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News that Garbage had completed its fifth album came as a delightful surprise to its fans, as the techno-savvy band hadn’t released anything since Bleed Like Me in 2005. On Not Your Kind of People, the independent-minded quartet—Shirley Manson (vocals), Duke Erikson and Steve Marker (guitars, keyboards) and Butch Vig (drums, loops)—are as sharp as ever. The opening trio of songs offers a dazzling mix of attitudinal lyrics, abundant hooks and layered rhythms. The moody title track and the empathetic “Beloved Freak”, in turn, both convey the band’s quieter (yet equally dynamic) reflective side. Welcome back, Garbage.

Customer Reviews

MGS V brings me here

Nice music.


Just absolutely wonderful! Nice to see you back! Just a solid solid effort!

After 7 years you guys haven't even hiccuped! Thank you so much for not forgetting us real die hard fans!

The poster band for Alt Pop Rock returns

I've been a fan ever since Version 2.0 was released. I fell in love with Shirley's soft but firm and authoritative voice.

Not Your Kind of People is a very good album. It's intoxicating, urgent and sharp. Very 90's nostalgic but relevant. It's like a fusion of all the things they are awesome at doing.

Straight up alternative pop/rock with a dark and sultry twist. Well done Garbage!


Formed: 1993 in Madison, WI

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Garbage built on the sonic landscapes of My Bloody Valentine, Curve, and Sonic Youth, adding a distinct sense of accessible pop songcraft. The band was the brainchild of producers Butch Vig, Duke Erikson, and Steve Marker, who initially held an informal jam session in Marker's basement, but they eventually recruited vocalist Shirley Manson, who had previously sung with Angelfish and Goodbye Mr. MacKenzie. Vig is a native of Viroqua, Wisconsin, who learned to play piano as a child and drums as a...
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