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    For me, i think The Speed Of Pain is the strongest song, and is also my favorite.

    Unkillable Monster (Though some find cheesey), i find one of the saddests songs. Both have made me cry for different reasons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nemoris Inferioris View Post
    For me, i think The Speed Of Pain is the strongest song, and is also my favorite.

    Unkillable Monster (Though some find cheesey), i find one of the saddests songs. Both have made me cry for different reasons.
    Whilst I agree and share a similar moment with you on Unkillable Monster, I feel over the years that The Speed Of Pain, along with some other tracks from the Manson side of the MA LP have grown less "sad" and more intentionally melancholy with a sly nature.

    What's cool about Unkillable Monster is how the lyrics can be interpreted as quite raw and painful which is often overlooked (why is my wound a front door to you...) whilst they are ironically sung along to a fairly upbeat melody. It is a personal favourite of mine from that record and wish it would have had more recognition, I really feel Manson's genuine emotion near the end of that track.

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    I'm assuming "Track 15" is the one from MA, and in that case, it's definitely one of his saddest songs. Man, I forgot how depressing that song is.
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    Disassociative or Warship My Wreck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacobn28 View Post
    I'm assuming "Track 15" is the one from MA, and in that case, it's definitely one of his saddest songs. Man, I forgot how depressing that song is.
    Agreed! But, no, they meant the song from The High End of Low and its alternate, acoustic version.

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    Probably, the best two or three saddest songs are:

    1-odds of even,I have a feeling that he nearly cries near the end of the song.

    2-I have to look up just to see hell.

    3-minute of decay.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nemoris Inferioris View Post
    These are all the saddest MM songs:

    The Last Day On Earth
    Unkillable Monster
    The Speed Of Pain
    Man That You Fear
    Coma White
    Coma Black
    In The Shadow Of The Valley Of Death
    A Place In The Dirt
    Running To The Edge Of The World
    Into The Fire
    Just A Car Crash Away
    They Said That Hell's Not Hot
    The Long Hard Road Out Of Hell
    I Have To Look Up Just To See Hell
    Odds Of Even
    Disassociative
    Fundamentally Loathsome
    Track 15
    You should've added a warning sign along with your tracklist: "Avoid listening to these songs at any cost, if heartbroken or really sad".

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    Great Big White World
    Coma White
    The Nobodies
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mexicanfiend View Post
    I can't believe that no one (besides the OP) has mentioned the TRULY saddest MM song, ever. And I know it because, of all the MM songs I know how to play in the guitar, this always has a tremendous impact with non-Manson fans.

    IN THE SHADOW OF THE VALLEY OF DEATH
    , period.
    It's definitely up there, but I think A Place In The Dirt knocks it off for top spot. The chorus, "put me in the death parade... dress me up and make me your dying god"..., the part where after everything he's worked for, after all the fighting he's done to get where he did, even someone like Manson seems to consider giving it all up, asking to be taken in, just laying back and letting be what will be in the way of things... that's pretty downright fucking depressing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cataract777 View Post
    Disassociative or Warship My Wreck.
    You know, i'm not sure if it's the music or the bridge after the "Nervous systems down" ("ohhhhhhhh") with the raw, powerful guitar chords, or the idea of a dead astronaut floating in space for all eternity, but Dissassociative was the one song I came back often when I was depressed in 1998.

    Otherwise, I vote for Minute of Decay, but it's also the acoustic quality of the drums and the entire musical arrangement plus the lyrics.
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