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Antichrist Superstar Explicit Lyrics


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  • Audio CD (Oct. 9 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B000001Y2U
  • Other Editions: Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (326 customer reviews)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "dantex88" on May 4 2004
Format: Audio CD
Marilyn Manson, the supposed antichrist (he really isn't) is one of the greatest industrial artists of the modern era. What is it that makes his music so great, you may ask? Is it the voice that hits you like any drug in the world? Is it the simplistic, yet addictive, bass and guitar riffing, wrapped in an almost beautiful coat of drums and electronic effects?
No... that's just the icing on the cake.
What is it really that makes Marilyn Manson, one of the creepiest guys (to many, anyway) in thw world, so amazing?
It's just Marilyn Manson. That's the only thing that can be said.
Well, now that I have finished my probably over-the-top intro, let me do what I am here to do... review Antichrist Superstar.
Despite its suggestive name, if you have any sort of self-control, Antichrist Superstar going to turn the children of the world into Satan-worshipping maniacs that want nothing more than to destroy the universe. With that said, I will review.
The strong songs on the album are as follows:
1. The Beautiful People - The addictive drum beat and the strong lyrics make this song powerful. Manson's voice takes control in the song, especially during the chorus.
2. Tourniquet - While the demonic whispering in the first two or so seconds of the song are a little creepy, the wailing guitar comes off strong, while Marilyn's voice grabs you when he yells the line "Take your hatred out on me..."
3. Little Horn - The guitar riff of this song is really cool. The lyrics, all screamed, pound into your head.
4. Mr. Superstar - A fun little song about obsession. The guitar starts off as commanding, but later the vocals take over, like usual.
5. 1996 - The lyrics sound like Manson is protesting protesters, but the song straight-up kicks.
6.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "dantex88" on May 4 2004
Format: Audio CD
Marilyn Manson, the supposed antichrist (he really isn't) is one of the greatest industrial artists of the modern era. What is it that makes his music so great, you may ask? Is it the voice that hits you like any drug in the world? Is it the simplistic, yet addictive, bass and guitar riffing, wrapped in an almost beautiful coat of drums and electronic effects?
No... that's just the icing on the cake.
What is it really that makes Marilyn Manson, one of the creepiest guys (to many, anyway) in thw world, so amazing?
It's just Marilyn Manson. That's the only thing that can be said.
Well, now that I have finished my probably over-the-top intro, let me do what I am here to do... review Antichrist Superstar.
Despite its suggestive name, if you have any sort of self-control, Antichrist Superstar going to turn the children of the world into Satan-worshipping maniacs that want nothing more than to destroy the universe. With that said, I will review.
The strong songs on the album are as follows:
1. The Beautiful People - The addictive drum beat and the strong lyrics make this song powerful. Manson's voice takes control in the song, especially during the chorus.
2. Tourniquet - While the demonic whispering in the first two or so seconds of the song are a little creepy, the wailing guitar comes off strong, while Marilyn's voice grabs you when he yells the line "Take your hatred out on me..."
3. Little Horn - The guitar riff of this song is really cool. The lyrics, all screamed, pound into your head.
4. Mr. Superstar - A fun little song about obsession. The guitar starts off as commanding, but later the vocals take over, like usual.
5. 1996 - The lyrics sound like Manson is protesting protesters, but the song straight-up kicks.
6.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By ... on May 1 2004
Format: Audio CD
..but isn't his best. I think that people who say that this is his best are just poser goth kids who just enjoyed his controversial run in the late 90s and have not explored the rest of his catalogue, because this simply is not all that Mr. Manson has to offer. I'm just sick of people going around saying that this is the best. If you want to hear good manson buy this along with mechanical animals and holywood, but buy them in this order: Mechanical animals, holy wood, and then antichrist superstar. then you can branch out to his other 2, inferior albums if you have the interest.
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Format: Audio CD
Marilyn Mansons greatest album and sadly last great album, before he went quite franly totally bollocks writing poor songs and got lost in his own grandiosity, consentrating more on posing and selfcentered stupidity. To my knowledge this is the last MM album produced by industrial geniuses Trent Reznor and Dave "Rave" Ogilvie. This album is brilliantly constructed to three parts and has no weak songs. Mansons violently hateful Goth/Glam/Industrial - rock rage is at best here. If you want to get into Manson get this album first, it's his most accomplished work. In this album the music, the art is in the main role. Also the decadent artwork is brilliant. If your into NIN and stuff like that you should get this album.
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By SofaKingKewl on July 31 2003
Format: Audio CD
This has go to be the best CD I bought in a very long, time. I just got into Manson no more than two weeks ago and own four of his cd's and this is by far THE BEST. Reason I like this Album so much more than his others is that it sounds so different and unique. Only thing I don't recommend is listening to this after you spit up with a girlfriend, tends to be very depressing, such as the song Tourniquet, can really do ya in. But o well I still recommend this album to anybody that likes something a lil' different and excellent.
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