Nirvana’s seminal grunge classic, Nevermind, will be reissued as part of a 30th-anniversary series — including a massive box set — starting Nov. 12.

The newly remastered packages include a standard digital and CD, a single vinyl with bonus 7" and the sprawling Super Deluxe version. A total of 94 audio and video tracks (70 previously unreleased) will be included across various configurations.

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Full track listings and preorder information are available at the band’s website.

That previously unissued material includes four complete live shows: Live in Amsterdam, Netherlands (recorded and filmed on Nov. 25, 1991, at the Paradiso); Live in Del Mar, California (recorded on Dec. 28, 1991, at the Pat O’Brien Pavilion at the Del Mar Fairgrounds); Live in Melbourne, Australia for triple j (recorded Feb. 1, 1992, at the Palace in St. Kilda); and Live in Tokyo, Japan (recorded at the Nakano Sunplaza on Feb. 19, 1992).

Those four shows are featured on a pair of Super Deluxe Editions: The vinyl set — which is expected to ship on May 27, 2022 — includes eight 180-gram black LPs, along with a new seven-inch (“Endless, Nameless” backed with “Even in His Youth” and “Aneurysm”); a five-CD set includes a Blu-Ray with the newly remastered HD video concert Live in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

The label previewed the latter with a raucous live performance of “Breed” at the Paradiso. You can see the video below.

In late August, Spencer Elden — the man who, as a baby, posed for Nevermind’s famous cover image — sued Nirvana and Kurt Cobain’s estate, claiming he was exploited for the image. Maggie Mabie, one of Elden’s lawyers, told the Associated Press, "If there is a 30th anniversary rerelease, [Elden] wants for the entire world not to see his genitals.”

However, the image appears to remain at the center of the reissue’s tweaked front cover.

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