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Old 03-30-2021, 04:40 PM   #1
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Are there any Garbage fans here? I have been listening them a lot recently and they are one of my favorite bands. They are releasing their seventh album No Gods No Masters on 11th June:



New music video was released today:

I'm very excited about this. That song is great but I'm not sure about the video. They probably couldn't film a proper video because of covid. My favorite albums are the debut album and Version 2.0.

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Great post - and Thanks for letting me know about the forthcoming album, which I wasn't aware of before now.

I've been a huge fan of Garbage since the '90's. I remember really looking forward to Version 2.0, and getting the CD @ Best Buy the week of it's release in May '98.

I was in my 20's throughout the '90's, and their angsty-like music was right up my alley. Circa '96, I remember talking to an older co-worker about music, and telling her that I liked listening to Garbage. And, she initially thought I was talking about the type of music I liked, not the band by that name - LOL.

I think their strongest albums are their first three, i.e. their debut, Version 2.0, and Beautiful Garbage (2001). Though, I like their later stuff too, and have all of their albums.

Too many great songs to list, but some favorites include:

Supervixen
Only Happy when it Rains[
Push it
When I Grow up
I think I'm Paranoid
Shut Your Mouth
Cup of Coffee
Cherry Lips (Go Baby Go!)
Untouchable
Why Do you Love Me
Not Your Kind of People
Hammering in my Head


The World Is Not Enough was another great Garbage song from their heyday; this was the theme song for the Bond film of the same name (1999):


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I became a fan when the song Not Your Kind of People was in Metal Gear Solid V trailer in 2013. I had heard the Bond theme before that but didn't know much about them. This is my favorite song:

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Love them. Seen the band twice and Shirley Manson is hilarious onstage. Can't wait for the album.
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I became a fan when the song Not Your Kind of People was in Metal Gear Solid V trailer in 2013. I had heard the Bond theme before that but didn't know much about them. This is my favorite song:

Garbage - The Trick Is To Keep Breathing - YouTube
Yes, TTITKB is an incredible track, from their second & IMHO best/strongest album (Version 2.0). Their first two albums exemplify the '90's to me, so these songs are very nostalgic. Great times.

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New music video:

Both songs are great but I think this is better. I really like the video.

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Saw them open for SP in 1998. I am a huge SP fan, but honestly, Garbage blew them away. Saw them on their own tour at a smaller club and they were equally awesome. I have always had a massive crush on Shirley.
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I've seen them four times since 1998, most recently was back when "Strange Little Birds" was released. Always a phenomenal show.

Love the new single, and the first one is growing on me pretty quickly.

Welcome back, Garbage!
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