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Heaven Upside Down by Marilyn Manson

Song

We Know Where You F*cking Live

Marilyn Manson

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Song

We Know Where You F*cking Live

Marilyn Manson

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Label: Loma Vista Recordings
The elder states-perv of industrial sleaze limits his tenth studio album to just 10 songs, all clocking in between 3:59 and 4:49 except the initially space-floating, eventually wah-wah-flaunting, seemingly gun-toting and fairly meandering 7:59 “Saturnalia.” Opener “Revelation #12” bangs Atari Teenage Riot digital hardcore-style, and other first-half tracks incorporate dub parts reminiscent of even older industrialists KMFDM. The spare, sickly-whispered “Sat10” (pronounced “Satan”) goes the blasphemy route, disco-funked “Kill4Me” and noise-messed “Je$u$ Cri$i$” shuffle sex and violence, and both “Blood Honey” (rhymes with Mudhoney!) and the title track discuss being upside down. By the end, Marilyn’s baritone could almost pass for Billy Idol’s.

About This Album

The elder states-perv of industrial sleaze limits his tenth studio album to just 10 songs, all clocking in between 3:59 and 4:49 except the initially space-floating, eventually wah-wah-flaunting, seemingly gun-toting and fairly meandering 7:59 “Saturnalia.” Opener “Revelation #12” bangs Atari Teenage Riot digital hardcore-style, and other first-half tracks incorporate dub parts reminiscent of even older industrialists KMFDM. The spare, sickly-whispered “Sat10” (pronounced “Satan”) goes the blasphemy route, disco-funked “Kill4Me” and noise-messed “Je$u$ Cri$i$” shuffle sex and violence, and both “Blood Honey” (rhymes with Mudhoney!) and the title track discuss being upside down. By the end, Marilyn’s baritone could almost pass for Billy Idol’s.

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About This Album

The elder states-perv of industrial sleaze limits his tenth studio album to just 10 songs, all clocking in between 3:59 and 4:49 except the initially space-floating, eventually wah-wah-flaunting, seemingly gun-toting and fairly meandering 7:59 “Saturnalia.” Opener “Revelation #12” bangs Atari Teenage Riot digital hardcore-style, and other first-half tracks incorporate dub parts reminiscent of even older industrialists KMFDM. The spare, sickly-whispered “Sat10” (pronounced “Satan”) goes the blasphemy route, disco-funked “Kill4Me” and noise-messed “Je$u$ Cri$i$” shuffle sex and violence, and both “Blood Honey” (rhymes with Mudhoney!) and the title track discuss being upside down. By the end, Marilyn’s baritone could almost pass for Billy Idol’s.