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Last Tour on Earth album for sale by Marilyn Manson was released Jan 11, 2000 on the Nothing (USA) 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 buy CD music. Every generation needs an artist who pushes the envelope and stretches the limits of acceptability to the extreme and beyond Last Tour on Earth songs. 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 is a 2-disc set with 18 songs. ...See Full Description
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||The Best Manson Album|
The album consists of well known songs to Manson fans world wide. A must have for all fans of Manson.
By angels_brother (Australia)
||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)
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||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")
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||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)
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||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)
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Last Tour on Earth songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1269488|
|Release Date||Jan 11, 2000|
|Producer||Marilyn Manson; Michael Beinhorn|
|Engineer||Dr. Hook; Brad Madix|
|Recording Time||85 minutes|
|Personnel||Marilyn Manson - vocals|
John 5 - guitar
Ginger Fish - drums
Madonna Wayne Gacy - keyboards, synthesizer
Twiggy Ramirez - bass
M.W. Gacy - keyboards, synthesizer
|Additional Info||Bonus CD; Limited Edition|
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|Mechanical Animals CD (1998) Top Seller
Last Tour on Earth buy CD music "The Dope Show" was nominated for the 1999 Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock Performance.
Antichrist Superstar performed its intended purpose -- it made Marilyn Manson internationally famous, a living realization of his fictional "antichrist superstar." He had gained the attention of not only rock fans, but the public at large; however, many critics bestowed their praise not on the former Brian Warner, but on Trent Reznor, Manson's mentor and producer. Surely angered by the attention being focused elsewhere, he decided to break from Reznor and industrial metal with his third album, Mechanical Animals. Taking his image and musical cues from Bowie, Warner reworked Marilyn Manson into a sleek, androgynous space alien named Omega, ŗ la Ziggy Stardust, and constructed a glammy variation of his trademark goth metal. With pal Billy Corgan as an unofficial consultant and Soundgarden producer Michael Beinhorn manning the boards, Manson turns Mechanical Animals into a big, clean rock record -- the kind that stands in direct opposition to the dark, twisted industrial nightmares he painted with his first two albums. It can make for a welcome change of pace, since his glammed-up goth is more tuneful than his clattering industrial cacophony, but it lacks the cartoonish menace that distinguished his prior music. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
The group's smash 1998 album with a three track bonus video CD added & featuring 'The Dope Show' (Worldwide Banned Version), their cover of Eurythmics' 'Sweet Dreams' & 'The Beautiful People'. The main disc contains 14 audio tracks, including the single 'The Dope Show'. 'Mechanical Animals' comes in a standard jewelcase within a slipcase cover insideof a resealable clear plastic protective bag with the VCD in a clear plastic sleeve behind the album. 1998 Universal release.
Marilyn Manson: Marilyn Manson (vocals, vocoder, guitar, ARP synthesizer); Twiggy Ramirez (guitar, bass, synthesizer); John5 (guitar); M.W. Gacy (piano, Mellotron, keyboards, synthesizer); Ginger Fish (drums).
Producers: Michael Beinhorn, Marilyn Manson, Sean Beavan.
Personnel: Marilyn Manson (vocals, piano, synthesizer, ARP synthesizer, vocoder, background vocals); Ginger Fish (vocals, vocoder, drums); Rose McGowan (vocals); Zim Zum (guitar, acoustic guitar, keyboards, guitar synthesizer); Twiggy Ramirez (guitar, acoustic guitar, electric bass); John 5 (guitar); Madonna Wayne Gacy (piano, Mellotron, keyboards, synthesizer, drums, shaker, sampler); Danny Saber (keyboards); Sean Beavan (programming); Alexandra Brown, Kobi Tai, Nikki Harris, John West, Lynn Davis (background vocals).
Audio Mixer: Tom Lord-Alge.
Recording information: Conway Studios; Westlake; White Room.
Editor: Sean Beavan.
Photographers: Joseph Cultice; Marilyn Manson.
Additional personnel: Zim Zum (guitar, beinhorn, synthesizer); Dave Navarro (guitar); Danny Saber (strings, Clavinet, programming); DJ Neil Strauss (scratches); ...
|Smells Like Children CD (1995) Top Seller
Last Tour on Earth songs A year on from Portrait of an American Family, Marilyn Manson released the stopgap EP Smells Like Children. Where the full-length debut showed sparks of character and invention beneath industrial metal sludge, Smells Like Children is a smartly crafted horror show, filled with vulgarity, ugliness, goth freaks, and sideshow scares. Manson wisely chose to heighten his cartoonish personality with the EP. Most of the record is devoted to spoken words and samples, all designed to push to the outrage buttons of middle America. Between those sonic collages arrives one new song, retitled remixes of Portrait songs -- "Kiddie Grinder," "Everlasting Cocksucker," "Dance of the Dope Hats," "White Trash" -- and three covers ("Sweet Dreams," "I Put a Spell on You," "Rock 'n' Roll Nigger"), all given a trademark spooky makeover. Musically, it may not amount to much -- it's goth-metal-industrial, as good as the "Dope Hat," "Lunch Box," and "Cake and Sodomy" trilogy that distinguished the debut -- but as a sonic sculpture, as an objet d'art, it's effective and wickedly fascinating. It's exactly what Brian Warner needed to do to establish Marilyn Manson as America's bogeyman for the late '90s. [And it also helped enhance his myth for his fans. Smells Like Children originally was released promotionally, complete with unauthorized Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory samples and other unapproved sound bites. It was pulled, censored, and re-edited ("Abuse, Pt. 1" and "Abuse, Pt. 2" were removed from the EP) before it was officially released in October 1995, and the original promo copies became valuable collectibles and the most bootlegged item in the Manson catalog.] ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Personnel: Reverend Marilyn Manson (vocals); Daisy Berkowitz (guitar); Twiggy Ramirez (bass); Ginger Fish (drums); Madonna Wayne Gacy, Tony F. Wiggins.
