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Thursday, Jay Retard, Daughters and more get together for Nirvana tribute album

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A new Nirvana tribute album will be released on vinyl for Record Store Day, via Robotic Empire. Entitled “In Utero: In Tribute,” the LP features 12 artist covering all 12 tracks from Nirvana's final studio effort. Featured on the upcoming release is Thursday covering “Rape Me,” Circa Survive covering “Scentless Apprentice,” Jay Retard's version of “Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge on Seattle” and more. Fans can get this exclusive vinyl on Record Store Day, which falls on April 19 this year. The album will also be released digitally. You can pre-order your digital copy now. You can find the complete tracklisting below.

In other Nirvana news, bassist Krist Novoselic recently covered Lorde's “Royals” on the accordion during a March 9 show in Maryland.

For more on Nirvana, visit Radio Not Found.

“In Utero: In Tribute” Tracklisting:

Pygmy Lush - “Serve the Servants”
Circa Survive - “Scentless Apprentice”
These Arms Are Snakes - “Heart Shaped Box”
Thursday - “Rape Me”
Jay Retard - “Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge on Seattle”
Young Widows - “Dumb”
Mean Jeans - “Very Ape”
Thou - “Milk It”
Whirr - “Pennyroyal Tea”
Daughters - “Radio Friendly Unit Shifter”
Ceremony - “Tourette's”
Black Math Horseman - “All Apologies”

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