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Nirvana - MTV Unplugged In New York (1994) Vinyl-Rip 24/192

21-04-2016, 09:40
Rock | FLAC / APE | HD & Vinyl

Title: MTV Unplugged In New York
Year Of Release: 1994
Label: Geffen Records
Genre: Grunge
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue) 24/192
Total Time: 53:50
Total Size: 2,32 Gb


MTV Unplugged In New York [GEF-24727]

01. About A Girl
02. Come As You Are
03. Jesus Doesn't Want Me For A Sunbeam
04. The Man Who Sold The World
05. Pennyroyal Tea
06. Dumb
07. Polly
08. On A Plain
09. Something In The Way
10. Plateau
11. Oh Me
12. Lake Of Fire
13. All Apologies
14. Where Did You Sleep Last Night

If In Utero is a suicide note, MTV Unplugged in New York is a message from beyond the grave, a summation of Kurt Cobain's talents and pain so fascinating, it's hard to listen to repeatedly. Is it the choice of material or the spare surroundings that make it so effective? Well, it's certainly a combination of both, how the version of the Vaselines' "Jesus Doesn't Want Me for a Sunbeam" or the three covers of Meat Puppets II songs mean as much as "All Apologies" or "Something in the Way." This, in many senses, isn't just an abnormal Nirvana record, capturing them in their sincerest desire to be R.E.M. circa Automatic for the People, it's the Nirvana record that nobody, especially Kurt, wanted revealed. It's a nakedly emotional record, unintentionally so, as the subtext means more than the main themes of how Nirvana wanted to prove its worth and diversity, showcasing the depth of their songwriting. As it turns out, it accomplishes its goals rather too well; this is a band, and songwriter, on the verge of discovering a new sound and style. Then, there's the subtexts, as Kurt's hurt and suicidal impulses bubble to the surface even as he's trying to suppress them. Few records are as unblinkingly bare and naked as this, especially albums recorded by their peers. No other band could have offered covers of David Bowie's "The Man Who Sold the World" and the folk standard "Where Did You Sleep Last Night" on the same record, turning in chilling performances of both -- performances that reveal as much as their original songs.

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Panhistoricus   User offline   21 April 2016 13:23

Hi, can you add some infos about the ripping equipment (needledrop gear)? TX

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tirexiss   User Online   21 April 2016 14:55

Quote: Panhistoricus
Hi, can you add some infos about the ripping equipment (needledrop gear)? TX

Playback device: Pioneer PL-7L + ZYX R1000 Airy 3 gold
Preamplifier: Tube Preamp (Telefunken)


So says the rip author

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danrau   User offline   22 April 2016 09:10


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Panhistoricus   User offline   22 April 2016 11:57

Thanks for answering. Needledropper's infos sound good I had the same cartridge times ago. Telefunken preamps: if it's the mythical V76, it costs lots of money!


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tenth   User offline   25 April 2016 10:33

re-up please!

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