Label: Kiss The Stone
Catalog Number:  (KTS 577)
Recorded performance:  11-27-93 - AT&T Bayfront Park Amphitheater - Miami, FL United States

Runtime: 73:30 / 18 Tracks
Matrix: KTS577
Additional Artwork

Disc 1
01) Radio Friendly Unit Shifter 4:13
02) Drain You 3:43
03) Breed 3:21
04) Serve The Servants 3:34
05) About A Girl 3:50
06) Heart-Shaped Box 5:00
07) Dumb 3:00
08) In Bloom 4:32
09) Come As You Are 3:43
10) Lithium 4:25
11) Pennyroyal Tea 3:47
12) Polly 6:19
13) Milk It 3:51
14) Rape Me 2:47
15) Territorial Pissings 3:00
16) Jesus Doesn't Want Me For A Sunbeam 4:50
17) Scentless Apprentice 4:51
18) Smells Like Teen Spirit 4:44
In The Shadows Of The Sun

Live Nirvana Bootography Rating:

Live Nirvana Bootography Review:
This disc is great! The artwork is great and the show is great! I love it, this has to be one of the best In Utero shows ever. The show is very energetic, and features a great Territorial Pissings. Kurt talks to the crowd quite a bit and tells the audience (after 'Serve The Servants') to throw rocks at a big neon guitar after the show. At the beginning of Jesus Wants Me For A Sunbeam' the cello is very out of tune.

The conversation that follows is hilarious:

Kurt: What's a matter shmangy?
Dave: c'mon monkey boy
Kurt: where's your monkey?
Krist: would you like to touch my monkey? (the crowd goes wild!)
Kurt: what's going on? why's that so out of tune? BREAK IT!
Krist: throw it in the smash pit!

The cello doesn't sound great throughout the song, but that doesn't matter.

I could tell a million other great things about this show, so if you don't have the chance to pick up the complete version (available on Across America), than this is a good substitute.

Review and scans donated by Yorick

The Far Eastern Counterfeits have the following matrix: KTS 577 IFPI L 851 Thanks To Anders Leirvik

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