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Last Tour on Earth album for sale by Marilyn Manson was released Nov 16, 1999 on the Nothing/Interscope label. Also available with GOD IS IN THE TV video as THE ULTIMATE MARILYN MANSON GIFT SET. "Astonishing Panorama Of The Endtimes" was nominated for the 2001 Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance Last Tour on Earth songs. Every generation needs an artist who pushes the envelope and stretches the limits of acceptability to the extreme and beyond Last Tour on Earth album for sale. Take the rebellious spirit of punk and the shocking theatrics of glam rock and it would only begin to explain Marilyn Manson. Last Tour on Earth CD music contains a single disc with 14 songs. ...See Full Description
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Marilyn Manson - Last Tour on Earth Album Track Listing
|1||Inauguration of the Mechanical Christ See All 4 Explicit ||2:45|| $0.99|
|2||Reflecting God See All 13 Explicit||5:32|| $1.29|
|3||Great Big White World See All 6 Explicit||5:21|| $1.29|
|4||Get Your Gunn See All 11 Explicit ||3:37|| $1.29|
|5||Sweet Dreams / Hell Outro See All 3 Explicit||5:36|| $0.99|
|6||Rock Is Dead See All 17 Explicit||3:20|| $1.29|
|7||Dope Show See All 16 Explicit||3:56|| $1.29|
|8||Lunchbox See All 16 Explicit ||8:35|| $1.29|
|9||I Don't Like The Drugs (But The Drugs Like Me) See All 8 Explicit ||7:31|| $1.29|
|10||Antichrist Superstar See All 8 Explicit||5:15|| $1.29|
|11||Beautiful People See All 14 Explicit ||4:30|| $1.29|
|12||Irresponsible Hate Anthem See All 6 Explicit||4:40|| $1.29|
|13||Last Day On Earth See All 6 Explicit||4:26|| $0.99|
|14||Astonishing Panorama Of The Endtimes See All 3 Explicit ||3:59|| $0.99|
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||One of his best|
This album was his last decent album, after mechanical animals came out. he and his band went down hill. look at pictures of him, went from dark, goth to glam.
By dewy (bryan, ohio)
||Great performance !!!|
This is a rarley great live album witch features the highlights in Marilyn Manson's career. If you are a marilyn manson fan then buy this one now!, Marilyns voice sounds great and the quality of the album is great.
By andersalden ("sweden,malmo,kvarnby")
||Good live Album|
Its worth getting for the last track alone... but if you want the real live experience in the comfort of your home then you also need the Guns, God And Government DVD.
By Johnny (Jackson TN)
||At their best|
This album is a fine look into one of the geratest performing stage shows of all-time. Whether you love him, or hate him, there's no denying the power of Marilyn Manson, this album wraps up just about ALL of the bands grestest hits up to the date of release.
By Adam (Mackay QLD Australia)
||Back in the day|
Before Manson decided to rip off Nine Inch Nails with The Golden Age Of Grotesque he had it Mechanical Animals&Antichrist Superstar made him become a cutting metal act this performance is great along with holy wood but now Twiggy Ramirez is gone and manson dont know how to write songs without him this is a memory of his glory days.
By John Kanner (Wallingford,CT,USA)
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Recording information: Conway Studios; Westlake; White Room.
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The ironically titled "The Love Song" features a savagely pounding chorus and screamed expletives, while "The Fight Song" makes no attempt to hide its self-referential qualities, which concern being "a big rock star, celebrated victim of your fame." Despite its ominous title, "In the Shadow of the Valley of Death" offers some momentary solace amid HOLY WOOD's sonic maelstrom, by way of a melodic, softly sung refrain (along the way, it also happens to rescue the classic fuzz bass sound from the dustbin of '60s psychedelia). The closing track "Count to Six (The Vacuum of Infinite Space Encompassing)" drops the metallic guitars and thrashing drums in favor of gothic-sounding keyboards and creepily intoned vocals, making for a low-key but nevertheless unsettling brew that's equally reminiscent of Bauhaus and Manson mentor Trent Reznor.
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Marilyn Manson: Marilyn Manson (vocals, guitar, flute, piano, pianette, electric harpsichord, Mellotron, keyboards, synthesized bass, syncussion); John 5 (acoustic, electric, slide & synthesized guitars); Twiggy Ramirez (guitar, keyboards, bass); M.W. Gacy (Mellotron, keyboards, synthesizer, synthesized bass, samples); Ginger Fish (drums, loops).
Personnel: Marilyn Manson (vocals, keyboards); John 5 (guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, slide guitar); Twiggy Ramirez (guitar, keyboards); Bon Harris (synthesizer, electronic percussion, programming); Madonna Wayne Gacy (drums).
Audio Mixer: D. Sardy.
Recording information: Holly Studios; The Mansion.
Editor: Bon Harris.
Photographer: P.R. Brown.
Arranger: Marilyn Manson.
Additional personnel: Dave Sardy (guitar, programming); Bon Harris (piano, synthesizer, bass, hi-hat cymbal, programming, electronics); Danny Saber (loops).
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