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Rejoice! Garbage's second album is getting the re-issue treatment. This classic album that contains hits like.....um.... I don't recognise any, is now available in a £64.99 box set which includes a poster, sticker inserts and a condom. So if you are too nervy buying a sheath from your local chemist then this is the place to get one.  


  • LP box set £64.99
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  • Shipping cost: £6.30 ?
  • NormanPoints: 650 ?
  • STNVOL030VX / Limited edition, deluxe, remastered 180g black vinyl 3LP housed inside a rigid box with magnet closure. Contains a movie-style poster, 4 x sticker inserts and a condom in a matchbook style card cover
  • Includes download code

Pre-order. Due in on 22nd June 2018 but delays are possible.

  • Double LP £23.99
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  • Shipping cost: £4.25 ?
  • NormanPoints: 240 ?
  • STNVOL030V / Orange coloured vinyl, remastered 2LP on Stun Volume, housed in a gatefold sleeve
  • Includes download code

Pre-order. Due in on 22nd June 2018 but delays are possible.

  • CD £11.99
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  • Shipping cost: £1.00 ?
  • NormanPoints: 120 ?
  • STNVOL030CD / Remastered 2CD reissue on Stun Volume. Includes a 12-page booklet. Second disc contains B-side compilation

Pre-order. Due in on 22nd June 2018 but delays are possible.

  • CD £9.99
  • Pre-order: ships when released ?
  • Shipping cost: £1.00 ?
  • NormanPoints: 100 ?
  • STNVOL030CDS / Remastered CD on Stun Volume. Includes 8-page booklet

Pre-order. Due in on 22nd June 2018 but delays are possible.

  • CD £3.99
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  • / UK CD on Mushroom

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Version 2.0 by Garbage
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8/10 Jack Customer review, 2nd April 2018

When it came time for Garbage to make their second album, the grunge scene had all but died off, leaving the future of popular rock in question. Appropriately, "Version 2.0" sets it sights on new horizons. Much of the album leans heavily on the band's pop tendencies and Garbage crafts an album that, while perhaps sounding a little dated, still holds up based on performance and song-writing alone. With this album, Garbage proved they were anything but disposable. I'd slightly suggest the first album over this one, but this one's no slouch.


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