Saturday, 6 May 2017

Nirvana - Outcesticide Boxset (8CD Special Edition) [SBD]

Nirvana
'Outcesticide Boxset'
Special Edition 8CD Box Set 2002
Studio / Live / Demos / Outtakes
Encoded: 192 Kbps MP3



Track List:
Reciprocal Recording Studios, Seattle, WA; January 23, 1988
1. "If You Must" – 3:46
2. "Downer" – 1:36
3. "Floyd the Barber" – 2:05
4. "Paper Cuts" – 3:50
5. "Spank Thru" – 3:17
6. "Beeswax" – 2:32
7. "Pen Cap Chew" – 2:47
Reciprocal Recording Studios; June 6, 1988
8. "Blandest" – 3:39
Cobain's 4-track home recordings; 1987 and/or 1988
9. "Cracker" (listed as "Polly") – 2:20
10. "Don't Want It All" (listed as "Misery Loves Company") – 2:20
11. "Sad" (listed as "Sappy") – 2:22
Evergreen State College Audio Studio, Olympia, WA; Spring 1989
12. "Do You Love Me?" – 3:27 Originally by KISS
Music Source Studios, Seattle; September 1989
13. "Been a Son" – 2:21
Live in Amsterdam, HL; November 5, 1989
14. "Token Eastern Song" (listed as "Junkyard") – 3:26
Live on KAOS (FM), Olympia; September 15, 1990
15. "Opinion" – 1:39
Maida Vale Studios, London, England (John Peel session); November 3, 1990
16. "D-7" – 2:31 Originally by the Wipers
Smart Studios, Madison, WI; April 2-6, 1990
17. "Breed" (listed by its early title, "Imodium") – 3:03
18. "Pay to Play" (early version of "Stay Away") – 3:21
19. "Sappy" – 3:24
NOB Radio Studio, Hilversum, HL; November 25, 1991
20. "Here She Comes Now" – 4:40 Originally by The Velvet Underground
21. "Where Did You Sleep Last Night" – 4:58
Laundry Room Studios, Seattle; April 7, 1992
22. "Return of the Rat – 2:59 Originally by the Wipers
Live in Muggia, Italy; November 16, 1991
23. "Talk to Me" – 3:21
Bonus tracks (on the remastered version only)
24. Krist Novoselic's eulogy – 0:52
25. Courtney Love's eulogy – 6:18

Outcesticide II: The Needle & the Damage Done
The second Outcesticide disc was released in early 1995.
It takes its title from the name of a 1972 song by the
Canadian rock musician Neil Young.
Track #7 was labeled as being donated to Blue Moon by
Cobain's widow, Courtney Love. Love is thanked in the
album's liner notes. However it was most likely recorded
from an FM radio broadcast.

Track List:
Smart Studios, Madison, WI; April 2-6, 1990
1. "In Bloom" – 4:30
Live in Hanau, West Germany; November 18, 1989
2. "Breed" (Listed by its early name, "Immodium") – 3:05
Live in Vienna, Austria; November 22, 1989
3. "Vendetagainst" (listed as "Help Me, I'm Hungry") – 2:36
Live in Muggia, Italy; November 16, 1991
4. "Oh, the Guilt" – 3:12
Live in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; January 23, 1993
5. "Smells Like Teen Spirit" (fet. Flea on trumpet) – 4:48
Live in Chicago, Illinois; October 12, 1991
6. "Pennyroyal Tea" – 4:16
Ariola Ltda BMG, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; January 1993
7. "It's Closing Soon (Drunk in Rio)" (listed as "Closing Time") – 2:38
Live in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; January 23, 1993
8. "Heart-Shaped Box" – 5:27
9. "Scentless Apprentice" – 9:43
Live in Minneapolis, MN; October 14, 1991
10. "Been a Son" – 2:07
11. "Something in the Way" – 3:20
12. "Negative Creep" – 2:02
Live in Valencia, CA; September 26, 1992
13. "Where Did You Sleep Last Night" – 2:27 Originally by Leadbelly
Live in Rennes, France; December 7, 1991
14. "Baba O'Riley" – 3:13 Originally by the Who
Live in Ghent, Belgium; November 23, 1991
15. "The End" – 2:22 Originally by the Doors
Smart Studios, Madison, WI; April 2-6, 1990
16. "Lithium" – 2:55
Live in Modena, Italy; February 21, 1994
17. "Dumb" – 2:24
Live in Hanau, West Germany; November 18, 1989
18. "Molly's Lips" – 2:23 Originally by The Vaselines
Live in Hollywood, CA; August 17, 1990
19. "Verse Chorus Verse" (listed as "In His Hands") – 3:07
Live in Salem, OR; December 14, 1993
20. "The Man Who Sold the World" – 4:35 Originally by David Bowie
Live in London, England (The Word); November 8, 1991
21. "Smells Like Teen Spirit" – 2:58

