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Steve Marker

Steve Marker performing live in 2005
Background information
Born March 16, 1959 (1959-03-16) (age 50)
Origin Mamaroneck, New York, U.S.
Genres Rock
Occupations Musician, songwriter, record producer, remixer
Instruments Bass guitar, guitar
Years active 1978–present
Labels Geffen Records,
A&E Records
Associated acts Garbage
Steve Marker performing "Sex Is Not the Enemy" in 2005.

Steve Marker (b. March 16, 1959) is an American musician and record producer, best known internationally as the guitarist of the Madison, Wisconsin-based alternative rock band Garbage.[1]

Marker co-founded Madison's Smart Studios with Butch Vig in the 1984, and maintained a production career engineering and mixing records until he formed Garbage with Vig and Duke Erikson in 1994. He famously spotted Angelfish singer Shirley Manson's music video on MTV, which led to her joining the group. Since Garbage took hiatus in 2005, Marker has relocated to Carbondale, Colorado.[2]

He is from Mamaroneck, New York, is married, and has a daughter named Ruby (born March 2000).

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Discography

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Studio albums

Garbage

Compilation albums and E.P.s

Garbage

Production career

Steve Marker served as the record producer, or co-producer on the following records:

  • 1984: Killdozer - Intellectuals Are the Shoeshine Boys of the Ruling Elite
  • 1985: Killdozer - Snakeboy
  • 1992: Gumball - Wisconsin Hayride
  • 1993: The Heart Throbs - Vertical Smile
  • 1995: Garbage - Garbage
  • 1998: Garbage - Version 2.0
  • 2001: Garbage - Beautiful Garbage
  • 2005: Garbage - Bleed Like Me

He also engineered the following records:

  • 1987: Tar Babies - Fried Milk
  • 1989: Killdozer - Twelve Point Buck
  • 1990: Poopshovel - I Came, I Saw, I Had A Hotdog
  • 1992: L7 - Bricks Are Heavy

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