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Not Your Kind of People (Deluxe)

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Customer Reviews

A Solid Return, I'm loving this!

This is a solid garbage album. What can I say? The loud guitars, swirling synths, pounding drums, polished sheen... all topped with Shirley's impeccable, sexy yet vulnerable vocals. It's rock/pop perfection. This album exudes confidence in a way that was a bit lacking on the last album. "I Hate Love" already seems to be a fan favorite, and it is easy to see why. Garbage fans will love this. As for everyone else, well, I guess you're just not their kind of people.

Welcome back!

Love Garbage. So glad to have some new tunes from Shirley and crew!

That classic Garbage sound is back

From the minute you push play on "Not Your Kind Of People", you'll immediately recognize and be reunited with the sound and style that has made Garbage an alt-rock mainstay for the past 2 decades. There's no doubt that this new album captures the magic and feeling of earlier albums, but reflects a more mature feeling as well. Definite highlights include Sugar, Beloved Freak, and The One. While this album has less of an experimental sound than "Beautiful Garbage" and "Version 2.0", if you're looking for a listening experience that delivers that classic Garbage sound, with a refinement that only time and experience can provide, look no further. Five stars, a definite buy.

Biography

Formed: 1993 in Madison, WI

Genre: Rock

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...
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