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No Gods No Masters

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The band’s seventh full-length to date, and first in five years, was produced by longtime collaborator Billy Bush. Shirley Manson and co. initially sketched out the skeleton of the album during a two-week session in Palm Springs, CA, in Summer 2018. They later reconvened in Los Angeles to record the 11 songs that make up the album’s tracklist.

No Gods No Masters finds the band addressing everything from Capitalism and lust to loss and grief. In particular, the lead single, “The Men Who Rule the World”, is a critique of “the rise of capitalist short-sightedness, racism, sexism and misogyny across the world.” 

“This is our seventh record, the significant numerology of which affected the DNA of its content: the seven virtues, the seven sorrows, and the seven deadly sins,” says Manson in a statement. “It was our way of trying to make sense of how fucking nuts the world is and the astounding chaos we find ourselves in. It’s the record we felt that we had to make at this time.”

The deluxe version of No Gods No Masters also includes covers of David Bowie’sStarman” and Bruce Springsteen’sBecause the Night” featuring Screaming Females, as well as several rare Garbage tracks. See the album’s full tracklist down below.

Vinyl & CD Tracklisting

  1. The Men Who Rule The World
  2. The Creeps
  3. Uncomfortably Me
  4. Wolves
  5. Waiting For God
  6. Godhead
  7. Anonymous XXX
  8. A Woman Destroyed
  9. Flipping The Bird
  10. No Gods No Masters
  11. This City Will Kill You

CD (Deluxe) Tracklisting

  1. The Men Who Rule The World
  2. The Creeps
  3. Uncomfortably Me
  4. Wolves
  5. Waiting For God
  6. Godhead
  7. Anonymous XXX
  8. A Woman Destroyed
  9. Flipping The Bird
  10. No Gods No Masters
  11. This City Will Kill You
  12. No Horses
  13. Starman
  14. Girls Talk (with Brody Dalle)
  15. Because The Night
  16. On Fire
  17. The Chemicals (with Brian Aubert)
  18. Destroying Angels (feat. John Doe & Exene Cervenka)
  19. Time Will Destroy Everything