Bleach (Nirvana album)

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Bleach
Studio album by
ReleasedJune 15, 1989
RecordedJanuary 23, June 11, 30, July 16, September 27, December 24, 29-31, 1988 and January 14, 24, 1989
StudioReciprocal Recording in Seattle, Washington
GenreGrunge
Length37:19 (original version)
42:44 (most later reissues)
LabelSub Pop
ProducerJack Endinoa
Nirvana chronology
Bleach
(1989)
Blew
(1989)
Singles from Bleach
  1. "Love Buzz"
    Released: November 1988
  2. "Blew"
    Released: December 1989

Bleach is the first album by the American rock band, Nirvana. It did not become popular when it was released, but when Nirvana's second album Nevermind was released in 1991, many Nirvana fans discovered Bleach. It is the best-selling release ever on the Sub Pop label.[1]

Track listing[change | change source]

All songs written and composed by Kurt Cobain, except where noted. 

No. Title Length
1. "Blew"   2:55
2. "Floyd the Barber"   2:18
3. "About a Girl"   2:48
4. "School"   2:42
5. "Love Buzz" (Shocking Blue cover, not included on the 1989 UK release and replaced by "Big Cheese"[2] but included on the 1992 UK CD reissue) 3:35
6. "Paper Cuts"   4:06
7. "Negative Creep"   2:56
8. "Scoff"   4:10
9. "Swap Meet"   3:03
10. "Mr. Moustache"   3:24
11. "Sifting"   5:22
Total length:
37:19

References[change | change source]

  1. Sub Pop: By the Years
  2. "Nirvana - Bleach (UK)". Discogs. Retrieved January 13, 2015.