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Our team will review it and, if necessary, take action. Sign in to report this product to Microsoft. Report this product to Microsoft. JWB has been a bit forgotten since Elmo's leaks haha. But he actually has a lot of great stuff that you won't find anywhere else! Some tracks were upgraded since Elmo but some other tracks can only be found on this compilation I'm thinking of Rape Me Studio Demo for instance.
It was released in , you can still find it through Google but it gets rarer and rarer as time goes by! I got a Mega link if you're interested. I knew that A Better Box sounded familiar. If I had of known that a few months ago, then I wouldn't have used it as a subtitle for The Elmo Collection.
Anyways, I have some of his live remasters along with The Chosen Rejects compilation. I appreciate the time and effort he put into his releases, but I have mixed feelings when it comes to some of his remastering decisions. None of the officially released sources of YKYR is considered the best, but instead the Probot CD-R is considered to have the best quality version of the song according to the folks over at LiveNirvana. This all took place months before the official release of the Greatest Hits compilation in Now, the YKYR Flac file ripped from that Probot CD that several people in the Nirvana trading scene have is either directly from that original source who got the CD from the Grohl camp, from the Spanish trader, or from someone else, but this is the story from an old LN thread: "someone in the industry, the "OP", gave the CDR to "someone" who is the source for [the file that many Nirvana scenesters have].
That "someone" is still unknown. Thank you for the detailed and informative post. I was somewhat aware of this story, but I didn't know about any of the specifics you mentioned. I will have to put this knowledge to use.
I always thought it was Dave himself, though it's not official, I'm just guessing but the legal drama at the time was probably taking a toll on him and this was the biggest fuck you he could possibly come up with for Love - pretend he's a trader and just mail a copy to some guy in Spain and let it spread like wildfire right before the official release. Yeah from what I understand the tape originated from Dave, and the unknown third-party got it from Dave, and the guy from Spain got it from the unknown third-party guy.
But I mean c'mon who puts a finished, previously unheard Nirvana song on a side project tape, so I think Dave figured it would get out somehow before being released officially. I think it was, as you said, the frustration at not being able to come up with an agreement to release the song earlier Krist and Dave wanted it on a boxset, Courtney wanted it on a Greatest Hits album , and I think it was his way of being like "well if this never gets released officially, at least it might get out some other way.