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Mechanical Animals

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Category: Alternametal

Year: 1998

Label: Nothing Records

Catalog Number: INTD-90273

Average Rating: 58 / 100 (3 ratings)

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Marilyn Manson Mechanical Animals Album Cover

Marilyn Manson Vocals, Vocoder, Guitar, Arp Synthesizer
Twiggy Ramirez Guitar, Bass, Synthesizer
John5 Guitar
M.W. Gacy Piano, Mellotron, Keyboards, Synthesizer
Ginger Fish Drums
Zim Zum Guitar, Beinhorn, Synthesizer
Dave Navarro Guitar
Danny Saber Strings, Clavinet, Programming
DJ Neil Strauss Scratches
Kobi Tai Background Vocals
Dyanna Lauren Background Vocals
John West Background Vocals
Lyn Davis Background Vocals
Nikki Harris Background Vocals
Alexandra Brown Background Vocals
1.  Great White Big World  
2.  The Dope Show  
3.  Mechanical Animals  
4.  Rock Is Dead  
5.  Disassociative  
6.  The Speed Of Pain  
7.  Posthuman  
8.  I Want To Disappear  
9.  I Don't Like The Drugs (But The Drugs Like Me)  
10.  New Model No. 15  
11.  User Friendly  
12.  Fundamentally Loathsome  
13.  The Last Day On Earth  
14.  Coma White  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Metalhead66 Date: February 15, 2005 at 12:02
People bash this one,I think it's his best IMO.I'm not really into Manson,But I love this Industrial Glam Sound on this release..Kinda Funky Too!!!

From: ed Date: May 14, 2005 at 15:19
this is BULLSHIT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

From: Mandi Date: May 23, 2005 at 12:07
Didn't get me as Fucked up as Holywood did. But it still kicked ass. All my love to MM!

From: metallus75 Date: August 11, 2005 at 17:29
ah ah ah!!! ridicolous

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: September 20, 2013 at 21:32
After the ridiculous amount of publicity surrounding Antichrist Superstar, the expectations and speculation were off the charts for Manson's follow-up. Consummate huckster that he is, Brian Warner fanned the flames, paying lip service to Bowie, changing his image and talking about how the new album wouldd be leaning more '70's glam-rock. The music press ate it up, and didn't seem to notice that, when the album came out, it was pretty much the same old shit. There are a few new twists, like an acoustic (but still dark tortured) ballad in "Speed Of Pain," annd female R&B backup singers on "I Don't Like The Drugs." The songs are a little more dance-able, a little more bouncy, and Manson himself sings a little bit more (but not all that well), but most of the changes are slight. It's still the same industrial-goth stew, John 5 playing well below his abilities as he so often does to fit in and collect his paycheck. Manson is still obsessed with the emptiness of society and its connection to

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: September 20, 2013 at 21:38
... pop culture, but his observations aren't really alll that insightful, unless you're stupid. He's like the average-IQ kid who surrounds himself with a bunch of dummies and delinquents because he knows, compared to them, he's a genius. There are a few catchy songs, as usual, like "The Dope Show," "Rock Is Dead," "I Don't Like The Drugs" (all singles) and a couple others, but after this album, the general public really caring about this guy. Most people saw through his schtick and got bored with it, even as his aspirations got moreb and more grandiose, because by and large, the music still sounded like the same damn thing, album after album, the best songs ("Disposable Teens," "This Is The New Shit") sounding like retreads of older songs ("The Beautiful People" and "Lunchbox," respectively).

From: rick kerch vzla Date: February 5, 2014 at 16:17
Pretty cool and obviously as commercial as hell album ...a mix of industrial rock,pop and techno that what it is in here..."The Dope Show" & "I Don't Like The Drugs(But The Drugs Like Me)" are 2 songs that topped the radio lists for quite a time,a couple of good songs btw...some other fine moments are tracks 3,4,5,7,10,11 & 14...enjoyable stuff...88/100

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