" and "Inhumanity and Death."
Melvins - The Bride Screamed Murder [Red LP]
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*BACK IN PRINT ON TRANSLUCENT GREEN VINYL!!! Originally released as a 10-inch in 1991, Eggnog is a wild ride into the outer limits of Melvins-dom. The first side cuts loose with three quick blasts. "Wispy" has the Lorax (Lori Temple Black) on bass and Dale Crover on drums, pounding one note in unison while Buzz Osborne bellows and whispers and turns his guitar on and off. "Antitoxidote" is a rabid horse galloping off into the desert, with yet more stops and starts and feedback detonations. "Hog Leg" sounds like a syphillitic Jimmy Swaggert trying to mimic Dio while being backed by a drunken ZZ Top cover band. Side Two features the side-long epic "Charmicarmicat," with seasick waves of guitar and slow-motion madness bringing communicable disease and poisonous jellyfish ashore, stinging and infecting the unsuspecting sunbathers before gently washing out to sea again.
Melvins - Eggnog [Colored Vinyl] (Grn)
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Limited translucent pink colored vinyl LP pressing. 2006 live release from the alt-rockers.
Melvins - Houdini Live 2005 [Limited Edition Translucent Pink LP]
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Melvins

Nude With Boots [Red LP]

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Limited red colored viny LP pressing. In 2006 The Melvins released (A) Senile Animal, some 24 years after they started the band, one of the best received records of their career. The album marked the end of a revolving door of musicians with the very welcome annexation for Jared Warren and Coady Willis of Big Business. The refreshed quartet, now featuring double drummers, returned in 2008 with Nude With Boots. Recorded in Los Angeles, the eleven track album cemented the resurgence of The Melvins and finds the band mining their Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath influences in their one warped style.
Melvins - Nude With Boots [Red LP]
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Melvins

Ozma

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Available again with updated artwork and a new gatefold sleeve!Ozma was recorded soon after Melvins made the move from Washington to San Francisco, and was their first release to include the diminutive yet mighty Lorax (Lori Temple Black) on bass. In fact, the first sound one hears at the album's opening is Lori standing on her tiptoes to switch on her amp, thereby warning the listener of the onslaught to come. Distorted, down-tuned doom riffs start, stop, lurch sideways with no warning, and seem to end before they start. Buzz Osborne adds extraneous guitar static and vocal squeals. Drummer Dale Crover plays as if he's inside a barrel going over Niagara Falls; the long, slow fall allows the space between beats to grow and grow until he crashes into the water with the vessel blasting apart in an explosion of drum rolls. The classic Melvins heavy grind is set up and broken up by assorted odd sidetracks: "Revulsion / We Reach" flows forward slower and slower until it eventually melts into a gooey feedback drone. "Raise a Paw" is a superball paddled against one's head by a grinning village idiot. "Love Thing" enlists in the Kiss Army before getting dishonorably discharged.
Melvins - Ozma
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Limited blue colored vinyl LP pressing. In 2006 The Melvins released (A) Senile Animal, some 24 years after they started the band, one of the best received records of their career. The album marked the end of a revolving door of musicians with the very welcome annexation for Jared Warren and Coady Willis of Big Business. The refreshed quartet, now featuring double drummers, graced the cover of The Wire, received a 5/5 in Alternative Press, a 9/10 in Revolver and favorable comments from Pitchfork.
Melvins - (A) Senile Animal [Blue LP]
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Melvins

Stag

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MELVINS - STAG - The popular and influential American rock band The Melvins recorded their eighth studio album Stag in 1996. A departure from their signature grunge style, the band explored new musical avenues on this record.. 180 gram audiophile vinyl
Melvins - Stag
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Limited blue colored vinyl LP pressing. Tres Cabrones is the 19th album by The Melvins, originally released in 2013.
Melvins - Tres Cabrones [Limited Edition Blue LP]
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Mad Season

Above

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Pearl Jam + Alice In Chains + Screaming Trees = Mad Season.  Includes 3 songs from mythical unfinished second album with NEWLY RECORDED vocals by Mark Lanegan. 
 Prev unreleased instrumental "Interlude," Remixed version of John Lennon cover "I Don't Wanna Be A Soldier," 180-g, 2LP gatefold
Mad Season - Above
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Mudhoney

Digital Garbage [LP]

