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Nirvana - In Utero

Trent Polytechnic. The Mods, Evergreen State College dorm party. Dinosaur Jr. West Hollywood. Roxy Theatre. Little John's Farm. Reading Festival. Tanzbrunnen Monsters of Spex. Tower Records. Cat's Cradle. Saint Andrew's Hall. Northern Lights. Sister Double Happiness.

Palace Theatre. Fox Theatre. Paramount Theatre. October 31, [10]. Wolverhampton Civic Hall. November 15, [11]. Kurt Cobain. Book Category. Categories : films American films English-language films American documentary films Nirvana band video albums. It introduced me and many others to the band. We all remember seeing that cover even when we were younger and those songs will forever infect pop culture.

Wait, why are you talking about Nevermind, you ask? Because I had to preface this review by acknowledging how great that record is before I tell you it's not Nirvana's best record, In Utero is. Okay, so maybe that isn't the most groundbreaking view anyone's heard We've been disinfected by the overplayed singles and coarsced by Kurt himself in hearing his opinion on the production of that record. In Utero was the record he always wanted to make, it was the sound he always wanted and Nirvana never sounded more raw and visceral, it's their Raw Power.

It has the ethos, the lore and the publicity leading up to its release that culminated into its identity and credibity. Kurt gave the middle finger to expectations and pressures and created what he wanted and it still sold and became a critical success.

Nevermind will never leave our conscience for innumerable reasons, one of which being it's transcending message, angst and feeling. So does that mean the songs are better performed, written than In Utero? Are we just talking production then? I'm talking about a terrifyingly focused energy, one of not only his most beautiful but also his most gutteral and pained performances captured in a studio.

There's a lyrical sharpness, a poignancy that cuts deep and also leaves a smile. You'll feel more with this record than their others and you'll be thrown into Nirvana's sound as they should be heard.

This specific collection I'm reviewing will clarify all doubt within its music and its write-ups they put inside the sleeve. Have a listen and tell me what it makes you feel. The story of In Utero is truly amazing. Azerrad asserted in his biography Come as You Are: The Story of Nirvana that the music of In Utero showcased divergent sensibilities of abrasiveness and accessibility that reflected the upheavals Cobain experienced prior to the album's completion.

He wrote, "The Beatlesque 'Dumb' happily coexists beside the all-out frenzied punk graffiti of 'Milk It,' while 'All Apologies' is worlds away from the apoplectic ' Scentless Apprentice. Forget it. This is war. Nevermind came out kind of 'About a Girl'-y and this [album] came out more 'Paper Cuts'".

Several of the songs on In Utero had been written years prior to recording; some of them dated back to Azerrad also noted that "[v]irtually every song contains some image of sickness and disease". Cobain stated in a interview with The Observer that "for the most part [ In Utero ]'s very impersonal".

Grohl said, "A lot of what he has to say is related to a lot of the shit he's gone through. And it's not so much teen angst anymore. It's a whole different ball game: rock star angst. While Cobain said the song was written long before his troubles with drug addiction became public, he agreed that the song could be viewed in that light. Cobain said he wanted his father to know he did not hate him, but had no desire to talk to him.

Cobain originally wanted to name the album I Hate Myself and I Want to Die , a phrase that had originated in his journals in mid Cobain intended the album title as a joke; he stated he was "tired of taking this band so seriously and everyone else taking it so seriously". The band then considered using Verse Chorus Verse —a title taken from its song "Verse Chorus Verse", and an earlier working title of "Sappy"—before eventually settling on In Utero.

The final title was taken from a poem written by Courtney Love. Most of the ideas for the artwork for the album and related singles came from Cobain.

Fisher recalled that "[Cobain] would just give me some loose odds and ends and say 'Do something with it. Cobain created the collage on the back cover, which he described as "Sex and woman and In Utero and vaginas and birth and death", that consists of model fetuses, a turtle shell and models of turtles, and body parts lying in a bed of orchids and lilies.

The collage had been set up on the floor of Cobain's living room and was photographed by Charles Peterson after an unexpected call from Cobain. After the recording sessions were completed, Nirvana sent unmastered tapes of the album to several individuals, including the president of DGC's parent company Geffen Records Ed Rosenblatt and the group's management company Gold Mountain.

When asked about the feedback he received, Cobain told Michael Azerrad, "The grown-ups don't like it. Cobain was upset and said to Azerrad, "I should just re-record this record and do the same thing we did last year because we sold out last year—there's no reason to try and redeem ourselves as artists at this point. I can't help myself—I'm just putting out a record I would like to listen to at home. According to Cobain, "Of course, they want another Nevermind , but I'd rather die than do that.

