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Antichrist Superstar Album
  1. 1996
  2. Angel With the Scabbed Wings
  3. Antichrist Superstar
  4. Cryptorchid
  5. Deformography
  6. Dried Up, Tied and Dead to the World
  7. Irresponsible Hate Anthem
  8. Kinderfeld
  9. Little Horn
  10. Man That You Fear
  11. Mister Superstar
  12. The Beautiful People
  13. The Minute of Decay
  14. The Reflecting God
  15. Tourniquet
  16. Wormboy
Demos & Remixes Album
  1. Cake And Sodomy
  2. Suicide Snowman
  3. Lunchbox
  4. Learning to Swim
  5. My Monkey
  6. Misery Machine
  7. Dope Hat
  8. Strange Same Dogma
  9. Let Your Ego Die
  10. Thingmaker
  11. Next Motherfucker
  12. Brown Bag
  13. Metal
  14. Lunchbox (High School Drop-Outs)
  15. Mother Inferior Got Her Gunn
Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death) Album
  1. Godeatgod
  2. The Love Song
  3. The Fight Song
  4. Disposable Teens
  5. Target Audience (Narcissus Narcosis)
  6. President Dead
  7. In The Shadow Of The Valley Of Death
  8. Cruci-Fiction In Space
  9. A Place In The Dirt
  10. The Nobodies
  11. The Death Song
  12. The Lamb Of God
  13. Born Again
  14. Burning Flag
  15. The Fall Of Adam
  16. King Kill 33
  17. Count To 6 And Die (The Vacuum Of Infinite Space Encompassing)
Last Tour On Earth Album
  1. Antichrist Superstar
  2. Astonishing Panorama of the Endtimes
  3. Get Your Gunn
  4. Great Big White World
  5. Inauguration Of The Mechanical Christ
  6. Irresponsible Hate Anthem
  7. Lunchbox
  8. Rock is Dead
  9. sweet dreams (are made of this)
  10. The Beautiful People
  11. The Dope Show
  12. The Last Day on Earth
  13. The Reflecting God
Lest We Forget: The Best Of Album
  1. The Love Song
  2. Personal Jesus
  4. The Fight Song
  5. Tainted LOve
  6. The Dope Show
  7. This Is The New Shit
  8. Disposable Teens
  9. sweet dreams (are made of this)
  10. Lunchbox
  11. Tourniquet
  12. Rock is Dead
  13. Get Your Gunn
  14. The Nobodies
  15. Long Hard Road Out Of Hell (featuring The Sneaker Pimps)
  16. The Beautiful People
  17. The Reflecting God
Marilyn Manson Gift Set Album
  1. Antichrist Superstar
  2. Astonishing Panorama of the Endtimes
  3. Get Your Gunn
  4. Great Big White World
  5. Inauguration Of The Mechanical Christ
  6. Irresponsible Hate Anthem
  7. Lunchbox
  8. Rock is Dead
  9. sweet dreams (are made of this)
  10. The Beautiful People
  11. The Dope Show
  12. The Last Day on Earth
  13. The Reflecting God
Mechanical Animals Album
  1. Coma White
  2. Disassociative
  3. Great Big White World
  4. I Want to Disappear
  5. Mechanical Animals
  6. New Model No.15
  7. Posthuman
  8. Rock is Dead
  9. The Dope Show
  10. The Last Day on Earth
  11. The Speed of Pain
  12. User Friendly
Portrait Of An American Family Album
  1. Cake and Sodomy/Everlasting Cocksucker (Remix)
  2. Cyclops
  3. dogma
  4. Dope Hat/Diary of a Dope Fiend/Dance of the Dope Hats (Remix)
  5. Get Your Gunn
  6. Lunchbox
  7. Misery Machine
  8. My Monkey
  9. Organ Grinder/Kiddie Grinder (Remix)
  10. Prelude (the family trip)
  11. Snake Eyes and Sissies
  12. Sweet Tooth
  13. wrapped in plastic
Smells Like Children Album
  1. Cake and Sodomy/Everlasting Cocksucker (Remix)
  2. dancing with the one-legged...
  3. Dope Hat/Diary of a Dope Fiend/Dance of the Dope Hats (Remix)
  4. Fuck Frankie
  6. may cause discoloration of the urine of feces
  7. sweet dreams (are made of this)
  8. Sympathy For The Parents
  9. the hands of small children
  10. white trash
The Golden Age of Grotesque Album
  1. This Is The New Shit
  3. Doll-Dagga Buzz-Buzz Ziggety-Zag
  4. Use Your Fist And Not Your Mouth
  5. The Golden Age Of Grotesque
  6. (s)AINT
  7. Ka-Boom Ka-Boom
  8. Slutgarden
  9. Spade
  10. Para-noir
  11. The Bright Young Things
  12. Better Of Two Evils
  13. Vodevil
Love him or hate him, the self-proclaimed "Antichrist Superstar" Marilyn Manson was indisputably among the most notorious and controversial entertainers of the 1990s.

