NIRVANA: 'Classic Albums – Nevermind' DVD Due In October

According to The Internet Nirvana Fan Club, a DVD about NIRVANA's legendary "Nevermind" album is scheduled for an October 25 release. The DVD, which is part of the popular "Classic Albums" series, will most likely follow the recording of the album, based on past and possibly new interviews. Other documentaries in the series focused on such artists as U2, THE WHO, IRON MAIDEN, JIMI HENDRIX and METALLICA. The METALLICA one follows the recording of their mega-successful "Black" album, using new and old interviews, revisiting the multi-track masters (with comments from producers and band members), clips of music videos and much more. It is an extremely well-produced and interesting documentary, using original music by the band as opposed to other unofficial documentaries. Order the NIRVANA DVD online here.


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