Trash (Roxy Music song)

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"Trash"
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Single by Roxy Music
from the album Manifesto
B-side "Trash 2"
ReleasedFebruary 1979
Recorded1978 (1978)–1979 (1979), Ridge Farm Studio, Rusper, England; Basing Street Studios, London
Genre Art rock, punk rock, new wave
Length2:13
Label Island, Polydor
Songwriter(s) Bryan Ferry, Phil Manzanera
Producer(s) Roxy Music
Roxy Music singles chronology
"Both Ends Burning"
(1975)
"Trash"
(1979)
"Dance Away"
(1979)

"Trash" is a single by English rock band Roxy Music taken from their 1979 album Manifesto , their first after the comeback that followed the three years hiatus. It peaked at number 40 in the UK charts. [1] "Trash" was backed by a softened arrangement of the same song, called "Trash 2", which was made available on the box set of The Thrill of It All.

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