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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 CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (327 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #7,556 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Marilyn Manson started out as a depraved, marginally talented group of freaks that played a caustic but undeveloped brand of metallic industrial noise. Then Trent Reznor stepped into the studio for seven months with the band, and Manson emerged with the most intense, visceral, mechanical metal album since The Downward Spiral. Antichrist Superstar is a horror-house of grisly atrocities that stains as indelibly as a bathful of warm blood. Brooding rhythms collide with corrosive samples and buzzsaw guitar riffs, while vocalist Marilyn croons irresistible melodies in the voice of a vagrant regurgitating broken light-bulb shards. Essential listening, regardless of how much input Reznor had. --Jon Wiederhorn

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 5 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is a genre of music I know little about and like even less. It is the first I have heard Marilyn Manson. I only purchased it because I happened across his autobiography ("The Long Hard Road Out of Hell") and found that so fascinating I was driven to try his music. I am what most Manson listeners would refer to as Establishment, a middle aged conservative housewife. In fact, I'm one of those that Manson wishes to make hate him. He has failed.
I chose this album because of the description of its creation in the autobiography, and I find it to be completely consistant in tone and message with his book. Manson is very clear and unwavering about his mission, and has woven it brilliantly into this record. It is every bit the hard, ugly, utterly desolate wasteland that is his self-described soul, and of course, such pathos is the best kind of entertainment.
To those of us who love extremes, and can appreciate plunging to the dark depths as much as soaring the pristine heights, such intense music is very therapeutic. We all have a dark side, and Manson treads into it unapologetically. One gets the sense he is holding up a mirror to the devil in all of mankind; in Christian terms, displaying the Fall magnificently.
Now, being a hearing-damaged old lady, I will say that the slower, more melodious tracks are the ones that speak to me. To the extent Manson tones down the screeching, the result is as sweet and heartfelt as any love ballad. But as always, it is the lyrics that bring the emotion into the experience, and his lyrics are astounding. "Man That You Fear" for example, is a summary in one song of all the tragedy that was his journey out of childhood and into the damnation he now feels.
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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.
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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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