This is exactly the kind of record I would buy as a fan, that I would enjoy owning. The band members began to have doubts about the record's sound. During this time, Cobain admitted, "The first time I played it at home, I knew there was something wrong. The whole first week I wasn't really interested in listening to it at all, and that usually doesn't happen.

I got no emotion from it, I was just numb. The producer declined; as he recalled, "[Cobain] wanted to make a record that he could slam down on the table and say, 'Listen, I know this is good, and I know your concerns about it are meaningless, so go with it. My problem was that I feared a slippery slope. Novoselic was pleased with the results, but Cobain still did not feel the sound was perfect. Soon afterward, in April , Albini remarked to the Chicago Tribune that he doubted Geffen would release the completed album.

All I know is A few weeks later I hear that it's unreleasable and it's all got to be redone". Rosenblatt insisted in a press release that Geffen would release anything the band submitted, and label founder David Geffen made the unusual move of personally calling Newsweek to complain about the article.

Nirvana wanted to do further work on the recorded tracks, and considered working with producer Scott Litt and remixing some tracks with Andy Wallace who had mixed Nevermind. Albini vehemently disagreed, and claimed he had an agreement with the band that it would not modify the tracks without his involvement.

Albini initially refused to give the album master tapes to Gold Mountain, but relented after a phone call from Novoselic. One song, " I Hate Myself and Want to Die ", was omitted from the final track listing as Cobain felt there were too many "noise" songs on the album.

Though it's still them singing and playing their songs, and the musical quality of it still comes across. To avoid over-hyping the album, DGC Records took a low-key approach to promoting In Utero ; the company's head of marketing told Billboard before the album's release that the label was taking a promotional strategy similar to that of Nevermind , and explained that the label would "set things up, duck, and get out of the way".

The label aimed its promotion at alternative markets and press, and released the album on vinyl record as part of this strategy. Aggressive Bittersweet Druggy. Energetic Happy Hypnotic. Romantic Sad Sentimental. Sexy Trippy All Moods. Drinking Hanging Out In Love.

Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. One minute, Nevermind is jackbooting Michael Jackson out of the No.

His songs invariably open with a slow-boil verse, usually sung in a plaintive groan over muted strumming and a tempered backbeat. Then Cobain vaporizes you with a chorus of immense power-chord static and primal howling.

List of Nirvana concerts. Jump to navigation Jump to search. From March to March 1, , Nirvana performed on various shows and concerts List of live performances Early gigs. Date City Country Venue Other Performers March 7, Raymond In Utero arena tour. Date City Country Venue Other Performers North America September 23,

9 thoughts on “Nirvana - In Utero ”

  1. Akilmaran says:
    In Utero is the third and final studio album by the American alternative rock band Nirvana, released on September 21, by DGC Records. Following the success of the group's breakthrough album Nevermind, Nirvana sought to avoid that album's polished production and hired recording engineer Steve Albini to produce the record.
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    20th Anniversary Edition pressed on g vinyl including 5 previously unreleased tracks. Tracklist Side A Serve the Servants Scentless Apprentice Heart-Shaped Box Side B Rape Me Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge on Seattle Dumb Side C Very Ape Milk It Pennyroyal Tea Side D .
  4. Daikree says:
    Aug 25,  · Nirvana was the biggest band in the world, but did not want it (one of the few bands that truly did not want the title/publicity). In Utero was an attempt to return to their true form - closer to Bleach. There was so much interest from the record company to get another Nevermind, but at this point Nirvana was burnt out/5().
  5. Goshura says:
    Apr 15,  · If Nirvana was going to end on a good note - in terms of acclaim, popularity and craft - this is the best way to do it. If Nevermind was ended up being a reflection of their entry into indie/mega popular status, In Utero both solidified their popularity and confirm them as anti-pop stars/5().
  6. Moogukora says:
    Sep 24,  · Fittingly, for an album that starkly contrasts Nirvana's melodic and maniacal extremes, In Utero: 20th Anniversary Edition highlights another inherent contradiction: much like the Beatles’ Let 10/
  7. Dajin says:
    Nirvana probably hired Steve Albini to produce In Utero with the hopes of creating their own Surfer Rosa, or at least shoring up their indie cred after becoming a pop 10/
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    Oct 19,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Nirvana - In Utero at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Nirvana collection/5(K).
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