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About Garbage

The brainchild of drummer/producer Butch Vig, Garbage sprang up in the mid-1990s at just the right time. Where many bands had attempted the female-fronted electronic/alternative hybrid formula, Garbage somehow clicked with the public. Vig's previous production work with Smashing Pumpkins, L7 and Nirvana had given way to slick alternative rock that seemed just a little bit dirty. Scottish frontwoman Shirley Manson helped considerably with her lusciously sneering vocals and quote-ready diatribes.

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Listen toGarbageon Napster

The brainchild of drummer/producer Butch Vig, Garbage sprang up in the mid-1990s at just the right time. Where many bands had attempted the female-fronted electronic/alternative hybrid formula, Garbage somehow clicked with the public. Vig's previous production work with Smashing Pumpkins, L7 and Nirvana had given way to slick alternative rock that seemed just a little bit dirty. Scottish frontwoman Shirley Manson helped considerably with her lusciously sneering vocals and quote-ready diatribes.

About Garbage

The brainchild of drummer/producer Butch Vig, Garbage sprang up in the mid-1990s at just the right time. Where many bands had attempted the female-fronted electronic/alternative hybrid formula, Garbage somehow clicked with the public. Vig's previous production work with Smashing Pumpkins, L7 and Nirvana had given way to slick alternative rock that seemed just a little bit dirty. Scottish frontwoman Shirley Manson helped considerably with her lusciously sneering vocals and quote-ready diatribes.

About Garbage

The brainchild of drummer/producer Butch Vig, Garbage sprang up in the mid-1990s at just the right time. Where many bands had attempted the female-fronted electronic/alternative hybrid formula, Garbage somehow clicked with the public. Vig's previous production work with Smashing Pumpkins, L7 and Nirvana had given way to slick alternative rock that seemed just a little bit dirty. Scottish frontwoman Shirley Manson helped considerably with her lusciously sneering vocals and quote-ready diatribes.