This single isn't the greatest of singles, yet it ain't the worst either. It includes the song In Bloom as the first track, of course, and what follows is two live tracks that are hard to find: Sliver, and Polly, an accuistic version that I haven't heard live before an audiance before yet. This single is pretty decent in it's own way, the artwork on the front cover is a bunch of flowers, of course in bloom, with bees by their side. Very unique, which is expected for a band as unique itself as Nirvana.
But what makes this single dissapointing is that it needed another live song, or the best it could do-have an unheard song like D-7 or some kind of other rare song, it would have made this single as good as the best Nirvana singles I've heard. But without it, it hurts it pretty bad. But that still doesn't mean that the music kicks real butt, though.