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New Nirvana material this year: Novoselic
Unreleased Nirvana material may make it to store shelves sooner than expected.
Former Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic told that there is “good will” between him, ex-Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl and Kurt Cobain’s widow Courtney Love, despite the continuing litigation over the band’s musical legacy.
Novoselic hinted that the much-talked about unreleased Nirvana song “You Know You’re Right” (recorded in 1994 just before Cobain’s death) could be among the material released this year. “I can’t say until the ink’s dry, but it’s just probably what you’d expect, what you’ve been hearing.”
He added that Universal, Nirvana’s label, have eyed a “fourth quarter” release date for the material.
Courtney Love originally blocked the release of a proposed box-set of unreleased Nirvana music, which was to come out last year as part of the 10th anniversary of the group’s landmark album “Nevermind.” “You Know You’re Right” was supposed to be included with the package.
An MTV report in June claims Love had issued a new proposal to Novoselic and Grohl in an attempt to resolve the impasse over how to control future Nirvana releases. The litigation over the band’s assets is scheduled to continue in a Washington state courtroom later this month.
Meanwhile, in another court case, Love’s lawyers have asked for an extension in her battle with Universal Music in order to continue talks aimed at ending her dispute with the music label, reports Variety.
The label claims Love owes them several more records under her contract, while the songstress/actor counters that the long contract terms amount to an “indentured servitude.”