Nirvana's original label, Sub Pop have released the bands original contract which paid the then unknown titans of grunge, $600 as a upfront. The band were signed to a three album deal, but only released one record, Bleach, with the label before going to DGC. Click on the image above to explore more of the contract which Sub Pop just posted on Tumblr.
Speaking of Nirvana, the band will release a massive 20th anniversary edition of their seminal 1993 album, In Utero. Part of the celebration is that rare videos and demos will be released leading up to the collectors edition of the album. Take a look a the director Anton Corbijn's cut for the album's biggest single and video, "Heart Shaped Box" below: