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On the day Garbage gathered in Wisconsin to start work on their fourth record, they came up with the glittering and steely "Right Between the Eyes" in all of 30 minutes. Things would not go quite so well with BLEED LIKE ME again.

The band battled illness, surgery, creative disagreements, major life changes and-depending who you ask-either a break-up or a much-needed sabbatical. ... Read more in Amazon's Garbage Store

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  • Audio Cassette (2 Oct. 1995)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Mushroom
  • ASIN: B000053MVG
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  Mini-Disc  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 815,555 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By ben_jekyll on 19 Jun. 2007
Format: Audio CD
i remember hearing about this band many years ago and laughing at them purely because they were called garbage and had a song called queer!!

a few years passed and then i bumped into the band again on a tv show and i actually heard them this time and thought myself rather silly for writing them off!!! they are great!!!

this is the sound of a rock band with a great eye for pop melodies. almost all the songs have got some fantastic guitar work in them and yet the vocals are so melodic...and sultry...almost sleazy..but in a good way!

for me the choice songs are queer,vixen,only happy when it rains and the haunting milk.

overall a great album...well worth checking out if you want something with a little bite but then kisses it better after!!
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Ben Saunders VINE VOICE on 27 Mar. 2002
Format: Audio CD
Garbage consist of three American producers (Steve Markes, Duke Erikson and Butch Vig - the latter of Nirvana fame) and the vocal talents of Scottish chanteuse Shirley Manson (supplemented on most tracks here by Mike Kashou on bass). As such, they're something of a supergroup, and indeed, they are a super group.
Their sound, in case you don't know, is quite unique and distinctive. The producers provide keyboards, samples loops and effects, in much the same way as dance records are made, but what they make is definitely a rock album. Over the top of this, come Shirley's sublime vocals, ranging from a melodic caress to (almost) vitriolic shrieks, tending more towards beautiful singing. If I had to compare them to other artists, I'd say they remind me, in parts, of Filter, VAST, Cyclefly and Guano Apes, but as none of these groups are as big as Garbage, that may not help you... (Although you may want to check them out if you like Garbage, all of them have the 'synthetic' musical sound and very good singers)
Butch's Nirvana connections meant the group had no trouble attracting interest. As soon as Shirley launched into 'Vow' (first single, included here) it was obvious that there was more to the band. A feministic assault on a former lover, it perfectly demonstrates Shirley's talents, and is one of the best tracks on the album. She switches with ease from softly sensual to menacing as she sings 'You burned me out but I'm back at your door/ Like Joan of Arc coming back for more/ I came around to tear your little world apart/ And break your soul apart'
This is followed by arguably their best (and certainly biggest) song - 'Stupid Girl'. This is really memorable, and well played on TV and radio, you will know it! In fact, I like it so much I can't believe it took me so long to get the album.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By D. Winchester VINE VOICE on 18 Nov. 2002
Format: Audio CD
It seems as if Garbage have been around forever. Already their brand of technological rock and cutting lyrics is as familiar as Oasis’ drawl or Stereophonics’ grate, despite their relative lack of success. This is perhaps one of the most underrated albums of the 90s, as the fact is their sound is wholly original and distinctive. The publicity that shrouded Scottish lead singer Shirley Manson could not bury the fact that Garbage churned out countless delightfully accessible angst-ridden tracks. Stupid Girl led the way, but Milk, Vow, Queer and Only Happy When It Rains are all of the highest quality. Depressing and brazen they may be, but with enchanting unique pop such as opener Supervixen, it is certainly captivating.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Lilly Penhaligon TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 3 Feb. 2006
Format: Audio CD
It happens rarely that you like every song on an album; there's always one or two that you would skip over. However, this is one of those albums where you want to listen to almost every song. Garbage are great here, they are really angst ridden rock (but not in the same whiney way as Alanis or Avril Lavigne so have no fear). For those of you who like quiet angst, Milk is a refreshing break from the heavy anthems and guitars of the other songs. Although it is lighter, it is in keeping with the general theme of the rest of the album and is quite dark.
Their best album is Version 2.0 which is an absolute classic - it is another album where every song is one which you will want to hear.
I think this first album and Version 2.0 were the crowning moments of Garbage's career. Beautiful was really poor and completely different in tone and their latest album, Bleed Like Me seems like an attempt to return to Version 2.0 territory.
If you are new to Garbage, I would try this and Version 2.0 you won't regret it.
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Format: Audio CD
It seems that the fates transpired to bring about the members of the band at just the right time at just the right moment and everything fell into place and just worked which is the utter beauty of garbage four Veterans who had slogged long and hard working with other bands came together to create this sonic masterpiece which is truly of its own standing there is an edge and a coolness here that was so out of sync with the other mid nineties bands this is essentially a rock album there are swirling loops electronica and hip hop its not quite one sound or another but it all just works churning out endlessly angsty crashing infectious songs that culminate in a great and unique album that is not like any other now or when first released and i can say that as i first bought this in 2008 at 17 and it sounded so fresh and still so unique an album for any fan of great music but the best song has to be the dark and brooding milk and who doesnt love a rock diva such as miss shirley manson :).
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