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Been A Son - Nirvana - Bleach Pop (CD)

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  2. 20th Anniversary CD edition with page photo booklet. Comes in a 3-panel Cardboard sleeve with CD housed inside. Tracks 1, 3, 4 and 7 to 11 recorded in December, at Reciprocal Studios in Seattle, WA. Tracks 2, 6 and 13 recorded on January 23rd, at Reciprocal Studios in Seattle, WA.
  3. The real news here is the addition of a complete Portland, OR, concert from February 9, , an song set that runs through the highlights of Bleach and adds "Dive" and "Been a Son," the Vaselines cover "Molly's Lips," and an early stab at "Sappy."Price: $
  4. Editors’ Notes Legend has it that Nirvana’s first album cost all of $ to record, and no one in the band had the money to pay for it except “second guitarist” Jason Everman, who didn’t play on the record and was only briefly a member. The Seattle label Sub Pop—very deliberately marketing a Pacific Northwest “grunge” scene—determined the running order (after only.
  5. Nov 27,  · 'Blew' and 'Love Buzz' are the LP versions from 'Bleach'. 'Stain' would later feature on 'Incesticide', but the version of 'Been A Son' on this EP is different to that on 'Incesticide'.
  6. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Nirvana - Bleach Pop at Discogs. Complete your Nirvana collection.
  7. "Been a Son" is credited to Cobain and Novoselic, and the lyrics are Cobain at his best. Aleah from New Kensington, Sc Ok, from my knowledge 'Been a Son' was accually written by a Scottish band called The Vasilines, Nirvana just did a cover of it. That does not make it any less of a song, Nirvana was probaly equal too, if not better.
  8. Jun 30,  · Hell, I even love metal because of the murky, sludgy chug of Nirvana’s Bleach—their most Melvins-y album (and also the more abrasive songs on In Utero, which I appreciate now more than I did then). And yeah, I love Melvins too, while we’re at it, a band that by most accounts helped pioneer the sound we now know as sludge metal.

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