April 05, 2020

Nirvana - Hormoaning: E.P. (1992) ☠

*Released exclusively in Australia 
during their tour in 1992 and later in Japan. 
Contains 6 tracks total.
Country: U.S.A.
Genre: Grunge
Label Number: GEFD21711
.FLAC via Florenfile
.AAC 256 kbps via Florenfile

☠: Selected by Lass
© 1992 DGC
AllMusic Review by Steve Bekkala
Originally released to promote Nirvana's early 1992 Australian tour (and reissued a month later in Japan for similar purposes, albeit with different cover art), the Hormoaning EP quickly became a much sought-after item to Nirvana fans and collectors alike. Not only was it produced in relatively scarce quantities, but it also gave those who were lucky enough to track down a copy an opportunity to hear an assortment of rare tracks unavailable elsewhere (that is, until Incesticide, which contains most of these songs, was released later in the year). Only two originals are featured on Hormoaning -- the "Smells Like Teen Spirit" B-side, "Even in His Youth," and the colossal, foreboding "Aneurysm." However, in the same way that MTV Unplugged in New York would later prove, the four cover songs here tell as much about Nirvana as do the originals. Kurt Cobain's wide-ranging influences are acknowledged as if they were one and the same -- the group's love of new wave (shown in their take on Devo's "Turnaround") is treated no differently as their nod to Northwest underground punk stalwarts the Wipers ("D-7") or Cobain's beloved Scottish twee pop heroes the Vaselines ("Son of a Gun" and "Molly's Lips"). Regardless of the availability of most of this material elsewhere, Hormoaning still serves as a revealing entry in the catalog of the most influential rock band of the '90s.

tags: nirvana, hormoaning, ep, 1992, flac,


  1. Welcome back Lass. Thank you for ep. I hope the family is well. Pardon my english I am from Spain. Be safe and good luck.

    1. Thank you for your kind words Teresa. You can write to is in Spanish if you wish. We can read and write in Spanish 🙂 Take care and don't worry. Your English is OK.

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  3. Welcome back, be safe

    1. Thank you for your kind words, love. 🙂 Sorry for the late reply. I was rather busy updating and publishing. Take care.

  4. Excelente este disco gracias !!


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