To make Montage of Heck, HBO's recently screened documentary on the life, madness and genius of Kurt Cobain, director Brett Morgen got to sift through Cobain's personal tapes and archives to put together this authorised record of the man's creative spirit and personal life. Along the way, he also unearthed a number of the Nirvana frontman's homespun recordings – including the previously teased cover of The Beatles' "And I Love Her" – that are now set for release as Montage of Heck: The Home Recordings. Due for release on 13 November, the soundtrack will be available in two editions – a 13 track and a 31 track – on an assortment of formats including CD, cassette and digital. A double-LP version will be released on 4 December, at the same time as a 7" single containing the aforementioned cover of "And I Love Her" and an early demo of "Sappy". The standard 13-track soundtrack will contain musical gems found on Cobain's personal tapes, while the deluxe 31-track version is stacked with additional material from the documentary like spoken word, demos, musical experiments and at least one sketch comedy routine. Says Morgen of the soundtrack: "You really get a sense of how happy he was simply by creating himself. His lyrics are really playful, and, at times, you can feel his smile and warmth coming through."