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Nirvana Box Set To Be Released In November

A Nirvana box set will be released on November 23, 2004. It will include 3 CDs and one DVD, featuring previously unreleased rarities and b-sides. Over 50 unreleased recordings, including Kurt Cobain's demos. The DVD will also contain unseen footage and live performances. And, the whole thing comes with a 60-page booklet.

Official information:

Nirvana Box Set - 3 CD & 1 DVD
Street Date: Nov. 23, 2004
Features the hits, live performances, previously unreleased rarities and b-sides
Over 50 unreleased recordings including Kurt Cobain's demos
Hours of unheard music and unseen footage
Features a 60 page booklet. DVD with first edition only
3-panel digipack, front cover is a metal plate
Closed size is 26cm x 14.5cm x 2.5cm. Open size is 81cm x 14.5cm

Pricing, artwork or tracklistings are currently unknown at the time but hopefully that will be available soon.

Source: The Internet Nirvana Fan Club

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1. hmm... writes:

interesting...

# Sep 3, 2004 @ 5:45 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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2. chuck writes:

nirvana = sh**

# Sep 3, 2004 @ 6:43 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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3. ACE writes:

Nirvana eats it.

# Sep 3, 2004 @ 6:46 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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4. Jew Unit writes:

Get well soon, cobaine. lol, what a fag

# Sep 3, 2004 @ 6:47 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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5. i eat shit writes:

no one cares cuz they suck

# Sep 3, 2004 @ 7:33 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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6. brokenwings13 writes:

Yeah, I think Nirvana is overrated with this equation...........

Kurt Cobain, depressed emotional wreck= musical genius.

That's wrong on so many levels. Kurt was just another kid who did crack and wrote
music, there was nothing special about him. He was married to a b***h who
probably drove him to kill himself and he probably thought he was god.
People can say that he "influenced a generation" and crap like that but I don't
think that Nirvana was that great.

I preferred Alice In Chains. Layne Staley was the best.

# Sep 3, 2004 @ 8:20 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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7. Marlon Brando writes:

My friend likes Kurt so much and I can't understand why. Maybe because he commited suicide but what so special about that. He also says that Nirvana aren't alternative. Nirvana is very much alternative. Sure they have some good songs but thats not enough.

# Sep 4, 2004 @ 8:10 AM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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8. Muffy writes:

probot rules!

# Sep 4, 2004 @ 10:25 AM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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9. brad writes:

omg i feel gross for liking probot now.

but anyway, alice in chains ruled nirvana on so many levels its not even funny. they were over glorified and given way to much credit for creating sh**ty music.

# Sep 4, 2004 @ 12:57 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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10. Andres writes:

you're all f***en sick, nirvana is one of the greatest band in history, kurt took music to another level. Open your f***en ears, please.

# Sep 4, 2004 @ 7:47 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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11. KMADD writes:

See I can argue with anybody and your right since I was there at
the grunge explosion. Nirvana opened a lot of doors for alternative,punk, and some parts metal!

# Sep 4, 2004 @ 7:52 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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12. brokenwings13 writes:

Yes, but Alice In Chains was still better.

Nirvana was this stain on music, people call them "pop culture icons", but
I disagree. I don't think they contributed to music as much as people say they did.
I've heard more people say that so-and-so of a band has JERRY CANTRELL
influenced riffs and melodies or that kind of pain vocals like Layne Staley, not Kurt
Cobain inspired. If Nirvana was such an influence, why is everyone comparing newer
bands to Alice In Chains?

# Sep 5, 2004 @ 12:30 AM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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13. KMADD writes:

But guys Nirvana opened doors for bands like A.I.C and Soundgarden to put there videos on Mtv(back when mtv actually played videos!) Plus bands like the Screaming Trees and shiit
folks like The Pixies and The Rollins Band and sh** Pantera!
I'll get a ribbing for that one but grunge change the way that most kids listen to music! I mean I was there! The videos went from one year from Warrant and fukking Slaughter to Janes Addiction,
Coc, Napalm Death and Sepultura and I believe Im not saying that
Kurt was a musical genius or anything but his realness and his
angst inspired alot of kids back in my day to explore different
kinds of music like punk, alternative and death/powerthrash metal!

# Sep 5, 2004 @ 4:32 AM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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14. b-shaw writes:

some of their sh** is good
musically it was far from genius and kurt shouldnt be nearly as reveared as he is
plus it also opened doors for sh**ty radio pop rock like the FOO FIGHTERS who completely eat sh**
maybe probot is good but FOO FIGHTERS suck

# Sep 5, 2004 @ 8:20 AM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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15. Tasha writes:

They may not have been the best band ever, but they're certainly not sh**, actually they really ROCKED

# Sep 5, 2004 @ 12:25 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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16. brokenwings13 writes:

yes KMADD, they did open doors but half those bands were
around BEFORE Nirvana was.

I never said they weren't good, ok I did say that, but I meant that I didn't like them.
musically they were good, but they weren't gods!!.

# Sep 5, 2004 @ 3:03 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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17. KMADD writes:

Never said they were gods. But I dig their music. If they didn't explode
we would probably wearing mullets and listening to bad metal. Oh
the horror! I put In Utero up against most modern rock albums. Esp
that nu-metal shiit!

# Sep 5, 2004 @ 3:09 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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18. brad writes:

actually soundgarden formed in 84.

and they own nirvana on so many levels

# Sep 5, 2004 @ 3:13 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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19. KMADD writes:

It's cool Brad I like all that stuff. Boy what the fukk is up with Audiogay?!!!!

# Sep 5, 2004 @ 3:17 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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20. SLater writes:

Oh please. Without bands like nirvana and AIC, we would still be listening to that gay Glam-metal hair metal bull-sh**. Sure the 80's ruled. So did the 60's 70's too. Be thankful for the "grunge era". Love them or hate them they made a postive impact. Before Nirvana became big Pop and bands like poison ruled the charts. Then when cobain died, came the boys bands, pop, rap, nu-metal and all the other filth that exists todays.
Music ended in 1994.

# Sep 5, 2004 @ 7:00 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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21. brad writes:

no dude thats when his horrible reign of terror ended.

his music sucked

# Sep 5, 2004 @ 7:19 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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22. Muffy writes:

brads gay

# Sep 7, 2004 @ 1:20 AM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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23. Marlon Brando writes:

No. That was the year that music started with the birth of Korn!!!

# Sep 7, 2004 @ 7:56 AM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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24. ryan writes:

Gross, dude, korn represents the death of music if anything. Anyways, I used to be a really big Nirvana fan, and I still think they have really good songs, but I suppose I'm done with my "Nirvana phase" (You've had one too and you know it.) They really did change a lot of things. They were what Metallica was to metal as far as bringing a different kind of music to the mainstream. I do think Nirvana caused a lot of crappy "alternative" bands to surface as a result of grunge becoming the new trend, but that's true when it comes to just about any new band that becomes famous. However, music did not end when he died, but it certainly changed a great deal.

# Sep 7, 2004 @ 8:32 AM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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25. brokenwings13 writes:

yeah, but i think that maybe if kurt didn't go and kill himself, then we wouldn't
be talking about this. but then again, we probably would have had more crappy bands
and those boybands would have mullets. it would cross so many boundaries.
it's scary to think about.

# Sep 7, 2004 @ 3:48 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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26. brad writes:

ryan you have to call sean

# Sep 7, 2004 @ 6:30 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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27. ZerO writes:

Say w/e the f*** u want, i dont give a f***, Nirvana is definetly one of the greatest bands. Yeah, i love metal but i like some grunge also, and nirvana is was a great f***ing band.

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