VELVET REVOLVER's DUFF MCKAGAN Is Excited About NIRVANA Box Set

VELVET REVOLVER bassist Duff McKagan is among the many NIRVANA fans excited about today's release of the box set "With The Lights Out". McKagan is a Seattle native who started his music career in that city and he witnessed NIRVANA's early days, and he said the box set will allow fans a deeper insight into the group. "There's gonna be, I know there's some real, real deep tracks in there that have never seen the light of day except to a very few people, rehearsal stuff and... I'm from Seattle, so I know some of the people that have played on some of the stuff that's coming out on it, on the box set," he told Launch Radio Networks.

"With The Lights Out" features 80 tracks on its three CDs and one DVD, 68 of which are previously unreleased. Thurston Moore of SONIC YOUTH wrote liner notes for the set.

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