LIVE NIRVANA Concert Chronology January 25, 1992 - Hordern Pavilion (Big Day Out), Sydney, AU

  • NIRVANA
    • Kurt Cobain (vocals, guitar)
    • Krist Novoselic (bass)
    • Dave Grohl (drums, backing vocals)
  • Alex MacLeod (tour manager)
  • Susanne Sasic (lighting designer)
  • Craig Montgomery (sound engineer)
  • Ian Beveridge (monitor engineer)
  • Nic Close (guitar technician)
  • Barrett Jones (drum technician)
  • Lees & West
    • Ken West
Load In
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Soundcheck
…:…
Doors
11:30
Club Hoy Showtime
13:30
Box The Jesuit Showtime
14:45
Beasts Of Bourbon Showtime
16:00
The Celibate Rifles Showtime
17:30
NIRVANA Showtime
19:00
Yothu Yindi Showtime
20:30
Violent Femmes Showtime
22:00
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  1. Aneurysm
  2. Drain You
  3. School
  4. Floyd The Barber
  5. About A Girl
  6. Smells Like Teen Spirit
  7. Polly
  8. Sliver
  9. Come As You Are
  10. Lithium
  11. Been A Son
  12. On A Plain
  13. Something In The Way
  14. Endless, Nameless
AUD #1
Equipment:
Unknown > Unknown
Lowest Generation:
ANA(x) > FLAC
Length / Sound Quality:
52 min / 8.5
Notes:
In November 2004 an unknown generation upgrade of this source was circulated.
"Aneurysm" cuts in and "Endless Nameless" is cut within.
While copies labeled ANA(1) are also in circulation, they are of much lower quality and are missing "Endless, Nameless". It is likely that the ANA(1) generation is incorrect.
Regardless, the ANA(x) copy listed here is the preferred version of this source due to its higher quality and its completeness.
AUD #2 incomplete
Equipment:
Built-in > Unknow
Lowest Generation:
ANA(M) > DAT(1) > FLAC
Length / Sound Quality:
28 min / 7.0
Notes:
Missing everything before "About A Girl" and everything after "On A Plain", which cuts out.
"Been A Son" cuts in and the recording and cuts out entirely during "On A Plain".
Also has speed problems towards the end due to flat batteries.
PRO #1
Equipment:
Soundboard > Unknown
Lowest Generation:
VHS(x) > DVDR/FLAC
Length / Sound Quality:
51 min / 9.0
Notes:
Surfaced in April 2004 through E-Bay.
PRO-shot video, shot from the centre of the balcony, with soundboard audio.
This source is one of the angles of the multicamera PRO-shot clips broadcast on Australian TV.
"Something In The Way" cuts in.
PRO CLIP #1a [soundboard audio from professional video] incomplete
Equipment:
Soundboard > Unknown
Lowest Generation:
Unofficial CD [Down Under '92]
Length / Sound Quality:
03 min / 9.5
Notes:
Soundboard audio from PRO-shot video broadcasted on Australian TV.
Feature audio clips of "Smells Like Teen Spirit", "Floyd The Barber" and "School" only.
Has an interview over the audio.
PRO CLIP #1b incomplete
Equipment:
Soundboard > Unknown
Lowest Generation:
TV > VHS(4) > DVDR
Length / Sound Quality:
03 min / 8.0
Notes:
Multi-camera PRO-shot video with soundboard audio broadcasted on Australian TV.
Feature clips of "Smells Like Teen Spirit", "Floyd The Barbe" and "School".
Has an interview over the audio.
PRO CLIP #1c incomplete
Equipment:
Soundboard > Unknown
Lowest Generation:
MASTER > youtube > FLV
Length / Sound Quality:
01 min / 8.0
Notes:
Multi-camera PRO-shot video with soundboard audio.
Feature a 20 sec long clip of "Drain you" only.
Has an interview with Krist over the audio.
Video posten on Youtube.
AUD #3

Unknown > Unknown (DAT)

No Infos.

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