Nirvana couldn’t get any better, but it did.

Image from SubPop

Whoops, we dropped the ball on this one, but couldn’t not tell you about it! In celebration of 20th Anniversary of  Nirvana’s debut album, Bleach, SubPop  rereleased the album on November 3, 2009.The expanded CD contains never-before-released live performances.

Recorded by Jack Endio for $600 USD, the album sounds more expensive than it was to produce, thanks to a skilled production job and the essence of the band. The original album was release in June 1989 and was a blueprint for the ground breaking album Nevermind.  The album went on to sell 1.7 million copies in the U.S alone.

If you need more of an incentive to purchase this slice of 90’s grunge than the bonus CD/LP, then thank Endio, who has managed to capture an even more outrageous sound than heard before, as if that’s possible. Endio made it louder and more vibrant with his remixing. Bleach has never sounded or looked better.

Bleach is now out on Sub Pop Records


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