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Incesticide
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on January 18, 2017
The main description says this item is the 20th anniversary version of this record by Nirvana. But the item description claims it's the 25th version that's remastered by Bernie Grundman and the truth is it is not remastered by Bernie Grundman and this is not the 25th anniversary version of this record. The copyrights listed show 2012. If this was a reissue for the 25th Anniversary it would have had 2017 as the copyright. This record was mastered by Chris Bellman according to the credits (attached proof). No mention of a remaster. Here are the photographs proving that the item description is wrong. I have the RSD 20th Anniversary version of this record and the info is identical with the exception that my RSD version has a gold stamp. This one I ordered from Amazon does not! The bar code matches my 20th Anniversary RSD release. Please update your item description.
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Definitely Nirvana's most underrated album. Somebody else on this page commented that you'll find yourself remembering the melodies on this disc easily, and that's the truth. If I had to pick a favorite song on here, it would be Hairspray Queen- how Kurt Cobain sang like that and could still use his voice afterwards is beyond me.
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on October 1, 2013
The edgier Nirvana we didn't hear on "Nevermind" surfaces on "Incesticide," an assortment of pre-"Nevermind" singles and other material that was circulating among the fan community prior to its release. Rawer than their major label debut and yet poppier in spots than "In Utero," this album lives somewhere in the ether between both of those outings. Crucial moments include the radio-ready "Sliver," Vaselines' cover, "Molly's Lips," and the brutal "Aneurysm," which is easily one of the best songs these guys ever recorded. Fun listening for casual fans; absolutely essential for the devotees.
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on January 25, 2014
This album is a lot different than much of Nirvana's other works and more closely follows their early pre-Nevermind tracs. This thing rocks in all the right ways. It's one of those listens that you go through thinking "yeah it's OK" then find yourself humming the rhythms and choruses needing to hear it again. For some reason this one seems harder to find than the others too, get it before they re-release it all hacked up or remastered, you won't be sorry you did.
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on July 24, 2014
Nirvana's "nosier" era?
I love Insecticide, it seems like Nirvana's sort of.. grunge..y...er era. I can't quite find a word for it.
While In Utero is my favorite, and Nevermind would be my second favorite, AND this one is last it doesn't mean it's bad at all!
Only real fans would dig this. And if you're listening to it expecting another Nevermind or something you're not going to be too happy.
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on November 1, 2017
Love this one very much, became my unexpected favorite! I don't know why a lot of Nirvana fans like myself never talk about this one? So different from the other ones more pop-punk sounding then grudge in my opinion.
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on December 12, 2013
Incesticide for the true life long Nirvana fan (best concert ever was at the Cow Palace in 93) has to be the best reflection of the punk rock side of Nirvana. Big Long Now, Hairspray Queen, the definitive version of Anuerysm, Dive, etc.

Insanely great album. Big Long Now & Come as you are are probably my top all time Nirvana songs.
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on May 11, 2016
It's really good and price, too. Love all the tracks, mostly of heavy, raw and grunge sound, just the way I like it cause I'm big fans of Grunge bands and Nirvana, too.
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on April 12, 2018
no problems
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on January 19, 2018
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