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|Origin||Auckland, New Zealand|
|Genres||Indie rock, pop|
|Labels||Flying Nun Records
|Associated acts||Black Drum, The Velvet Underground|
|Members||Jeremy R. Eade
|Past members||Debbie Silvey
Garageland was an indie rock band on New Zealand's Flying Nun record label. Influenced by Pixies, Pavement, The Clean and The Velvet Underground, they were critically acclaimed in the UK and United States for their well-crafted and catchy pop songs. The band took its name from Garageland, a song by The Clash. Their non-album single "Feel Alright" from 1998 included former The Velvet Underground member John Cale on piano.
They re-formed for a one-off gig in Auckland in November 2007.
- Jeremy Eade - vocal, guitar
- Dave Goodison - guitar
- Mark Silvey - bass guitar
- Andrew Gladstone - backing vocalist, drums
- Debbie Silvey - guitar, on early recordings including "Last Exit to Garageland"
- Andrew Claridge - guitar
|1997||Last Exit to Garageland||
|1999||Do What You Want||
The group have appeared on several compilations over the years in New Zealand and overseas. The following is a list of these albums that have featured tracks by Garageland.
|2001||100% Kiwi Rock||
|2001||Live At Helen's||
|2002||Under the Influence|
|2003||The Strip Soundtrack||
|2006||Flying Nun 25th Anniversary Box Set||
|Year||Title||Peak chart positions||Album|
|1995||"Come Back"||21||Come Back Special|
|1996||"Beelines To Heaven"||27|
|"I'm Looking For What I Can't Get"||37||Last Exit To Garageland|
|1998||"Feel Alright"||—||'Non-album single'|
|1999||"Not Empty"||14||The Not Empty EP|
|"What You Gonna Do?"||—||Do What You Want|
|"Kiss It All Goodbye"||—|
|2001||"Who The Hell Do You Think You Are?"||—|
|"Life Is So Sweet"||—|