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  • Audio CD (15 Nov. 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Limited Edition
  • Label: Interscope
  • ASIN: B000031XAJ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 138,177 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Marilyn Manson will always cause people's eyes to roll; either people with enough taste to see through his poorly thought out faux-intellectualism (such as the whole Disney-Facist theme) or else people with a strong enough prejudice to simply write-off everything the man does because of his low points and cheesier gimmicks without giving the proper credit to the artistic and tasteful side of his repertoire.

This particular live album is arguably of the best live albums in recent times. With an energetic performance, a smooth production and a great track list it is everything that a good live album should be. At this stage in their career the band come across as more talented and vital in the live environment, expanding and improving upon already good songs 'I Don't like the Drugs' and 'The Reflecting God,' with altered lyrics and music that makes them even better than in their original forms.

The excellent and artistic songwriting of the Mechanical Animals and Antichrist Superstar albums comes across really well here, and even songs that predate this golden era like 'Get your Gunn' and even the cover-son 'Sweet Dreams,' (which many people will roll their eyes at) sound not just forgivable, but fantastic in their energetic and expanded live forms.

Sure Goths and twelve-year-olds will always flock to Manson, but that shouldn't stop everyone else from enjoying his work. Don't feel that you are too important to enjoy this great music just because you don't care for some of its fans. Manson is a great artist who may have some flaws, but the pros far outweigh the cons, or at least they did when this seminal live release was recorded.

In summary, if you like Marilyn Manson you will love this, and if you do it will prove to you why you should overwrite your preconceived notions about this awesome performer.
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If there is any way to do a live album, THIS IS IT!
Marilyn Manson has always been a cohesive well integrated band, but even the best bands can get waylaid by a live recorded performance that comes off as something far less than the quality of a studio album. Usually, what you get in the live album is a trade off. You get the hoped for energy of a live concert that the bit and piece singing and editing and engineering and mixing and re-mixing cannot hope to achieve. The trade-off is that, in a live concert, you can hear the voice of the singer as it really is, and it usually does not hold a candle to the re-verbed, echoed and "sweetened" voice you've listened to for so long on the studio releases.
In The Last Tour On Earth, we get the voice of Marilyn Manson that we have learned to know and love. This isn't a voice choked off by too many concert dates, late nights and an exhaustive need for a good night's sleep. Marilyn doesn't repeatedly ask the crowd how they feel or to sing along with him (he does it only once on the album. You can be a Devout Born Again Christian band, an Evil Satanic band, or a totally chaotic band, but at some point in your set, you damn well better follow tradition and invite the audience to sing along with you. G. G. Allin had a somewhat different approach. He invited the audience to kick his a** before he kicked theirs first. Such traditions are immutable). The album starts off with, the crowd and you can hear the murmur of anticipation as the lights are out and the music, ever so faintly, begins. Then the voice of Marilyn comes over the speakers and says "This isn't me, I'm not mechanical, over and over, fueling the suspense and as he does, the anticipation finds its voice in an encouraging cheer.
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I only heard this Album after being into Marilyn Manson for a few years, and on my first listening I was unimpressed. Once I'd left the bar and given my friend his his portable CD player back, I listened to it on my own lamentably poor stereo system. IT WAS INCREDIBLE. I'd heard Marilyn Manson wasn't so good live. Never trust anyone else's opinions. The adrenaline you can get just from a few songs is probably illegal... The only real drawback was the fact that Marilyn's best songs are slow and depressing, such as Man That You Fear, which wouldn't fit in, so we are left with the less, uhm, intelligent pieces. Still, it seems to convey the atmostphere of a live band very well indeed... all I need now is a crowd of drunken idiots...
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This album is amazing. Some bands just can't cut it live but Marilyn Manson are not one of them. The songs sound a lot heavier live than on record. Manson leads the band with a stunning vocal performance that has the crowd baying for more, the music is so powerfull but never loses any of the melody. If you like Marilyn Manson this is a must buy, but if you consider yourself a music lover of any kind then you must buy this disc along with all the other studio recordings this band have made. The very best.
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This has to be Manson's best album. Altgough I haven't heard most of the other albums, I also own Mechanical Animals, which is also brill! I was a bit disappointed when I first got this album because most of the songs were taken from Mechanical animals, but when I actually listened to the album I realised that it was the best Manson album because it just has a lot more energy put behind the Manson's vocals and it has slightly different lyrics from the originals. My personal favourites are "Lunchbox", "Irresponsible Hate Anthem", "Beautiful People" and "Sweet Dreams" A MUST for every Manson fan and an album I would recommend for anyone deciding to try Manson, BUY THIS ALBUM ITS THE BEST
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