- : 208 pages
- Published: 6/19/17
- IBSN: AKB440X
- Genre: Art/Music/Pop Culture
International best-selling rock band Garbage’s gorgeous new coffee-table book chronicling the span of their twenty-two-year career, This Is the Noise That Keeps Me Awake, is available here as part of a limited edition preorder package, featuring an EXCLUSIVE 12" record and a copy of the book. Please make sure you select the appropriate domestic or international shipping option to prevent delays processing your order. Your order may be cancelled and your money refunded if you do not select the correct destination.
Note that as of 18:30 ET on 1/18/17, we have sold out of the 1,000 signed copies of the limited edition, but don’t despair, the collectible book and record bundle remains available while supplies last by clicking the ADD TO CART button below.
THIS PAGE IS FOR THE LIMITED EDITION PACKAGE OF THIS IS THE NOISE THAT KEEPS ME AWAKE BY GARBAGE, WITH EXCLUSIVE 12″ VINYL; CLICK [HERE] FOR DETAILS ON THE REGULAR EDITION OF THE BOOK.
(Note that as of 6:30 p.m. ET on 1/18/17, we have sold out of the 1,000 signed copies of the limited edition, but don’t despair, the collectible book and record bundle remains available while supplies last!)
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Limited Edition Contents: The beautifully designed, 9.25″ x 11.5″, 208-page coffee-table book contains a selection of photographs from the band’s personal collection with original text, bound with an embossed, textured hardcover and finished with a dust jacket. The edges of the text pages, printed on luxurious matte art paper in six colors, are finished with a stunning pink spot color. The exclusive record is available as part of this limited edition package ONLY, and is comprised of never-before-released live tracks—”Milk,” “You Look So Fine,” “Cup of Coffee,” “Bleed Like Me,” “Beloved Freak,” and “Even Though Our Love Is Doomed”—one from each of the Garbage’s six studio albums. It is pressed on transparent vinyl and inserted in a five-color record sleeve. The book and record are packaged together in a custom-made, collectible Kraft display box, imprinted with the book jacket imagery, perfect for displaying alongside your finest possessions.
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Described by Pitchfork as “the alternative to everything,” GARBAGE pioneered their wildly inventive fusion of pop, heavy guitars, and hip-hop and industrial textures more than two decades ago. Their 1994 debut album—recorded in Madison, Wisconsin, by Shirley Manson, Duke Erikson, Steve Marker, and Butch Vig—made them one of the most acclaimed, adventurous, and best-selling bands of the nineties, and an international phenomenon: double platinum in the UK, US, and Australia, headlining festivals around the globe. Their six studio albums have collectively sold over fifteen million copies worldwide. In 2012, Garbage declared their independence by founding their own label, STUNVOLUME, allowing the band to chart their own course on their own terms. After a new album, Strange Little Birds, and an extensive tour in 2016, the band continues to define a future celebrating differences. This Is the Noise That Keeps Me Awake is their first book.
JASON COHEN first wrote about Garbage for Rolling Stone in 1995, and subsequently for the now-defunct magazines Unlimited and Request. His other books include Generation Ecch!, Zamboni Rodeo and SXSW Scrapbook. He is a writer-at-large for Texas Monthly and a regular contributor to Portland Monthly, Cincinnati Magazine, Eater, and Street Roots.