Best Songs on Marilyn Manson's Heaven Upside Down


The Top Ten

1 Threats of Romance Threats of Romance

Solely based on a melodic composition and disregarding lyrics, this is the absolute best track on an otherwise mediocre and forgettable album. The crash and climax is amazing throughout the track; the guitar segments are fantastic, the western standoff tune along with the blues-and-jazz mix all fall into play but the most important and most significant feature is the primary climax which is first heard immediately as the intro. The intro is the most impacting and powerful and remains stagnant through the track as a whole, particularly heightened as the primary refrain when the background music has the highly significant crescendo. It also has the most heavy metal and maintains a much stronger feeling than the remainder of this album. The systematic crash in the music is reminiscent of a video game boss fight and is amazing due to the potential climax in both the lyrics and the music. Based on the melody alone, "Threats of Romance" is levels above the remainder of the tracks on this ...more

This is an excellent song! Manson really saved the best for last on the album this time; not only does this song end the album, it goes out with a bang just as a Manson album should!

This song is amazing with a western feel and that awesome showdown style throughout; plus it has that knockout intro and spectacular ending!

2 Saturnalia Saturnalia
3 Tattooed in Reverse Tattooed in Reverse
4 Say10 Say10
5 We Know Where You F***ing Live
6 Heaven Upside Down Heaven Upside Down
7 Revelation #12 Revelation #12
8 Kill4me
9 Blood Honey Blood Honey
10 Je$u$ Cri$i$ Je$u$ Cri$i$

This song is like two separate songs as it has two enormously different segments with completely different feeling. The first half is quite lame and builds to the highly preferable sudden climax. The second half of the song is the amazing knockout that is unlike any other on the entire album. The moment "I'm like a Jesus crisis, and I make it all for you! " is screamed the chorus chanting and the bgm skyrockets to an ultimate climax in vocal skill and perfect synchronization with the pendulum sound of the amazing guitar work. This is the ultimate climax on the album and it's the second-best track due to the second half of the song being so damn good; the only other track this amazing is "threats of romance" and that ones a winner from start to finish!

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