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  • If you haven't checked this one out you should, it's a classic in my collection and I have enjoyed listening to it hours on end

    • by Jefffelker40

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      This is Marilyn Manson’s 5th full length album, released in 2003 on Interscope Records. Tt isn’t really a concept album, but it does have a theme, this being the swing era of the 30’s, the golden age, the lyrics are based around this theme as well.

      This is the first album not to feature long time bassist

      Twiggy Ramirez (or Jeordie White) and the last album to feature John 5 on guitar.

      The album has a more industrial feel to it then any of the other albums.

      A limited edition of the album included a DVD with a short film entitled Doppelherz.

      Singles include This is the new s***, Mobscene, and (S)aint.

      Some of ...

      • my favorites are Doll-dagga buzz buzz ziggety zag, use your fist not your mouth, the Golden Age Of Grotesque, and spade.

        While this is not my favorite Marilyn Manson album it is a really good album, non of the bands albums are alike, and this one is really out there, they did a good job creating a

        cold and energetic feel for the album.

        This was going to be the band’s last album, but then again a bands say that a lot before the release of a big album.

        If you haven’t checked this one out you should, it’s a classic in my collection and I have enjoyed listening to it hours on end.

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