Marilyn Manson

Marilyn Manson, eponymous band of the lead singer of the same name, is an American industrial rock outfit, based in Hollywood, California.

History of the band

As a band, Marilyn Manson got their start in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in 1989 as Marilyn Manson & the Spooky Kids. Marilyn Manson's early presentation had a more comic-bookish, Scooby Doo-style than the dark, brooding style of their later image.

The band received little attention outside Florida until they were noticed by Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor. Marilyn Manson's first CD, Portrait of an American Family was released on Reznor's Nothing Records label.

The band's lineup has changed several times since its inception, with the exception of Manson himself. Until 1996, the name of each band member was created by combining the first name of a female pop culture icon and the last name of a serial killer; Manson's name a combination of the names of Marilyn Monroe and cult leader Charles Manson.

The members of the band dress in often bizarre costumes, and have developed a devoted fan base both for their music and their sometimes shocking behavior (see also KISS and Alice Cooper).

Manson's lyrics have frequently been called offensive and obscene, and protests and petitions have successfully had the group banned from performing. In 1997, the owner of Calgary's Max Bell Centre had Manson's July 25 show canceled, citing "immorality" and the band's "use of animals on stage." Another concert in Portland was canceled a few days later due to Manson's reputation, and the venue's inability to get insurance for the gig. That November 6, U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Oversight of Government Management and Restructuring held a public hearing on the effect of violent rock and rap lyrics on kids. Manson supporters claim it was merely another salvo in Joseph Lieberman's declared war on the band. The hearing featured the testimony of Raymond Kuntz, of Burlington, North Dakota, who blamed his son's suicide on Antichrist Superstar, which Lieberman denounced as "vile, hateful, nihilistic and damaging."

Following the Columbine High School massacre, there were accusations that killers Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold were influenced by Manson's music (along with that of other bands in the gothic/industrial genre), despite statements by both Harris and Klebold that they were not fans of Manson. Out of respect for the victims, Manson canceled appearances in Denver until the 2001 Ozzfest. In the critically acclaimed documentary Bowling for Columbine, Michael Moore interviewed Manson about the tragedy. When asked what he would say to the two if he had a chance to talk to them before the killings, Manson replied "I wouldn't say a single word to them; I would listen to what they have to say, and that's what no one did."

Manson is often described as a follower and ordained minister of the Church of Satan. This, however, is not strictly true; he was appointed as honorary Reverend by late founder Anton LaVey. Unlike being an ordained minister, a Reverend of the Church of Satan is one who is revered by the Church for some reason – regardless of their connections to it — while a priest or minister is one who dedicates their life to preaching the religion to others. Nevertheless, some fans refer to him as the Rev. Marilyn Manson.

Although Manson's philosophy and behavior on occasion seems anti-Christian, this is not the same as being Satanic. On May 16, 2001, it was announced on the ReligionToday website that Manson planned to quote the Bible at his next concert, to "balance out" his violent lyrics, "so we can examine the virtues of wonderful Christian stories of disease, murder, adultery, suicide and child sacrifice. Now that seems like entertainment to me." Christians have reportedly tried on occasion to let Manson know that they are praying for his salvation.

Manson has released Lest We Forget, a greatest hits album including a cover of "Personal Jesus", a Depeche Mode hit. It also contains a bonus DVD with most of the band's music videos, excluding "Tainted Love" and "(s)AINT". Manson has called this album his "farewell" album, but it is not his last album.

Manson himself is not trained as a musician, thus the music is written largly by others, then Manson writes the lyrics. His most popular cd, Antichrist Svperstar was largly composed by Trent Reznor (of Nine Inch Nails) and Twiggy Ramirez. That CD has a very strong NIN sound. The followup CDs, Mechanical Animals and Holywood, were mostly composed by Twiggy alone, with Manson adding his own touches. After the departure of Twiggy in 02, Tim Skold was added to the band and The Golden Age of Grotesque has a very similar sound to his earlier works with KMFDM.

