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    Hey, favorite song from each album and why?

    Portrait - Snake Eyes and Sissies - Lyrically, I think it's the best and just has an awesome groove to it.
    ACSS - Tourniquet - Sick guitar sound and awesome lyrics. Defining song of the album imo.
    MA - Coma White - I just love this song, my favorite MM song.
    HW - The Nobodies - Such a sad and melancholy song. I love the symbolism.
    GOAG - Doll Dagga Buzz Buzz Ziggety Zag - Such a catchy and fun tune
    EMDM - EAT ME, DRINK ME - Amazing song, I wish to see this side of MM more.
    THEOL - Wight Spider - This song is so oppressive, feels like MM is putting you in a web himself imo.
    BV - Lay Down Your Goddamn Arms - Awesome guitar sound and best lyrics on the album. Well, Disengaged was good too, but the music was too boring.

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    New List (sometimes changes on my mood.:P)
    Portrait - Still Snake Eyes
    ACSS - Reflecting God - Just the pinnacle of the album's emotion and message.
    MA - Still Coma White
    HW - Crucificiton - Love the opera sound to it, to me it captures the feel of the album
    GOAG - Use Your Fist - Nice hard song
    EMDM - Still EMDM
    THEOL - I Want to Kill You - Such a seductive song, only complaint is that once he goes into the second part it's all build up and never really takes off.
    BV - Still Lay Down
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    Tough question. Most of these change from day to day:
    POAAF - Lunchbox - I was exactly how I felt as a teenager. I guess I still do sometimes.
    ACSS - Antichrist Superstar. It's so fantastic live, so over-the-top, it's the peak of the album before the denouement.
    MA - I don't like the drugs but the drugs like me. Delightfully catchy, playful, and tongue-in-cheek, the gospel singers add an interesting facet to it.
    HW - Valentine's Day. Not sure why, I've just always loved this song.
    GOAG - (s)aint. Clever wordplay, fascinating imagery.
    EMDM - Eat me, drink me. Great ending to the album.
    THEOL - I want to kill you like they do in the movies. Musically I really love it, so the fact that it's a long song just makes it better. The film theme, the slow build.
    BV - The Flowers of Evil. This was the first song of BV that really stood out to me, and I've never gotten tired of it.

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    POAAF - Get Your Gunn (choice was very hard)
    Antichrist Superstar - Tourniquet (again very hard choice)
    MA - Last Day On Earth
    HW - In The Shadow Of The Valley Of Death
    GAOG - Spade
    EMDM - Putting Holes In Happiness
    High End - I have to look up
    Born Villain - Born Villain

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    I can't pick a definitive favorite because they all appeal to me on different levels and for different reasons, but here goes:

    Wrapped in Plastic
    The Reflecting God
    Dissasociative
    Target Audience
    Spade
    Just a Car Crash Away/Putting Holes in Happiness/EAT ME, DRINK ME (three-way tie)
    I Want to Kill You Like They do in the Movies
    Breaking the Same old Ground/Children of Cain (tie)

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    Even if I could sometimes ramble on and on while asking lots of questions... articulating the why for something as little is this is actually one of my biggest weaknesses as it really boils down to me simply liking a lot more than most of the other songs on each album as far as being catchier, faster, mellower, or emotionally moving in a certain way, or just even fun. This is also mostly based on how often I listen to the songs on each album, and which songs I'd mostly go to first. Thankfully, that part of it has been easy for me.

    Portrait of an American Family - Lunchbox
    Antichrist Superstar - Mister Superstar
    Mechanical Animals - I Don't Like The Drugs (But The Drugs Like Me)
    Holy Wood - Cruci-Fiction in Space
    The Golden Age of Grotesque - Doll-Dagga Buzz-Buzz Ziggety-Zag
    Eat Me, Drink Me - You And Me And The Devil Makes 3
    The High End of Low - I Want To Kill You Like They Do In The Movies
    Born Villain - Born Villain

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    POAAF: Dope Hat. I really don't listen much to this album overall but yeah, Dope Hat
    ACSS: Tourniquet. Man i fucking LOVE the tune of the song and the lyrics are best of Manson
    MA: Dissociative hands down
    HW: Lamb of God. I think it resumes the album in a great way
    TGAOG: The Golden Age of Grotesque
    EMDM: Evidence. Love to hear it at least once every week. Addictive
    THEOL: Into the Fire. It's so different of every other Manson songs, so i frikin' love it
    BV: The Gardener. Lyrics are amazing and it's awesome to sing along

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    Portrait Of An American Family Snake Eyes And Sissies

    Antichrist Superstar The Reflecting God

    Mechanical Animals The Last Day On Earth

    Holy Wood (In The Shadow Of The Valley Of Death) Cruci-Fiction In Space

    The Golden Age Of Grotesque Spade

    EAT ME, DRINK ME EAT ME, DRINK ME

    The High End Of Low I Have To Look Up Just To See Hell

    Born Villain Children Of Cain

    Those are all immediate, assured answers. There's always at least one track that sticks on you from each Manson album, even if it's not necessarily the one you'd listen to the most often, or which incites the biggest reaction. The only one that proved difficult was Holy Wood, as I was in two minds about selecting The Fall Of Adam.

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    Portrait of an American Family - Lunchbox
    Antichrist Superstar - Mister Superstar
    Mechanical Animals - I Don't Like The Drugs (But The Drugs Like Me)
    Holy Wood - King Kill 33
    The Golden Age of Grotesque - Spade
    Eat Me, Drink Me - Eat Me, Drink Me
    The High End of Low - Unkillable Monster
    Born Villain - Murderers Are Getting Prettier Every Day

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    Portrait - Wrapped In Plastic
    Antichrist - Kinderfeld
    Animals - Great Big White World
    Holy Wood - A Place In The Dirt
    Golden Age - Spade
    Eat Me - Eat Me Drink Me
    High End - IWKYLTDITM
    Born Villain - Born Villain

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    Portrait: Lunchbox
    ACSS: The Reflecting God
    MA: Mechanical Animals
    HW: President Dead
    GAOG: The Golden Age of Grotesque
    EMDM: Eat Me, Drink Me
    THEOL: I Want To Kill You Like They Do In The Movies
    BV: Lay Down Your Goddamn Arms

    I picked songs that capture the feel of the album for me, they are my go-to's when I crave a certain style/era.

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