Garbage (album)

Garbage
Studio album by Garbage
Released August 15, 1995
(See release history)
Recorded April 1994 – May 1995,
Smart Studios,
Madison, Wisconsin, USA
Genre Alternative rock
Electronica
Length 50:51
Label Mushroom Records UK
Almo Sounds (North America)
Producer Garbage
Garbage chronology
Garbage
(1995)
Version 2.0
(1998)
North American album cover
Singles from Garbage
  1. "Vow"
    Released: March 20, 1995
  2. "Only Happy When It Rains"
    Released: September 17, 1995
  3. "Queer"
    Released: November 20, 1995
  4. "Stupid Girl"
    Released: March 11, 1996
  5. "Supervixen"
    Released: October, 1996
  6. "Milk"
    Released: November 11, 1996

Garbage is the debut album by Scottish/American alternative rock group Garbage. It was released in the late summer and autumn of 1995 worldwide, following critical acclaim and promising chart positions for their debut single "Vow", which entered the Billboard Hot 100.

Garbage eventually spent over a year on both the US and UK charts, reaching the top 20 on charts worldwide and receiving multi-platinum certification in numerous territories. The album's success was helped by the band promoting it on a year-long tour, including playing on the European festival circuit and supporting the Smashing Pumpkins throughout 1996, as well as by a run of increasingly successful singles culminating with "Stupid Girl" which in 1997 was nominated for Grammy Awards for Best Rock Song and Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group.

Garbage was considered innovative for its fusion of pop melodies with alternative rock, trip-hop and electronica genres and its use of loops and sampling including, amongst other things, The Clash's "Train in Vain", the sound of torn sheets of metal, an air conditioning unit and a broken tape deck.

Contents

Recording Garbage

In 1983, Vig and Marker founded Smart Studios in Madison and Vig's production work brought him to the attention of Sub Pop.[1] A short-term reformation and album from Spooner inspired Erikson, Marker and Vig to form a band: tired of using their own work for remixes, they decided to keep the material for their own project. An early comment that their work sounded "like garbage" inspired the band's name.[2]

Manson had been performing with the Edinburgh rock band Goodbye Mr. Mackenzie since 1984.[3] In 1993, several band members, including Manson, changed their name to Angelfish. Their only release, the self-titled Angelfish, did not do any better than the preceding albums by Goodbye Mr. Mackenzie, selling only 10,000 copies.[4]

Initial sessions with Vig on vocals, and the member's past work with all-male groups led to the band's desire for a woman on lead.[5] Marker was watching 120 Minutes when he saw the music video for Angelfish's "Suffocate Me". He showed the video to Erikson and Vig while their manager Shannon O'Shea tracked Manson down. When Manson was contacted, she didn't know who Vig was and was urged to check the credits on Nevermind, the popular Nirvana album which Vig produced.[2]

On April 8, Manson met Erikson, Marker and Vig for the first time in London. Later that evening Vig was informed of Kurt Cobain's suicide.[2] Garbage was put on hold, until Angelfish were touring North America in support of Live.[6] Erikson, Marker and Vig attended the Metro Chicago date; and Manson was invited to Madison to audition for the band. The audition did not go well, but Manson socialized with the men while there and they found they had a similar taste in music. Angelfish disbanded at the end of the Live tour. Manson called O'Shea and asked to audition again feeling that "it would work out".[2] Manson eventually returned to Smart for a successful second time, where she began to work on the then-skeletal "Queer" and "Vow" (ad-libbing the lyric "like Joan of Arc coming back for more").[7]

While looking for a record deal to put the album out, Garbage sent out demo tapes with no bio, to avoid a bidding war over Vig's production history.[1] Garbage signed with Mushroom U.K. worldwide and to Jerry Moss's label Almo Sounds for North America.[4] Manson's contribution was licensed to both Mushroom and Almo by her label Radioactive.[8] Garbage continued to work on the album throughout the start of 1995; at the same time Vig produced Soul Asylum's Let Your Dim Light Shine album.[9]

Track listing

  1. "Supervixen" – 3:55
  2. "Queer" – 4:36
  3. "Only Happy When It Rains" – 3:56
  4. "As Heaven Is Wide" – 4:44
  5. "Not My Idea" – 3:41
  6. "A Stroke of Luck" – 4:44
  7. "Vow" – 4:30
  8. "Stupid Girl" – 4:18 (Garbage, Strummer, Jones)
  9. "Dog New Tricks" – 3:56
  10. "My Lover's Box" – 3:55
  11. "Fix Me Now" – 4:43
  12. "Milk" – 3:53

All songs were written by Garbage, except where noted.

