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The discography of Nirvana, an Aberdeen, Washington-based American rock band, consists of three studio albums, twenty-one singles, five live albums, two extended plays, four compilation albums, and two box sets.
Nirvana was formed in 1987 by vocalist and guitarist Kurt Cobain and bassist Krist Novoselic, with the position of drummer being filled by various musicians. The band released its debut album, Bleach, in 1989 on independent label Sub Pop. After being joined by final drummer Dave Grohl and signing to Geffen Records subsidiary DGC Records, the band released its second studio album, Nevermind, which became one of the best selling alternative albums of the 1990s and popularized the Seattle grunge movement and alternative music. The band's third album, In Utero, was also a commercial and critical success, though it did not match the sales precedent set by Nevermind—as the members of the band expected.Gaar, Gillian G. (2006). In Utero 33⅓. New York: Continuum. . p. 3 Nirvana disbanded in 1994 after the death of Cobain; since then several posthumous releases have been issued from the band, which once resulted in a legal conflict between Cobain's widow, Courtney Love, and the surviving members of the band over the release of the song "You Know You're Right". In 2006, Love sold a significant share of the rights to Cobain's song catalog to Primary Wave Music Publishing. Since its debut, the band has sold 27.6 million albums in the United States alone,Ask Billboard: Rihanna's (Quirky) Record in the Hot 100's Top 10 With 'Needed Me' billboard.com. Retrieved October 6, 2016. and over 75 million records worldwide.

Albums

Studio albums

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! "—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that territory.

Singles

Retail singles

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! Nevermind
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! scope="row" "Come as You Are"
rowspan="3" 1992
32
3
3
25
15
27
15
8
12
7
16
3
8
24
9
  • FRA: Gold
  • UK: Platinum
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! scope="row""Lithium"
64
16
25
53
28
83
19
1
—
5
17
28
4
—
11
  • UK: Silver
  • -
    ! scope="row""In Bloom"
    —
    5
    —
    73
    —
    —
    65
    16
    —
    7
    87
    20
    10
    30
    28
  • UK: Silver
  • -
    ! scope="row" "Heart-Shaped Box"
    rowspan="2" 1993
    —
    4
    1
    21
    31
    17
    16
    9
    37
    6
    36
    9
    4
    16
    5
  • UK: Silver
  • rowspan="3" In Utero
    -
    ! scope="row""All Apologies"/
    "Rape Me"
    —
    4
    —
    1
    —
    58
    43
    41
    —
    77
    —
    20
    20
    —
    32
    —
    —
    32
    -
    ! scope="row" "Pennyroyal Tea"
    rowspan="2" 1994
    —{{efngroup=upper-alphaThe "Pennyroyal Tea" single was cancelled after the death of Kurt Cobain in 1994, but it charted at number 1 on the Billboard Hot Singles Sales chart, when re-released for Record Store Day in 2014.
    —
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    121{{efngroup=upper-alphaThe "Pennyroyal Tea" single was cancelled after the death of Kurt Cobain in 1994, but it charted at number 4 on the UK Physical Singles Sales chart,Official Physical Singles Chart Top 100 – 27 April 2014 – 03 May 2014 officialcharts.com. Retrieved 28 Feb, 2015. and number 121 on the UK Singles Chart, http://www.zobbel.de/cluk/140426cluk.txt CHART LOG UK: NEW ENTRIES UPDATE – CLUK Update 26.04.2014 (wk16) zobbel.de. Retrieved February 28, 2016. when re-released for Record Store Day in 2014.
    -
    ! scope="row""About a Girl"
    —
    3
    1
    4
    13
    10
    64
    8
    23
    —
    22
    —
    —
    20
    185
    MTV Unplugged in New York
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    ! scope="row" "You Know You're Right"
    2002
    45
    1
    1
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    Nirvana
    -
    colspan="19" "—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that territory.
    Notes

