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Nirvana's 'In Utero' Box Set
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October 10, 2013 12:10 PM ET

Nirvana's landmark In Utero album turned 20 on September 13th. To celebrate the anniversary of this recording, Geffen Records has re-released the band's third and final studio session as a four-disc Super Deluxe edition. Score your very own copy of this massive, 89-track set by entering Rolling Stone's sweepstakes (read our official rules on page two).

See Where In Utero Ranks on Our List of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time

One lucky reader will take home: One (1) copy of the Nirvana In Utero three CD and DVD Super Deluxe edition, which features over 70 remastered, remixed, rare and unreleased recordings, including B-sides, compilation tracks, never-before-heard demos and live material featuring the final touring lineup of Kurt Cobain, Krist Novoselic, Dave Grohl and Pat Smear. Also included is a DVD of the complete Live and Loud show from Seattle's Pier 48 on December 13, 1993.

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