NIRVANA Best Of CD Track Listing Revealed

NIRVANA's forthcoming "best of" CD, simply titled Nirvana, will be released on October 29th. The disc is already listed on Amazon, complete with a track listing.

The list of songs includes the MTV Unplugged performance of David Bowie's "The Man Who Sold The World" and the previously-unreleased track "You Know You're Right", which has currently taken over rock radio airwaves.

Nirvana track listing is as follows:

01. You Know You're Right
02. About A Girl
03. Been A Son
04. Sliver
05. Smells Like Teen Spirit
06. Come As You Are
07. Lithium
08. In Bloom
09. Heart-Shaped Box
10. Pennyroyal Tea
11. Rape Me
12. Dumb
13. All Apologies
14. The Man Who Sold The World

"You Know You're Right" was recorded on January 30th, 1994, two days before the band left Seattle for a scheduled three-month European tour and just two months before Kurt Cobain's death.

A comprehensive Box Set from NIRVANA will follow in 2004, with a rarities album also in the pipeline.


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