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Mechanical Animals

Marilyn Manson Vinyl
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
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  • Vinyl
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • ASIN: B00004WOLR
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,455,487 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A mouth like heroine 20 July 2001
Format:Audio CD
Very audacious. This is an album to provoke not only reactionary Christians but also goths who will dismiss anything that includes melody thus making them just as conformist as what they are rebelling against. What would have been the easy route would be Manson penning Antichrist Superstar (part 2) and watch the clash flow in from his army of copy cat spooky kids. Instead he offers an album that has deep thought and hugely insightful and cutting lyrics whilst being as superficial as to let shimmering funk take over in the studio.
The standout tracks are Great Big White World with it's pessimistic attack on conformity guided by compelling synths, The Dope Show - a glam-rock stomp that is very dancable and pokes fun at his thick detractors, I Want To Disappear which is pure nihilism but desperately wants something better and sympathises with a teenager dismissed as trash, and I Don't Like The Drugs (But The Drugs Like Me), Manson is the master of cynicism and awe-inspringly blends gospel into goth-metal. Fantastic.
Weak tracks are Disaccociative and The Speed Of Pain which tend to drag on and try a bit too hard to be haunting.
This is an album well worth investigation for it's imagination, intelligence and f*** you insincerity whilst still affirming you.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A soulful, touching work of art 29 April 2002
Format:Audio CD
Pure and undiluted, this album is Manson at his best. More greiving than 'Tourniquet', more sorrowful then 'Man that you fear', more full of regrets than 'Minute of decay', and in places angrier than anything from Portrait, this is a stunning musical attack by the master of music.
The basic premise is that of Omega, an alien visitor coming to earth with his greatest love (and also greatest hate) Coma White beside him. The album spirals upwards through the revalations he undergoes while on earth, I wont list them here because it's definnitely an experience everyone should have for themselves. And thats what this is, its more than an album, its an experience.
The album opens with the track 'Great big white world' and your jaw drops......Madonna Wayne Gracy is as much responsible for this album as Manson himself, his keyboard skills are enough to bring tears to your eyes. There is no other word possible than 'genius' for what he adds to this album. Notable songs are 'Mechanical Animals', 'Speed of pain' and 'Coma White'
But the best song on the album.....in fact the best song ever written by anyone ever (better than Emperor, better than Cradle, better than anyone) is 'The last day on earth' this song almost had me crying its so beautiful (yes I am male). The live version (available on the Last Tour On Earth album) is even better, adding aucoustic guitar and even more powerful vocals.
This is classic, Manson is a music God and always will remain so, buy this album right way up, buy it upside down, buy it while wearing full-gothic make up, or buy it dressed as a preist, whatever way suits you, just buy this album
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Manson album for everyone 21 Jun 2001
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
After the ear-bashing of the superb Antichrist Superstar, Mechanical Animals is a step down. Once again it tells the story of someone being twisted by American society, though this time it is the film industry and its drugs culture which come under fire. The story is started by reading a large block of writing at the start of the manual by placing the blue CD case over a yellow and green splurge, an intruiging and very Mansonish element. Marilyn Manson incorporates glam rock with its original heavy metal brilliantly, resulting in an album which anyone can enjoy, with high, songs, low songs, quiet songs and loud songs. A girl, Coma White, who adorns the front cover of the album, is the focus of the album. She is taken in by the beauty-filled drug culture of the film industry (Dope Show, New Model 15) used (Rock is Dead, Posthuman) Abused (User Friendly, Dont Like the Drugs) and left to rot (Fundametally Loathsome, Coma White). The songs are not in the chronological order of the story, the order is found in the booklet However this isnt an album you'll want to study, youll want to listen to it. The moshing tunes of Rock is Dead, Posthuman, I Want to Dissapear and New Model 15 are the best, whilst the Dope Show and User Friendly are glam rock with MMs trademark touch of cynism. Mechanical Animals stands alone as a brilliant piece of pure rock, whilst Dont Like the Drugs is experimentation taken to the extreme, with gospel singers adding an unusaul touch. The rest of the album is slow, melodic songs which blend excellently with the more upbeat ones. They include the stark Great Big White World, the moaning almost-love-songs Speed of Pain, Fundametally Loathsome and Last Day on Earth, Dissasociative with its chorus crying out for help, and the beautifully sad Coma White which finishes off the album with a flourish. MA is much easier to listen to than any other MM album, and this makes it second only to ACS. A great blend of every emotion possible.
