Nirvana’s Incesticide Is Getting a 25th Anniversary Vinyl Reissue: Plus ‘Top 3’ Nirvana rarities In Stock!!!

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Incesticide, Nirvana’s 1992 rarities collection, already got a limited double-vinyl reissue for Record Store Day 2012. But with its 25th anniversary coming up in 2017, the compilation is getting a new, remastered double-vinyl reissue for wide release. While it doesn’t include any additional recorded material, it has been newly remastered by engineer Bernie Grundman.

The new reissue is due out January 13, 2017. Pre-orders are now open on Amazon for just under $50. If you really want a piece of that 2012 RSD release, they’re going for as much as $160 on Discogs.

Incesticide was originally released in December 1992, collecting unreleased and non-album tracks to follow up on the success of 1991’s Nevermind. Nirvana previously released 20th anniversary vinyl reissues of Nevermind in 2011 and In Utero in 2013.

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If you’re looking for vintage Nirvana vinyl, CDs, memorabilia and more be sure to check eil.com to see what Nirvana goodies we currently have in stock, here’s our current Top 3, to see them all click here

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NIRVANA Singles: 1995 UK limited edition 19-track Six CD single box set, featuring all of the commercially released European singles from Nevermind and In Utero, includes a total of eleven non album songs, five of which are live recordings; each disc with their own jewel case with picture sleeve, with the lyrics to the complete Nevermind album in the liner notes of the ‘Lithium’ sleeve. More info here
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NIRVANA All Apologies: Scarce 1993 UK limited edition 3-track vinyl 12″ single also features Rape Me and the non-album track MV, also includes two bonus colour art prints, picture sleeve. More info here
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NIRVANA Nevermind: 2011 Japanese Super Deluxe 20th Anniversary Edition 5-disc [4 x SHM-CD / 1 x DVD] boxset consisting of the original album with an additional spread of B-sides from its singles, and live versions of non-Nevermind tracks: Sliver, Been a Son and School along with a collection of cuts from the band’s Smart Sessions [when Chad Channing was still their drummer] and a number of ear-piercing rehearsal takes taped directly onto a boombox. Their full live set from their performance at Seattle’s Paramount Theatre on Halloween 1991 is included on both SHM and DVD. And finally, the ‘Devonshire Mixes’ of ‘Nevermind’, running in the order of the final album, albeit without Polly and Endless Nameless. A fantastic and unmissable set pressed on the audiophile SHM [Super High Material] discs, all housed in a sealed & obi-stickered deluxe box with a beautifully constructed accompanying 90-page booklet full of rarely and never-before-seen photos, documents and various other visual artifacts of the Nevermind era, with Japanese liner notes! More info here

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