Seattle Office of Film + Music

November 13, 2009, 11:52 am
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Pitchfork praises Sub Pop’s Bleach reissue and its companion “Live at Reading” DVD saying “even if you’re the sort of Nirvana die-hard who’s been sitting on an audio bootleg of this gig for the past 17 years, you really need the DVD– for a band whose visual legacy mostly amounts to a handful of stylized videos and the lowkey Unplugged special, Live at Reading effectively grants you side-stage access to the band in their mosh-pit-stoking, drum-set-toppling, putting you as close to the action as the band’s mysterious friend Tony, who’s seen flailing onstage throughout the show like an epilpetic Bez.”

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