NIRVANA Released Rowdy Debut Album ‘BLEACH’ This Day In 1989

15 June 2021

Today 32 years ago, on 15 June 1989 grunge icons NIRVANA released
their debut longplayer BLEACH (its working title was ‘Too Many Humans‘).

Despite raving reviews the LP failed to chart. The record was re-released by
Geffen Records, 3 years later, in 1992 after the band became globally famous
with follow-up blockbuster album ‘Nevermind‘ that came out in 1991.

ALL MUSIC formulated the album’s true worth precisely well: “Bleach is more
than a historical curiosity since it does have its share of great songs, but it isn’t a
lost classic, it’s a debut from a band that shows potential but haven’t yet achieved
it.”
Score: 4/5.

Singles: Love Buzz / Blew

– LOVE BUZZ –

– BLEW –
(Smoking live version)

Album in full…
(Original tracklist: #1 – #11)

.
NIRVANA: Website – Facebook – All Albums

OOPS! Too Late…

17 January 2021

Back in 1989 grunge legends NIRVANA released debut LP BLEACH.
It was the start of a blitzkrieg career that, unfortunately, ended
with Kurt Cobain‘s suicide on 8 April 1994.

A couple of days ago Tapehead City send this message to the world:

“In homage of Kurt and this historic album we bring you Nirvana ‘Bleach’
Love Buzz red edition for Valentine’s Day (Feb 14, 2021). Limited to 500
copies
, exclusively available at Tapehead City!”

Oh no, damn

Well, we still can stream
the album on Spotify

.
(cassette images via Tape Head City)