On Nov. 12, a new album titled, "Kurt Cobain -- Montage of Heck: The Home Recordings" will be released as the official soundtrack to the recent Cobain and Nirvana documentary, "Montage of Heck." This will be followed soon after, on Nov. 20, with a seven-inch vinyl that will feature a cover of the late grunge star, who died by suicide over 20 years ago, singing The Beatles' "And I Love Her."
The initial release will also be in two parts, with both a 13-track album and a 31-track deluxe album, offered both digitally and on vinyl for the latter. It is yet to be known if when you scratch and sniff the vinyl, it'll smell like teen spirit.
Home recordings, song ideas, abandoned experiments and other versions of unreleased audio that may help in understanding Cobain's process as a songwriter will be available on the albums.
If you have yet to see "Montage of Heck," you can still stream the documentary on HBO or purchase the movie on the same date as the soundtrack's release.
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