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Ariana Bacle
September 02, 2015 AT 06:26 PM EDT

Garbage will celebrate the 20th anniversary of their debut album, Garbage, by reissuing it, the band announced Wednesday.

Garbage, which included singles like “Vow” and “Queer,” was first released in August 1995. The Shirley Manson-led outfit went on to release four more albums, the most recent being 2012’s Not Your Kind of People.

The remastered reissue will be available digitally and physically in the form of CDs and LPs. Deluxe versions including B-sides and unreleased remixes will also be available when the reissue officially comes out Oct. 2. See the full list of what’s available for purchase over at Garbage’s official Tumblr.

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