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Personnel: Marilyn Manson (vocals, guitar, saxophone, Mellotron, synthesizer, bass, drums, loops); John (guitar, strings, piano); Tim Skold (guitar, accordion, keyboards, synthesizer, bass, programming); MW Gacy (keyboards, synthesizer, loops); Ginger Fish (drums). Producers: Marilyn Manson, Tim Skold, Ben Grosse. Recorded at Doppelherz, The Mix Room, Burbank, California and Ocean Way Studios, Los Angeles, California. "Mobscene" was nominated for the 2004 Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance. Marilyn Manson proudly wears his musical influences on his band's fifth studio album, where the perpetually androgynous singer and company continue their crusade of industrial rock outrage, making nods to forerunners while never losing that which is quintessentially Manson. "mOBSCENE," reeks of ANGEL DUST-era Faith No More. "Para Noir" offers a romantic agenda in grand Manson style, with little chance for radio edit status. "Better Of Two Evils" and "Your Fist And Not Your Mouth" rally with undeniable choruses wh...
Song List: Disc 1
1. Intro
2. This Is the New Shit
3. Mobscene
4. Doll-Dagga Buzz-Buzz Ziggety-Zag
5. Use Your Fist and Not Your Mouth
6. Golden Age of Grotesque
7. (s)Aint
8. Ka-Boom Ka-Boom
9. Slutgarden
10. Spade
11. Para-Noir
12. Bright Young Things
13. Better of Two Evils
14. Vodevil
15. Obsequey (The Death of Art)
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Label:  Interscope Records (USA)
ArtistMarilyn Manson
Release Date:  May 13, 2003
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