On November 13, director Brett Morgen’s enthralling Kurt Cobain documentary Montage Of Heck will be released on Blu-Ray and DVD. The release of the film will be accompanied by Montage Of Heck: The Home Recordings, a collection of songs recorded by the Nirvana frontman taken from his personal tapes. Montage Of Heck: The Home Recordings is due on CD, cassette and digital formats on November 13th and will be followed by its release on vinyl December 4.
Montage Of Heck: The Home Recordings is said to feature song snippets, demos, “musical experiments” and early versions of Nirvana tunes. A 7″ of Kurt’s “And I Love Her” cover will be issued on December 4 with an early demo of “Sappy” serving as the b- side. Pitchfork reports the film Montage Of Heck will be available as a “super deluxe” Blu-Ray/DVD package including “the documentary, the 31-track soundtrack on CD and cassette, 48 minutes of ancillary interviews, a 160-page book of interviews and images from the Cobain archives, a movie poster, postcards, bookmark, and a puzzle.”
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