Former Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic listened to over
100 hours of live Nirvana material to come up with the songs that will appear
on the live album, From the Muddy Banks of the Wishkah, which will be
released Oct. 8. Liner notes for the album will be written by Novoselic. The
album's title refers to the river through Aberdeen, Washington, the small town
where Kurt Cobain grew up. There was a period during his troubled youth when
Cobain slept under the North Aberdeen Bridge that crosses the Wishkah. The
album is "all really aggressive stuff," according to a source who has heard it.
"It will really get across a sense of what a Nirvana show was like."