|Portrait of an American Family CD (1994) Top Seller
Last Tour on Earth album for sale While Marilyn Manson's approach was hardly original (in fact, many of the band's gimmicks could be directly linked to bands past), few rock groups on a major label had been so unashamedly confrontational and unapologetic. In fact, all the members went by aliases that combined a movie star's name with a serial killer's. While such future releases as 1995's SMELLS LIKE CHILDREN and 1996's ANTICHRIST SUPERSTAR would place the band at the top of the heavy metal/alternative heap, it was the group's debut from 1994, PORTRAIT OF AN AMERICAN FAMILY, that got the ball rolling.
The band received a major break right off the bat by becoming good friends with Nine Inch Nails mastermind Trent Reznor. Signed to his new record label, Nothing, Reznor helped co-produce the debut with singer Manson, and gave the band the opening slot on NIN's inaugural 1994-1995 arena tour. Manson's music was more straightforward and more metallic than Nine Inch Nails (it was based more around distorted guitar riffs than electronics), as evidenced by the debut's best tracks, "Cake and Sodomy," "Lunchbox," "Dope Hat," and "Get Your Gunn."
Recorded at The Record Plant and The Village Recorder, Los Angeles, California; Pig, Beverly Hills, California; Criteria, Miami, Florida.
Marilyn Manson: Mr. Manson (vocals, samples); Daisy Berkowitz (guitar); Madonna Wayne Gacy (Hammond organ, saxophone, samples); Twiggy Ramirez, Gidget Gein (bass); Sara Lee Lucas (drums).
Addtional personnel: Robert Pierce (vocals); Trent Reznor (guitar, horns); Hope Nichols (saxophone); Charlie Clouser (drums, programming), Chris Vrenna (percussion); Sean Beaven (programming).
Adapter: Marilyn Manson.
Personnel: Marilyn Manson (vocals, brass, loops); Daisy Berkowitz (guitar, acoustic guitar); Trent Reznor (guitar, pandora, brass, programming); Madonna Wayne Gacy (saxophone, brass, calliope, loops, sound effects, Theremin); Hope Nichols (saxophone, background vocals); Beavan (brass, programming); Charles Clouser (drums, programming); Sara Lee Lucas (drums, sound effects); Chris Vrenna (percussion, programming); Sean Beavan (programming).
Audio Mixers: Alan Moulder; Sean Beavan; Trent Reznor.
Recording information: Criteria, Miami, FL; Le Pig, Beverly Hills, CA; REcord Plant, L.A., CA; Record Plant, Los Angeles, CA; The Record Plant, LA, CA; The Village Recorder, LA, CA; Village Recorder, L.A., CA.
Editors: Beavan; Sean Beavan; Trent Reznor; Charles Clouser.
Photographers: Robin Perine; Jeffrey Weiss.
Unknown Contributor Roles: Hope Nichols; Trent Reznor; Twiggy Ramirez.
|Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death) CD (2000)
||Gamepieces; Bonus Tracks
Last Tour on Earth CD music U.K. edition features "Nobodies" (acoustic version) as a bonus track and a two-postcard set of collectable game pieces.
From the outset, as the slowly churning guitar riffs of "Godeatgod" pound their way into your ear, it's clear that Marilyn Manson plans to make few deviations from its previously established industrial rock ways on HOLY WOOD. This is an admirable display of canniness on the band's part, as the fruits of playing to their strengths are apparent throughout the album.
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.
Exclusive UK only pressing includes one of the Japanese bonus tracks, 'The Nobodies (Acoustic Version)'. This is the uncensored version. Standard jewelcase housed in a slipcase. 2000 release.
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, guitar, flute, piano, Mellotron, keyboards, bass synthesizer); Twiggy Ramirez (guitar); John 5 (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, slide guitar, keyboards, guitar synthesizer, sampler); Bon Harris (piano, synthesizer, sleigh bell, programming, drum programming); Madonna Wayne Gacy (Mellotron, keyboards, synthesizer, string synthesizer, drums, loops, sound effects, siren); Ginger Fish (drums, drum machine, loops, siren); Dave Sardy (drum programming); Danny Saber (loops).
Audio Mixer: Dave Sardy.
Recording information: Holly Studios; Sunset sound Factory; The Mansion; Westlake Audio.
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).