Download links and information about Incesticide by Nirvana. This album was released in 1992 and it belongs to Rock, Grunge, Alternative genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 44:38 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Grunge, Alternative|
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|2.||Sliver (Single Version)||2:16|
|4.||Been A Son||1:55|
|5.||Turnaround (BBC John Peel Session 1990)||2:19|
|6.||Molly's Lips (BBC John Peel Session 1990)||1:54|
|7.||Son Of A Gun (BBC John Peel Session 1990)||2:48|
|8.||(New Wave) Polly (BBC Mark Goodier Session)||1:48|
|14.||Big Long Now||5:04|
With the explosive, unexpected success of Nirvana’s Nevermind, the band and its record label issued a set of frequently bootlegged material while Nirvana toured and worked up the songs for what would become In Utero. Nirvana had enough outtakes, limited-edition early singles, and live BBC radio recordings to assemble Incesticide, a collection truer to the band’s free spirit than its official studio albums. “Smells Like Teen Spirit” had introduced a well-produced alternative rock band with vague punk roots, but here two Vaselines covers (“Molly’s Lips,” “Son of a Gun”) and a Devo cover (“Turnaround”) were more Nirvana's style. The early single “Sliver” was a key track—as catchy as anything Cobain would ever write—while the version of “(New Wave) Polly” furthered the band's loose ends. “Been a Son” and “Aneurysm” stick closer to Nirvana's punk-pop side, while “Mexican Seafood,” “Hairspray Queen,” and “Aero Zeppelin” experiment toward the harder extremes.