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  • LP Record (July 10 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Music Canada
  • ASIN: B007KL8WAM
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #32,216 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Vinyl LP pressing. 2012 album from the Gothic Shock Rock icon. Marilyn Manson has had astounding success across the globe including three albums being certified platinum and three more certified gold in the USA, in addition to three Top Ten albums and two #1 albums (Mechanical Animals and The Golden Age of Grotesque).


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Format: Audio CD
Here it is the new Marilyn Manson album, Born Villain. His past three albums received mixed reviews (The Golden Age of Grotesque, Eat Me Drink Me and more recently, The High End of Low. Especially the last two) but I find that even if they're not Manson's best work there was some good tracks on each (I was one of those who enjoyed 2009's THEOL). So what does the god of f*** have in store for us now? The first exposure I had to Born Villain was the self-titled track clip I watched online but even if that was entertaining it puzzled me more than anything because it stopped at times and MM started to talk in an interview-style sense. The first single "No Reflection" grabbed me and it definitely had an industrial sound which made it interesting I thought things can only get better from here and I knew I had to check out Born Villain for myself.

"Hey, Cruel World..." is a heavy balls out opener, it kicks off the album very well and it's unmistakably Manson at his best. Here it's Manson against/taking on the world which is the way it should always be. I already talked about "No Reflection", it's the single and I think it's a fantastic song and a good choice of first single for the album. "Pistol Whipped" has a cool but odd beginning I thought, almost modern Techno/Electro that is misleading but sure enough it turns out to be a killer, heavy track with a definite Industrial feel. "Overneath the Path of Misery" sounds like something that could have been on Holywood and I think it will surprise a few fans, haven't heard those soaring screams in years. "Slo-Mo-Tion" is one of the songs I really liked but as I listened more and more the album it grew on me. "The Gardener" is one of the most interesting songs here for me. I quite like the lyrics and.
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Format: Audio CD
Solid Marilyn Manson album. Enjoyable all the day through. Very well done, great lyrics as always, well structured as always, the true rock feel is back full force and this is defiantly an album of the year and a true comeback for Manson. Great job. This is another example of true, pure music. Well done. \m/\m/
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Favorite songs:

Overneath The Path Of Misery (second best song)
Slo-Mo-Tion
The Gardener
Children Of Cain
Born Villain (best song)
Breaking The Same Old Ground

I love this album and the best album I have heard from Marilyn since Holy Wood.
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Format: Audio CD
Born Villain was an album i was looking forward to for awhile until it came out, and i was not disappointed by the end result. I definitely feel that this album is WAY better than the last two albums (Eat Me, Drink Me/High End Of Low). The tracks that stand out the most to me are No Reflection, Overneath The Path Of Misery and Murders Are Getting Prettier Everyday. There are other great songs on the album as well, but those are the 3 that i feel really shine the most. I personally like The Golden Age Of Grotesque a bit more than Born Villain, but i still believe that this album is worth a pick up.
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By BC on Aug. 21 2014
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This album has its ups and downs. This record really isn't an angry one; it's a more fun, light kind of thing to listen to in the Rock Genre, when compared to the other works of Marilyn Manson. I still loved this album, and I look forward to seeing what Manson does in the future with his music.
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