NIRVANA Leaked Track Listing 'Incorrect': COURTNEY LOVE's Manager

October 10, 2002

It would appear Amazon jumped the gun with their catalog listing of the upcoming NIRVANA compilation. Courtney Love's manager James Barber confirmed to Australia's Undercover that the Amazon track listing published earlier this week is incorrect, but added that the "remastering is incredible, especially for the Sub Pop-era and Nevermind material". He also confirmed that the track listing for the album will vary from country to country and stated that "there will be a bonus track in Australia".

The release date for the album has been moved forward after the leak of the single "You Know You're Right" on the Internet.

The album, to simply be called Nirvana, will now be released on October 29th.

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