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Novoselic ‘glad’ Nirvana tune leaked
Nirvana’s unreleased track “You Know You’re Right” may have hit the airwaves prematurely, but former Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic tells JAM! Music he’s pleased the tune was leaked early.
“I’m glad. If it were up to me, that song would have been out last year,” says Novoselic.
“I had that song in my basement for eight years and nobody even knew about it. I think it’s a great song. I’m really proud of it. It’s a great performance by everybody and I’m glad that people get to hear it – finally.”
“You Know You’re Right” was leaked onto the Internet last month and radio stations across North America began playing the track shortly thereafter, before being threatened with legal action.
The song will officially appear on the forthcoming greatest-hits package simply entitled “Nirvana,” which hits Canadian stores on October 29.
Novoselic admits that he hasn’t been privy to fan reaction to “You Know You’re Right”, but did hear that “people are saying good things about it.”
After settling a bitter lawsuit involving Kurt Cobain’s widow Courtney Love over control of Nirvana’s musical legacy, Novoselic doesn’t harbour any ill will after many months of mud-slinging between the two camps.
“That’s why I wanted to settle because I got tired of all of that. I don’t have any sad feelings whatsoever. It’s liberation. I’m relieved and happy that it’s over. It’s as simple as that.”
When asked whether Nirvana fans will get to hear more hidden gems on a rarities disc planned for 2003: “Oh ya. If they all don’t get leaked out (laughs).”
A Nirvana box set is also being worked on for a 2004 release, which Novoselic says will be an encyclopedic retrospective of the band. The most difficult task, however, will be getting all parties to agree on what tracks will be on the release.
“It’s coming together,” says Novoselic, who jokingly adds, “It has to be voted on in the Washington State senate.”