Live at Reading

Nirvana - Live at Reading
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Based on 14 reviews
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Based on 105 ratings
2009 Ratings: #2
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August 30, 1992, 11 months after the the release of Nevermind, Nirvana are on top of the world. The closing act of the final night of the Reading fest, this would be Nirvana's last show in the UK. ("Cobain had programmed the day's bill, which featured acts like the Melvins, the Screaming Trees, Pavement, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds")

Cobain, amid rumors of bad health (heroin usage) is rolled out in a wheelchair. After a few theatrical moments Nirvana hits the ground running and ... read more
Take away all the Moody preteens, conspiracy theories and pretentious thinking for just one Nirvana album. Nirvana was best live, loud and in your face (something the remastered releases heavily downgrade on) Nirvana is as grityy, loud, obnoxious and fun like Gen x remembers and to think this isn't even their best live album! Hardly anything beats dancing Tony and Kurt being rolled up on a wheelchair to start off a great show.
Nirvana in their prime performing at their best
Nirvana at their rawest
The first half of this was good enough to earn 100 it simply blew me away. The second half, although not as awesome as the first, is still great
Definitely worth a listen
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Track List

  1. Breed
  2. Drain You
  3. Aneurysm
  4. School
  5. Sliver
  6. In Bloom
  7. Come As You Are
  8. Lithium
  9. About A Girl
  10. Tourette's
  11. Polly
  12. Lounge Act
  13. Smells Like Teen Spirit
  14. On A Plain
  15. Negative Creep
  16. Been A Son
  17. All Apologies
  18. Blew
  19. Dumb
  20. Stay Away
  21. Spank Thru
  22. The Money Will Roll Right In
  23. D-7
  24. Territorial Pissings
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