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    Honestly, I will never understand what Manson was thinking not releasing D is for Dirty, nor will I understand why The Suck For Your Solution was also left off. I don't care how long the album gets, because those two are awesome. Also, am I the only one that REALLY loves his cover of The KKK Took My Baby Away?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HG131 View Post
    Honestly, I will never understand what Manson was thinking not releasing D is for Dirty, nor will I understand why The Suck For Your Solution was also left off. I don't care how long the album gets, because those two are awesome. Also, am I the only one that REALLY loves his cover of The KKK Took My Baby Away?
    I definitely agree that D is for Dirty should've been released, perhaps as a b-side if there wouldn't be enough place for it on the record.

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    What would you guys say is the most overlooked Manson song? I think "I Want to Kill You Like They Do in the Movies" is a damn masterpiece. Very atmospheric. I think, overall, it captures the mood of THEOL the most out of all the other songs. Very dreary and hopeless sounding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dipp Six View Post
    What would you guys say is the most overlooked Manson song? I think "I Want to Kill You Like They Do in the Movies" is a damn masterpiece. Very atmospheric. I think, overall, it captures the mood of THEOL the most out of all the other songs. Very dreary and hopeless sounding.
    I noticed that most of my favorite songs by Manson are those that were either never even played live or only played a few times, such as Lamb of God, Eat Me, Drink Me, Spade, Warship my Wreck etc.
    That is why I would love the idea of Manson playing entire records live, that seems to be the only way we could ever hear some of the songs.

    The song that I think is the most overlooked in Manson's discography has to be Spade. It's definitely one of my favorite songs by Manson, easily in my top 5, it has never been played live and probably never will be and it seems like it never really got any attention.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TMC View Post
    I noticed that most of my favorite songs by Manson are those that were either never even played live or only played a few times, such as Lamb of God, Eat Me, Drink Me, Spade, Warship my Wreck etc.
    That is why I would love the idea of Manson playing entire records live, that seems to be the only way we could ever hear some of the songs.

    The song that I think is the most overlooked in Manson's discography has to be Spade. It's definitely one of my favorite songs by Manson, easily in my top 5, it has never been played live and probably never will be and it seems like it never really got any attention.
    IWTKYLTDITM was only played live once to me knowledge



    It ranges from great, to good, to stahp Manson please just stahp like most 2009 performances. Same here, a lot of my favorite songs of his have either never been played live or are rarely played live. Even just picking one oddball a tour would be nice instead of the same boring singles.

    While I too love Spade, I'm not sure if it would work live. It has a lot of vocal layering and might sound odd without it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dipp Six View Post
    While I too love Spade, I'm not sure if it would work live. It has a lot of vocal layering and might sound odd without it.
    I think that might be the biggest problem with such songs as Eat Me, Drink Me (one, quite bad performance), Spade, Lamb of God or Target Audience - perhaps Manson would not be able to sing them live properly. Maybe it's better to just have a perfect recording and dream about how great a live performance would be.

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