Special editions

Japanese standard edition bonus tracks

  1. "Subhuman" – 4:37
  2. "#1 Crush" – 4:51

Japanese G - New edition bonus tracks

  1. "Subhuman" – 4:37
  2. "#1 Crush" (Remix) – 4:45

French Rare Track Collection Virgin Megastore bonus disc

  1. "#1 Crush" – 4:51
  2. "Girl Don't Come" – 2:33
  3. "Subhuman" – 4:37
  4. "Sleep" – 2:11
  5. "Trip My Wire" – 4:26

French, German & Spanish limited edition bonus disc

  1. "#1 Crush" (Remix) – 4:45

Australian and Japanese Tour Edition bonus disc

  1. "Milk" (Rabbit in the Moon mix) – 5:49
  2. "Stupid Girl" (Tee's Radio mix) – 3:45
  3. "Queer" (Danny Saber mix) – 5:39
  4. "Dog New Tricks" (The Pal mix) – 4:02
  5. "Alien Sex Fiend" – 4:37

Korean & Singapore bonus disc

  1. "#1 Crush" (Remix) – 4:45
  2. "Girl Don't Come" – 2:33
  3. "Subhuman" – 4:37
  4. "Sleep" – 2:11

Album release and promotion

In United States, the album was preceded at alternative radio by "Vow", which peaked at #26 on the Modern Rock Tracks chart[10] and at the end of July, spent two weeks at #97 on the Hot 100.[11] Despite not being able to actively promote the single, Almo Sounds issued Garbage on August 15, on CD, cassette and double-vinyl. The album debuted at #29 on the developing artists Top Heatseekers album chart.[12] Four weeks later, the album debuted at #193 on the Billboard 200,[13] as "Queer" impacted at Modern Rock.[14] In November, Garbage launched their first North American tour,[15] which drove "Queer" to #12 on the Modern Rock chart[16] and Garbage to climb to #127 on the album chart[17] and spend four weeks at #5 on the Heatseekers chart.[18] The album dropped off the Billboard 200 at the start of December.[19] At the start of January 1996, "Only Happy When It Rains" was serviced to alternative radio;[20] as Garbage re-charted on the Billboard 200 at #183.[21] At the start of March, Garbage peaked at #2 on the Heatseeker chart.[22] A week later, the album broke into the top half of Billboard 200 for the first time,[23] as "Only Happy When It Rains" peaked at #16 at alternative radio.[24] The album had sold 238,000 units by this point.[25] "Only Happy..." peaked at #55 on the Hot 100 at the start of May[26] as Garbage was certified Gold by the RIAA for shipping half a million units.[27] A week later, the album reached #47 on the Billboard 200[28] before dropping to #73 in June[29] as "Stupid Girl" impacted Modern Rock.[30] At the end of the month "Stupid Girl" reached the top ten at Modern Rock[31] while Garbage ascended into the top forty of the Billboard 200 for the first time.[32] At the end of July, Garbage was certified platinum for shipping a million units,[33] and a week later peaked at #20 on the album chart.[34] "Stupid Girl" peaked at #24 on the Hot 100 in September;[35] by which time Garbage had doubled its weekly sales to shifting around 40,000 units[36] and remained in the top thirty of the Billboard 200 for two months.[37] Almo serviced "Supervixen" to alternative[38] before releasing "Milk" as the last single from the album; however alternative radio picked up on "#1 Crush", which was licensed to a movie soundtrack, and sent it to #1 at the end of the year.[39] Garbage dropped to #78 in December,[40] before rebounding to #47 at the start of February 1997[41] on the back of the success of "#1 Crush".[42] Garbage clocked up its 81st and last week on the Billboard 200 at the start of May 1997 when it bowed out at #191.[43]

In Australia, Garbage debuted at #5 on the ARIA album chart. In New Zealand, Garbage debuted at #11.[44] On September 23 the band's record labels issued a 'Tour Edition' of the album containing a bonus disc of remixes and b-side "Alien Sex Fiend".[45] Eleven months after release, Garbage topped the New Zealand albums chart and peaked at #4 in Australia.

