Mad Season to reissue Above with unreleased material; looking for singers to complete second album
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Sub Pop is reissuing Soundgarden's Screaming Life/Fopp compilation November 26. To celebrate the news, the label has released this super-low-budget video for “Nothing To Say.”
The 20th anniversary deluxe reissue of Nirvana’s In Utero is coming in September. Watch the promo video, starring Bobcat Goldthwait.
It’s been really hard to go back and listen. I miss Baker. I miss Layne. I wonder how Layne would be met these days, what kind of music he’d be making or if he’d be a father. And his lyrics [on Above] in particular still sound fresh to me. They still make me feel, and that’s good.
Trailer for the Nevermind reissue and the Live at the Paramount DVD
Nirvana’s Nevermind (a.k.a. Rolling Stone’s best album of the Nineties and our pick for the 17th greatest album of all time) will be reissued on September 20th – but Dave Grohl says he doesn’t know anything about it.
“I mean, as far as content and releases and stuff like that, honestly, it’s like I’m the drummer again. I’m the last one to know anything,” Grohl told Rolling Stone. “It’s almost like a wedding anniversary – something that someone reminds you of about a week beforehand, and then you panic and buy flowers.”
Nevermind’s reissue will be a deluxe five-disc edition, and although Universalhasn’t released a track listing yet, we do know the set will contain a whole lotta goodies beyond the original album. Find out more details on RollingStone.com.
From the press release: Today, Universal Music Enterprises is pleased to announce the 4-CD/1-DVD Super Deluxe Edition of Nirvana’s Nevermind available September 19, 2011, in the U.K. and September 20, 2011, in North America. The CDs will include previously unreleased recordings, rarities, b-sides, BBC radio appearances, alternative mixes, rare live recordings and an unreleased concert in its entirety on DVD.