Marilyn Manson - EAT ME, DRINK ME
NME.COM feature on Marilyn Manson - EAT ME, DRINK ME album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 05 June 2007
Eat Me, Drink Me
Some dismiss Marilyn Manson as a stilts-over-substance shock-rocker who believes that painting pictures of Hitler as a trannie makes him an artiste. OK, the paintings aren’t much better than Doherty’s blood art, but actually, despite appearances, Manson’s made some of the most vitalic rock music of recent times (‘Disposable Teens’, ‘The Nobodies’) and let his musical obsessions,...
- Jun 1, 2007
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- If I Was Your Vampire
- Putting Holes In Happiness
- The Red Carpet Grave
- They Said That Hell's Not Hot
- Just A Car Crash Away
- Heart-Shaped Glasses (When The Heart Guides The Hand)
- Evidence (Album Version (Explicit))
- Are You The Rabbit?
- Mutilation Is The Most Sincere Form Of Flattery (Album Version (Explicit))
- You And Me And The Devil Makes 3
- EAT ME, DRINK ME
An album that’s, y’know, fine
- Apr 30, 2012
'God of fuck', we can take, man boobs, fine... but feelings? No, ta
- May 25, 2009
Heart-Shaped Glasses (When The Heart Guides The Hand)
- May 23, 2007
US rock star plays role of rollerskating waiter on HBO comedy
Goth-rocker will lend his voice to the Shadow but won't be seen on screen
Goth rocker collaborates with French producer on unlikely duet
Marilyn Manson - EAT ME, DRINK ME: Wikipedia Album Entry
Eat Me, Drink Me is the sixth studio album by Marilyn Manson. It was released on June 5, 2007, debuting at number 8 in the United States with more than 88,000 copies sold. It was recorded in a rented home-recording studio in Hollywood, California by lead vocalist Marilyn Manson and guitarist and bassist Tim Skold. A press-conference with Manson in April 2007 revealed that the album was a collaboration strictly between Manson and Skold. It was produced by Marilyn Manson and Skold, and mixed by Sean Beavan. It has been stated that there were originally around 20 embryonic songs, all written by Skold, two of which (that didn't make the album) Manson considered complete with lyrics and vocals. Manson stated that he had a difficult time cutting some of them, but felt he had to in order to prevent the album from being "diluted". This album was also the last to feature Tim Skold's contributions, having been replaced by Twiggy Ramirez the following January.
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