Go Buy: Nirvana- Nevermind 20th Anniversary Edition

5 Oct

When Codhoppers asked me to fill in for this week’s edition of ‘Go Buy…’ my mind immediately went blank. Mainly because I never buy music.

Being an electronic music fan there is an abundance of daily releases and file sharing sites like mediafire and zippy that make it very easy to download music illegally.

The ease of downloading your favourite new release accompanied by the fact that many of us are starving students provides a solid justification for never having to actually BUY music, ever. So my hunt to find something special enough to spend your hard earned dollars began…

Hit the jump for a look at the Nirvana- Nevermind 20th Anniversary Edition for your chance to be apart of a major milestone in music history.

Nirvana- Nevermind was released on September 24, 1991 and immediately made a splash in the grunge and alternative rock scenes. To date the album has sold over 30 million copies and has been credited with introducing the mainstream to alternative rock n roll.

So when a super deluxe 20th anniversary edition of Nirvana- Nevermind comes out you know its going to be special… and worth buying.

The Deluxe edition contains; 40 tracks- 13 of which are unreleased recordings; Rarely seen images of the underwater photo shoot; expanded artwork and unreleased photos; b-Sides, unreleased smart sessions & BBC Sessions. Oh and there’s only 500 copies available in the U.S.

Head over to Nirvana.com to order your deluxe, vinyl and Live at the Paramount DVD set, all for a reasonable price.

Nirvana- In Bloom

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