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Nirvana’s ‘Live At The Paramount’ Set for Release on Vinyl

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For those of you Jonesing for all that’s Nirvana, you’re in luck. It’s been announced that a vinyl release of Live At The Paramount will be released.

The album is set to drop on April 5th and was recorded on October 31st, 1991 in the bands home turf of Seattle around a month after the release of the groundbreaking Nevermind.

As well as the 2LP set, you also get a 12”x24” poster and a replica VIP pass based on the original design for the pass from that show.

Obviously, the vinyl album is being released with Record Store day in mind, and beforehand the live set was available as a DVD/Blu-ray concert film in 2011 and was released to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Nevermind. Below is a performance excerpt of “Breed” from the Nirvana YouTube Channel.

The albums track listing is yet to be confirmed, but if it follows the track listing on the DVD/Blu-ray release it will run as follows:

“Jesus Doesn’t Want Me For A Sunbeam”
“Aneurysm”
“Drain You”
“School”
“Floyd The Barber”
“Smells Like Teen Spirit”
“About A Girl”
“Polly”
“Breed”
“Sliver”
“Love Buzz”
“Lithium”
“Been A Son”
“Negative Creep”
“On A Plain”
“Blew”
“Rape Me”
“Territorial Pissings”
“Endless, Nameless”

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