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Since the late '80s, Mudhoney – the Seattle-based foursome whose muck-crusted version of rock, shot through with caustic wit and battened down by a ferocious low end – has been a high-pH tonic against the ludicrous and the insipid. Thirty years later, the world is experiencing a particularly high-water moment for both those ideals. But just in time, vocalist Mark Arm, guitarist Steve Turner, bassist Guy Maddison, and drummer Dan Peters are back with Digital Garbage, a barbed-wire-trimmed collection of sonic brickbats. Arm's raw yawp and his bandmates' long-honed chemistry make Digital Garbage an ideal release valve for the 2018 pressure cooker. "My sense of humor is dark, and these are dark times," says Arm. "I suppose it’s only getting darker." Digital Garbage opens with the swaggering "Nerve Attack," which can be heard as a nod both to modern-life anxiety and the ever-increasing threat of warfare. The album's title comes from the outro of "Kill Yourself Live," which segues from a revved-up Arm organ solo into a bleak look at the way notoriety goes viral. Arm says: "people really seem to find validation in the likes—and then there's Facebook Live, where people have streamed torture and murder, or, in the case of Philando Castile, getting murdered by a cop. In the course of writing that song, I thought about how, once you put something out there online, you can’t wipe it away. It’s always going to be there—even if no one digs it up, it’s still out there floating somewhere." Appropriately enough, bits of recent news events float through the record: “Please Mr. Gunman," on which Arm bellows "We'd rather die in church!" over his bandmates' careening charge, was inspired by a TV-news bubblehead's response to a 2017 church shooting, while the ominous refrain that opens the submerged-blues of "Next Mass Extinction" calls back to last summer's clashes in Charlottesville. Mudhoney's core sound—steadily pounding drums, swamp-thing bass, squalling guitar wobble, Arm's hazardous-chemical voice—remains on Digital Garbage, which the band recorded with longtime collaborator (and Digital Garbage pianist) Johnny Sangster at the Seattle studio Litho. The anti-religiosity shimmy "21st Century Pharisees" builds its case with Maddison's woozy synths, which Arm says “add a really nice touch to the proceedings.” Digital Garbage closes with "Oh Yeah," a brief celebration of skateboarding, surfing, biking, and the joy provided by these escape valves. "I would’ve really just loved to write songs about just hanging out on the beach, and going on a nice vacation," says Arm. "But, you know, that probably doesn’t make for great rock." Mudhoney, however, know what does make great rock—and the riffs and fury of Digital Garbage will stand the test of time, even if the particulars fade away. "I've tried to keep things somewhat universal, so that this album doesn’t just seem like of this time—hopefully some of this stuff will go away," Arm laughs. "You don’t want to say in the future, 'Hey, those lyrics are still relevant. Great!'”

