Nirvana / Live at the Paramount 2LP

1991 live set • First time on vinyl • Includes poster & download

Geffen/Universal will release Nirvana’s Live at the Paramount on vinyl for the first time in April.

Live At The Paramount was recorded at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle on October 31, 1991 and was the only Nirvana show ever to be shot on 16mm film. The audio was included in 2011’s 20th anniversary of Nevermind, but that aside it has never had a standalone release on CD or vinyl.

The forthcoming 2LP pressing will include a big 12 x 24″ poster insert and a sticky cloth VIP pass replica of the original pass used that very night of the concert. This replica will continue the download code for the audio (the download instructions will be on the paper backing, not on the pass itself).

Live at the Paramount will be released on 12 April 2019.

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Live at the Paramount 2LP vinyl


LP 1

Side A
1. Jesus Doesn’t Want Me For A Sunbeam
2. Aneurysm
3. Drain You
4. School
5. Floyd The Barber

Side B
6. Smells Like Teen Spirit
7. About A Girl
8. Polly
9. Breed
10. Sliver

LP 2

Side A
1. Love Buzz
2. Lithium
3. Been A Son
4. Negative Creep
5. On A Plain

Side B

6. Blew
7. Rape Me
8. Territorial Pissings
9. Endless, Nameless

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Sami R.

And now it’s back in stock for preorder at Amazon.de, maybe they run out of the original allocation and it went to the state of “not available at the moment”.

Sami R.

Weird, as I was today browsing some prices on couple Nirvana vinyl-reissues and I had this Paramount-release in the basked at Amazon.de, then when I went to checkout and pay, it just informed that the item was no longer available? I’ve seen some items disappear and become not available before the release, but this was new to me and never happened before while I browsed the items. Do they run out of their small quantity of these or why does it happen? Anybody know?

Mark Levy

I’ve got this on DVD thank you


I like the way they have incorporated the Halloween Pumpkin theme into the Nirvana Smiley logo on the disc labels…

Robert B

KTS released this around that time as “Trick Or Treat” and its still one of the best sounding/performed boots I ever heard.
its about time this is coming out !
great release


Because Amazon Canada is the best ! That, and the pound is stronger against our CAD $….

Uncle Meat

The best Nirvana live performance I’ve ever heard and seen. The band is on fire.


Thanks Frank :-)

Gavin Hallesy

thanks, ordered


It’s not on my 20th anniversary edition…


MCK: it,s in the super deluxe 4cd/1dvd edition.


That explains it, thanks.

Tony O

so why is amazon Canada so much cheaper than anyone else on pretty much every release? anyone know?


In Canada, your sales taxes – their equivalents of VAT – are added at the checkout because they vary depriving on where in Canada you happen to be. Also, the exchange rate between the GBP and the CAD isn’t as ropey as it is against the US dollar and the Euro right now.

Martin Kilroy

Do we get hit with import taxes to the UK if it’s over a certain price?

Martin Kilroy

Cheers Paul

Jamie A

Amazon.ca is strange. Half the time it will be weeks before they have the pre-order available to buy. And their pre-order prices are all over the place, either dropping or rising a couple of days just before they are ready to ship. I saw their Vancouver show the night before.


Here here!
I don’t get what they’re doing at all.
Glad I’m not the only one utterly confused by both the product availability and pricing practices of amazon.ca.

A Student

Canada has a great economy, and is one of the best countries to live in


Yes it is!!!! Legal POT but too damn cold and snowy…..which is why I moved to Florida


Sounds like Vermont, where I live!


“Sometimes I want to pack it all up, get on a bus and move to Vermouth, or Maine or any of those states back east that I remember.”