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Nirvana: Live at Reading
     

Nirvana: Live at Reading

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This release from seminal rock band Nirvana captures a live performance by the band, recorded on August 30, 1992 at the Reading Festival. Some of the tracks featured in the performance include "Spank Thru," "All Apologies," "The Money Will Roll Right In," and more.

Overview

This release from seminal rock band Nirvana captures a live performance by the band, recorded on August 30, 1992 at the Reading Festival. Some of the tracks featured in the performance include "Spank Thru," "All Apologies," "The Money Will Roll Right In," and more.

Product Details

Release Date:
11/03/2009
UPC:
0602527203690
Original Release:
1992
Rating:
NR
Source:
Geffen Records
Region Code:
0
Sound:
[DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound, Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Sales rank:
14,668

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Nirvana: Live at Reading
1. Intro [1:44]
2. Breed [2:57]
3. Drain You [3:54]
4. Aneurysm [4:34]
5. School [3:12]
6. Sliver [2:13]
7. In Bloom [4:33]
8. Come as You Are [3:34]
9. Lithium [5:10]
10. About a Girl [3:09]
11. Tourette's [1:51]
12. Polly [2:48]
13. Lounge Act [3:04]
14. Smells Like Teen Spirit [5:53]
15. On a Plain [3:00]
16. Negative Creep [2:54]
17. Been a Son [3:23]
18. All Apologies [3:25]
19. Blew [5:23]
20. Dumb [2:34]
21. Stay Away [3:41]
22. Spank Thru [3:05]
23. Love Buzz [4:56]
24. The Money Will Roll Right In [2:13]
25. D-7 [3:43]
26. Territorial Pissings [7:12]
27. Credits [3:01]

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Nirvana: Live at Reading 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
alexVA More than 1 year ago
I am only 17, meaning that I was 2 when Nirvana ended, and watching this DVD is simply amazing. I know that I'll never get to see a real Nirvana show, but I think that this is truly the closest I can come to being at one. The concert is shot very intimately (even though it was at a large festival) making it seem more like a smaller club show. The performance was top-notch and purely entertaining, with so many performances of great songs. It also shows a little bit of a sense of humor held by the band, both in a couple jokes told over the course of the show, and a random guy dancing on stage for half of the songs. Nirvana is a huge influence to me as a songwriter, and actually seeing them perform is a wonderful experience. So I recommend this DVD to anyone who is willing to turn down the lights, blast the volume, and get truly into one of the greatest performers of all time.