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Mechanical Animals Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics


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  • Audio CD (Sept. 15 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B00000AFGM
  • Other Editions: Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (361 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #11,101 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Great Big White World
2. The Dope Show
3. Mechanical Animals
4. Rock Is Dead
5. Disassociative
6. The Speed Of Pain
7. Posthuman
8. I Want To Disappear
9. I Don't Like The Drugs (But The Drugs Like Me)
10. New Model No. 15
11. User Friendly
12. Fundamentally Loathsome
13. The Last Day On Earth
14. Coma White


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Andrew on Dec 13 2003
Format: Audio CD
This album is musically brilliant! Gary Glitter/David Bowie esque glamrock, with a slight electrosynth tinge.... ITS GOOD!
However, it is in the storyline where we find the brilliance on the record. Manson plays two characters in this, these being the "Marilyn" or good side, called Alpha, and the "Manson" or dark side, called Omega. Even though the caracters are the same person, they represent opposite sides of the personality, with Alpha being naieve, hopeful and somewhat charitable, whilst Omega is a cynical, bitter manic-depressive addicted to every drug in California.
As for the songs....
1. Great Big White World: Genuinely goregous glam track, sung by Alpha, as he is horrified by the conformity of our world.
2. The Dope Show: Musically brilliant, this lets us in on Omega's cynicism, and the emptiness of his fame.
3. Mechanical Animals: Alpha dealing with the mechanical nature of this "Bride".
4: Rock Is Dead: Industrio/Glam mixture, Omega bitching over the agonisingly ignorant criticism he recieves for being controversial. Damn catchy too.
5. Dissassociative: Omega overdoses on drugs (again), obstensibly for his depression, and reverts to Alpha, seeing the world as a "Dead Astronaut". Very Bowie, and very good.
6. Speed of Pain: Omega, now on a come down, vents his angst, and it is here where we first see his despiar.
7: Posthuman: Alpha, infuriated at the superficiality of our world and our religion, reminds us of the Antichrist Superstar and tells us to wake up to our god being a Statistic.
8: I want to dissapear: Omega, full of anger and frustration, blasts us in a punk sneer about how shallow he has become thanks to our screwed up society.
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By superstarved on Oct. 14 2001
Format: Audio CD
Let me tell you first, this is not a fan of MM. I only really liked this release, and it shows a lot of new-wave influence. That's just one thing good about it. They seem to be much more expirimential with this release, and there are many hooks to this album. Even if you hate Manson, the lead singer, this is actually tolerable. I really wish I couldn't say this, but there is something from them I could stand (unlike the first two albums) and doesn't all sound the same (unlike ACS or Holy Wood). Actually, I'd pick this over Drowning Pool any day. "New Model no. 15" is a better song. "Last day on earth" isn't really what you will ever hear from them again, so you might as well just get this one
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By Fallen Maggot on Oct. 10 2001
Format: Audio CD
...I bought this expecting a hardcore, ..., vulgar, metal album, instead I got this. Post Human, Mechanical Animals, Dope Show, and User Friendly are OKAY. His other albums are great, but his one doesn't fill the void...
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Format: Audio CD
This is definetely Manson's worst CD but it still has some good songs on it and it's pretty good.
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Format: Audio CD
Marilyn Manson. Freaky, ain't he? He's a surprsingly intelligent individual who can actually write some quite brilliant work (even if "The Dope Show" is the only proof of that). Mechanical Animals, his latest, is actually a lot easier to swallow than his past albums. It's a bit more advanced, a bit more earthy. There's some anti-shallow and anti-celebrity and anti-drug anthems spread wide over this eccletic album. It's inventive, but poorly performed. Put the lyrics aside on many songs and you'd be surprised it was Marilyn at all. It's all in the delivery. Exceptions are "Rock is Dead" and "New Model No. 5", which are terrible no matter how it's performed, but his "Mechanical Animals" and "Coma White" are actually pretty okay. It's not enough. This guy could be quoting Shakespeare but he reverts to trademark hissing and screaming
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Format: Audio CD
Pardon me, but why would anyone consider buying an album from an artist known to be poor at hard rock (during a period he wanted to be goth rock), attempting to play anything in the oh-so poppy "alternative" field? Alternative itself is an un-realized disgrace doing nothing but helping the good music emerging from the indie scene. Manson's bass is bad, his guitars are bad, his drums are bad, his white noise is mediocre, and his voice is wretched in a bad way. This album lacks the beauty necessary to be melodic (if musical) and lacks the riffs and rage necessary to be hard rock. It has serious birth defects.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Manson Fan on July 8 2005
Format: Audio CD
ok 4 speed of pain and last day of earth i change my mind i give speed of pain 11/10 and last day on earth 100/10
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 27 2004
Format: Audio CD
This was a change of pace for Marilyn Manson after the heavy metal goth of Smells Like Children and Antichrist Superstar.And its also in my opinion his greatest work.Well actually the band's greatest work because hed be nowhere without John 5,Madonna Wayne Gacy,Ginger Fish and especially Twiggy Ramirez.I think Marilyn's best vocal work is on here and to me the riffs have never been better than on this album.He toned the lyrical content down on most of the songs but some are still pretty dark and disturbing material.I think this is a must have for anyone who likes a combination of hard rock and glam.
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