Alternative Version Of Nirvana's 'Marigold' Goes Online

(Radio.com) An alternative version of "Marigold," which Nirvana recorded while working on In Utero has surfaced online. A YouTube user by the name of RareNirvana made the track available.

It features Kera Schaley on cello, and has a slightly softer feel than the "Marigold" released as a b-side to "Heart-Shaped Box." "Marigold" features Dave Grohl on vocals with Kurt Cobain lending harmony to the track.

Grohl originally wrote the song for his 1992 solo project Pocketwatch, recorded under the pseudonym Late! (via Consequence of Sound). The band later recorded it while they were working on In Utero.

In the alternative version, Grohl counts down the beat before messing up and cursing, "Oh s-." Without any further word, the band plays the song with Grohl softly singing. Listen here.

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