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Push It Pt 1 / Lick the Pavement Maxi, Import

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Brand New Single from Forthcoming CD.

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
garbage kick it hard with "Lick The Pavement" Feb. 15 1999
By brandon leu - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Shirley Manson is in full-on dominatrix mode as she and the boys spank out this bonus track, which is as short and nasty as a lash from Mistress Manson's whip. Similar in theme to such previous tunes as "Supervixen" and "Trip My Wire," the song chugs along in an irresistibly danceable groove as Shirley barks and sneers. "Won't you lick the pavement for me?" she asks with a wicked grin, adding, "I like you best when you're on your knees." Consensual humiliation never sounded so good.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Garbage turn in another excellent b-side with "Thirteen" Feb. 15 1999
By brandon leu - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Garbage take another trip to the Land of True Love previously visited in "Milk" and "#1 Crush" with this dreamy Big Star cover. Frontwoman and sex kitten Shirley Manson doesn't so much sing as purr, moan, and sigh. "Won't you let me walk you home from school?" she coos suggestively as the music ambles along behind her at an easy pace, like young lovers taking a moonlit stroll around a lake. The song moves swiftly from starry-eyed sweetness to us-against-them intimacy to heart-stabbing doubt. "If it's so, then let me know," Manson pleads, "If it's no, well, I can go." Guaranteed to drive the teenage crowd crazy from the heat.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Good Garbage Singles ** Push It - Great Song June 14 2008
By Jenee from da Block - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I bought this cd because I love single and remixed tracks. Garbage was one of the best electronic / alternative bands of the mid 90's. I could not stop playing their cd.

This single however has three tracks. The original is good, but you could buy the full album to get that or a download even.

The Second track is Thirteen. A slow track with great vocals from Shirley Manson, but not really what I have come to expect from some of their better hits. Push It; Happy when it Rains, etc.
By A Customer - Published on
After the succes of their first album 'garbage', these days named version 1.0, garbage are finally back with a new album, version 2.0. The first single, 'push it' is exactly the type of song that you d'expect from garbage:lots of energy, powerfull and ofcourse the brilliant voice of Shirley that like some one is whispering in you're ear. The pre-chorus reminds me a bit to a David Bowie song but i guess the rest is just, like they like to call it, powerrock. Fine single and exelent B-sides
Garbage is an awesome band. June 25 2013
By J. Magallanez - Published on
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I love all of Garbage's albums. This purchase was for a cd maxi single. Two versions of Push It and one song "thirteen" that is not on any of the albums. "Thirteen" is a sweet song and I love it.