Nirvana’s album Nevermind is 12 tracks. The 12th track is actually two tracks with a large chunk of silence in the middle of it. The above edit was someone uploading a copy of the USA album but track 12 split into two tracks making a 13 track release.
I agree with you Cyberskull - it is bogus and should disappear. The CD has never been release with 13 tracks from what I can tell. What is puzzling is there is also a 1992 Spanish release listed with 13 tracks - but that shares a discID with a 2000 bootleg. ( https://musicbrainz.org/release/c680f0c4-24ac-4c9d-836c-0674f72e581f ) which is a fairly impossible coincidence.Spanish release confirmed as bootleg and being fixed
My queued edits would do this. I left the year in place as 1991, but removed everything that connects it to a specific CD.
I was a bit worried that this is just plain fake. Only added for one person who has split the track in their own edit. There are already bootlegs and Digital Media editions of 13 tracks if someone needs to tag.
Where is the flamethrower emoji? I personally think it needs merging into a bootleg, along with the dodgy Dutch CD. Gonna do a bit more digging first… see if I can find any example of 13 tracks on a CD