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Thread: Where did Manson's creativity go?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nemoris Inferioris View Post
    I think if Manson can reunite with familiar artists such as Dean Karr, and even Perou, he can do so with other artists he's worked with in the past.
    He reunited with Karr during BV and we all saw how that turned out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dipp Six View Post
    He reunited with Karr during BV and we all saw how that turned out.
    ...I know. And it produced some great photos.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nemoris Inferioris View Post
    ...I know. And it produced some great photos.
    It did! I was excited for, and bought that issue of Revolver.

    Although I think Dipp was being sarcastic because Dean Karr also worked with Manson for the Born Villain cover and album artwork, and Manson decided to not use it in favor of his girlfriend's 'photography' instead. Manson had his reasons (or "No Reason" harr harr) I'm sure, but us fans were bummed about what might have been.

    At least we got the Revolver shoot out of it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unpretty Unsafe View Post
    It did! I was excited for, and bought that issue of Revolver.

    Although I think Dipp was being sarcastic because Dean Karr also worked with Manson for the Born Villain cover and album artwork, and Manson decided to not use it in favor of his girlfriend's 'photography' instead. Manson had his reasons (or "No Reason" harr harr) I'm sure, but us fans were bummed about what might have been.

    At least we got the Revolver shoot out of it!
    Correct, but I didn't want to go on my tangent/broken record spiel yet again.

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    He did recently invest a small amount for a small film in Glasgow so I'd like to think he is paying attention to artists out there that he could potentially work with, but I would never say that he isn't creative anymore, I think TPE is one of his more original efforts and looking at all his albums there is a noticeable difference in sound every time, something very few artists and even fewer artists on the heavier side of rock can claim.

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    His creativity is now utilized inventing new sex positions that don't require him to look at his girlfriend's creepy horse-face.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BreakingYourMomsOldMound View Post
    His creativity is now utilized inventing new sex positions that don't require him to look at his girlfriend's creepy horse-face.
    Wow.

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    Probably same thing that happens to most people after hitting 30.

    When I was in my late teens and 20s, I spent so much time listening to music and studying lyrics and searching for new music and undiscovered bands.

    I also researched loads of things I was interested in as well as worked on my career...

    30s - more responsibilities, more money, more interest in other things, career established, comfortable and also aware that I am getting older.

    No time to search out new music or research things etc etc.

    I'm sure same with Manson although musicians, if popular, will last past normal people in their 30s cause they are still fighting to hang on to their relevance.

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    So true !

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    It's not gone, it's just utterly diluted by alcohol.
    The livin' are dead and I hope to join them too. I know what to do and I do it well.

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