LIVE NIRVANA Concert Chronology October 04, 1992 - Crocodile Cafe, Seattle, WA, US

  • PEN CAP CHEW (NIRVANA)
    • Kurt Cobain (vocals, guitar)
    • Krist Novoselic (bass)
    • Dave Grohl (drums, backing vocals)
  • Alex MacLeod (tour manager)
  • Craig Montgomery (sound engineer)
  • Jim Anderson (monitor engineer)
  • Earnie Bailey (guitar technician)
  • Barrett Jones (drum technician)
  • Stephanie Dorgan
Load In
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Soundcheck
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Doors
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NIRVANA Showtime
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Mudhoney Showtime
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  1. No Info
  1. Aneurysm
  2. Mexican Seafood
  3. Beeswax
  4. D-7
  5. Rape Me
  6. Drain You
  7. Talk To Me
  8. Curmudgeon
  9. Lounge Act
  10. Pennyroyal Tea
  11. School
AMT #1a incomplete
Equipment:
Unknown > Unknown
Lowest Generation:
VHS(x) > DVDR/FLAC
Length / Sound Quality:
12 min / 7.5
Notes:
• Single-camera video.
• Includes only "Curmudgeon", "Lounge Act", "Pennyroyal Tea", and "School".
• "Curmudgeon" cuts in, and "Pennyroyal Tea" cuts out.
• Has a black timecode box covering part of the screen.
AMT #1b incomplete
Equipment:
Unknown > Unknown
Lowest Generation:
Official DVD [With The Lights Out]
Length / Sound Quality:
05 min / 7.5
Notes:
• Single-camera video.
• Includes only "Talk To Me".
AMT #1/2/3/4

The band's road manager worked his way through the audience and confiscated three or four video tapes during the show, according to Krist. (It is assumed that these video tapes are incomplete.)

  • Nirvana was the "secret" opening band, reportedly booked as Pen Cap Chew.
  • The band opened with "Aneurysm" and played an excellent show.
  • No hit songs were played during the hour-plus set, according to reviews.
  • At one point, Kurt asked if there were any requests, so Dave said, "play 'Teen Spirit, play 'Teen Spirit,'" in a funny voice. They did not play the song.
  • A fan in the crowd named Rob Kader requested "Big Long Now," just as he did on 06/10/89, but the band still refused to play it.
  • No Info
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