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Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Japanese edition of their platinum debut with two bonus tracks for collectors, the hit version of '#1 Crush' (Nellee Hooper Remix) that was featured on the double plati-num Romeo & Juliet soundtrack and their deleted first... more »
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Japanese edition of their platinum debut with two bonus tracks for collectors, the hit version of '#1 Crush' (Nellee Hooper Remix) that was featured on the double plati-num Romeo & Juliet soundtrack and their deleted first single'Subhuman', released before the album came out in 1995. 14 tracks total.
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Amy T. (simplyamy) from DAKOTA DUNES, SD
Reviewed on 8/16/2007...
Their best CD hands down!
Christina B. from WATERLOO, IA
Reviewed on 10/10/2006...
Nothing like an angry girl and her band.
Aaron Michael | Wilmington, OH USA | 09/16/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Garbage's self-titled debut is a must have for anyone who likes anything from alternative rock to goth or emo. It's really a raw album that is shocking and scarily understandable. This record I fell in love with Garbage 13 years ago and I remain a faithful fan (I even have a tattoo resembling the cover of this very album!). To truly appreciate the band you must look behind the scenes and learn about them; I suggest through their 'Absolute Garbage' dvd and get to know the band. Thanks, Aaron."
Amazing album, best of the '90s
Raven | Nashville, TN | 12/27/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I lovelovelove this album. I only recently got into Garbage, but I'm a hardcore fan now. I bought this album because the song "Stroke of Luck" caught my attention on a tv show, and I fell in love with all the songs. Every song on this album is raw, melodic, and intense. The opener, "Supervixen" is a tease to the rest of the album. This song is my absolute favorite, with Shirley telling the world that she will be their religion. Next up is "Queer," which has a video that is to die for. Coming in third, still sure to please, is "Only Happy When It Rains," which I'm sure every person who was at least 10 years old in 1995 has heard. The rest of the album has standouts like "My Lover's Box," "Not My Idea," "Dog New Tricks," "Vow," and "Stroke of Luck." Seriously, pick this up. You WON'T be disappointed."