Nirvana Announce Expanded 30th Anniversary Reissue of 'Nevermind'

The set includes four previously unreleased concert albums
Nirvana Announce Expanded 30th Anniversary Reissue of 'Nevermind'
This week marks the 30th anniversary of Nirvana's Nevermind — which came out on possibly the greatest release day ever — and the album is being celebrated with an expanded deluxe reissue. It's out on November 12 through Geffen/UMe/Universal Music Canada.

The reissue features a total of 94 audio and video tracks, 70 of which are previously unreleased. This previously unreleased material includes four full concert recordings: Live in Amsterdam, Netherlands (November 25, 1991); Live in Del Mar, California (December 28, 1991); Live in Melbourne, Australia (February 1, 1992); and Live in Tokyo, Japan (February 19, 1992).

There are a range of different release options, including basic CD/digital and single-LP vinyl (with a bonus 7-inch containing "Endless, Nameless" on the A-side and "Even in His Youth" and "Aneurysm" on the flip). The Super Deluxe Editions include an 8LP set with the 7-inch or a 5CD set with a Blu-ray. The album has also been remastered from the original tapes.

There's a trailer for Nevermind's 30th anniversary, but to see it, fans will need to scan a special image on their phones. There are going to be 10 locations in Canada, starting with three launched today in Toronto: 151 Barton Ave (Barton and Christie), 299 Ossington Ave (Ossington and Harrison) and 621 Bathurst St (Bathurst and Ulster).

Read Exclaim!'s feature about all of the incredible albums that came out on September 24, 1991.