Outcesticide III: The Final Solution
The third Outcesticide disc was released in late 1995.
Track List:
Live for TV in Paris, France (Canal + Studios); February 4, 1994
1. "Rape Me" – 2:49
2. "Pennyroyal Tea" – 3:54
3. "Drain You" – 3:47
Upland Studios, Arlington, VA (Dave Grohl's Pocketwatch demo); December 23, 1990
4. "Marigold" – 3:07
Live in Hanau, West Germany; November 18, 1989
5. "Dive" – 3:38
Reciprocal Recording Studios, Seattle, WA; December 24, 1988
6. "Mr. Moustache" – 3:38
Reciprocal Recording Studios; June 6, 1988 (upgrade from the first Outcesticide)
7. "Blandest" – 3:52
Music Source Studios, Seattle; September 1989
8. "Even in His Youth" – 3:14
9. "Polly" – 2:35
Live for TV in New York, NY (MTV Studios); January 10, 1992
10. "Smells Like Teen Spirit" – 4:34
Live for TV in Rome, Italy (RAI Italian TV Studios); February 23, 1994
11. "Serve the Servants" – 3:24
12. "Dumb" – 2:37
Live at Reading, England (Reading Festival); August 30, 1992
13. "Tourette's" (listed by its early title, "The Eagle Has Landed") – 2:09
Live in Seattle; November 25, 1990
14. "Aneurysm" – 4:43
15. "Oh, the Guilt" – 3:15
VPRO Studios, Hilversum, NL; November 1, 1989
16. "Dive" – 4:06
17. "About a Girl" – 2:43
Live at Reading (Reading Festival); August 30, 1992
18. "The Money Will Roll Right In" – 2:17 Originally by Fang
Live in Seattle; November 25, 1990
19. "Verse Chorus Verse" (listed as "In His Hands") – 3:14
Live in Ghent, Belgium; November 23, 1991
20. "Curmudgeon" – 2:51
Live in Mezzago, Italy; November 26, 1989
21. "High on the Hog" (listed as "Alcohol", played by Tad with Cobain on Vocals) – 2:10
Live in Tacoma, WA; January 23, 1988
22. "Raunchola" (listed as "Run, Rabbit, Run!") – 4:05
Cobain's 4-track home recording; 1987 and/or 1988
23. "Beans" – 1:17

Outcesticide IV: Rape of the Vaults
The fourth Outcesticide disc was released in 1996.
Track List:
1. "Pennyroyal Tea" Scott Litt Remix - "Wal-Mart" version – 3:38
From the Sub Pop 200 session - Reciprocal Recordings; June 11, 1988
2. "Spank Thru" - 3:21
Live on The Johnathan Ross Show, Channel 4 Studios, London, United Kingdom; December 6, 1991
3. "Territorial Pissings" – 2:41
Live from Top of the Pops, BBC Studios, London, UK; November 27, 1991
4. "Smells Like Teen Spirit (Gothic Version)" – 3:02
Live from Rome, Italy; November 19, 1991
5. "Rape Me" – 2:48
Live from Lincoln, Nebraska; May 13, 1990
6. "Pay to Play" (Early version of "Stay Away) – 3:44
Live from Long Beach, California; February 16, 1990
7. "Scoff" - 3:58
8. "Love Buzz" - 3:10
9. "Floyd the Barber" – 2:28
Live from Lincoln, Nebraska; May 13, 1990
10. "Here She Comes Now" – 3:43 Originally by The Velvet Underground
Live from the Reading Festival, Reading, Berkshire, UK; August 30, 1992
11. "D-7" – 3:50 Originally by the Wipers
From a 1990 4-track band demo recorded at Cobain's home:
12. "Drain You" - 3:00
From Cobain's 4-track acoustic home demos, summer 1988:
13. "About a Girl" – 2:45
From a band session at Evergreen College TV Studios, Olympia, Washington; March 20, 1990
14. "Lithium" - 4:21
Recorded at Reciprocal Recordings, Seattle, Washington; December 24, 1988
15. "Blew" – 2:58
Live from Nottingham, UK; December 3, 1991:
16. "All Apologies" – 4:44
Live from Rennes, France; February 16, 1994:
17. "Radio Friendly Unit Shifter"/"My Sharona" – 5:18
18. "Sappy"/"Verse Chorus Verse" – 3:32
From Cobain's home demos, Olympia, Washington; Summer 1988
19. Unknown acoustic demo (mislabeled as "Bambi Slaughter") (The Tango) - 1:30
20. "Clean Up Before She Comes" – 3:04
21. Unknown instrumental (listed as "Black and White Blues") – 1:58
22. "Montage of Heck" – 5:50
23. "Escalator to Hell" (mislabeled as "Montage of Heck, Part 2") – 1:28

Outcesticide V: Disintegration
The last Outcesticide disc was released in late 1998.
Track List:
From the Live Through This sessions with Cobain on backing vocals; October 1993:
1. "Asking for It" (listed as "Live Through This") – 4:28
VPRO, Hilversum, Netherlands; November 5, 1989:
2. "Love Buzz" – 3:30
From a soundcheck at a live performance in Hollywood, California; August 17, 1990:
3. "Verse Chorus Verse" (listed as "In His Hands") – 3:14
Live in Barcelona, Spain; February 9, 1994:
4. "Lithium" – 4:07
5. "Rape Me" – 2:27
From a soundcheck at a live performance at MTV Studios, New York City; January 10, 1992:
6. "On a Plain" – 2:46
7. "Stain" – 2:23
Live at MTV Studios, New York City, New York; January 10, 1992
8. "School" – 2:50
9. "Molly's Lips" – 1:58 Originally by The Vaselines
10. "Aneurysm" – 4:37
From a radio performance on KAOS-FM in Olympia, Washington; April 17, 1987:
11. "Love Buzz" – 3:53
12. "Floyd the Barber" – 2:43
13. "Downer" – 2:29
14. "Mexican Seafood" – 2:54
15. "White Lace and Strange" – 2:39
16. "Spank Thru" – 3:26
17. "Anorexorcist" (listed as "Suicide Samurai") – 3:32
18. "Hairspray Queen" – 4:58
19. "Pen Cap Chew" – 4:13
Live at the Reading Festival in Reading, Berkshire, UK; August 30, 1992:
20. "More Than a Feeling" – 0:56 Originally by Boston
Live at Terminal 1 in M√ľnchen, Germany; March 1, 1994:
21. "My Best Friend's Girl" – 2:24
Live at the Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, Illinois; October 23, 1993:
22. "You Know You're Right" (listed as "Autopilot") – 5:07

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