The following article is provided by Rolling Stone.
By Daniel Kreps
No more guessing about what will appear on the 20th anniversary reissue of Nirvana
's In Utero — Rolling Stone can now reveal what the mammoth, 70-song, three-disc deluxe edition of the band's final masterpiece will contain: Two versions of In Utero (the original LP remastered, plus the album newly remixed) as well as more than 40 tracks of unreleased demos, rehearsals, live performances, B-sides, and a recently unearthed, never-before-heard Nirvana
instrumental. The reissue will arrive September 24th.
Link: Rolling Stone’s List of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time: Nirvana
The first disc will feature a remastered version of the original, Steve Albini
-produced In Utero, complete with the two tracks ("Heart Shaped Box," "All Apologies") that Scott Litt
mixed for In Utero's final version. The oft-bootlegged abrasive Albini versions of those two songs will finally legally appear on the Iu reissue,