Geffen and UMe are reissuing Nirvana’s Nevermind to celebrate the album’s 30th anniversary. The new editions are out November 12. The standard reissue will come with a bonus 7″ featuring an A-side of “Endless, Nameless” and a B-side of “Even In His Youth” and “Aneurysm.”
The Super Deluxe reissue of Nevermind features 8 LPs and the 7″. Featured across the LPs are the remastered Nevermind, as well as audio from four concerts: Live in Amsterdam, Netherlands (November 25, 1991), Live in Del Mar, California (December 28, 1991), Live in Melbourne, Australia for Triple J (February 1, 1991), and Live in Tokyo (February 19, 1992). A 5xCD edition comes with the audio of those concerts, too, as well as a Blu-ray of Live in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Nevermind was reissued in 2011 for its 20th anniversary. This past August, Spencer Elden—the baby photographed on Nevermind’s iconic cover—sued the band and some of its associates over the shot, claiming it amounted to child pornography and that he had suffered “permanent harm” from its usage.
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