This EP was originally released in Japan in early '92 (to coincide with Nirvana's then-current tour there) and contains six brief blasts of pre-Nevermind punk fury. In fact, this EP, more than any other Nirvana release, is a true testament to their punk (NOT grunge) roots. They blaze through all of these songs, and there's not a weak cut among them. Opening with a blistering reading of Devo's "Turnaround," Nirvana cranks up the volume and never looks back. "D-7" is simply one of my favorite Nirvana moments ever (even if it is a cover). The songs "Even in His Youth" and "Aneurysm" (this is the old demo version, not the one found on Incesticide) are from a January 1, 1991 demo session, while the remiaing four tracks are pulled from the band's October 1990 John Peel session (by the way, these recordings are the first ones made with new drummer Dave Grohl in the band). If you can't find a copy of this album anywhere, don't get too discouraged. "Molly's Lips," "Son of a Gun," and "Turnaround" can all be found on Incesticide, while "Even in His Youth" and "Aneurysm" are also on the "Smells Like Teen Spirit" single. "D-7," I believe, is on some import versions of the "Lithium" single. But all in all, this is a great document of what Nirvana was doing during the days between Bleach and Nevermind. If you buy this, you'll love it.