Producer, Engineer – Barrett Jones, Nirvana
|2||Been A Son (Live)|
Engineer, Mixed By – Andy Wallace
|3||Lithium (LP Version)|
Mixed By – Andy WallaceProducer, Engineer – Butch Vig, Nirvana
|DGCTD 9||Nirvana||Lithium (CD, Single, Dig)||DGC, Sub Pop||DGCTD 9||UK||1992|
|DGCDM-21815||Nirvana||Lithium (CD, Maxi, RE)||DGC, Sub Pop||DGCDM-21815||US||Unknown|
|DGCDM 21742||Nirvana||Lithium (Cass, Promo)||DGC, MCA Records||DGCDM 21742||UK||1992|
|GED 21752||Nirvana||Lithium (CD, Single, Car)||DGC||GED 21752||France||1992|
|GET 21815 (3B), GET 21815||Nirvana||Lithium (12", Ltd, T-S)||DGC, DGC||GET 21815 (3B), GET 21815||Spain||1992|
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Track 2 recorded live on The Dogfish Mobile Truck at the Paramount Theatre, Seattle, Washington on October 31, 1991.
Track 3: Previously unreleased
"Lithium" from the DGC album Nevermind.
℗ 1992, 1991 © 1992 The David Geffen Company, an MCA Company.
Produced by special arrangement with Sub Pop Records.
Distributed by BMG - A Bertelsmann Music Group Company.
Printed/Made in Germany
Contains the lyrics to every song on Nevermind.
This is very similar to this version. The main difference is the rights society GEMA/BIEM.
Lithium is a song by American rock band Nirvana. It appears as the fifth track and third single from their second album Nevermind 1991. Written by frontman Kurt Cobain, the song is about a man who turns to religion amid thoughts of suicide. Nirvana first recorded Lithium in 1990 but then re-recorded the song the following year for Nevermind. Released as the third single from Nevermind in July 1992, Lithium peaked at number 64 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and number 11 on the UK Singles Chart. Tribute to Nirvana - Lithium. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Текст песни: I'm so happy, 'cause today I've found my friends They're in my head I'm so ugly, that's okay, 'cause so are you We've broke our video by Nirvana performing Lithium. Nirvana Best Best Songs - Nirvana Greatest Hits Full Album - Продолжительность: 1:07:27 MUSIC Everyday 2020 Recommended for the video for Lithium from Nirvana's Nevermind for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Lithium is a song by the American grunge band Nirvana, written by frontman Kurt Cobain. The name of the song is often attributed to the usage of lithium salts as mood stabilizers. Because of this the lyrics are often interpreted as describing bipolar disorder. Cobain is said to have had bipolar disorder, which may have led to the writing of the song Lithium. Still, there is much disagreement about the exact meaning and interpretation of it. In the Nevermind press kit, Cobain said this about the song: People who are secluded for so long go insane, and as read more. Lithium is representative of the musical style Nirvana had developed during work on Nevermind, alternating. between quiet and loud sections. During the choruses, Cobain adds distortion to his guitar while he sings variations on the word yeah. After the second chorus, the band plays a bridge section where Cobain sings several lines that end with the lyrics I'm not gonna crack. After a brief bass interlude, the band ends the song with third verse, chorus, and bridge section. The third single taken from the breakthrough Nevermind, Lithium is firmly in the Nirvana tradition of anthemic, singalong chronicles of teen disaffection and alienation. Track Listing. Lithium - Single, 1992. Been a Son, 02:33. by Nirvana. Album: Nevermind 1991. Charted: 11 64. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . The suit was amiably resolved, and the other Nirvana released their version of Lithium on their 1996 album Orange And Blue. Cobain spent a period of his life moving between the homes of various relatives and friends. One of these friends came from a family of reformed Christians, and in this song Cobain compares living in this house to having bipolar depression. Living Color guitarist Vernon Reid told Rolling Stone magazine: My favorite song on Nevermind was 'Lithium. Title: Nirvana: Lithium Video 1992. Nirvana performs in the music video The Man Who Sold the World from the album MTV Unplugged in New York recorded for DGC Records