"Supervixen" is the opening track to Garbage's debut album.
"Supervixen" was released as an airplay-only single to Modern Rock radio in North America in October, 1996.
"Supervixen" was titled after Russ Meyer's 1975 violent love-triangle movie Supervixens.
"Supervixen" was written by Garbage in 1994 during sessions between band members Butch Vig, Duke Erikson, Shirley Manson and Steve Marker at Smart Studios in…
Come down to my house
Stick a stone in your mouth
You can always pull out
If you like it too much