Garbage (song)

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"Garbage"
Single by TISM
Released January 8, 1996
Format CD single
Recorded September 1994
Genre Alternative rock
Length 17:15
Label Shock/genre b.goode
Producer(s) TISM and Lawrence Maddy
TISM singles chronology
Greg! The Stop Sign!!
(1995)
Garbage
(1996)
All Homeboys Are Dickheads
(1996)

Garbage is the name of a radio-only single released in 1996 by Australian alternative rock band TISM. It is off their album Machiavelli and the Four Seasons (1995).

Song[edit]

The song, which superficially deals with garbage, enforced by the line "I know that we should separate our garbage / The environment will give us thanks" is, as a closer look reveals, about music, and especially the trend of "copying" older musical styles in an attempt to seem original. This is spelled out in the verse "What's so good about the sixties, that we gotta keep rewindin' the clock? / You know the best thing about the sixties? They never heard of classic rock."

Track list[edit]

Tracks 1, 2 and 4 are remixes of Garbage, the original version is on the album Machiavelli and the Four Seasons (1995). Track 3 is remix of Strictly Loungeroom, which is found on the Greg! The Stop Sign!! single.

  1. "Garbage"
  2. "Junk"
  3. "Strictly Refuse"
  4. "Rubbish"

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