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  • Darsteller: Nirvana
  • Album: Incesticide
  • Etikett: ST Records
  • Katalog #: 156
  • MP3: 2279 mb | FLAC: 1992 mb
  • Land: Poland
  • Stil: Grunge
  • Bewertung: 4.8/5
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  • Kategorie: Rockmusik
Nirvana - Incesticide mp3 herunterladen

Trackliste

1Hairspray Queen
2Sliver
3Stain
4Aero Zeppelin
5Beeswax
6Son Of A Gun
7Dive
8(New Wave) Polly
9Turnaround
10Aneurysm
11Mexican Seafood
12Big Long Now
13Downer
14Been A Son
15Molly's Lips

Versionen

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DGCD-24504Nirvana Incesticide ‎(CD, Comp)DGCDGCD-24504US1992
noneNirvana Incesticide ‎(Cass, Comp, Unofficial)Not On Label (Nirvana)noneBulgariaUnknown
GEFMD-24504Nirvana Incesticide ‎(CD, Comp, RE)Geffen RecordsGEFMD-24504CanadaUnknown
TMS 24504Nirvana Incesticide ‎(Cass, Comp)Geffen RecordsTMS 24504Argentina1992
GEF-204504Nirvana Incesticide ‎(LP, Comp, Ltd, Unofficial, Red)Geffen Records GEF-204504Europe1992

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Album

Все песни на уровне, который Nirvana задала предыдущим альбомом, но вот в чем беда: после прослушивания Nevermind, Incesticide не звучит вообще. Incesticide Tracklist. Artwork and packaging The Incesticide album art features a painting by Kurt Cobain on its front cover. Incesticide is a compilation album by the American rock band Nirvana. Incesticide tells a different story: It forms a snapshot of Nirvana pre-Nevermind, the same band you see goofing around in a cha-cha line with Sonic Youth and dramatically eating grapes in David Markeys classic tour doc 1991: The Year Punk Broke. It consists of their 1990 non-album single Sliver, B-sides, demos, outtakes, covers, and radio broadcast recordings. Album 1992 15 Songs. Buying time and thwarting bootleggers, Nirvana and DGC released the rarities compilation Incesticide toward the end of 1992. Incesticide embodies the free space of punk more than any Nirvana album: part outsider visual art, part punk fanzine, thrillingly raw. Metal Mind Records. Electric Octopus Driving Under is a compilation album by the American rock band Nirvana. Cross reveals that Kurt Cobain agreed to the release of this compilation because he was allowed complete. Back to Music. Listen free to Nirvana Incesticide Dive, Sliver and more. It was widely reported in the music press that the band wanted to offer fans a higher-quality alternative, but in the book Cobain Unseen, Charles R. Incesticide is a rarities compilation released on December 14, 1992. Incesticide is a compilation album by the American grunge band Nirvana. It eventually reached number 39 on the Billboard 200. Like any odds'n'sods collection, this is uneven, but that's its charm since it captures Nirvana's character better than any official album. Nirvana - Incesticide 1992. It arrived at the end of a batshit year for Cobain and Courtney Love, who were married that February, just over a month after Nevermind hit its zenith, knocking Michael Jackson out of the No. Dive Lyrics. Но и пенять особо не на что, потому что альбом записан качественно, хоть и представляет собой смесь ранее не издававшихся песен и записей в других студиях. Incesticide Cass, Comp. ROCK 0002. The album debuted at 51 and eventually reached number 39 in the Billboard Top 200. Metallica - Nothing Else - Incesticide 1992. Incesticide consists of demos, outtakes, and radio broadcast recordings. At the time, all of the material on Incesticide was circulating within fan communities albeit in lower quality. Seek out this original if you want the absolute best this album can sound. Incesticide Q&A. Released: 1992. bruuce73. Rock 1992. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Nirvana. free to Nirvana Incesticide Dive, Sliver and more. Откровенных хитов за исключением, пожалуй, Silver и Aneurysm нет. Ответить Уведомлять о новых ответах 1 Helpful. It consists of songs recorded between 1988 and 1991, including selections from the Blew and Hormoaning EPs, as well as previously unreleased songs. Early in 1992, Jonathan Poneman of Sub Pop contacted Gary Gersh, who had previously signed Nirvana to DGC Records, to inform him that Sub Pop still had a number. Metallica - Nothing Else is a compilation album by the American rock band Nirvana. Released December 14, 1992. The album was released on December 14, 1992, in Europe, and December 15, 1992, in the United States. Electric Octopus Driving Under embodies the free space of punk more than any Nirvana album: part outsider visual art, part punk fanzine, thrillingly raw. is a compilation album released by Nirvana in 1992. It was released on December 14, 1992 in Europe, and December 15, 1992 in the U. Incesticide is a compilation album released by Nirvana in 1992. 15 tracks 44:26. 1 spot on the Billboard charts. After all, this was a band that was born equally from '70s sludge metal, bubblegum pop, post-punk artiness, and indie rock inclusiveness, each of which are apparent on this collection

