Good news from Sub Pop

According to the Sub Pop Blog, Nirvana's Bleach will be re-issued this year. The new version will include a not-before-released (I assume) bootleg recording of a show from Oregon in 1990 and the album liner will include pictures of the band also not before publicly released. The original producer, Jack Endino, is also doing the remastering.

Bleach, like many other things, really only garnered wide public attention after Nevermind, and has, in that way, always been a figment of memory. Here's another addition to the memory of the band's early history, one that takes something so archetypically raw and unfinished and gives it context and dimension. I hope the remaster keeps its distortion and gnashes its teeth every bit as fiercely as the original.


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