Brett Morgen’s documentary on the life of Kurt Cobain, Montage Of Heck, will be released in multiple physical formats this November, along with what’s being considered a Cobain solo album. Montage Of Heck: The Home Recordings will be out in December and includes a collection of songs heard in the film that Cobain recorded on his own, apart from his work with Nirvana. The 13-track standard album will be available digitally and on CD, featuring music discovered on Cobain’s personal cassette tapes. In addition, a special 2xLP vinyl edition will be released with a total of 31 tracks, including other music from the film’s soundtrack. The album will follow a new 7″ that features Cobain’s rendition of the Beatles’ “And I Love Her” as well as an early demo of “Sappy” is out on 11/20. Amoeba posted the album’s tracklist and Alternative Nation found what appears to be its artwork (it matches @NirvanaNews’ blurry tease from earlier this week). The site also shared a series of leaked recordings from a 1987 Nirvana rehearsal (with Aaron Burckhard on drums) that includes several previously unheard songs. Check out some of those below along with the album’s tracklist and rumored cover.
Montage Of Heck: The Home Recordings tracklist:
01 “The Yodel Song”
02 “Been A Son”
03 “The Happy Guitar”
04 “Clean Up Before She Comes”
05 “Reverb Experiment”
06 “You Can’t Change Me/Burn My Britches/Something In The Way”
09 “And I Love Her”
11 “Letters To Frances”
12 “Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge On Seattle”
13 “She Only Lies”
< em>Montage Of Heck: The Home Recordings is out 11/13 via Universal. Read our review of Kurt Cobain: Montage Of Heck here.