The world's longest running music festival was at its prime in 1992. Performing at Reading that year, Nirvana hit on the major pre-In Utero album cuts and B-sides that had turned the world on its ear a matter of months before. Factoring in the band's tough-as-nails performance itself, one can understand why bootlegs of this show have been floating around for years. Now with perfect sound forever, the set stands as another tribute to Nirvana's permanent reconfiguration of rock music. As is the case any time they played it, "Aneurysm" is great. So are pretty much all of the tracks.