Manson on the Internet

Manson frequently broadcasted messages and interacted with his listeners on his official website from the release of Mechanical Animals until some time after Holy Wood was released. Fans could expect a short film to be available for download every few weeks. Often these films were monologues by Manson responding to fan questions or media announcements, and other films were obscure recordings from his studio. His participation gradually dropped off and since The Golden Age of Grotesque, almost no new content has appeared there.

Manson also released companion websites spawned from his concept albums. Mechanical Animals was companioned by Comawhite.com, an interactive online maze which led users to various drug and rose themed graphics, and links to hidden sections of his main website.

Holy Wood was companioned with the website Celebritarian.com, which featured a provoking questionnaire and a diagram showing that a human does not have a soul until age 10. An additional website, [ThisAsValentinesDay.com], featured a headline announcing JFK's death.

The Manson BBS was opened up after Mechanical Animals and was a very active forum in subjects other than the band. Discussion of art, politics, news and current events raged on in classic message board style. There was much debate on the meanings and interpretations of various lyrics, diagrams, or pictures featured in his album cover art--especially that of Holy Wood. Manson would occasionally interject on discussions along these lines.

For reasons unknown, the BBS was removed, then reintroduced a few months later, and removed again. The user base sharply declined and its uniqueness vanished as many classic members never returned.

Current members

  • Marilyn Manson (Brian Warner) - Vocals
  • Ginger Fish (Kenny Wilson) - Drums
  • Madonna Wayne (M.W.) Gacy a.k.a Pogo (Stephen Bier, Jr.) - Keyboards & Alt. Drums
  • Tim Skold - Bass Guitar
  • Mark Chaussee - Lead Guitar

Chris Vrenna of Tweaker, (formerly of Nine Inch Nails), will be playing drums on the Against All Gods US tour dates filling in for Ginger Fish. The substitution came as a result of Ginger sustaining several injuries while performing at the VIVA Comet Awards in Germany including a fractured arm and a broken nose. He is expected to make a full recovery within several weeks.

Mark Chaussee has taken over from John 5 and will play lead guitar

In October 2004, it was learned Marilyn Manson was planning to marry girlfriend, stripper Dita von Teese, at a castle in Germany in November. The couple have dated since 2000. He was previously engaged to actress Rose McGowan.

Past members

  • Daisy Berkowitz (Scott Putesky) - guitar, bass, programming 1990-1996
  • Sara Lee Lucas (Freddy Streithorst) - drums 1990-1995
  • Gidget Gein (Brad Stewart) - bass 1990-1993
  • John 5 (John Lowery) - guitar 1998-2004
  • Twiggy Ramirez (Jeordie White) - bass/guitar 1993-2002
  • Zim Zum (Michael Linton) - guitar 1996-1998
  • Zsa Zsa Speck (Perry Pandrea) - keyboard 1990-1991
  • Olivia Newton Bundy (Brian Tutunick) - bass 1991

Discography

Studio Albums

  1. Portrait of an American Family (1994)
  2. Antichrist Superstar (1996)
  3. Mechanical Animals (1998)
  4. Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death) (2000)
  5. The Golden Age of Grotesque (2003)

Compilations and remixes

  • Smells Like Children (1995)
  • Remix and Repent (1997)
  • Lest We Forget (2004)

EPs and demos

  • The Raw Boned Psalms (early 1990)
  • Beaver Meat Cleaver Beat (early 1990)
  • Big Black Bus (summer 1990)
  • Grist-O-Line (fall/winter 1990)
  • After School Special (January 1991)
  • Lunchbox (1991)
  • The Family Jams (mid 1992)
  • Untitled ("Refrigerator") (early 1993)

Concerts and Lives

  • Live As Hell - Radio Show '92 (1993)
  • The Last Tour On Earth (1999)

Music videos

From Portrait of an American Family

  • Get Your Gunn
  • Lunchbox
  • Dope Hat

From Smells Like Children

  • Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)

From Antichrist Superstar

  • The Beautiful People
  • Tourniquet
  • Cryptorchid
  • Man That You Fear

From the Spawn Soundtrack

  • Long Hard Road Out Of Hell

From Mechanical Animals

  • The Dope Show
  • Rock Is Dead
  • I Don't Like the Drugs, But The Drugs Like Me
  • Coma White

From Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death)

