Nirvana’s legendary album Nevermind is being treated to a 30th anniversary reissue.
Starting November 12th, Geffen and UMe will commemorate the album with multi-format reissues. The expansive reissue will boast a total of 94 audio and video tracks, with 70 of those having never been released before. These tunes will be available across a whole slew of configurations from Super Deluxe Editions to single disc vinyl with bonus 7-inch.
In every version, Nevermind will be newly remastered to high-resolution 192kHz 24-bit.
Four complete live shows will be shared as part of the previously unreleased material. Live in Amsterdam, Netherlands was recorded and filmed at Paradiso on November 25th, 1991. A December 28th, 1991 show was recorded as Live in Del Mar, California. Live in Melbourne, Australia for triple j was recorded on February 1st, 1992 and Live in Tokyo Japan, was recorded on February 19th, 1992.
All four of those remastered live shows will appear on the Nevermind Super Deluxe Editions. Those editions will be available in 8xLP vinyl with a new 7-inch featuring “Endless, Nameless,” “Even In His Youth” and “Aneurysm.” The Nevermind Super Deluxe Edition will also be available on CD+Blu-Ray. That will be made up of 5 CDs and a complete HD concert video of Live in Amsterdam, Netherlands on Blu-Ray.
Pre-order the 30th anniversary reissue of Nevermind or check out the full tracklistings here.
Recently, the baby on the cover of the album, Spencer Elden, sued Nirvana for child sexual exploitation.
Elden has now filed a lawsuit against Cobain’s estate and the surviving Nirvana members, according to TMZ. The lawsuit claims that his legal guardians did not formally consent to the use of his image on the cover.