In the United Kingdom, Garbage was preceded by the single "Only Happy When It Rains" which charted at #29. Mushroom Records issued the album on CD, cassette, double-vinyl and a limited edition 7" box set. Garbage debuted on the UK Album Chart at #12 with first week sales of 9,409 copies. A week later the album dropped to #26 before falling out of the Top 40. The album re-entered the album chart at the start of 1996 and climbed steadily as "Stupid Girl" hit #4 on the UK Singles Chart at the end of March. The album subsequently peaked at #6 [46] and remained in the top ten until May.[47] Garbage left the Top 40 in October, and recharted at #34 at the end of the year. Garbage was issued on the MiniDisc format on March 20, 2000[48] and re-charting in the UK for the final time in July of that year.[49]

World tour

On February 24, 1996, Garbage set off on a 17-date headline tour of North America.[50] Garbage then joined Smashing Pumpkins as support on their North American arena tour from June 25, although the support slot was cut short due to the death of Pumpkin's keyboardist Jonathan Melvoin on July 12. Garbage returned to Europe on August 3 promoting Garbage with a month of shows around the festival circuit.[50] Garbage then headed south to Asia and Australia to promote the album, beginning with shows in Singapore on September 28 and ending in Osaka, Japan on October 18.[50] Garbage returned to the US to give Garbage a final push by rejoining the Smashing Pumpkins rescheduled tour from October 23.[50]

Reviews, accolades and nominations

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars [51]
BBC (positive) [52]
The Guardian 4/5 stars 10/01/1995
Kerrang! 5/5 stars 09/30/1995
Music Week 5/5 stars 30/09/1995
NME (8/10) 09/23/1995
Q 4/5 stars 10/01/1995
Robert Christgau (2 star Honorable Mention)(2 star Honorable Mention)(3 star Honorable Mention) [53]
Rolling Stone 4/5 stars [54]
Select 4/5 stars 10/01/1995
Spin (7/10) 10/01/1995

Garbage was certified silver[55] by the BPI on January 1, 1996 and gold one month later.[55] Garbage became platinum-certified for UK sales of 300,000 on May 1.[55] Garbage was certified gold by the RIAA on January 5[56] and certified platinum for one million US sales on July 30.[56] The ARIA certified Garbage platinum, with sales of over 210,000 units.

Garbage had also been certified double platinum in Canada, Australia [57] and New Zealand and gold in France, Denmark, Ireland and Singapore.[58] Garbage was certified platinum in the UK for the second time on October 16, 1998,[55] and in the US for the second time on February 24, 1999.[56] It was also certified gold in the Philippines on June 20.[58]

Album track "As Heaven is Wide" was included on the 1998 PS1 racing game Gran Turismo.