Mudhoney - Digital Garbage [LP]
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By going back to basics with Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge, Mudhoney flipped conventional wisdom. Not for the first time - or the last - they would be vindicated. A month after release in July 1991, the album entered the UK album chart at Number 34 (five weeks later, Nirvana's Nevermind entered at 36) and went on to sell 75,000 copies worldwide. A more meaningful measure of success, however, lay in it's revitalisation of the band, casting a touchstone for the future. The record is a major chapter in Mudhoney's ongoing story, the moral of which has to be: when in doubt, fudge it. The album began at Music Source Studio, a large space equipped with a 24-track mixing board - downright futuristic, compared to the 8-track setup that birthed the band's catalytic 1988 debut, "Touch Me I'm Sick." The Music Source session quickly turned into a false start when the results, in guitarist Steve Turner's words, "sounded a little too fancy, too clean." Lesson learned, the band went primitive and got to work at Conrad Uno's 8-track setup at Egg Studio. Named after the cartons pasted on the walls in an optimistic attempt at sound-proofing, Egg boasted a '60s vintage 8-track Spectra Sonics recording console, originally built for Stax in Memphis. So it was that, in the spring of 1991, Mudhoney made Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge. The resulting album is a whirlwind of the band's influences at the time: the fierce '60s garage rock of their Pacific Northwest predecessors The Sonics and The Lollipop Shoppe, the gnashing post-hardcore of Drunks With Guns, the heavy guitar moods of Neil Young, the lysergic workouts of Spacemen 3 and Hawkwind, the gloomy existentialism of Zounds, and the satirical ferocity of '80s hardcore punk. The quartet's special alchemy meant these fond homages never slid into pastiche. Ultimately, Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge epitomised the best of Mudhoney: here was a band reconnecting with it's purest instincts, and in the process reinventing itself. This 30th anniversary edition, remastered by Bob Weston at Chicago Mastering Service, stands as testimony to the creative surge that drove them in this period. The album sessions yielded a clutch of material that would subsequently appear on B-sides, compilations, and split-singles. This edition includes all those tracks, and a slew of previously unreleased songs, including the entire five-track Music Source session.
Mudhoney - Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge: 30th Anniversary [2LP]
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Most of us likely missed MUDHONEY's Five Dollar Bob's Mock Cooter Stew when it first cratered here on Earth in late 1993, but we can ALL learn from our previous mistakes RIGHT NOW!!! Out of print in any physical format for 30 years (!), here is their Reprise mini-LP for all to devour in real-time and roll in it's naked glory. Initially recorded by the band as an offering for their fans to devour while they were between full-length albums, the majority of Five Dollar was recorded in one short, inspired burst on August 1, 1993, between the hours of 9:30 and 10:15 PM (with friend and Fastback Kur(d)t Bloch egging them on from the production booth). They smashed this out in just 45 minutes.It might be the band at their most 'Stooge-esque' since there is no flowery imagery; nothing to misinterpret; just in-your-face blunt despair (in that department, Black Flag's Damaged LP comes to mind, especially in Mudhoney's gleefully punishing highlight: 'No Song III'). Within two seconds of any of these songs hitting your mind (maybe even within one second), you knew it could only be Mudhoney. You can instantly recognize it, because they truly own it/you/the universe.
Mudhoney - Five Dollar Bob's Mock Cooter Stew [Limited Edition LP]
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Morning in America consists of 7 songs that were recorded during the sessions for Mudhoney’s 2018 album, Digital Garbage (“…an astute, politically relevant and commendably fired-up garage punk belter of an LP,” – The Quietus). The tracks include "Let's Kill Yourself Live Again" (an alternate version of the Digital Garbage stand-out “Kill Yourself Live,” and the bonus track for the Japanese CD version of that album), "One Bad Actor" (a new version of Mudhoney’s track on the limited-edition, and now very sold-out, SPF30 split 7” single w Hot Snakes), album outtakes “Snake Oil Charmer,” “Morning in America” and “Creeps Are Everywhere,” plus "Ensam I Natt" (“So Lonely Tonight,” a Leather Nun cover) and "Vortex of Lies" from a very limited EU tour 7". The songs were mixed at Johnny Sangster’s studio Crackle & Pop! The release of this EP coincides with Mudhoney’s fall 2019 US tour – see below for dates.

Mudhoney - Morning In America EP [Vinyl]
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Mudhoney

Mudhoney

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Vinyl Reissue of Mudhoney's debut album.
Mudhoney - Mudhoney
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Limited Loser Edition on shiny gray matter colored vinyl.. The world is filling up with trash. Humanity remains addicted to pollution. People are downing horse dewormer because some goober on television told them it cured COVID. The apocalypse is stupider than anyone could've predicted.Fortunately, the absurdities of modern life have always been prime subject matter for Seattle-based foursome Mudhoney, and the band take aim at all of them with typical barbed humor and muck-encrusted riffs on on 11th studio album, Plastic Eternity, which was recorded over nine days at Crackle & Pop! In Seattle with longtime producer Johnny Sangster.From taking on climate change from the perspective of the climate if the climate tried to play guitar like Jimi Hendrix ("Cry Me An Atmospheric River") to a driving rock and roll song about taking drugs meant for livestock ("Here Comes the Flood") to a classic punk attack on treating humans like livestock ("Human Stock Capital"), Plastic Eternity is a run through all the proto-genres of guitar rock with a keen eye on the inanities of the world in the 2020's. It also contains a genuine love song in closing track "Little Dogs," an ode to the simple joys of hanging out with tiny canines.Mudhoney (vocalist Mark Arm, guitarist Steve Turner, bassist Guy Maddison, and drummer Dan Peters) remain the ur underground group, their gnarly primordial punk stew and Arm's sharply funny lyrics as potent a combination as they've been since the band's formation in the late 1980s. When asked why they continue making records nearly four decades after forming, Arm's answer is simple."We like each other and we like being in a band together," says Arm. "Some people have poker night or whatever the fuck, and they have the excuse to get together with their friends. For us, this [band] is that. This is what we do."
Mudhoney - Plastic Eternity [Limited Edition Gray LP]
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Mudhoney is back on Sub Pop. This is their first release without Matt Lukin on bass (Guy Maddison formerly of Bloodloss and Lubricated Goat takes over, and Wayne Kramer plays bass on "Inside Job"). One of the band's most varied records ever, ranging from Hawkwind-esque psych freakouts to horn-inflected stompers.
Mudhoney - Since We've Become Translucent [Vinyl]
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35th Anniversary yellow vinyl edition. In 1988, Mudhoney followed their instant-classic debut single with Superfuzz Bigmuff, a six-song EP so overflowing with chaotic rock energy it warped thousands of minds, and inspired countless guitarists to immediately search for the titular fuzz pedals.
Mudhoney - Superfuzz Bigmuff [Colored Vinyl] (Ylw) (Aniv)
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For 18 years, Mudhoney has proved to be one of the most consistently electrifying acts to survive the grunge implosion, whatever that was. The wolfish howls of singer Mark Arm, soulful splatterings of guitarist Steve Turner, and frenzied fills of drummer Dan Peters have produced nine albums to date, most of which are considered neo-garage classics.Produced by three notable knobsters, Phil Ek, Johnny Sangster, and Tucker Martine. Sub Pop. 2006.
Mudhoney - Under a Billion Suns [Vinyl]
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Nirvana

