On Sept. 24, a special edition of Nirvana’s “In Utero” album, including more than 70 previously unreleased tracks, hits store shelves.
“In Utero” is known for being the last studio album released by the band in 1993 before lead singer Kurt Cobain’s death in 1994. The last song the band recorded together, “You Know You’re Right,” was not released until 2002.
Cobain is well known in the Grays Harbor area because he was born and raised in Aberdeen.
Universal Music Enterprises plans to release the remastered collection in three different sets: 3 CD’s and 1 DVD; a triple-vinyl LP set or a digital CD remaster.
As of July 31, the 2-CD format was listed for $26.58 and the 3-LP’s for $55.92 on Amazon.com.
The set will also include the complete “Live and Loud” performance, taped on Seattle’s Pier 48 in December 1993.
A separate DVD version will also be available on Sept. 24, although the price is to be announced.
The rest of the track list was not available at time of publication.
The additional tracks will come from B-sides, previous compilations, live recordings and previously unreleased demos.
The original release of ‘In Utero’ contained 12 tracks.