History Music / Garbage

12th Mar '16 12:39:46 AM TheAndyman14
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* ''Strange Little Birds'' (2016)
19th Feb '16 6:36:27 PM igordebraga
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* PunctuatedForEmphasis: A few {{Title Drop}}s ("This! Is! ''Not! My! Idea!'' of a good time..."; "Why! Don't! You! Come - oveeeer?!"; "Automatic - Systematic - Habit!").



** They used the beat from "Train in Vain" by Music/TheClash for "Stupid Girl". "Don't Worry Baby" was originally sampled for "Push It", but the sample is not present in the final version of the track (although present in recent performances); Shirley sings the lyrics herself.

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** They used the beat from "Train in Vain" by Music/TheClash for "Stupid Girl". Music/TheBeachBoys' "Don't Worry Baby" was originally sampled for "Push It", but the sample is not present in the final version of the track (although present in recent performances); Shirley sings the lyrics herself.


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** "Sleep Together" ("If we sleep together, will you like me better?") has a clear homage to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4x0fPZrPV3M Romeo Void's "Never Say Never"]] ("I might like you better if we slept together!").
21st Dec '15 8:14:43 PM Adept
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* GuestStarPartyMember: Usually a bassist (for instance, the Not Your Kind of People tour featured JanesAddiction's Eric Avery), though at times a drummer too (Matt Walker of TheSmashingPumpkins, PearlJam and {{Soundgarden}} touring drummer Matt Chamberlain).

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* GuestStarPartyMember: Usually a bassist (for instance, the Not Your Kind of People tour featured JanesAddiction's Eric Avery), though at times a drummer too (Matt Walker of TheSmashingPumpkins, PearlJam Music/TheSmashingPumpkins, Music/PearlJam and {{Soundgarden}} Music/{{Soundgarden}} touring drummer Matt Chamberlain).
21st Dec '15 8:06:52 PM Adept
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For their follow-up, ''Version 2.0'', Garbage continued with the same electro-rock sound but added a denser production, more techno and trip-hop influences and more EarWorm melodies. ''2.0'' became another well-received success and gave them a few more hit singles as well, such as the technoey "Push It", the super-heavy EpicRiff-driven "I Think I'm Paranoid", and the [[SurprisinglyGentleSong ballad]] "You Look So Fine". Around this time, they were recruited to perform the theme to ''Film/TheWorldIsNotEnough'', on which they worked alongside composer DavidArnold.

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For their follow-up, ''Version 2.0'', Garbage continued with the same electro-rock sound but added a denser production, more techno and trip-hop influences and more EarWorm melodies. ''2.0'' became another well-received success and gave them a few more hit singles as well, such as the technoey "Push It", the super-heavy EpicRiff-driven "I Think I'm Paranoid", and the [[SurprisinglyGentleSong ballad]] "You Look So Fine". Around this time, they were recruited to perform the theme to ''Film/TheWorldIsNotEnough'', on which they worked alongside composer DavidArnold.
Music/DavidArnold.



* TheCameo: DaveGrohl plays drums in "Bad Boyfriend".

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* TheCameo: DaveGrohl Music/DaveGrohl plays drums in "Bad Boyfriend".
28th Jun '15 6:12:57 PM igordebraga
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* GuestPartyMember: Usually a bassist (for instance, the Not Your Kind of People tour featured JanesAddiction's Eric Avery), though at times a drummer too (Matt Walker of TheSmashingPumpkins, PearlJam and {{Soundgarden}} touring drummer Matt Chamberlain).
* HaveAGayOldTime: Downplayed in "Queer", where the old meaning ("weird or unusual") is used. The band was well aware of the alternative meaning however and allowed the song to be open to interpretation.

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* GuestPartyMember: GuestStarPartyMember: Usually a bassist (for instance, the Not Your Kind of People tour featured JanesAddiction's Eric Avery), though at times a drummer too (Matt Walker of TheSmashingPumpkins, PearlJam and {{Soundgarden}} touring drummer Matt Chamberlain).
* HaveAGayOldTime: Downplayed in "Queer", where the old meaning ("weird or unusual") is used. The band was well aware of the alternative meaning however and allowed the song to be open to interpretation.
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* HappyRain: "Only Happy When It Rains", of course. ("Pour your misery down on me!")
* HaveAGayOldTime: Downplayed in "Queer", where the old meaning ("weird or unusual") is used. The band was well aware of the alternative meaning however and allowed the song to be open to interpretation.
15th May '15 9:13:14 AM TheAndyman14
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* InDaClub: "Run Baby Run" plays this straight, but "The Chemicals" plays with the trope - the patron are young and quite attractive, but they are drunk/on drugs and a few of them are quite aggressive (it is a rave bar afterwards)



* TitleOnlyChorus: "Why Don't You Come Over" and "I Hate Love".

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* TitleOnlyChorus: "Why Don't You Come Over" and Over", "I Hate Love".Love", "The Chemicals".
24th Mar '15 7:55:28 PM igordebraga
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* EverythingIsAnInstrument: The first album includes weird samples such as a broken DAT tape in "Stupid Girl", and much later "Sugar" has a musical saw.


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* GuestPartyMember: Usually a bassist (for instance, the Not Your Kind of People tour featured JanesAddiction's Eric Avery), though at times a drummer too (Matt Walker of TheSmashingPumpkins, PearlJam and {{Soundgarden}} touring drummer Matt Chamberlain).


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* LeadDrummer: The main musical force is Butch Vig, who chose to play drums. (although on occasion he called an outsider to focus on producing, or was replaced on stage being unable to attend)


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* StageName: Aside from Shirley and Steve, Douglas "Duke" Erikson and Bryan "Butch" Vig.
8th Mar '15 9:35:22 PM TheAndyman14
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* HaveAGayOldTime: Downplayed in "Queer", where the old meaning ("weird or unusual") is used. The band was well aware of the alternative meaning however and allowed the song to be open to interpretation.
7th Mar '15 2:34:02 AM TheAndyman14
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* GreatestHitsAlbum: ''Absolute Garbage'', but it wasn't composed solely of their previous songs, as "Tell Me Where It Hurts" was released on it. Five year later, their Australian record company released a repackaged and resequenced version titled "The Absolute Collection" which omitted a few songs and added two of their singles from the ''Not Your Kind of People'' album, as well as "Supervixen" from their debut.

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* GreatestHitsAlbum: ''Absolute Garbage'', but it wasn't composed solely of their previous songs, as "Tell Me Where It Hurts" was released on it. Five year later, their Australian record company released a repackaged and resequenced version titled "The Absolute Collection" which omitted a few songs "You Look So Fine" and "The World is Not Enough" and added two of their singles from the ''beautifulgarbage'' and ''Not Your Kind of People'' album, apiece, as well as "Supervixen" from their debut.
6th Mar '15 9:16:49 AM TheAndyman14
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* RuleOfPool: "Big Bright World"
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