Recording for In Utero began on February 12th, 1993 at the secluded Pachyderm Studios in Cannon Falls, Minnesota, and came to an end on February 26th.
Only using 12 out of the 14 days to record and mix the songs. The cost of recording came out to $24,000, which was paid for personally by producer Steve Albini.
This was regarded as one of the easiest records to make by members of the band. Recording a total of 18 songs including, Marigold and Gallons of Rubbing Alcohol Flowing Down The Strip.
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