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Old 11-29-2012, 01:30 PM   #29
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HUGE Alice Cooper fan, LOVE WTMN ('Cold Ethyl' has some SICK guitar work) grew up in that shit. My faves are the early stuff - Pretties For You, Love It to Death, Killer, and Billion Dollar Babies - Dennis Dunaway = SICK freaking bassist.

As for Manson, I'm down with The New Shit, (s)Ain't, and mObscene from GAoG, but I mean, Antichrist Superstar and Mechanical Animals are so much more realized and more epic, and to me, it seems that those two albums have a depth that truly regards them as 'classic', wouldn't you agree??

Just found it odd that you would pick that particular one; I think that Antichrist Superstar was the apex of that whole industrial/goth-metal thing. And Mechanical Animals is like MM's 'Tusk' or 'Tunnel Of Love', insofar as they couldn't do their biggest record over; it had to be completely different. And that one, MA, was genius.

I just picked up Mechanical Animals on vinyl - 2 discs, one is 'Alpha' and the other 'Omēga', with the original tracklisting. My turntable LOVES it, haha!!
Alice is probably my favorite rock artist of all time although Kiss is very close. Saw him live for the first time on Fathers Day this year.

I love everything I've heard from MM but I don't have all his albums including Anti-Christ Superstar so I can't speak to that one. I've heard some of it. I mis spoke naming GAoG. I meant Holy Wood. That was the first Manson album I bought and I probably have some extra affinity to it for that reason... however I do completely love it. I like that it's more raw than a lot of his other stuff including Mechanical Animals. I like that one too I just prefer the more raw sound over the more produced. I think Eat Me Drink Me is fantastic too.
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