With the release of Montage of Heck, so followed a barrage of old bootlegs, undiscovered demos, and other miscellaneous recordings from both Nirvana and its former frontman Kurt Cobain. But, many of those songs, which popped up primarily on YouTube, would quickly get snatched from the internet. Well, now, for the first time, several of those rarities will be officially released as the soundtrack to the documentary about the Nirvana leader.
Rolling Stone reports that the album will be called Kurt Cobain – Montage of Heck: The Home Recordings, and it will drop on November 13. The release will come in a 13-track CD or a 31-song deluxe double vinyl LP, and both version will be available digitally, as well. This will accompany the Blu-ray and DVD release of Montage of Heck, which will also be available on November 13.
Along with the standard version of the film, there is a Super Deluxe edition of the release, which Rolling Stone adds comes with “48 minutes of bonus interviews, the 31-track soundtrack on CD and cassette, a 160-page hardbound book with extended interviews, a puzzle, movie poster, postcards and a bookmark. This edition is the only way to obtain the 31-track version of the soundtrack on CD.”
And all of this goodness is also coming before the special vinyl 7″ of Kurt’s cover of The Beatles’ “And I Love Her”/”Sappy (Early Demo)” dropping on November 20. If you or someone you know is a Nirvana fan, there’s plenty of new goodness that’s about to come into their life.
(via Rolling Stone)