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Androgyny - Garbage - Beautiful Garbage (CD, Album)

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  1. Feb 26,  · A plate of Garbage is on all sides thought out and that gave the music in the past every now and then a clinical character. On Beautifulgarbage is that fortunately hardly the case anymore. The band grows slowly but surely from a perfect pop group/5(85).
  2. Tempering their dark, brooding sound with shades of s glam and '80s pop, Garbage deliver their most eclectic offering to date. Beautiful Garbage reflects a diverse array of influences, as artists such as Phil Spector ("Can't Cry These Tears") and Blondie ("Breaking Up .
  3. Sep 24,  · “Androgyny” is track #2 on Garbage’s third album Beautiful Garbage. It was released as lead single of the album. Despite the song was not promoted due to it .
  4. Jun 22,  · Album Beautiful Garbage (remastered) Licensed to YouTube by UMG, [Merlin] Liberation Music, PIAS (on behalf of Stunvolume) Garbage - Androgyny YouTube; Garbage - Queer .
  5. I would call this an experimental Pop album to be more precise. As usual, an album by Garbage always stands out from the current music scene in which it was released. Released in Autumn , when Nu-Metal/Rap collaberations and R & B seem to dominate the charts, Beautiful Garbage was a /5().
  6. Mar 19,  · On their third cd, "Beautifulgarbage", Garbage seems to be at a crossroads musically. It doesn't strike me as original as their previous two cds, but at the same time there are some new directions taken such as "Androgyny" and "Cherry Lips (Go Baby Go)", and I do have personal favorites like "Parade" and "Untouchable", and there are the usually well done ballads "Cup Of Coffee", "Drive /5().
  7. Beautiful Garbage - CD () for $ from nonstantlapoundkala.ertifiscacomdenewsfretkaagegistnol.infoinfo Pop / Rock Uncut: stars out of 5 - ' Garbage have made their most accomplished and convincing album yet ' - /5().
  8. The great thing about Garbage-- the thing that nobody wants to mention -- is that they are veterans, from frontwoman Shirley Manson to the three studio pros who play the instruments. They slogged through the trenches of alt-rock in the '80s, whether it was in the U.S. or the U.K., and they came together at the precise moment in the '90s when they could fashion modern-sounding music with a keen 7/

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