Nirvana Bleach
CD, Re-Release

Herstellungsland Deutschland
Orig. Release 1989
Zeit 42:43
EAN-Nr. 720642443323
Label/Labelcode GEFFEN RECORDS / LC 7266
Plattenfirma/Katalog-Nr. Geffen / Sub Pop / GED24433 / GEFD24433
Musikrichtung Rock: Grunge
MS-ID 394560
Sammlungen Gesucht Flohmarkt
71 (29 privat) 0 0


I = Instrumental L = Live B = Bonustrack H = Hidden Track C = Coversong
Track Titel Zeit Besonderheit
1. Blew 2:55
2. Floyd The Barber 2:18
3. About A Girl 2:48
4. School 2:42
5. Love Buzz 3:35 C
6. Paper Cuts 4:06
7. Negative Creep 2:56
8. Scoff 4:10
9. Swap Meet 3:03
10. Mr. Moustache 3:24
11. Sifting 5:22
12. Big Cheese 3:42 B
13. Downer 1:42 B


Originally Released: 15th June or 8th August 1989 (on Sub Pop)
Released on CD (first-time): 1990 (on Sub Pop with Bonustracks)

Track: 12 taken from the Love Buzz (7") (1988)
Track: 13; Previously Unreleased

"Love Buzz" im Orginal von Shocking Blue

Produced by special arrangement with Sub Pop Records

Distributed by BMG • A Bertelsmann Music Group Company

℗ & © 1989 Sub Pop {Backcover}
℗ 1989 Sub Pop, an MCA Company {Disc}

Nachpressung: Aufgrund der vorhandenen Sid-Codes, kann dieser Tonträger frühestens 1994 gepresst worden sein.
Aufdruck Backcover: Printed in Germany
Aufdruck Disc: Made in Germany
[Presswerk: Sonopress GmbH]
[SID-Code CD-Master: IFPI L030 (außen)]
[SID-Code Presswerk: IFPI 07** (innen)]
[Matrix: SONOPRESS G-3304 / GED24433 E]
[Trackzeiten: Software (foobar2000)]

The main sessions for Bleach took place at Reciprocal Recording Studios in Seattle, Washington, with local producer Jack Endino manning the board. Nirvana began recording with a
five hour session on 24th December, 1988. The band recorded again on December 29 - 31, and on January 14 & 24. Ultimately Jack Endino billed the group for 30 hours of recording time. Three of the album's songs Floyd The Barber, Paper Cuts, and the CD-only track Downer were recorded during a previous session at Reciprocal Studios in 1988, featuring Dale Crover
on drums. Despite attempts to re-record them with new drummer Chad Channing, the band ultimately decided to remix the versions recorded with Dale Crover for the final version of Bleach. Big Long Now was omitted from the album because vocalist/guitarist Kurt Cobain felt "there was already enough slow heavy stuff on Bleach, and he "didn't want that song to go out", according to Jack Endino.The album was edited and sequenced, but Sub Pop head Bruce Pavitt ordered that the album be completely resequenced. The record was further delayed for several months until Sub Pop was able to secure sufficient funds to issue it. The recording sessions were completed with a cost of $606.