Bleed Like Me from Geffen Records

Bleed Like Me from Geffen Records
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Bleed Like Me from Geffen Records

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Described as a thundering return to the band's original hard rock sound, 'Bleed Like Me' features eleven tracks that return to the power and simplicity of their debut. The first single is the explosive 'Why Do You Love Me'. Amongst the other highlights of the album are the dynamic opener 'Bad Boyfriend', a heavy out and out rock song featuring a guest appearance from Dave Grohl on drums. Aside from Grohl, the album also features an additional guest in the shape of Beck bassist Justin Meldal-Johnsen. Geffen. 2005.

Despite making it through a difficult four-year stretch in which the band temporarily broke up, singer Shirley Manson left her husband, and new technologies made the sleek electro-rock sound of its first three albums feel passé, Garbage resurfaces in rude health on Bleed Like Me. Manson is still kickboxing the air and stomping the glitter under her heels, as she channels Debbie Harry and Chrissie Hynde on edgy glam-rock anthems like "Run Baby Run" and "Metal Heart." All the while three bookish producers in the background--including Butch Vig, who famously helmed Nirvana's Nevermind--turn up the sleazy machine-like rhythms. Foo Fighters front man Dave Grohl sits in on the drums for the menacing "Bad Boyfriend," but it's the confessional title track Bleed Like Me"--part "Walk on the Wild Side," part therapy session for former cutter Manson--that shatters Garbage's image as the ultimate non-stick studio band. "You should see my scars," goes the chorus. And, for once, Manson is actually willing to reveal them. -- Aidin Vaziri

Key Product Details

  • Artist: Garbage
  • Genre: Alternative Rock

Product Features

Special package for Garbage Bleed Like Me CD

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