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5.0 out of 5 stars fantasticly done.... His darkest ever. 14 Feb 2004
Format:Audio CD
This is quite easily the best work from Manson.Allthough it cost him fans and caused him rejection,from a goth crowd.When it's easily his darkest bleakest darkest gothic reccord but at the same time his most sleazy and glam because it's split between Maralyn manson...a dark alien figure whos haunted by what would appear to be thing or fabtasy woman called "Coma White"..and he provides the bleak dark deppression of this album with his distain with the world.
Then we have Omega and the mechnical Annimals...his alter ego..a drugged up Sleaze/glam rock band..with drug fulled party anthems with clear gothic/industrial leanings.
Standout songs being..."Great big white world","New model No.15",
"Mechanical Annimals","Dissacociative","Posthuman","last day on earth" and of course the most beautiful song he's ever written "Coma white".As you can see the better songcome from the Manson chracter..but songs like "The Dope show" and "Rock is dead" from Onega are good too.
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5.0 out of 5 stars COPS & QUEERS!
Manson has always fascinated me as an intelligent and Avant garde performance artist. His art goes beyond "rock genres" and is more akin to theatre or (at times) a grotesque... Read more
Published 3 months ago by Olly Hibble
5.0 out of 5 stars Best Album!!
This is Mansons best work in my opinion apart from the Holywood album. Almost every song is great! It sounds amazing on my Iphone and comes with lyrics in the book which i love as... Read more
Published 15 months ago by Mr. Ian P. Lock
5.0 out of 5 stars I've had this album for years, for some reason my copy of Coma White...
Fantastic Manson album, makes a few good statements and the tracks are very easy to listen to. It differs nicely from Antichrist Superstar and shows another side of the man.
Published 16 months ago by Sytri
4.0 out of 5 stars album
i think this was marylin manson's best album i have heard. I haven't got the new one yet though to check out. Mechanical animals is kinda poppy. Good listening!
Published 22 months ago by trudie
4.0 out of 5 stars Amazing
"Im not in synch to your world" An amazing album that like bowie brought up themes of alienation and isolation. Its all meant to be split between Omega and Alpha but who cares. Read more
Published on 6 Feb 2011 by R. Martin
5.0 out of 5 stars Oh My!!!!!!!!
Mmmmmmmmmm I love this cd, I think it is his best work ever.
The music rocks, the lyrics are deep, edgy and sexy. Read more
Published on 4 Aug 2009 by Melloney
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome.
Only songs on here I don't care for are Rock Is Dead (bleh bleh bleh, boring - also, aren't later efforts Disposable Teens and mOBSCENE damn near identical to this one? Read more
Published on 13 April 2008 by Mr. A. Anson
5.0 out of 5 stars Stands The Test Of Time
What can i write that somebody wont of already said. One of the most controversial artists of our times, not only for his appearance and brutal onslaught at the mainstream and... Read more
Published on 16 Mar 2008 by mister superstar
5.0 out of 5 stars Jonney from Leicester, UK
This is Mansons second best album (first is Holywood), it has less consistent goodsongs then Holywood but does include some of his best ever songs such as Great Big White World,... Read more
Published on 31 Jan 2004 by Barbara Buck
5.0 out of 5 stars Another breathatking masterpiece. Well done Marilyn Manson!
Mechanical Animals – A tale far away from the Antichrist Superstar world that Manson became famous for, Mechanical Animals tells the tale of the future society –... Read more
Published on 28 Jan 2004 by P. Limmer
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