Celebrated by supporters as a crusader for free speech and denounced by detractors as little more than a poor man's Alice Cooper, Manson was the latest in a long line of shock rockers, rising to the top of the charts on a platform of sex, drugs and Satanism. Though widely dismissed by critics, his brand of metal nevertheless struck a major chord with the youth market -- on the strength of a masterfully orchestrated marketing campaign, he became a mainstream anti-hero, much to the chagrin of conservative politicians and concerned parents. Manson was born Brian Warner in Canton, Ohio; at the age of 18, he relocated to Tampa Bay, Florida, working there as a music journalist. In 1989, he became friends with guitarist and fellow outsider Scott Mitchell; they decided to form a band, with Mitchell rechristening himself Daisy Berkowitz and Warner adopting the name Marilyn Manson.

With the addition of bassist Gidget Gein and keyboardist Madonna Wayne-Gacy, the group -- originally dubbed Marilyn Manson and the Spooky Kids -- begin self-releasing cassettes and playing gigs, their Gothic stage show notable for Manson's elaborate make-up and homemade special effects. Jettisoning their drum machine in favor of one Sara Lee Lucas, the band's sound began taking on a harder edge, and by 1992 they were among the most popular acts in the South Florida area. In 1993, Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor came calling, offering both a contract with his Nothing Records label as well as the chance to open for NIN the following spring; Manson accepted both offers, and the group's debut LP, Portrait of an American Family, appeared during the summer of 1994. With new bassist Twiggy Ramirez replacing Gein, the group's notoriety began to soar -- most infamously, during an appearance in Salt Lake City, Manson ripped apart a copy of the Book of Mormon while on-stage. The Church of Satan's founder Anton LaVey also bestowed upon him the title of "Reverend."

While some onlookers dismissed Manson's behavior as crass audience manipulation, his cult following -- comprised almost entirely of disaffected white suburban teens -- continued to swell, and with the release of the 1995's Smells Like Children EP the band broke into the mainstream, propelled by their hit cover of the Eurythmics' "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)." Berkowitz quit a short time later, and was replaced by guitarist Zim Zum; their next LP, 1996's Antichrist Superstar, debuted at the number three spot on the pop album charts. As Manson's popularity grew, so did the furor surrounding him -- his concerts were regularly picketed by civic groups, and his music was the subject of widespread attacks from the right-wing and religious fronts. Again, however, his quick embrace of the media spotlight called into question the true sincerity of his revolutionary aims -- with a cover story in Rolling Stone and a best-selling autobiography, The Long Hard Road Out of Hell, some onlookers doubted whether Manson had sold his soul to Satan, or just sold his soul, period. The glam-inspired Mechanical Animals followed in 1998, with the resulting tour yielding the live Last Tour on Earth a year later.

Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death) came out at the end of 2000. The band toured to support the album in 2001 and during a July show in Michigan, Manson was charged with criminal sexual conduct after performing an alleged offensive act on a security guard. December saw Manson's version of "Tainted Love" appear on the Not Another Teen Movie soundtrack while another security guard filed a civil suit alleging Manson had rubbed his pelvis on the guard's head. The July 2001 sexual conduct charges were lowered to a misdemeanor in January of 2002 and the civil suit was dropped soon after. May of 2003 saw the release of The Golden Age of Grotesque, which spent a week on top of the album charts and ended up on more than a few critics' year-end Top Ten lists. In April of 2004 the album Lunch Boxes and Choklit Cows appeared, credited to Marilyn Manson & the Spooky Kids -- Spooky Kids being the name of Manson's earliest band. Manson fought the release and court-ordered some artwork removed that was too close to the art to which the singer owned the copyright. At the end of September the Lest We Forget collection was released, covering the highlights of Manson's career and including a new cover version of Depeche Mode's "Personal Jesus."

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