LISTEN: Garbage drops bonus track for 20th anniversary reissue of ‘Version 2.0’
United States rock band Garbage has announced the release of a 20th-anniversary reissue of the phenomenal LP “Version 2.0” and shared a bonus track called “Lick the Pavement”.
Founded in 1993 and fronted by Scottish singer Shirley Manson, Garbage released a debut, self-titled LP in 1995. The band has steadily released studio albums since then, most recently 2016’s “Strange Little Birds”, and performs live regularly, having most recently toured in support of the latest LP and co-headlined a 2017 concert tour with another rock icon, Blondie.
The re-issue of “Version 2.0” has been slated for release on June 22 and includes a remastered album, available in several formats: LP, 3LP with bonus materials, single-CD, or double-CD with a B-sides compilation.
“Version 2.0” is not the band’s first 20th-anniversary release: in 2015, they released a special version of the debut LP “Garbage” and supported it with a tour titled 20 Years Queer. Now, the band is following a similar plan, with a tour dubbed “20 Years Paranoid” and including a string of United Kingdom and European shows in August and September. JB
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