2 comments on “Marilyn Manson – Born Villain (2012)

  1. Goth’s favourite son doing more ME ME ME and my shadow music… The ‘ME’ still sounds good even with less shock-me-into-submission lyrics… probably that’s what losing Dita does to you!

    But come to think of it, if his music is the dark shadow of all boy bands and JustinBiebers in the land, somehow you feel they get off more easily than they used to…

    • There still are a few nice lines – at least. 🙂 And couple of catchy songs, can’t get rid of “Pistol Whipped”, “Slo-Mo-Tion” or “Gardner”. Although this album smells quite of…. substances and in long terms that definitively will not lead anywhere. On the other hand I think this is a statement regarding the state of the music business, Manson delivered an album without any “new” “The Beautiful People”, no possible radio single and charting tracks, which is almost equal to a conscious suicide – thing I actually really appreciate it. Not the suicide, but the statement…. 😆

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