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Old 09-24-2013, 03:35 AM   #1
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Nirvana In Utero turns 20 - rare footage of 1993 tour rehearsals!!

Nirvana's 'In Utero' has turned 20 years old.

A friend had posted this on facebook. This is great! The following link has rehearsals of 'Very Ape' and 'Radio Friendly Unit Shifter' before their 1993 tour in Seattle.

Must-see morning clip: Watch never-before-seen footage of Nirvana - Salon.com

That performance of Radio Friendly Unit Shifter kicks so much ass!! Dave Grohl!

And here's a glowing review for the new 20th Anniversary Edition:

Nirvana: In Utero: 20th Anniversary Edition | Album Reviews | Pitchfork

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Great album. Radio Friendly Unit Shifter is their best live opener. Bleach is still my favourite though.
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My favorite Nirvana album by far. Love that LOST used one of the tracks for when Jack started losing his mind too.
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Old 09-24-2013, 10:15 AM   #4
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In Utero is serving my servants!

I just picked up the Box Set Deluxe Edition of In Utero - 20th!

The set goes great next to my Nevermind box and is full of goodies too.
I am really enjoying the DVD concert as I saw Nirvana for the second time during this time period. R.I.P. Cobain.
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Radio Friendly Unit Shifter is such a hilarious song title for the feedback-drenched snarling rocker that it is.

Listened to this album again today after many years I think. I didn't even remember how something like Tourette's went. lol.


If Nevermind was the party, then In Utero was the hangover. It took me quite some time to really get into In Utero. Nevermind was always the favourite. But now I'm a bit bored of Nevermind.
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Wow 20 years. Saw them on this tour in November of 93.
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I might have to pick this up. There are a small handful of 90s albums I loved that my brother had that I figured I'd pick up when they were reissued. This is one of them.
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I clearly remember buying Nevermind in 1991.

 
At K-Mart.
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It vividly remember buying Nevermind and Ten at a Sam Goody's right next to where I worked retail at the time.

I might have to pick this up as well.
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Love that LOST used one of the tracks for when Jack started losing his mind too.
Scentless Apprentice.

That's a great song.
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Wow 20 years. Saw them on this tour in November of 93.
Me too. In Chicago. There was a Rolling Stone interview that happened afterwards where the band said it was a terrible show. We disagreed, of course.

I think at one point, Kurt began playing the opening of Smells Like Teen Spirit, then angrily threw his guitar down and jumped into the crowd. That was awesome.
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Definitely my favorite Nirvana album. I love how angry and meta the lyrics are, I love the greater variety of sounds (including a handful of heart-wrenching slower numbers) and I fucking LOVE the way the drums sound. Grohl was like a kid in a candy store with Albini in tow.
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I remember the release, because I worked in a music store and the midnight sale we had was insane, although as I recall we had even more people turn out for Vs.
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It vividly remember buying Nevermind and Ten at a Sam Goody's right next to where I worked retail at the time.

GOODY GOT lT!!

1985 Sam Goody - YouTube


Sad that Robert Plant had to get lumped in with those loser acts.
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Scentless Apprentice.

That's a great song.
Next to Negative Creep and School, my favorite Nirvana song. I always liked the heavy, screamy, trashy side of Nirvana the most.
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