Beautiful People out of 10.
A blurry photo of Marilyn's face with his name
and album title. Not exactly memorable or exciting.
Twiggy's out of 10.
Has a variety of whacky photos of Marilyn's face,
lyrics, and shit like that. Not bad, but nothing out of the ordinary.
Shotgun Messiahs out of 10.
Fuck, this CD is a lot better than I was expecting.
I've always liked some Marilyn Manson songs but not entire CDs, but
this is the first CD I like all the way through. I can't find any faults
with this disc at all. It's got good, angry songs that are great for
fighting or running from the law. How can you not like a song called,
"Use Your Fist, Not Your Mouth"? Another favorite is "(S)aint"
which has the lyric, "I've got an F and a
C and I got a K too, And the only thing that's missing is a bitch like
you!" Perfect music to listen to when you're pissed at the
old lady. "Vodevil" says, "This
isn't music and we're not a band, we're 5 middle fingers on a motherfucking
hand." Anger and profanity generally work for me and I back
it. The single "mOBSCENE" has a chorus of young girls singing
and that always adds a nice touch to things. All in all I think it's
classic Manson even though I don't own all his CDs so I don't even know
what I'm fucking talking about.
is the first CD Marilyn has done with former Shotgun Messiah singer
Tim Skold and without Twiggy Ramirez. It also comes with a DVD that's
rather weird and fucked up and only worth watching once, but at least
it's something. Probably one of the better CD purchases I've made this