it wasn't, by far
Originally Posted by Hazekiah
Manson listens to Shooter HOLY FUCK! I am fucking impressed with his taste. Shooter has one of the best concept albums ever called Black Ribbons and I had always wondered if any of my favorite rock bands would like him. Low and behold Manson does and Tom Morello played guitar on one track of his new album.
Seriously, if anyone on this site has even the slightest inkling to listen to country/southern rock Listen to this man. He is really nice in person too and actually thanked me several times for buying his Shirts and shit.
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Fast Food Nude.
Glad that I had my copy of this video before its removal. BTW, I'm glad to hear that he washes his undercarriage and probably his arse too, I though that he doesn't wash at all, lol.
Last edited by Whisky And Speed; 09-14-2012 at 03:56 PM.
Fast Food Nude.
Ladies and gentlemen, for your convenience, here is the interview uploaded for those who missed it:
Originally Posted by Whisky And Speed
I don't get why people didn't like this interview! It had a lot of random info about Manson, it had some funny moments and all the answers were logic. What do you want more for a radio interview? A thesis about his last cd?
The only thing I want to complain is the quality of the sound of this phone connection, I'm not an english speaker so there were parts difficult to follow.
I started listening to this album because of your post and while researching it learned that it was inspired by David Icke and ended up LOLing through the whole thing because all I could think of was lizard people.
Originally Posted by rusty shackleford
LOL. Yeah some people are far out there but it's not like the album has anything to do with that. In all what did you think? I thought it was awesome he got Stephen King to play "Will-O the Wisp".
Originally Posted by Celebrity Killing Spree
It's a brilliant record. And seriously reinvigorating to a number of genres. Sonically profound and sagacious.
It's just... goddamn. Obviously themes of anti-establishment, rebellion and free thinking have an important place in rock and roll and music history in general, and don't get me wrong I obviously love records like Welcome to the Machine or more obviously Marilyn Manson but the association, even if separated by a few degrees, with the lizard people guy... It does a disservice to anti-establishment, rebellion and free thinking because it turns it all into one big goof. Discrediting itself by doing the "establishment's" job for them.
And as much as the themes mentioned above are a gold mine for rock or counter culture lyrics, parts of the record DO come across like you're listening to some conspiracy theory even if disguised as a "fictitious future."
Triskaidekaphobia is the shit though.
^ Maybe you should start a new thread for Shooter.