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Garbage's History

Garbage is an American alternative rock band that was formed in Madison, Wisconsin, in 1993. The band comprises of the Scottish singer Shirley Manson, and American musicians Duke Erikson, Steve Marker, and Butch Vig. The band has been influential in the alternative rock music scene, with their unique blend of pop, electronic, and rock music. They have released seven studio albums and have been the recipient of many awards and nominations throughout their career.

Garbage's history dates back to the early 1990s when Manson moved to the United States from Scotland to pursue a career in music. She met Erikson, Marker, and Vig, who had been working together as producers, and together they formed Garbage. Vig was already an established producer, having worked with bands such as Nirvana and Smashing Pumpkins. Garbage's first track was "Vow," which was released in 1995 and became an instant hit.

The band's self-titled debut album, Garbage, was released in 1995 and was well received by audiences and critics alike. The album contained hit tracks such as "Only Happy When It Rains" and "Queer", which became fan favorites. The album was certified double platinum in the United States and was nominated for Best Rock Album at the 1996 Grammy Awards.

Garbage's subsequent albums, Version 2.0 (1998) and Beautiful Garbage (2001), were also successful and contained hit tracks such as "I Think I'm Paranoid" and "Cherry Lips". The band went on a hiatus after the release of Beautiful Garbage, during which time Manson pursued a solo career and Erikson and Marker focused on their production work.

Garbage reunited in 2005 and released their fourth studio album, Bleed Like Me, which contained the hit track "Why Do You Love Me". The album was praised by critics and was certified gold in the United States. The band's subsequent albums, Not Your Kind of People (2012) and Strange Little Birds (2016), were also successful and received positive reviews.

Garbage has been known for their electrifying live performances, which have captivated audiences around the world. The band has performed at many major music festivals, including Glastonbury, Reading, and Leeds. They have also headlined their own tours, including the world tour in support of their debut album, which saw them perform in over 30 countries.

Garbage's live concerts are known for their high-energy performances, with Manson's powerful vocals and the band's unique sound captivating audiences. The band uses a mix of live instruments and electronic music, which gives their concerts a unique and unforgettable atmosphere. The band's live concerts have been highly sought after, with tickets selling out quickly.

In recent years, Garbage has continued to tour and perform at major music festivals around the world. They have also continued to release critically acclaimed albums, with their most recent album, No Gods No Masters, being released in 2021.

In summary, Garbage is an American alternative rock band that has been influential in the music scene since the 1990s. They have released seven studio albums and have been the recipient of many awards and nominations throughout their career. The band's unique sound and electrifying live performances have captivated audiences around the world, making them one of the most sought-after bands in the alternative rock scene. Their concerts are known for their high-energy performances and unforgettable atmosphere, with tickets selling out quickly. Garbage continues to tour and perform, with their most recent album, No Gods No Masters, receiving critical acclaim.

More About Garbage

League City residents can expect to see an increase in their monthly garbage collection fees as of May 1st. The fee will now be $20.84 per month, up from $19.66, which is an increase of $1.18. AmeriWaste, the contracted company responsible for garbage collection in League City, has stated that the increase is necessary to cover rising costs of equipment, fuel, and labor.

Residents are encouraged to visit the League City website at www.leaguecity.com/trash for more information on garbage and recycling collection. The website contains information on collection schedules, recycling guidelines, and how to dispose of hazardous materials.

In addition to the news of the fee increase, there is also a chance for residents to win tickets to see Garbage and Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds at the Greek Theatre. Fans of both bands will be excited to hear about this opportunity to see them live. To enter the contest, residents can visit the League City website and follow the instructions provided.

Overall, while the increase in garbage collection fees may be inconvenient for some, it is important to remember that proper waste disposal and recycling is crucial for the health and wellbeing of our communities. The League City website provides valuable information on how residents can dispose of their waste responsibly and reduce their impact on the environment.

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