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1990 Nirvana 'Bleach' Cassette

1990 cassette copy of Nirvana's legendary debut studio album 'Bleach', released in the summer of 1989 by Sub Pop Records

Nirvana practiced for a number of weeks in preparation for recording a full-length album, after the release of their debut single 'Love Buzz' in November 1988. Apparently Cobain felt pressure from Sub Pop to conform to the sounds of the Seattle grunge scene favoured by the label, and claimed that most of the lyrics were written the night before recording while he was feeling "pissed off". Despite this, his unique songwriting skills were clear and the band were on to something extremely special. Definitive 90s...


A1 - Blew
A2 - Floyd The Barber
A3 - About A Girl
A4 - School
A5 - Big Cheese
A6 - Paper Cuts
B1 - Negative Creep
B2 - Scoff
B3 - Swap Meet
B4 - Mr. Moustache
B5 - Sifting

1990 issue from Tupelo Recording Company

Matrix Code : TUPMC 6

Cassette : VG

Sleeve : VG

Made in UK

10% of the profits of this sale will go towards G.L.I.T.S. (Gays and Lesbians Living In a Transgender Society) - a grassroots organization dedicated to supporting the LGBTQIA+ community on a global scale - https://www.glitsinc.org / @glits_inc