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I Don't Like the Drugs

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All-Reviews.com Music Review: I Don't Like the Drugs

Artist: Marilyn Manson
Genre: Heavy Metal
Release Date: March 1999


Review by DjBatman
3 stars out of 4

I must admit I used to hate Mr.Manson, a while ago. Today, after his last change in looks and direction, he seems a bit more original than the boring satanistic type of guy but still he says there will be further mutations and evolutions. Right now, anyway, he seems a cross between a drugged David Bowie and the demented son of Sigue Sigue Sputnik, and this might be interesting. He doesn't want to be mistaken for a Trent Reznor creature, and sometimes he even remixes his own tracks (I've recently heard one of is b-sides incorporating jazz samples and a jungle drum loop that has usually been territory of people like Underworld). I don't think I hate him; I still don't like Manson because I'm not convinced of his talent yet. But I'm definitely curious about his next moves. Then why did I dig this disc? Track 1 is the "Infected by the Scourge of the Earth" (aka Jimmy Cauty of KLF fame) mix, so this alone means it is worth getting the single, for me. Expect also some fragments from a rare recording of the Red Army Choir made by The KLF in back in 1993. As a bonus you get a Danny Saber remix, the original version and a "Drug Screen Saver" for your computer.

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