Nirvana fans can celebrate the 20th anniversary of the band's swan song today.
The various remastered versions of their final 1993 album In Utero are out now, including the Super Deluxe Edition. The three-CD, one-DVD collection comes with plenty of B-sides, demos, and outtakes, as well as producer Steve Albini's original versions of "Heart-Shaped Box" and "All Apologies." Both songs were re-worked by R.E.M. producer Scott Litt before In Utero was released.
The new bundle also includes Nirvana's MTV New Year's Eve special "Live & Loud" on DVD, along with Anton Corbijn's director's cut of their classic "Heart Shaped Box" video.
Fans who want to celebrate Nirvana with something a little more personal can take advantage of free tattoos being offered in three U.S. cities. A group of tattoo parlors - Fingerprints in Long Beach, California; Looney Tunes in West Babylon, New York; and Silver Platters in Seattle - are inking fans with the band's iconic smiley face logo free of charge today.