Personnel

Release history

Date Territory Label Format Edition(s)
Aug 15, 1995 Canada Almo Sounds CD, Double-LP, cassette Standard edition
United States
Aug 29, 1995 Europe BMG CD, cassette
Sept 4, 1995 Australia White Records
New Zealand
Oct 2, 1995 United Kingdom Mushroom Records UK CD, Double-LP, cassette,
limited edition 7" box set
Oct 21, 1995 Japan BMG Victor CD Titled G, includes two bonus tracks
Nov 17, 1995 France BMG France Standard edition, b/w Rare Track Collection bonus disc
Jan 30, 1996 Korea BMG Han Kook Standard edition
Sept 23, 1996 Australia White Records Double-CD Limited Tour Edition, with five bonus tracks
Jan 8, 1997 Japan BMG Victor/White Records
Mar 25, 1997 Korea BMG Han Kook Limited edition bonus disc, with four bonus tracks
Singapore BMG/White Records
Apr 14, 1997 France BMG France CD Limited edition, b/w bonus "#1 Crush" bonus disc
Germany BMG Ariola
Spain BMG Espagna/RCA
Apr 23, 1997 Japan BMG Victor Titled G - New Edition, with two bonus tracks
Nov 26, 1998 Japan Titled G - New Edition, with two bonus tracks (reissue)
Nov 29, 1999 France BMG Deluxe digipak edition
United Kingdom Simply Vinyl Double-LP Standard edition, pressed on 180gm heavyweight vinyl
Mar 20, 2000 Mushroom Records UK MiniDisc Standard edition
c.2000 Europe PIAS Recordings CD Standard edition (reissue)
South Africa David Gresham Records
South America Universal Music
Australia Festival Mushroom Records
Aug 22, 2001 Japan Sony Music Int'l Titled G, includes two bonus tracks (reissue)
Oct 1, 2001 Russia and CIS BMG Russia Standard edition (reissue)
Nov 23, 2003 Worldwide
(ex. North America)
A&E Records
Feb 28, 2005 United Kingdom A&E Records Digital download Standard edition
Oct 4, 2005 France Warner Music France Double-CD Packaged as Garbage: 2CD, with Beautiful Garbage album
Sept 1, 2008 United Kingdom Rhino Entertainment Packaged as Garbage: 2 In 1, with Version 2.0 album
Oct 24, 2008 South Africa

Comprehensive charts

Charts

Chart (1995) Peak
Australia Albums Chart (ARIA)[59] 5
New Zealand Albums Chart (RIANZ)[60] 11
United Kingdom Albums Chart (CIN)[61] 12
United States Heatseekers (Billboard)[62] 5
United States Billboard 200[63] 127
Chart (1996) Peak
Australia Albums Chart (ARIA)[59] 4
Belgium (Flanders) Ultratip 50 Albums (BEA)[64] 34
Belgium (Wallonia) Ultratop 50 Albums (BEA)[65] 20
European Top 100 Albums (Billboard/Music & Media)[66] 15
Finland Albums Chart (ÄKT / IFPI Finland)[67] 23
France Album Chart (SNEP)[68] 16
Germany Albums Chart (Media Control)[69] 66
Iceland Album Chart (IFPI)[70] 20
Netherlands Album Chart (GfK)[71] 33
New Zealand Albums Chart (RIANZ)[60] 1
Sweden Albums Chart (SRIA)[72] 19
United Kingdom Albums Chart (CIN)[73] 6
United States Heatseekers (Billboard)[74] 2
United States Billboard 200[75] 20
Chart (1997) Peak
Belgium (Wallonia) Ultratop 50 Albums (BEA)[65] 26 RE
Germany Albums Chart (Media Control)[69] 76 RE
Norway Albums Chart (Nielsen SoundScan)[76] 30
Chart (1999) Peak
Finland Albums Chart (ÄKT / IFPI Finland)[67] 28 RE

Year-End charts

Chart (1996) Position
Australian Albums[77] 27
United Kingdom Albums[78] 25
U.S. Billboard 200[79] 52

Certifications

Country Certifications Units shipped/sales
Australia 2 × Platinum 140,000[80]
Canada 2 × Platinum 140,000[81]
Denmark Gold 10,000[82]
France Gold 150,000[83]
Germany not certified 230,000+[84]
Ireland Gold 7,500[82]
New Zealand 2 × Platinum 30,000[82]
Philippine Gold 10,000[81]
Portugal Gold 10,000[85]
Singapore Gold 5,000[82]
United Kingdom 2 × Platinum 696,865 (actual sales, as of 2007)[86]
United States 2 × Platinum 2,400,000 (actual sales, as of 2008)[87]

Chart procession and succession

Preceded by
New Adventures in Hi-Fi by R.E.M.
New Zealand Albums Chart
number-one album

October 20–26, 1996
Succeeded by
Ænima by Tool

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