|New Timo Maas remix of the new Garbage single Breaking Up The Girl|
German dance guru Timo Maas has remixed the next Garbage single 'Breaking Up The Girl'. The remix will appear on the CD2 format of the single but is available now, exclusively on the net, to host in full. Garbage release their new single 'Breaking Up The Girl' on the 8th April 2002. Breaking Up The Girl is the stunning third single from the bands highly acclaimed new album, beautifulgarbage. The new single will appear in 3 formats and also features a remix by Brothers In Rhythm.
To support its release in April, Garbage commence their first UK tour in 3 years. The group, who have received great acclaim for their recent headline appearances at Australias Big Day Out festival, will also appear as part of the MTV Five Night Stand on 8th April.
Breaking Up The Girl is taken from Garbages third album and sees the band in the most vibrant form of their career. The arrangements are looser, Shirley Mansons vocals are more assured and the songs themselves demonstrate a considerable broadening of the groups musical palette. Recorded at the bands Smart Studios in Madison Wisconsin, the ironically titled beautifulgarbage is their third self penned and self produced album. The album has already sold nearly two million copies and has received some of the best reviews of their career.
Garbages touring line up is Shirley Manson (vocals & guitar), Duke Erikson (guitar & keyboards), Steve Marker, (guitar & keyboards), Butch Vig (drums) and Daniel Schulman (bass).
Garbage tour dates are as follows:
April 1st Portsmouth Guildhall
CD Formats as follows:
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