Best Songs From Marilyn Manson's Portrait of An American Family
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This track is amazing composition through and through! Right off the bat, there's a sustained systematic chord striking and matching every lyrical verse through "Dope Hat." The most prominent segment comes in when the primary climax hits and there's a break-apart from the bgm with the remainder of the vocal performance. Every perfect matched lyrical phrase with every riff runs in perfect unison in a parallel highlight unlike any other on this album. The lyrics seem to play homage to a familiar musical setting of the chocolate factory whilst depicted in another enticing medium and makes for a darker tone and teases and mocks the original inception with a cute and sarcastic demeanor. Regardless of these fun takes, the music itself is what emanates heavily and makes this the most unforgettable of all tracks on this album.
The first song that Marilyn Manson wrote for his first album, Cake and Sodomy is a catchy, awesome song with intelligent lyrics that serves as a rallying cry against the hypocrisy of America. The song that truly defined his style. Deserves the #1 place.
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2. Cake and Sodomy
3. Snake Eyes And Sissies