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Nirvana - Spring Is Here Again mp3 track

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Performer: Nirvana
Title: Spring Is Here Again
Country: Germany
Released: 1992
Style: Grunge
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.1 ✦
Other format: DXD TTA VOC MOD DTS AU RA

Tracklist

Live
A1 Aneurysm
A2 Drain You
A3 School
A4 Floyd The Barber
A5 About A Girl
A6 Polly
A7 Breed
A8 Sliver
A9 Lithium
B1 Love Buzz
B2 Come As You Are
B3 Been A Son
B4 Negative Creep
B5 On A Plain
B6 Blew
B7 Pennyroyal Tea
B8 Spank Thru
B9 Molly's Lips
B10 Territorial Pissings
Studio
C1 Spank Thru
C2 About A Girl
C3 Love Buzz
C4 Polly
C5 Son Of A Gun
C6 Turn Around
C7 D-7
D1 Molly's Lips
D2 Sappy
D3 Lithium
D4 Breed
D5 In Bloom
D6 Stay Away
D7 Smells Like Teen Spirit

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sanskrit Records
  • Copyright (c) – Sanskrit Records
  • Recorded At – Markthalle, Hamburg

Notes

Sticker on the front sleeve stating "Limited edition 2 LP set contains bonus album with live & studio tracks".

Sides A and B:
Sleeve says "Recorded live in Genk, Belgium 1991" but it's actually Hamburg, Germany, November 11, 1991.

Sides C and D:
Tracks C1 to D6 are studio outtakes
Track D7 recorded live in Seattle, USA, 1990.

Misspellings on the sleeve:
Track A8 as "Take Me Home"
Track B3 as "She Should"
Track B7 as "Tired"
Track B8 and C1 as "Spank Through"
Track B9 as "Mummy's There"
Track C7 as "Dee Seven"
Track D2 as "Everything & Nothing"

This is a public domain publication realized by Magazzini Criminali, Firenze with kind help of the American Sanskrit Community & Pop-Up Records.

℗ & © 1992 Sanskrit Records. All rights reserved. Manufactured in the EEC.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 001617 763056
  • Matrix / Runout (A-side etchings): 355-1-A
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side etchings): 355-B
  • Matrix / Runout (C-side etchings): 3552-A
  • Matrix / Runout (D-side etchings): 3552-B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
HW 003 Nirvana Bleach Pop ‎(CD, Unofficial) Halloween Records HW 003 Germany 1992
imt 900.118 Nirvana Live In Belgium ‎(CD, Unofficial) Imtrat imt 900.118 Germany 1992
SKT 355-1 Nirvana Spring Is Here Again ‎(LP, Unofficial) Sanskrit Records SKT 355-1 Italy 1992
none Nirvana Colored Vinyl Box ‎(LP, Red + LP, Gre + Box, RE, Unofficial) Miracle Music none 1994
VNRCD 02, NVR 02 Nirvana Ce Petit Groupe Underground ‎(CD, Unofficial) Vintage Nirvana Recordings, Nirvana Vintage Recordings Ltd. VNRCD 02, NVR 02 UK & Europe 2003


Sell the kids for food Weather changes moods Spring is here again Reproductive glands. We can have some more Nature is a whore Bruises on the fruit Tender age in bloom

Sleeve says "Recorded live in Genk, Belgium 1991" but it's actually Hamburg, Germany, November 11, 1991. This is a public domain publication realized by Magazzini Criminali, Firenze with kind help of the American Sanskrit Community & Pop-Up Records. P) & (C) 1992 Sanskrit Records.

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