Spin: "BLEACH is truer to 'grunge' than what followed, with bratty nihilism and sludgy dynamics dominating."
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item number: ZENG 00342
- Released: October 1, 1989
- Originally Released: 1990
- Label: Sub Pop
Rolling Stone - p.744 stars out of 5 -- "Beginning with a feedback overture and ending with full-on instrument destruction, the live set is a snapshot of a menacingly feral band about to become a beast."
Spin - p.82"BLEACH is truer to 'grunge' than what followed, with bratty nihilism and sludgy dynamics dominating."
Q (Magazine) - p.1284 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he stellar factor was Cobain: his voice, his songwriting, even his underrated guitar playing -- all lent Nirvana peculiar qualities that ensured this music transcended constraints of time and fashion."
Record Collector (magazine) - p.883 stars out of 5 -- "'About A Girl' is still the most Beatles-like Cobain moment."
- 2.Floyd The Barber
- 3.About A Girl
- 5.Love Buzz
- 6.Paper Cuts
- 7.Negative Creep
- 9.Swap Meet
- 10.Mr. Moustache
- 12.Big Cheese
Nirvana: Kurt Cobain (vocals, guitar); Jason Everman (guitar); Chris Novoselic (bass); Chad Channing (drums).
Additional personnel: Dale Crover (drums).
Recorded at Reciprocal Recording, Seattle, Washington.
Personnel: Kurt Cobain (vocals, guitar); Jason Everman (guitar); Dale Crover, Chad Channing (drums).
Recording information: Reciprocal Recording, Seattle, WA (12/1988-01/1989).
Photographers: Tracy Marander; Charles Peterson .