What are your thoughts?
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IMAGINE IF THERE WAS A REUNION TOUR OF MARILYN MANSON WITH LIKE, THE MEMBERS WE LOVE THEMOST
AND GINGER FISH
AND TIM SKOLD
AND ZIM ZUM
LIKE HOW COOL WOULD THAT BE
October 8, 1996 is a day ought to forever be remembered.
Maybe a day late, but not a dollar short. With the anniversary once again passed of an album that shook pop culture and really cemented Marilyn Manson’s place in music history.
Packed with addicting riffs and a harsh industrial feel that really captivated Marilyn Manson’s already large fanbase. The controversial album title caught attention everywhere, racketing up the amount of protests that would occur at concerts all over the world.
This album holds a very special place in my heart. It’s a record I put on during a long drive and every feeling of frustration I’ve ever felt feels like it’s finally being released; like a cleansing.
All Manson fans can come to love and appreciate this album, I believe. It’s such an easy album to connect with on so many different levels. The epitome of what Marilyn Manson represents lies in this album.
So it comes as no surprise as even now, many years later, that people all around the world still feel the magic possessed in this album.
I salute you, Mr.Manson, and all of the individuals who helped create such a beautiful album. Pogo,Twiggy, everyone. Thank you.
Anonymous asked: What direction do you want to take this blog in?
Hmm, that’s an interesting question!
For the past few months I’ve been dealing with a lot of personal issues, mainly trying to get some form of mental stability, and stability in general. Plus moving 700 miles takes a lot, and at my former residence I didn’t have reliable internet, making running this blog rather difficult.
Then I kind of blanked at what to write, what I haven’t seen written already. You know,things that you can’t really find so far. Kinda lost some passion, but it’s slowly building back up now that my life is finally coming together. :)
I’d like this blog to become more, I suppose. I’d love to one day hav a website with all of this information, you know, take it far. Marilyn Manson is such a huge part of my life and taking the time to listen and find out what his work means is an enjoyable hobby for me.
I don’t know, I guess I just want to keep it going, see where it goes. One little wish of mine is for it to somehow reach Manson and maybe open up the dream opportunity of meeting him and interviewing him. *crosses fingers*
Marilyn Manson performing at the Mayhem Festival in San Francisco, California on July 11th, 2009.
Currently working on a post, going further into Manson’s popular Born Villain song, “The Flowers of Evil”.
I’ve made an original post, which can be found under the BV Era tag on the front page! Take a look, brush up on it! :)
abrightyoungthing asked: I don't think there's anything wrong with his new music. He's changed over the years and experienced things that has changed him. Art is a reflection of whatever the artist wants to show of themselves. It's expression. There's nothing wrong with it changing over time. I think he's still doing great, as an artist, but in different ways than let's say antichrist superstar. people grow up, and some of us mansonites seem to forget that. our taste in music may not change, but who we are, that does.
Thanks for your input! :)
A young Pogo, Manson, and friends chilling out in the early 90’s.