Here’s the Tracklisting for the Upcoming Kurt Cobain Solo Album

When Montage of Heck gets released on DVD and Blu-Ray next month, it will be accompanied by an album full of stuff that Kurt Cobain left behind. There were boxes and boxes of stuff in a storage locker that needed to be sorted through. This is the result: a Kurt Cobain solo album entitled Kurt Cobain: The Home Recordings.

If you’d like to see the artwork, there’s a puzzle that needs to be solved here. If you do manage to do that, you get this.

The album will come in two flavours: standard and deluxe. After this, I wouldn’t expect anymore more from Kurt.

STANDARD:

  1. The Yodel Song
  2. Been A Son (Early Demo)
  3. The Happy Guitar
  4. Clean Up Before She Comes (Early Demo)
  5. Reverb Experiment
  6. You Can’t Change Me / Burn My Britches / Something In The Way (Early Demo)
  7. Scoff (Early Demo)
  8. Desire
  9. And I Love Her
  10. Sappy (Early Demo)
  11. Letters To Frances
  12. Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge On Seattle (Demo)
  13. She Only Lies

DELUXE:

  1. The Yodel Song
  2. Been A Son (Early Demo)
  3. What More Can I Say
  4. 1988 Capitol Lake Jam Commercial
  5. The Happy Guitar
  6. Montage Of Kurt
  7. Beans
  8. Burn The Rai
  9. Clean Up Before She Comes (Early Demo)
  10. Reverb Experiment
  11. Montage Of Kurt II
  12. Rehash
  13. You Can’t Change Me / Burn My Britches / Something In The Way (Early Demo)
  14. Scoff (Early Demo)
  15. Aberdeen
  16. Bright Smile
  17. Underground Celebritism
  18. Retreat
  19. Desire
  20. And I Love Her
  21. Sea Monkeys
  22. Sappy (Early Demo)
  23. Letters To Frances
  24. Scream
  25. Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge On Seattle (Demo)
  26. Kurt Ambiance
  27. She Only Lies
  28. Kurt Audio Collage
  29. Poison’s Gone
  30. Rhesus Monkey
  31. Do Re Mi (Medley)

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