NIRVANA Producer: More Outtakes Left
GARBAGE drummer Butch Vig, who produced NIRVANA's classic album "Nevermind", recently told Launch that he was glad the defunct Seattle group's recent single, "You Know You're Right", has finally been made available to the public.
"It's a great song. I mean, the first time I heard it, a chill went down my neck. It's like, I heard Kurt's voice again and, I miss him. I mean, he'd still be making great music if he was out here," Vig said of the Scott Litt-produced track. "It's a shame that there's...that's like, maybe, the last great track. There's still a few raw things that I know haven't come out yet. But there's not a lot of stuff left out there that is as good as that. So I think it's great. You know, I worked on that boxed set that got put on the table and there's some really cool stuff on that — a lot of weird outtakes, some jams, and some acoustic demos — and I hope that comes out sometime in the near future."
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