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Supervixen (3:56)

"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…

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