Bleach [Remastered LP]

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Continuing our legacy of reminding people Nirvana had a record before Nevermind, Sub Pop Records presents a non-deluxe, affordably-priced, single-LP version of Bleach, Nirvana s debut album. Originally released by us in June of 1989, Bleach was widely recognized as a record music retailers should probably order after that one with the naked baby on the cover did so well in 1991. Now we proudly suggest you order this sturdy single-LP version of Bleach containing the full remastered album as found on the Bleach: Deluxe Edition 2LP, SP834 and a pretty printed inner sleeve. We promise it will sell. Eventually.
Nirvana - Bleach [Remastered LP]
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Nirvana

In Utero [2 LP] [2013 Mix]

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Nirvana’s third (and ultimately final) studio album, In Utero, was 1993’s most polarizing rock record. The unadorned sonic rawness laid bare every primal nuance of the Nirvana’s confrontational, yet vulnerable material. Featuring the singles “Heart-Shaped Box,” and “All Apologies,” it has sold over 15 million copies worldwide. With the approval of Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic, original album producer Steve Albini remixed and remastered the album in 2013 at Abbey Road Studios. 180-gram vinyl.
Nirvana - In Utero [2 LP] [2013 Mix]
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Nirvana

In Utero [LP]

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In Utero is a howling, defiantly punkish recording, an unsentimental throwback to an era of garage band epiphanies and raw, unadorned rock and roll. Nirvana rails against both alternative conformity and polished notions of commercial rock with the anthemic rage of true outcasts. Engineer-producer Steve Albini has enabled Nirvana to replicate the savage immediacy of their live sound--the sound of a band without commercial aspirations or pretensions, just thrashing away for the sheer joy of noise. Pressed on black vinyl. Universal.
Nirvana - In Utero [LP]
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Nirvana

Live And Loud [2LP]

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First-time stand-alone vinyl release of the Nirvana concert video LIVE AND LOUD from the MTV-shot performance in Seattle on December 13, 1993. Pressed on 180-gram black audiophile 2LP vinyl edition in a gatefold jacket with replica backstage pass audio download card.

Nirvana - Live And Loud [2LP]
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Nirvana

Live At Reading [LP]

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Double 180 gm vinyl LP pressing includes 'Love Buzz', which is not featured on the CD. 2009 release of this historic live performance by the Alt-Rock/Grunge legends. While the show's centerpiece was a performance of nearly the entire Nevermind tracklist, also noteworthy were early performances of three as yet unrecorded songs which wouldn't be released until two years later on in Utero: 'All Apologies', 'Dumb' and, in it's first ever public performance, 'Tourette's'. The career-spanning set list also reached back to the band's 1989 Sub Pop debut album, Bleach and even further back to the mid-'80 's for 'Spank Thru'. Additionally, the band played a pair of beloved covers by two bands (Fang and the Wipers) that helped shape the formative Nirvana sound.
Nirvana - Live At Reading [LP]
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Nirvana

Live At The Paramount [2LP]

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First time vinyl release ever of the LIVE AT THE PARAMOUNT concert. All editions include a 12x24” poster insert and a cloth sticky VIP pass replica of the original pass used that very night of the concert as the vinyl download card insert with download instructions on the paper-backing. Pressed on 2LP 180G vinyl.

