Music That Will Officially Be Old In 2013
It seems that a massive Nevermind-style reissue of Nirvana's In Utero is in the works now. Krist Novoselic has hinted at some things in interviews this past year, and the reissue has already been scheduled by Geffen, but not given a release date. What remains to be released is another story for another blog. And then there is always the 20th anniversary of the MTV Unplugged episode in 2014...
Will there be a special resurgence of admiration for "What Is Love" by Haddaway on the occasion of its also turning 20? Doubtful.
Big album debuts in 1993 came from Beck, Radiohead, The Verve, Tool, 311, Porno for Pyros, Rancid and the Cranberries. Bands celebrating 30 years of existence will be Phish, Flaming Lips, Guided By Voices, NOFX and My Bloody Valentine.
Björk's debut adult disc Debut hit in 1993. She released an album in 1977 as a child pop star in Iceland.
That's not weird because it's Björk.
On the prickly goth and industrial end of things, Skinny Puppy's VIVIsectVI and Ministry's The Land of Rape and Honey are both a youthful 25. Ogre and cEvin are reportedly working on a new Puppy album for 2013.
Of course, this turns ten years old this summer, because we are all old: One of the most beautiful moments of the past decade in music. Shake it, shake it...