    Promotional singles

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    + List of music videos, showing year released and director
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    !Album
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    1990
    Steve Brown
    Sub Pop Video Network Program 1
    -
    ! scope="row" "Smells Like Teen Spirit"
    1991
    Samuel Bayer
    rowspan="4" Nevermind
    -
    ! scope="row" "Come as You Are"
    rowspan="3" 1992
    rowspan="4" Kevin Kerslake
    -
    ! scope="row" "Lithium"
    -
    ! scope="row" "In Bloom"
    -
    ! scope="row" "Sliver"
    rowspan="2" 1993
    Incesticide
    -
    ! scope="row" "Heart-Shaped Box"
    Anton Corbijn
    In Utero
    -
    ! scope="row" "You Know You're Right"
    2002
    Chris Hafner
    Nirvana

    Video albums

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    ! 1
    9
    6
    6
    • US: 3× Platinum
    • AUS: PlatinumARIA Certified DVDs 2007 aria.com. Retrieved 1 July 2014.
    • CAN: 2× Platinum
    • NZ: Platinum
    • UK: 2× Platinum
    -
    With the Lights Out
    • Released: November 23, 2004
    • Labels: DGC, Geffen (000372700), Universal (9864838)
    • Formats: 3×CD+DVD box set
    3
    —
    —
    —
  • US: Platinum
  • -
    Classic Albums: Nirvana – Nevermind
    • Released: March 22, 2005
    • Label: Eagle Rock Entertainment
    • Format: DVD
    4
    13
    —
    3
    • US: Platinum
    • AUS: PlatinumARIA Certified DVDs 2008 aria.com. Retrieved 1 July 2014.
    • NZ: Gold
    -
    MTV Unplugged in New York
    • Released: November 20, 2007
    • Label: DGC
    • Format: DVD
    6
    3
    —
    1
    • US: 7x Platinum
    • UK: Platinum
    • AUS: Platinum
    • NZ: Platinum
    -
    Live at Reading
    • Released: November 2, 2009
    • Label: DGC
    • Format: DVD
    1
    4
    —
    —
    • AUS: Platinum
    • NZ: Gold
    -
    Live at the Paramount
    • Released: September 27, 2011
    • Label: DGC
    • Format: DVD, Blu-ray
    1
    1
    4
    —
  • AUS: GoldARIA Certified DVDs 2011 aria.com. Retrieved 1 July 2014.
  • -
    Live and Loud
    • Released: September 24, 2013
    • Label: DGC
    • Format: DVD
    1
    2
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    Other appearances

