Saturday, April 7, 2012 12:14:13 AM
I'm glad to see that he seems like he`s going back to his older sound a bit, I wasn`t enamored with anything after Holywood. And completely tuned out after I heard his hit off of Eat me, Drink me.
Thursday, April 5, 2012 9:16:54 PM
"I don't know which me that I love. Got no reflection." I like it. Seems like something that would resonate with a lot of people -- you put on a false personality to make society like you, and forget who you really are. You forget who you want to be, and you don`t know who`s looking back at you from the mirror. Other than the Eat Me Drink Me album, Manson`s songs always seem really deep to me if you`re willing to actually look.
Thursday, April 5, 2012 3:28:45 PM
The problem with middle-aged MM is that his 90's appeal was to kids who didn`t know anything about goth, Pink Floyd the wall, Alice Cooper, Joel Peter Witkin, etc. His act was shocking to middle America, but only groundbreaking to people who only bought music at malls.