LIVE NIRVANA TOUR HISTORY:
10/31/91 - Paramount Theater, Seattle, WA, US

Set:

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Source Format Quality Complete Length Equipment Lowest Gen
AUD #1 DAT 9.0 Yes 73 Sonic Studios DSM-6P > Casio DA-R100 DAT(M)>FLAC
AUD #2 DAT 8.0 Yes 69 Sonic Studios DSM-6P > Sony TCD-D3 DAT(M)>FLAC
SBD #1a SBD 9.5 Yes 72 Soundboard > Unknown ANA(1)>FLAC
SBD #1b SBD 10.0 No 20 Soundboard > Unknown Nevermind It's An Interview CD [official promo]
SBD #1c SBD 10.0 No 10 Soundboard > Unknown Come As You Are CD [official release]
SBD #1d SBD 10.0 No 05 Soundboard > Unknown Lithium CD [official release]
SBD #1e SBD 10.0 No 05 Soundboard > Unknown From The Muddy Banks Of The Wishkah CD [official release]
PRO #1 VID 10.0 No 15 Soundboard > Unknown (16 mm) Live! Tonight! Sold Out!! DVD / Live! Tonight! Sold Out!! LD [official releases]
PRO #2 VID 9.5 No 08 Soundboard > Unknown (16 mm) VHS(2)>DVDR / VHS(2)>DVDR(1)>FLAC
PRO #3 VID 9.5 No 05 Soundboard > Unknown (16 mm) With The Lights Out DVD [official release]
PRO #4 VID 10.0 No 05 Soundboard > Unknown (16 mm) Master>FLV
PRO #5 VID 10.0 No 45 Soundboard > Unknown (16 mm) DTV>TS
PRO #6 VID 10.0 Yes 72 Soundboard > Unknown (16 mm) Live At The Paramount Blu-ray Disc [official release]
Notes for AUD #1: The master tape was transferred and circulated in May 2007. Commonly mislabelled as Sonic Studios > Sony WM-D3 (ANA(M)>DAT).
Notes for AUD #2: Surfaced in June 2005.
Notes for SBD #1a: Complete, uncut, soundboard recording, remixed by Andy Wallace. Wallace copied and pasted Kurt's chiming guitar to cover up a bum note on 'Smells Like Teen Spirit'. An inferior ANA(2) version of this source is also circulating, which was erroneously labelled a pure, unremixed, Craig Montgomery board tape when it first surfaced. This source can be found in inferior quality on a number of bootlegs; see Live Nirvana's Bootography Guide To Nirvana Bootlegs for more information on commercial releases of this show. Unfortunately, perhaps due to tape age, this ANA(1) soundboard source does not sound as good as official releases which contains tracks from this show (see SBD's #1b-e below).
Notes for SBD #1b: Andy Wallace's remixes of 'About A Girl', 'Aneurysm', 'Drain You', 'On A Plain' and 'School' from this show feature on the promotional CD 'Nevermind, It's An Interview' in higher quality than SBD #1a; Live Nirvana's Companion To Official Releases for more information on official releases featuring this show.
Notes for SBD #1c: Andy Wallace's remixes of 'School' and 'Drain You' appear on the 'Come As You Are' single in higher quality than SBD #1a; see Live Nirvana's Companion To Official Releases for more information on official releases featuring this show.
Notes for SBD #1d: Andy Wallace's remix of 'Been A Son' appears on the 'Lithium' single in higher quality than SBD #1a; see Live Nirvana's Companion To Official Releases for more information on official releases featuring this show.
Notes for SBD #1e: Andy Wallace's remix of 'Negative Creep' can be found on 'From The Muddy Banks Of The Wishkah' in higher quality than SBD #1a; see Live Nirvana's Companion To Official Releases for more information on official releases featuring this show. Side four of the vinyl version contains additional stage banter not present on this source. See From The Muddy Banks Of The Wishkah (Vinyl) for more information.
Notes for PRO #1: Five-camera PRO-shot video, featuring soundboard audio with audience mics mixed in. Has different camera angles from PRO #2, PRO #4, PRO #5 and PRO #6. This official NIRVANA home video features 'About A Girl', 'Breed', 'Polly' and 'Endless Nameless' only; see Live Nirvana's Companion To Official Releases for more information on this official release.
Notes for PRO #2: Multi-camera edit made from the professional five-camera masters, featuring soundboard audio. Includes 'Endless Nameless' only. The footage is in black and white and has special effects. It has different camera angles from PRO #1, PRO #5 and PRO #6. This source was originally circulated in unknown-gen form. However, in December 2008 it was discovered that the VHS(x) tape was in fact a second generation tape.
Notes for PRO #3: Two-camera PRO-shot edit made from the six-camera masters, featuring soundboard audio with audience mics mixed in. Has different camera angles from PRO #5 and PRO #6. 'Jesus Wants Me For A Sunbeam' only; see Live Nirvana's Companion To Official Releases for more information on official releases featuring this show.
Notes for PRO #4: Six-camera PRO-shot video, featuring soundboard audio edited by Louis Marciano in November 1991, possibly for potential release as a music video. Includes only 'Smells Like Teen Spirit', which has some special effects. Has different camera angles from PRO #5 and PRO #6 and the black and white footage comes from an amateur Super 8 camera.
Notes for PRO #5: Five-camera PRO-shot video, featuring soundboard audio, broadcast on Palladia and VH1 in September 2011. Has different camera angles from PRO #1, PRO #2, PRO #3, PRO #4, and PRO #6. This broadcast is missing 'Drain You', 'School', 'Floyd The Barber', the jam before 'Smells Like Teen Spirit', 'About A Girl', 'Love Buzz', 'Been A Son', 'Negative Creep' and 'Rape Me'.
Notes for PRO #6: Five-camera PRO-shot video, featuring soundboard audio. Has different camera angles from PRO #1, PRO #2, PRO #3, PRO #4 and PRO #5. Includes professionally remixed stereo audio and 5.1-channel audio done by Nathaniel Kunkel in 2011. Krists Bass is pro-tooled into tune on 'About A Girl'