Genre: Alternative
Size: 12"
Format: 33RPM,


Garbage No Gods No Masters LP (Neon Green Vinyl)


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7th Studio Album On Neon Green Vinyl LP!

TAS Rated 4.5/5 Music, 4.5/5 Sonics in the September 2021 Issue of The Absolute Sound!

Garbage return with their seventh studio album on June 11th 2021, No Gods No Masters. The album is pressed on green vinyl.

"This is our seventh record, the significant numerology of which affected the DNA of its content.

The seven virtues
The seven sorrows
and the seven deadly sins.

It was our way of trying to make sense of the craziness of the world and the astounding chaos we found ourselves in."

- Shirley Manson

No Gods No Masters is a highlight in their discography and one of their best works to date, a potent and outspoken dose of genre-blending artistry that confidently returns Garbage to their position as a band perpetually ahead of the curve.
-Neil Z. Yeung,, 4.5/5 stars (The AllMusic 2021 Year In Review - Favorite Alternative Albums)
Shirley Manson is a bloody force of nature. The fiery Scottish vocalist/chief lyricist pulls no punches on Garbage's seventh album, No Gods No Monsters, and her American bandmates take no prisoners either. Steve Marker, Duke Erikson, and Butch Vig are all masters of the art of mix layering, furnishing all 11 songs here with a basketful of sonic Easter eggs that reveal themselves further upon each successive listen. In effect, they've laid down the ideal multitrack audio thread-count bed for Manson to spin her raw yarns across. In addition to the expert enmeshing of sounds both sampled and performed, Garbage manipulate volume swells and minimalist-to-maximal track-layering seemingly at will. Sometimes Manson's chilling voice owns the entire soundfield, sometimes Vig's pummeling drums march to the forefront, and other times a veritable Marker/Erikson guitar army stomps all other instrumentation comers into powder. The title track unfurls with an electro tsunami all-aswirl across the channels, while the gender-role bending treatise of 'Godhead' counters the cinematic doomed-romance evisceration of 'A Woman Destroyed.' The moral of this story: Don't mess with Manson and her mates, for No Gods unequivocally asks no quarter.
-Mike Mettler, The Absolute Sound, September 2021, Music 4.5/5, Sonics 4.5/5


  • Neon Green Vinyl
  • Gatefold jacket
  • Explicit Content


Side A:

  1. The Men Who Rule The World
  2. The Creeps
  3. Uncomfortably Me
  4. Wolves
  5. Anonymous XXX
  6. Waiting For God

Side B:

  1. Godhead
  2. A Woman Destroyed
  3. Flipping The Bird
  4. No Gods No Masters
  5. This City Will Kill You

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