1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 20 October 2001
The title track is a wonderful song of course, but you probably know that from the album. The real high point of this single is the awfully titled 'Get Busy with The Fizzy'. Don't be put off by that - it is an essential track with the energy of Version 2.0 and very well-written lyrics. Shirley really gets into this one - why on Earth didn't it get on the album?
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on 6 November 2002
This version of "you look so fine" contains three tracks. The b-side here is "Soldier Through This" which is one of the band's best songs. The track hints at Shirley's growing song-writing capabilities and leads up to "cup of coffee" from "beautifulgarbage". The third track is the Fun Lovin' Criminals' version of the single. It is not a remix, they lounge the song up by playing the music themselves. Shirley alters the end of the song ever so slightly, singing "don't say it's over" even though it seems too late already. This version is just as good as the original, if not better, for two reasons. One, for Shirley's vulnerability and two, for changing the outlook of the song with a few simple strokes.
on 28 July 2009
Like "Milk" on the original, eponymous album, "You Look So Fine" was far from being my favourite track on 'Garbage Version 2.0.'
In each case, these slow, melancholy and heart-aching laments were needed to round off the album. But as singles, they never really 'Stood Alone.'
However, if you're wondering whether or not to buy this CD, then the B-side 'Get Busy With the Fizzy' is more than worth the money.