Bleed Like Me (Remastered) Garbage

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Album-Release:
2005

HRA-Release:
08.01.2021

Label: Infectious Music

Genre: Rock

Subgenre: Modern Rock

Artist: Garbage

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  • 1Bad Boyfriend03:46
  • 2Run Baby Run03:58
  • 3Right Between the Eyes03:56
  • 4Why Do You Love Me03:54
  • 5Bleed Like Me04:01
  • 6Metal Heart03:59
  • 7Sex Is Not the Enemy03:06
  • 8It's All Over but the Crying04:39
  • 9Boys Wanna Fight04:16
  • 10Why Don't You Come Over03:25
  • 11Happy Home06:00
  • Total Runtime45:00

Info for Bleed Like Me (Remastered)



Bleed Like Me is the fourth studio album by American rock band Garbage. It was released worldwide on April 11, 2005, through Warner Music imprint A&E Records, with a North American release on Geffen Records the following day. For this album, the band chose a straight rock sound reminiscent of their live performances instead of the electronica that permeated their previous album Beautiful Garbage (2001). The first recording sessions took place in March 2003, but were mostly unproductive due to passive aggression between band members and a general lack of direction. As they struggled to record the album, Garbage quietly split for four months starting in October 2003. They reunited under producer John King in Los Angeles and, following a guest appearance by Dave Grohl on "Bad Boyfriend", they found a renewed focus on production. Garbage recruited drummer Matt Walker and bassist Justin Meldal-Johnsen for new recording sessions and completed the album by late 2004.

Following critical praise and high chart positions for its lead single "Why Do You Love Me", Bleed Like Me had a strong opening week globally, debuting in the top five in eight countries including the United Kingdom, Australia, and the United States.

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