Nirvana To Release Deluxe Edition Of In Utero, See Directors Cut Of Heart Shaped Box Here [VIDEO]
The boys of Nirvana must be getting along with Courtney Love, or, Cortney needs money. Nirvana recently did a re issue of Nevermind, now they plan a re issue of In Utero. Wait till you hear what you get.
According to Entertainment Weekly, the In Utero deluxe edition features three CDs featuring a fresh mix of the album, a never-before-released instrumental, Dave Grohl’s first demo, “Marigold,” the Steve Albini versions of singles “Heart Shaped Box” and “All Apologies” (R.E.M. producer Scott Litt sweetened the album versions), new liner notes by Bobcat Goldthwait, and Kurt Cobain’s handwritten lyrics.
There’s also a DVD that features the director’s cut of the Anton Corbijn-helmed video for “Heart Shaped Box.” That version of the video appeared on Corbijn’s Director’s Series DVD, though it has never officially been available online—until now. Plus the "Live and Loud" Concert that played New Years Eve on MTV.
Dave Grohl told Blabbermouth.net "I recognize myself back then and I remember what it was like to be in the band but it's hard to believe that that much time has gone by. A lot has happened in those 20 years, when I think about 'In Utero' and what the world was like, what my life was like back then, it's strange."
You can pre order on iTunes, or wait till September 24th, the release day. I liked what they did with Nevermind, now I am really excited because In Utero was my favorite album the Nirvana ever made.
Now for the unreleased Video: