Sliver: The Best of the Box. Nirvana. Released November 1, 2005. Sliver: The Best of the Box Tracklist. 1. Spank Thru Lyrics. It contains 19 tracks from the band’s 2004 rarities box set With the Lights Out as well as three previously unreleased recordings: Spank Thru, a 1990 studio recording of Sappy, and a 1991 boombox demo of Come as You Are. Sliver: The Best of the Box Q&A.
Tracks 1, 9 & 14 are previously unreleased. Made in the EU. Early copies have a rectangular hype sticker on front of jewel case, saying: Includes 3 previously unreleased tracks Spank Thru (Fecal Matter demo) Come As You Are (Boom Box) Snappy (Demo) 602498867181.
Spank Thru (1985 Fecal Matter Demo). Mrs. Butterworth (Rehearsal Demo). Floyd The Barber (Live). Clean Up Before She Comes (Home Demo). About A Girl (Home Demo). Lithium (Solo Acoustic Radio Appearance). Smells Like Teen Spirit (Boom Box Version). Come As You Are (Boom Box Version). Old Age (Nevermind Outtake). Heart Shaped Box (Band Demo). Do Re Mi (Home Demo). You Know You're Right (Home Demo).
Spank Thru" is the only track from the tape to be released officially, arriving on the 2005 Nirvana rarities album Sliver: The Best of the Box. The song's first half satirizes adolescent hard rock and the sentimental love lyrics that arena bands used to veil songs about sex. "Spank Thru" develops into a high-energy punk song in its second. half, with lyrics about masturbation.
Compilation, 2005, Geffen. 11. Sliver (Undated Home Demo). 12. Smells Like Teen Spirit (1991 Pre-Nevermind Rehearsal Recording). 13. Come As You Are (1991 Pre-Nevermind Rehearsal Recording).
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Heartbreaker – Live, 1987 (first Nirvana show). Anorexorcist – Radio Performance, 1987. White Lace And Strange – Radio Performance, 1987. Sliver – solo acoustic, 1989. Where Did You Sleep Last Night – solo acoustic, 1989. Pay To Play – Demo, 1990. Heart-Shaped Box – Demo, 1993. I Hate Myself And Want To Die – Demo, 1993. Milk It – Demo, 1993. Moist Vagina – Demo, 1993. Gallons Of Rubbing Alcohol Flow Through The Strip – B-side, 1993. The Other Improv – Demo, 1993. Serve The Servants – solo acoustic, 1993. Very Ape – solo acoustic, 1993.
Prior to Nirvana, alternative music was consigned to specialty sections of record stores, and major labels considered it to be, at the very most, a tax write-off. After the band’s second album, 1991’s Nevermind, nothing was ever quite the same, for better and for worse. Nirvana popularized punk, post-punk, and indie rock, unintentionally bringing them into the American mainstream like no other band to date. While their sound was equal parts Black Sabbath (as learned by fellow Washington underground rockers the Melvins) and Cheap Trick, Nirvana’s aesthetics were strictly indie rock. Nirvana (2006, Universal, UICY-6001, Japan). The Best Of The Box (2008, Universal, UICY-91019, Japan, SHM-CD). With The Lights Out (2004, DGC, B0003727-00, USA, 3CD+DVD). SINGLES & EPs: 1989. Blew (1989,Tupelo Recording Company,TUP CD8, France).