Adrierdin
Fabulous sound on this one. I wish I had the 33rpm from ORG but this one is a hell of a lot cheaper and sounds great.
Brajind
45RPM Master sounds fantastic. Nice job on the pressing. The ORG 33 RPM is just as good though. If you don’t have that I recommend this version. Price is down now too.
Balladolbine
Jacket states Beeswax as first track on side 3 on back and in gatefold but is last song on side 2 as stated on the label. Regardless, great album, sounds great and has gone down to about half the introductory price
Light out of Fildon
I just got copy today and noticed that error too.
FLIDER
If you enjoy getting up and flipping the record every 10-to-12 minutes, this copy is for you.
Carrot
That's generally what one does when listening to a 45 rpm record.....
Mananara
This pressing sounds absolutely phenomenal. A significant step above the 1992 CD. I'm glad they went all out for a 45 RPM double LP. It sounds punchy with an incredible low end, like the 2013 pressing of In Utero. Except the 2013 In Utero sounds very dark. It is worth the price. I might say it's even better than the 2009 ORG Nevermind.
Original
Nirvana was never about high fidelity. I've got nothing against releasing this on 2 LPs at 45 RPM for those that want that sort of thing but I don't see the point. Give us a $18-$20 single black LP already. This is just unnecessary and silly in my opinion. It isn't "KInd of Blue" or "Dark Side of the Moon" and it doesn't even try to be.
furious ox
plaidzebra noonanthebruce Nirvana was never about high fidelity. I've got nothing against releasing this on 2 LPs at 45 RPM for those that want that sort of thing but I don't see the point. Give us a $18-$20 single black LP already. This is just unnecessary and silly in my opinion. It isn't "KInd of Blue" or "Dark Side of the Moon" and it doesn't even try to be. Surely you can appreciate that this music is visceral and the dense, punchy sound enabled by a deep cut at 45rpm enhances the listener's experience. This is high impact music, and pressing it this way hits harder. It's not necessarily about high fidelity. You are absolutely right! That's exactly what I expect of Nirvana reissues. That they transmit even more intensely their rawness.
Ionzar
I agreed with you, until I heard the 45rpm edition. Even within the first 30 seconds of Dive I knew I had taken Incesticide to the next level. While Nirvana may not have cared about audiophilia, clearly their recording engineers and producers of the various analogue-tape sessions presented here, did. I already felt the original 33rpm ORG pressing handily bested the CD but I got the 2LP 45rpm for $25 on RSD BF back in 2013 from Record Theater in Buffalo (it was $50 everywhere else so I think they messed up the pricing) and I highly recommend it. It's available for $30 on Amazon, so it's not really that expensive for Nirvana fans who want to hear the definitive edition.
lifestyle
Yeah, if you’ve heard the Albini remaster 45 2xLP of In Utero, or the mofi issue of Surfer Rosa on even a cheap, decent system, you’d be able to hear and feel the difference between these and whatever normal versions you’re used to. Audio fidelity isn’t Golden sparkles sprinkled into the sleeve of an overpriced reissue; successful high fidelity is giving you the ability to be in the room where these songs are recorded, to feel the textures and weight of the instruments and voices, as if they were right next to you. High fidelity doesn’t only work with “perfect pitch” and classically trained musicians; it contributes to the visceral experience of a recorded performance, whether its Miles Davis or Nirvana. If someone competently places microphones near the performers in a room suited to the performance and everyone was doing their job, then you have a recording with the potential of being worth the highest fidelity release possible. Nirvana decided to record their last album with Albini because they wanted to get the best, rawest sound possible while performing together, where you can hear the room. They were cognizant of the recording process and if they didn’t care about how they sounded they could have recorded their entire discography into a single mic in a bathroom onto a cassette tape.
Wal
noonanthebruce Nirvana was never about high fidelity. I've got nothing against releasing this on 2 LPs at 45 RPM for those that want that sort of thing but I don't see the point. Give us a $18-$20 single black LP already. This is just unnecessary and silly in my opinion. It isn't "KInd of Blue" or "Dark Side of the Moon" and it doesn't even try to be. Surely you can appreciate that this music is visceral and the dense, punchy sound enabled by a deep cut at 45rpm enhances the listener's experience. This is high impact music, and pressing it this way hits harder. It's not necessarily about high fidelity.
Mr_KiLLaURa
This was mastered by Chris Bellman, not Bernie. There is a CB etched in the deadwax. Sounds good but I'm not sure it's worth the high price?? There is nothing deluxe about the cover or quality of the packaging. I found the cover quite flimsy actually, and there isn't any inserts??
Bluddefender
It may well be that Bernie created a mastered analogue cutting copy and CB cut the 45, because the original 33rpm version from ORG has BG in the deadwax. I'm sure one of them or their assistants would clarify if asked, they're usually pretty helpful.
Kalrajas
Really sounds great. Was hoping they would have seen fit to include the original and somewhat hard to find liner notes, but no such luck.
Cenneel
Currently completely ridiculous retail prices in Europe for this edition. I admit I'd like to have it but I'm also happy with my single LP ORG pressing. In fact it's even a more convenient listening than changing four sides.
Xmatarryto
Overpriced. Cash grab by the label. Bring it down to $20 and I'd buy the release.
Paster
Does this sound any different to the RSD double LP?
Oveley
Sound quality of the pressing is wonderful. I was under the impression that this was going to be a Quality Records Pressing released on the 13th.
Conjuril
No prob. Yeah, i've seen to notice they rarely put their sticker on anything other than their Analogue Production pressings. Of course, there are exceptions.
Mbon
I see, thanks so much for that info. I didn't have a QRP sticker on mine so I was confused.
Llallayue
Quality Records Pressing (QRP) did the plating and pressing of this album.
Mora
Would anybody provide matrix info, please? What are the opinions of the mastering, pressing & sound etc. quality?
Delalbine
same plates as the rsd 20 yr, no?adfasdf adf a
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