1991 live concert from the legendary rock band Nirvana. Nirvana shot to stardom in the early 1990s with the release of their seminal album 'Nevermind'. Hailing from a small town outside Seattle and led by the talented but fragile Kurt Cobain, the album was a surprise success and spawned numerous offshoots and a whole new movement known as 'grunge'. The band were never entirely comfortable with this label or their mainstream success in general and disbanded in 1994 after Cobain's suicide. This release captures them at their peak, playing a hometown show at Seattle's Paramount Theatre on the back of the 'Nevermind' tour.
One of the very few exceptions in which the DVD is better than the blu ray edition. Beware of the blu-ray edition since it includes heavy delay in the ration between music and visuals, heavy editing problems and not only this, the music and sound is heavily clipped that it sounds embarrassing. Hopefully they will re-release the blu-ray in the near future with no problem, but by the time being, this is the version to get otherwise you'll be really disappointed.