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Nirvana "In Utero" Album 2013 Mix On Vinyl LP Record (Black Vinyl)

Nirvana "In Utero" Album 2013 Mix On Vinyl LP Record (Black Vinyl)

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Make your collection stand out with Nirvana's "In Utero" 2013 release on an extraordinary new mix of a classic vinyl LP. A gem that resonates with personal aesthetics, signaling your unique music taste.

Nirvana, a band that would come to define a generation, was formed by lead vocalist and guitarist Kurt Cobain and bassist Krist Novoselic in Aberdeen, Washington in 1987. Known for its raw sound and emotionally intense lyrics, Nirvana was one of the bands that helped popularize grunge music and bring alternative rock into the mainstream during the early 1990s.

"In Utero," the band's third and final studio album, was released in September 1993 to widespread acclaim. The album showcased a more abrasive, less polished sound than the band's previous work, reflecting Cobain's desire to return to the raw, visceral feeling of punk rock. The themes of the album are intense and personal, delving into issues such as social alienation, self-doubt, addiction, and personal trauma. "In Utero" ultimately became a swan song for the band, a hauntingly powerful testament to the inner turmoil that plagued Cobain until his tragic death in April 1994.

The legacy of Nirvana, and particularly "In Utero," continues to resonate with music fans around the world. The band's deeply personal lyrics, combined with their raw, unfiltered sound, has made them an enduring icon of alternative rock. The release of "In Utero" on orange vinyl LP only amplifies the unique appeal of this extraordinary album, offering fans a chance to physically own a piece of music history.

"In Utero" track list:

"Serve the Servants"
"Scentless Apprentice"
"Heart-Shaped Box"
"Rape Me"
"Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge on Seattle"
"Very Ape"
"Milk It"
"Pennyroyal Tea"
"Radio Friendly Unit Shifter"
"All Apologies"

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