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Bleed Like Me is the fourth album by group Garbage. It was released in April 2005 worldwide, following critical appraisal and unexpectedly high chart positions for its lead-off single "Why Do You Love Me", which entered the Billboard Hot 100 and debuted in the Top 10 of the UK singles chart.

Bleed Like Me debuted on the Billboard 200 at a career-high #4 - the band's first top ten album ever in the States. Bleed Like Me… read more



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  • Avatar for nuorimaa
    I never could listen to this album. Something about how it sounds is just weird and painfully wrong. Maybe that guitar sound, maybe the producing. Dunno.
  • Avatar for crisdecoeur
    Can't believe this album is over ten years old now. I wasn't as enthralled with this one as I was with the first 3, but it still ended up among my favorite LPs of 2005. :)
  • Avatar for KamelotFan10
    I love this album. Much better than beautifulgarbage.
  • Avatar for ayeromanojoy
    What an excellent album, ♥ but it's so short to me! Needs more tracks!
  • Avatar for My_Sharona
    this album is better than Version 2.0 but not better than Beautiful gargabe [2]
  • Avatar for SimonePerrota
    I think Garbage lost their mystique with this album and stripped things down a little TOO much... If Garbage's discography were a family, Bleed Like Me would be the naïve, bratty teenage daughter. Maybe that's the point but I don't think so... You'd expect Garbage to avoid remedial songwriting and clichés (especially when it comes to dark topics) but unfortunately they don't here.
  • Avatar for heartbreakdown
    I don't get all the hate towards this album. I think it's amazing.
  • Avatar for grohl17
    My favorite Garbage album and one of my favorite albums of all time. Weird to see that many people don't like it.
  • Avatar for TomasJohn
    favorite [2]
  • Avatar for idkmon
    "this album is better than Version 2.0 but not better than Beautiful Garbage" I couldn't agree more.

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