Nirvana's legendary live album MTV Unplugged in New York will turn 25 years old this fall, and in celebration of the milestone, the band is reissuing the LP on colored vinyl for the first time. The new reissue also features five rehearsal tracks not included in the album’s original release, including alternate performances of "The Man Who Sold The World," "Come As You Are," and others, which were previously only available through the concert film DVD. The reissue is out November first, when it will hit streaming services, too (preorder). You can revisit some highlights below.

In related news, Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love's former Seattle home is now on the market. According to Curbed, the 117-year-old house -- which was purchased by the couple in 1994 before Love sold it to a trust three years later -- is now available for purchase, with a steep listing price of $7.5 million. While no interior photos have been provided, Curbed says the home has been remodeled in the years since it was sold off, and now includes a redesigned interior and a new garage. If you've got enormously deep pockets, or just a serious Nirvana fan, you can head to Estately for the full listing.