Filmed on December 13, 1993 at Seattle's Pier
48 (less than a month after the band's influential MTV Unplugged in New York show taping), Nirvana: Live And Loud originally
aired on MTV on New Years Eve in 1993. It was initially released as part of the
20th anniversary of the band's third and final studio album, In Utero in 2013. The show in its entirety was previously unreleased although a shorter
version had been previously broadcast on MTV and the audio of the song
"Scentless Apprentice" appeared on the live compilation album From the Muddy Banks of the
Wishkah in 1996. Heralded as one of the best live shows from Nirvana's entire career, Live And Loud features such beloved tracks as "Heart-Shaped Box,"
"Come As You Are," "Breed," "Pennyroyal Tea" and
"Radio Friendly Unit Shifter" that, as Pitchfork put it, "perfectly encapsulate the In Utero ideal of arena-rock
at its most anarchic.
Radio Friendly Unit
Serve The Servants
The Man Who Sold The
Come As You Are
About a Girl