Nirvana will reissue In Utero for its 30th anniversary, with a host of unreleased concert recordings, on October 27. The unearthed songs include two complete live albums: Live in Los Angeles, from 1993, and Live in Seattle, which documents the band’s penultimate Seattle performance, in 1994. To make them, Bleach producer Jack Endino reconstructed the live tracks from stereo soundboard tapes.
A handful of additional live recordings also feature in the set, along with Bob Weston’s remaster of the original album and five bonus tracks and B-sides. The album will be available digitally, and as an 8xLP box set, a 5xCD box set, an LP and 10″ edition, and a 2xCD edition, via Geffen and UMe.
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CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that the new In Utero reissue will feature a recording of Nirvana’s final Seattle show. The band played two Seattle shows in 1994—January 7 and January 8—and a recording of the penultimate concert is included with the reissue.