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Thread: Marilyn Manson Interviewed + Acoustic Sweet Dreams Performance on Italian TV - MUSIC

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    I can't understand a word he's saying, do we have some Italian PMers who can translate??? I liked the acoustic Sweet Dreams, I hear nothing wrong with his voice!

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    Sweet God of Fuck he sounds good here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vertigo View Post
    I can't understand a word he's saying, do we have some Italian PMers who can translate??? I liked the acoustic Sweet Dreams, I hear nothing wrong with his voice!
    You can opt for English subtitles from the settings icon at the bottom right hand side of the video window but they don't make much sense. The worst part is when Manson starts talking and then gets dubbed by the translator, you can still kind of hear him so it's an unspeakable mash of English and Italian. I felt like my mind couldn't decide between trying to hear Manson's speech or read the subtitles :P

    As a side note, I'm really liking how Manson does his makeup base these days. His skin no longer has that super matte powdery finish, looks more like skin.


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    My one issue with the performance is the parts where he does a bit of screaming. The rest I liked but considering it was acoustic it showed the flaws more. He sounds good with a full band but should have toned it down in my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mansoniser View Post
    My one issue with the performance is the parts where he does a bit of screaming. The rest I liked but considering it was acoustic it showed the flaws more. He sounds good with a full band but should have toned it down in my opinion.
    It sounded really good early on but I think he should have done it a little more sparingly. Nothing to do with his voice just making those moments of power he wanted to emphasize stand out more.

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    I loved the strings in the performance. He should incorporate them into the live shows. Mansons voice and string arrangements sound great.
    Also I canít watch interviews when they turn down what the actual person is saying for translation on top. Can someone give brief points about the interview.

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    Well, I think Mansonís voice is BACK. Not gone. It was pretty bad for a couple of years, but the man is on fire right now.

    And I sincerely hope Bates stays with the band forever. He clearly is the soul of the musicians. Really a professional, like when Manson messes up the words or gets somewhat lost for a minute, he immediately steps up and takes the situation in control. Like a true companion.

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    So whatís the chances of the say10 performance surfacing?

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    I like his deep voice but I don't like the screaming. I think he should do more like this - More acustic performanaces.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hydra View Post
    I sincerely hope Bates stays with the band forever. He clearly is the soul of the musicians.
    You know, I only really understood this in full at the London show a few weeks ago. I didn't make it to any of The Pale Emperor shows, so besides YouTube, this was the first time I'd seen Tyler on tour.

    It annoys me when people just stand and watch the singer in a band, and despite how captivating Manson is live, I want to see what other musicians are doing. Although stoic, Tyler has quite a presence on stage, and interestingly (from what I could tell) he's as determined in his performance as Manson. This creates a different energy.
    The most important aspect of seeing the band live post-2009 for me, was Manson and Twiggy performing together, and later on, Fred. Since Twiggy decided to move back to Bass though, the focus wasn't on him as much, and whether due to unfortunate circumstances or not, I wondered how his absence would affect the 'band' feel on stage after October. Juan was full of buzz, and eager to be at Manson's side, but Tyler looked like a towering, strong, defiant member of Marilyn Manson.
    There was one brief moment where I think Paul might have come in a little too quickly for a song, possibly even by just one guitar note, but the look on Tyler's face was amazing. Think of all those times where Manson rages at the crew for something being slightly off, it was just like that - I don't think even Manson noticed this little fuck up, but it's weird to think someone else as driven and proud as Manson is stood next to him controlling controlling thousands of people.

    I'd like to see at least another two albums with Tyler on board, possibly even three to bump it to five. Daisy got two, Twiggy got five, John only really got two, and Skold had two also. If Gil's happy sticking it out, I think he makes for a fierce drummer, and the commercial success of The Pale Emperor and Heaven Upside Down could pave the way for a more diverse, mapped-out album written by several people.


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