Best Songs From Marilyn Manson's Golden Age of Grotesquethisismyonlyvoice
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This track is amazing! It has all the classic melodic strikes and chords from early 1930's and 1940's era atmospheric ambiance and yet maintains a dramatic riff that collapses and crashes in simultaneous harmonious perfection. And those impactful beats that maintain a stagnant step-to-step throughout the entire track pummel and engrain the track into one's memory and strengthen the catchy nature of the track as a whole. "Golden Age of the Grotesque" is the one title track from Manson's albums that deserves to be at first place on its relevant album. It is the best track of this album, from every bullet riddled gunshot to every pulse-pounding war-stricken bombardment of synchronized melodic thrusts! Amazing song from start to finish!
THIS IS THE GOLDEN AGE OF GROTESQUE!
Was about 9 or 10 when I first heard and slowly went from hating him to loving him - GuitarGodSam
This is a cool song to listen to if your sole intention is jamming out or feeling aggressive, but it doesn't deserve the number 1 spot. Still a catchy song though - Verderame
Fantastic piece of music! The bgm is spectacular and never lets go; there's some climactic parts but the tune is sustained and has a powerful beat to back it up in maximum Manson style! There's a very prominent feel and atmosphere to the piece as well as a memorable melody; this track is second only to the greatness of "the golden age of grotesque" as that piece has a distinct impression unlike any other. This is still a lot better than the remainder of the tracks on this album!
It appeared on this album. Get your facts right
This song was from the Not Another Teen Movie soundtrack. It did not appear on this album - Shake_n_Bake13
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