Garbage ‎– Version 2.0

Stun Volume ‎– STNVOL030VX, Liberator Music ‎– STNVOL030VX
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, 180 Gram
Vinyl, LP, Compilation, 180 Gram
Box Set, Deluxe Edition, Limited Edition, 20th Anniversary Deluxe Edition

Companies, etc.

  • Licensed To[pias] – STNVOL030VX


Remastered 20th Anniversary
Deluxe Edition - 3 LP set
Garbage's second studio album
180 gm Vinyl - Exclusive limited "Special" poster
Plus B-Side compilation - Includes download card, stickers and a condom -all placed in a box with magnetic lock.

This release was also sold in Australia and New Zealand.

Copies sold via came with an exclusive Version 2.0 globe slip mat and blue 20th Anniversary Version 2.0 t-shirt.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5414940011845

Other Versions (5 of 110) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
AMSD-80018 Garbage Version 2.0(CD, Album) Almo Sounds AMSD-80018 US 1998 Sell This Version
STNVOL030CDS Garbage Version 2.0(CD, Album, RE, RM) Stun Volume, Liberator Music, [pias] STNVOL030CDS Europe 2018 Sell This Version
STNVOL030CDP Garbage Version 2.0 (Deluxe Edition) (20th Anniversary Edition)(2xCDr, Album, Promo) Stun Volume STNVOL030CDP UK 2018 Sell This Version
74321 55410 2 8 Garbage Version 2.0(CD, Album) Mushroom 74321 55410 2 8 Mexico 1998 Sell This Version
SVLP 140 Garbage Version 2.0 (2xLP, Album, Promo, W/Lbl) Simply Vinyl SVLP 140 UK 1999 Sell This Version



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July 19, 2018
I'm a bit worried about this pressing (purchased through Amazon). I decided to play it without washing; just a good swipe with a carbon fiber brush. I didn't have any issue with the first disc, sounds great. I brushed the second disc and gave it a good visual inspection before playing. While listening, there was a spot that was muffled for a few seconds. It kept going, then again there was a muffled part, followed by garbled audio, then a skip. For some reason I let it keep going and about a minute later it happened again. I was about halfway through side C when I stopped it. Looking at the record, there was a *lot* of black debris on the record where the stylus had been. I know there can sometimes be remnants from the factory, but I've never had this much of an issue. I'm hoping a trip through the SpinClean will take care of any residue issue, but I may end up exchanging this. It's rather disappointing, considering all the glowing reviews of the orange vinyl. I'll update (whenever I rememebr to actually do it).

Side note: While it does (potentially) sound great, I'm a bit disappointed they didn't go the 45 route like on their debut. Can't find any information about that decision anywhere. I assume it was a space issue, but it'd be nice to know for sure.