Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Nirvana's Debut, Bleach, From the People Who Were There

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A dapper Krist Novoselic in 1989.
As promised, we made a big to-do about the 20th anniversary re-issue of Bleach, Nirvana's debut in the printed and electronic pages of Seattle Weekly today. Read all about it here, and help yourself to a remastered copy of the record -- complete with an entire Nirvana live show from 1990 -- on November, 3. There, you've got something else to do on Tuesday BESIDES vote. But, you should probably do both. Right, Krist?

Here's what we've got:

-- Nirvana co-founder/bassist Krist Novoselic interviews Bleach drummers Dale Crover and Chad Channing and discuss potato chips, "Big Cheese," and their friend Kurt.

-- Jack Endino: Recording Nirvana Before They Were Nirvana: Jack Endino recorded an unknown, unnamed band at an unmemorable session that he'll never forget.

-- Bleach Signaled Chaos Around the Corner: Nirvana's debut could have been the band's swan song. Instead it was the start of the sound that made Seattle famous.

-- Back in Bleach: The first Nirvana album was probably the last one you heard, but it marks a critical chapter in Seattle music history.

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