Garbage on fire has never smelled so sweet – HOB Boston
Photos by: Jen Vesp Photography
Garbage recently released the 20th Anniversary edition of Garbage, their 1995 debut album, and it’s a perfect reminder that Garbage, while not as popular on radio as they once were, are still a very tight and talented group of musicians who continue to make interesting and relevant music as evidenced by their recent work.,, – Andy Frisk
Notable mention of the night – the incomparable Kristin Kontrol.
The other night in Charlotte, Garbage performed a barrage of their hits and, with punch-after-punch, gave the fans a concert to remember.
Tonight in Boston, as we stood in front of the stage that felt nearly ablaze with heat and sex, we were ready. We were all ready. The vixen songstress Shirley Manson and crew brought the crowd back to life, with super hits like “Stupid Girl” and “Paranoid.” House of Blues Boston was a dancing mess for a good few hours: raging, flailing, screaming, and singing.
Garbage have proved, with their last two releases, that they are a band with plenty left to say and plenty of groundbreaking music yet to make. Seeing them live is a must.Hopefully, another album (and tour) won’t be far behind Strange Little Birds.- Andy Frisk
Catch them on tour.
See full gallery here.
I Think I’m Paranoid
Automatic Systematic Habit
Blood For Poppies
The Trick is to Keep Breathing
My Lovers Box
Sex Is Not the Enemy
Even Though Our Love Is Doomed
Why Do You Love Me (Ext. Intro)
Shut Your Mouth
Bleed Like Me
Only Happy When It Rains
Cherry Lips (Go Baby Go!)