Nirvana - Live At The Paramount [2LP]
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Nirvana's classic MTV Unplugged in New York album is getting a 25th anniversary vinyl reissue. Marking the iconic lives set's first pressing as a double LP, the new edition features five rehearsal performances that were previously available on only the DVD release.

Among the rehearsals – which were previously only available as bonus content on the MTV Unplugged in New York – is a different take on the David Bowie cover “The Man Who Sold the World,” a version that finds both Nirvana and the production team finding their footing ahead of the concert. Rehearsal versions of “Polly,” “Pennyroyal Tea,” “Come As You Are” and the Meat Puppets’ “Plateau” are also included on the vinyl’s Side D.

Nirvana - MTV Unplugged In New York: 25th Anniversary Edition [2LP]
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Nirvana

Nevermind [LP]

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Limited 180gm vinyl pressing of this classic 1991 album from Kurt Cobain and the boys. Nevermind became a surprise success in late 1991, largely due to the popularity of its first single, "Smells Like Teen Spirit". By January 1992, it had replaced Michael Jackson's album Dangerous at #1 on the Billboard 200 chart. The album also produced three other successful singles: "Come as You Are", "Lithium", and "In Bloom".
Nirvana - Nevermind [LP]
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Super Deluxe contains 8 LPs on 180-gram heavy vinyl showcasing the newly remastered album from the original analog tapes along with 4 complete concerts on the Nevermind Tour from Amsterdam, Melbourne, Tokyo and Del Mar, California. Also included is a first-ever 7-inch for “Endless, Nameless” with B-sides “Even In His Youth” and “Aneurysm,” and a 40-page hardcover book with unreleased photos.

Nirvana - Nevermind: 30th Anniversary [Super Deluxe 8 LP/7in Single]
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Nirvana

Nirvana [LP]

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Nirvana’s self-titled, double platinum-selling collection ‘Nirvana’ makes its vinyl debut on 33rpm single LP 150-gram standard weight vinyl edition which will feature a download card for 320kbps MP4 audio. Originally released in 2002, ‘Nirvana’ features the rare and previously unreleased studio version of “You Know You’re Right,” the last song the band ever recorded, available exclusively on this compilation, plus 13 other classics
Nirvana - Nirvana [LP]
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First vinyl pressing of British Nirvana's surprise 1996 album, which revived songs written back in the Sixties but never released. Taking it's title from one of those songs, Orange And Blue has all the idiosyncrasies you'd expect from the minds of Patrick Lyons-Campbell and Alex Spyropoulos but done with a nineteen-nineties spin. And it's story of how it all came to be, as with all things Nirvana - is not so straightforward, but detailed inside the liner notes. Across it's dozen tracks, ranging from sci-fi pop nuggets like "Lost In Space" to gentle ballads "Our Love Is The Sea", written specifically for Françoise Hardy, to their curiously bold cover of Seattle Nirvana's "Lithium", it's an album that hold many surprises. Along with rare session photographs, the set includes four bonus tracks in addition to new interviews from the band and their key co-conspirator, Keith Smart, which make it a definitive edition of this mysterious album.
Nirvana - Orange & Blue - Blue (Blue) [Colored Vinyl] [Reissue]
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Vinyl LP pressing of this live release from the Grunge heroes. Recorded in November 1993, less than six months before singer Kurt Cobain killed himself, Nirvana's MTV Unplugged is a watershed document that presents a band at the peak of its powers. Unlike any other unplugged affair, the diverse album is not a simple stripped-down regurgitation of greatest hits or a cash-it-in set of nostalgic favorites. Rather, the live effort is among the most emotionally naked spectacles ever released an album so starkly intense and profoundly personal, it's impossible not to get chills down the spine. The set list is as surprising as the stylistic makeover. Save for renditions of 'All Apologies' and 'Come As You Are', the adventurous material includes brooding covers of the Meat Puppets' 'Lake of Fire', 'Plateau', and 'Oh Me' as well as harrowing versions of David Bowie's 'The Man Who Sold the World', and the Vaselines' 'Jesus Don't Want Me for a Sunbeam'.
Nirvana - MTV Unplugged in New York [LP]
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