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Not Your Kind Of People

by Garbage

Not Your Kind Of People by Garbage

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Not Your Kind Of People

by Garbage

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Label: STUNVOLUME
Since Garbage's last album, 2005's Bleed Like Me, robotic, post-apocalyptic dance-pop has turned into a mainstream sensation -- from Gaga to Robyn to Britney. So with their fifth release, the '90s alt-rock vets still fit right into the fold with their sexy-paranoid, electro-rock. But could any of those pop stars mix industrial dance so seamlessly with blasting harmonica ("Control"), shoegazed ballads ("Felt," "Beloved Freak") and snarling garage-rockers ("Man on a Wire")? And could any of them match Shirley Manson's slithering vixen snarl (here slightly tamed, yet still deliciously potent)?

About This Album

Since Garbage's last album, 2005's Bleed Like Me, robotic, post-apocalyptic dance-pop has turned into a mainstream sensation -- from Gaga to Robyn to Britney. So with their fifth release, the '90s alt-rock vets still fit right into the fold with their sexy-paranoid, electro-rock. But could any of those pop stars mix industrial dance so seamlessly with blasting harmonica ("Control"), shoegazed ballads ("Felt," "Beloved Freak") and snarling garage-rockers ("Man on a Wire")? And could any of them match Shirley Manson's slithering vixen snarl (here slightly tamed, yet still deliciously potent)?

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About This Album

Since Garbage's last album, 2005's Bleed Like Me, robotic, post-apocalyptic dance-pop has turned into a mainstream sensation -- from Gaga to Robyn to Britney. So with their fifth release, the '90s alt-rock vets still fit right into the fold with their sexy-paranoid, electro-rock. But could any of those pop stars mix industrial dance so seamlessly with blasting harmonica ("Control"), shoegazed ballads ("Felt," "Beloved Freak") and snarling garage-rockers ("Man on a Wire")? And could any of them match Shirley Manson's slithering vixen snarl (here slightly tamed, yet still deliciously potent)?