Garbage have announced a new ‘best-of’ compilation album called ‘Anthology’ – find all the details below.
“This anthology is testimony to almost three decades of creative work together, our collective tenacity and our terrifying ability as a group to withstand ritual humiliation on a regular basis,” said Manson in a statement.
“Regardless of the inevitable shifts and tides within the music industry, we are surprised to find ourselves still here, making records and touring the globe. It is in no small part as a result of the astounding fan support we receive.”
She concluded: “Our love and gratitude to all, for everything.”
‘Anthology’ will be available on double transparent yellow vinyl and 2CD editions, as well as through major online streaming platforms. It’ll contain the hits ‘Stupid Girl’, ‘I Think I’m Paranoid’, ‘Why Do You Love Me’, ‘Only Happy When It Rains’ and more.
Additionally, the upcoming album will boast the rare track ‘Witness To Your Love’, B-sides, and feature original artwork from Chilean artist Javi Mi Amor. Check out the announcement tweet here:
This Anthology is testimony to our almost 3 decades of creative work together, our terrifying tenacity and the astounding fan support we are so lucky to receive.
‘Anthology’ – available 28th October
Pre-order at: https://t.co/grpVVn4Dtu pic.twitter.com/BiB4dewqpq
— Garbage (@garbage) September 21, 2022
The full tracklist for ‘Anthology’ is as follows:
3. Only Happy When It Rains
5. Stupid Girl
7. #1 Crush
8. Push It
9. I Think I’m Paranoid
11. When I Grow Up
12. The Trick Is To Keep Breathing
13. You Look So Fine
14. The World Is Not Enough
16. Cherry Lips (Go Baby Go!)
17. Breaking Up the Girl
18. Shut Your Mouth
1. Why Do You Love Me
2. Bleed Like Me
3. Sex Is Not the Enemy
4. Run Baby Run
5. Tell Me Where It Hurts
6. Witness To Your Love
7. Blood For Poppies
8. Battle In Me
9. Automatic Systematic Habit
10. Big Bright World
14. Even Though Our Love Is Doomed
15. No Horses
16. The Men Who Rule The World
17. No Gods No Masters
Garbage’s seventh and most recent studio album, ‘No Gods No Masters’, came out in June 2021. In a four-star review, NME praised the project as being “not only Garbage’s best album in 20 years – at least – but one that could only have been made now”.