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    ! Year
    ! Album
    ! Comments
    -
    ! scope="row" "Spank Thru"{{cite weburl= title=Sub Pop 200 author=Torreano, Bradley website=Allmusic accessdate=2007-07-31
    1988
    Sub Pop 200
    A re-recording of a song first performed on the 1985 Illiteracy Will Prevail demo by members of Nirvana as Fecal Matter.
    -
    ! scope="row" {{cite web url= title=Teriyaki Asthma, Vols. 1–5 author=Huey, Steve website=Allmusic accessdate=2007-07-31
    1989
    rowspan="3" Later released on Incesticide.
    -
    ! scope="row" "Beeswax"{{cite web url= title=Kill Rock Stars author=Erlewine, Stephen Thomas website=Allmusic accessdate=2007-07-31
    rowspan="2" 1991
    Kill Rock Stars
    -
    ! scope="row" "Dive"{{cite weburl= title=The Grunge Years author=Torreano, Bradley website=Allmusic accessdate=2007-07-31
    The Grunge Years
    -
    ! scope="row" {{cite web url= title=Hard to Believe: Kiss Covers Compilation, Pay to Play bootleg album (only release on CD) author=Torreano, Bradley website=Allmusic accessdate=2007-07-31
    rowspan="2"1990
    Hard to Believe: Kiss Covers Compilation
    Cover of a 1976 Kiss song.
    -
    ! scope="row" "Here She Comes Now"
    Heaven & Hell: A Tribute to The Velvet Underground
    Cover of a 1968 Velvet Underground song. Previously released on the split single "Here She Comes Now/Venus in Furs" in 1991, it was later released on With the Lights Out in 2004 and on the Nevermind 20th anniversary deluxe editions in 2011.
    -
    ! scope="row" {{cite web url= title=14 Songs for Greg Sage: Wipers Tribute website=Allmusic accessdate=2007-07-31
    rowspan="3" 1993
    Cover of a 1979 Wipers song. Later released on With the Lights Out.
    -
    ! scope="row" "Sappy"{{cite web url= title=No Alternative author=Erlewine, Stephen Thomas website=Allmusic accessdate=2007-07-31
    Nirvana's contribution to the Red Hot AIDS Benefit Series was an uncredited and a secret track.Gaar, 2006. p. 5 The song was originally titled "Sappy", but was renamed prior to release on No Alternative. It was later released on With the Lights Out in 2004 as "Sappy" and on the In Utero 20th anniversary deluxe editions as "Sappy" in 2013 .
    -
    ! scope="row" {{nowrap"I Hate Myself and Want to Die"{{cite web url= title=The Beavis and Butt-Head Experience author=Unterberger, Richie website=Allmusic accessdate=2007-08-04
    Recorded during the sessions for In Utero. This version of "I Hate Myself and Want to Die" was included as a B-side on the cancelled "Pennyroyal Tea" single but is different from the version found on With the Lights Out.
    -
    ! scope="row" "Pay to Play"{{cite weburl= title=DGC Rarities, Vol. 1 author=Erlewine, Stephen Thomas website=Allmusic accessdate=2007-09-04
    1994
    DGC Rarities Vol. 1
    This is an early version of "Stay Away" which was a song on Nevermind. "Pay to Play" was later released on With the Lights Out in 2004 and on the Nevermind 20th anniversary deluxe editions in 2011.
    -
    ! scope="row" "Radio Friendly Unit Shifter"{{cite weburl= title=Home Alive: The Art of Self Defense author=Parisien, Roch website=Allmusic accessdate=2007-09-04
    1996
    Home Alive: The Art of Self Defense
    Live version from a Grenoble, France concert in 1994.
    -
    ! scope="row" "Rape Me"
    1999
    Saturday Night Live: The Musical Performances Vol. 2
    Live version from an appearance on Saturday Night Live.

    Unreleased songs

    Courtney Love stated in May 2002 that she owned 109 unreleased tapes made by Cobain, with or without the other members of Nirvana. Of these songs, many were released on the 61 song box set With the Lights Out in 2004, with three "freshly unearthed" songs appearing on the compilation Sliver: The Best of the Box in 2005. More unreleased Nirvana tracks were released on the deluxe and super deluxe 20th anniversary editions of the Nevermind and In Utero albums in 2011 and 2013 respectively.More Details on Nirvana's Nevermind Reissue pitchfork.com. Retrieved July 9, 2015.https://www.billboard.com/articles/news/468998/nirvanas-nevermind-reissue-to-include-unreleased-recordings Nirvana's 'Nevermind' Reissue to Include Unreleased Recordings billboard.com. Retrieved July 9, 2015.https://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/inside-nirvanas-rarities-packed-in-utero-reissue-20130813 Inside Nirvana's Rarities-Packed 'In Utero' Reissue – A newly discovered track, plus unreleased demos and live cuts will arrive September 24th rollingstone.com Retrieved July 9, 2015. Many more unreleased songs were released on Montage of Heck: The Home Recordings in 2015 which was the companion soundtrack to the film Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck.http://consequenceofsound.net/2015/05/on-kurt-cobain-solo-album-youre-eavesdropping-on-him-in-the-most-positive-sense-of-the-word/ On Kurt Cobain solo album, “You’re eavesdropping on him … in the most positive sense of the word” consequenceofsound.net. Retrieved July 8, 2015. Morgen stated that in Cobain's archive he discovered over 200 hours of audio on over 108 cassettes and that he thought the solo album "would be a nice complement to the film".

    External links

    • Nirvana official page
    • Nirvana Live Guide
    • Live Nirvana

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