A trailer for the upcoming NIRVANA concert DVD "Live! Tonight! Sold Out!" has been posted online at YouTube.com."Live! Tonight! Sold Out!" will make its DVD debut November 7 — 12 years after it was originally issued on VHS. The Geffen Records release was conceived by Kurt Cobain as a way to anthologize NIRVANA's quick ascent to rock superstardom but was not completed until after his 1994 suicide, according to Billboard.com. The bulk of the DVD features live footage from the band's 1991-92 tour in support of "Nevermind", highlighted by versions of "Breed", "Drain You", "Dive" and "Aneurysm". According to the label, the footage has been color-corrected and digitally remastered; bonus performances will consist of five songs from NIRVANA's legendary appearance at the Paradiso Club on November 25, 1991 in Amsterdam, Holland. The only prior NIRVANA DVD was included with the 2004 boxed set "With the Lights Out".
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