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  • Audio CD (June 5 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B000PDZJ0S
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #8,644 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. If I Was Your Vampire
2. Putting Holes In Happiness
3. The Red Carpet Grave
4. They Said That Hell's Not Hot
5. Just A Car Crash Away
6. Heart-Shaped Glasses (When The Heart Guides The Hand)
7. Evidence
8. Are You The Rabbit?
9. Mutilation Is The Sincere Form Of Flattery
10. You And Me And The Devil Makes 3
11. Eat Me, Drink Me

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Four years since his last studio album, and following up on his highest charting radio single ever ( Personal Jesus , from Lest We Forget), Marilyn Manson returns with Eat Me, Drink Me. Art openings, soundtrack appearances, and personal circumstance have grabbed headlines for Manson in recent months, setting the stage for the release of Eat Me, Drink Me, which is unquestionably the artist's most personal statement yet. Always the provocateur, in what may be the ultimate subversion of the code of aggro-rock, the songs are immediately catchy - all jagged guitar hooks, anthemic choruses, with an overlying glam-rock sheen. Lyrically Manson has never been more riveting, seemingly having enough to draw from in his own life and from society at large to present a fresh, snarling vision Eat Me, Drink Me is very earnest and uncalculated and raw, in the sense that I know i'm f***d up, and I'm not really ashamed of it. Marilyn Manson, Rolling Stone March

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By OMEGA on June 5 2007
Format: Audio CD
If you're expecting the "devil" Marilyn Manson from Eat Me, Drink Me, look somewhere else. This album is more like, "very guitar-oriented and very melodic", "takes a totally different approach musically", "various unconventional forms of percussion". This is what Marilyn Manson said about this album, and you know what, he is absolutely right. The first time I was listening to it I was exactly like: "What is this? A Marilyn Manson album with many solos in it? This doesn't sound industrial at all. Also, the guitar & drum is so present, I thought at the beginning, this album was by far his worst". You know what, I still give it a couple of try because I liked a few songs and specially his 1st single, Heart-Shaped Glasses & If I Was Your Vampire. More I was listening to it, I felt in love with this record. It doesn't beat my favorite album of all time, Mechanical Animals (1998), but this one is a strong release, and I couldn't live without it. I will call this album, the "emo side" of Marilyn Manson. He doesn't need to be provocative as before now, he's almost 40 now, so it's normal his music change, but in a good way. The thing that I don't like in this album is: One half of the album is amazing, and the second half is good but the songs are like screaming or trying to be amazing but it never happen. They almost sounds like filler songs to me. But still, I recommand this album cause there are some incredible songs in this album and the voice of Manson is at his best (the performance of "Just A Car Crash Away" just how he sings this is amazing. You feel something each time he sings the chorus). I'll recommand this record and I give it 4 stars. This is the "new" Manson and it worth a look. Just forget what he did in the past, and just pretend this album is like a solo record and less a Marilyn Manson record... and you'll love it.
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By Tommy Skylar TOP 500 REVIEWER on Sept. 14 2009
Format: Audio CD
After releasing the greatest hits ""Lest We Forget" in 2004, Marilyn Manson announced his retirement from music. Once the tour was completed he decided not to give up music and continue. Manson had started working on the album back in 2005 but then he had other projects (like his movie Phantasmagoria and visual arts) and it took more time to release the album. Manson only worked with Tim Skold for this one, the result, "Eat Me, Drink Me" is more personal and perhaps a darker album than usual. Guitarist, keyboardist and bassist Tim Skold made a huge contribution to the album by playing those instruments and he wrote the songs (well most of them from what is known), this is his last album with the band.

The opening "If I Was Your Vampire" starts out the album with a strong, dark epic song. It's something different clearly and a great song, in a way it's one of the best thing Manson did, the song is deliciously dark. "Putting Holes In Your Happiness" is much like the first song, a great very dark song, slow tempo and uplifting."The Red Carpet Grave" is another good song, not much to say I really like this one. "They Said That Hell's Not Hot" is one of my favourites on the album, great lyrics, the song just rocks."Just A Car Crash Away" is depressing, has no point and ends up being one of the worst song here."You And Devil Makes 3" is the song I liked less on the album, it's so boring that it's pathetic, and it doesn't go anywhere unfortunately.

Heart Shaped Glasses (When The Heart Guides The Hand) is interesting, it has great guitar work and the song is catchy, the lyrics are excellent, it's one of the better songs on MDM . "Evidence" is one of the most interesting songs on the album, haunting guitar and lyrics, underrated song. "Are You The Rabbit?
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Format: Audio CD
The first time I heard this record I was very disappointed, because firstly, after 4 years of waiting, I expected something along the lines of Antichrist Superstar and Mechanical Animals, and secondly, I thought it completely lacked the creativity and originality that can be seen in any of his previous works. However as time passed by the album grew on me, and now I can listen to it like any of his previous works, and thoroughly enjoy it.
One of the biggest mistakes I made in judging this album the first time around, was thinking that there was no creativity and originality put into it...because there is a GREAT amount. Most people think the album only has to do with Alice In Wonderland...it does (and the philosophy and imagery portrayed with this theme is also very interesting), but throughout the album Manson also explores themes such as Vampirism, while associating it with love, in the way that people live off another's love, just as vampires live off another's blood.
Another big mistake I made was judging Manson...when I first heard the album I considered him a sellout, but he's far from that. I thought that this album was too mellow and "un-Manson", but when I really thought about it, have any one of his albums sounded the same? Not at all, he's changed his sound with every album and every era, and this latest album was no exception.
All that really happened to Marilyn Manson was he realized that he's no longer the "Antichrist Superstar"...that's over people. He came to a point in his life, where he couldn't continue doing what he did before unless he changed something, and that's what was killing him inside. But he came to realize that what he does is his life, his everything, and without it he's not Marilyn Manson, he's just Brian Warner.
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