  • The Fight Song
  • Disposable Teens
  • The Nobodies

From the Not Another Teen Movie Soundtrack

  • Tainted Love

From The Golden Age of Grotesque

  • mOBSCENE
  • This Is the New Shit
  • (s)AINT

From Lest We Forget

  • Personal Jesus

Tour history

  • Against All Gods (2004-2005)
  • Grotesk Burlesk (2003-2004)
  • Ozzfest 2003
  • Ozzfest 2001
  • Guns, God and Government (2000-2001)
  • Mechanical Animals Promo (1998-1999)
  • Rock Is Dead (1997-1998)
  • Dead to the World (1996-1997)
  • Smells Like Children (1995-1996)
  • Portrait of an American Family (1994-1995)

Biographies

  • Official: The Long Hard Road Out of Hell, 1998 Regan Paperback ISBN 0060987464
  • Unauthorized: Dissecting Marilyn Manson, 2002 Plexus Paperback ISBN 0859653293

Video releases

  • Lest We Forget (2004) (The deluxe edition comes with a bonus DVD featuring all Marilyn Manson's music videos excluding Astonishing Panorama of the Endtimes and Tainted Love).
  • Doppelherz (2003) (DVD, comes only with the limited edition of The Golden Age of Grotesque).
  • Guns, God and Government (DVD & VHS) (2002) - a documentary of the Guns, God and Government tour.
  • Dead to the World (VHS) (1998) - a documentary of the Dead to the World tour.
  • God Is in the T.V. (VHS) (1999) - a collection of all band's music videos (from Get Your Gunn to Coma White) plus an hour of live footage of the Rock Is Dead tour.

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From Lest We Forget. All albums are now also available for purchase and download as Windows Media, MP3, and/or lossless FLAC files from the Dave Matthews Band website. From The Golden Age of Grotesque.
. From the Not Another Teen Movie Soundtrack. [3] (http://www.dmbnewstudioalbum.com/). From Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death). DMB also hosts a new website containing current information, videos, and audio samples from the new album.

From Mechanical Animals. The album, Stand Up, is slated for release on May 10, 2005. From the Spawn Soundtrack. In the fall of 2004, the Dave Matthews Band returned to their studio in Charlottesville, Virginia with a new producer, Mark Batson. From Antichrist Superstar. Three private lawsuits have been filed against the band and bus driver Stefan Wohl as a result of this incident. From Smells Like Children. [2] (http://www.davematthewsband.com/news/news_popup_update_to_chicago.asp) On the same day, the band donated $50,000 each to the environmental groups Friends of the Chicago River and The Chicago Park District. On January 19, 2005, Cook County filed criminal charges against bus driver Stefan Wohl, accusing him of reckless conduct and discharging contaminates to cause water pollution.

From Portrait of an American Family. On October 22, 2004, the band released a statement for the first time about the incident. He was previously engaged to actress Rose McGowan. Even though the band denies that it happened, Chicago police claim to have surveillance tapes from local businesses showing the bus on the bridge at the time of the incident.[1] (http://www.thesmokinggun.com/archive/0825042_dave_matthews_1.html) No band members were on their buses at the time of the alleged incident. The couple have dated since 2000. On August 8, 2004, the Illinois attorney general alleges that a driver of the band's tour buses dumped "80 to 100 gallons of liquid human waste" into a Chicago river architectural tour boat. In October 2004, it was learned Marilyn Manson was planning to marry girlfriend, stripper Dita von Teese, at a castle in Germany in November. Not only did the band release music in 2004, but it was also accused of releasing human waste into the Chicago river.

Mark Chaussee has taken over from John 5 and will play lead guitar. The second release, DMB Live Volume 2: 9.12.04 Golden Gate Park, included the guitarist Carlos Santana and gave fans previews of newly-penned songs "Joyride", "Hello Again", and "Sugar Will", all presumably destined for release on a 2005 studio album. He is expected to make a full recovery within several weeks. The first such release, DMB Live Volume 1: 12.8.98 Worcester, MA, featured guests Tim Reynolds, Béla Fleck, and Jeff Coffin and had been nearly universally accepted as one of the greatest shows in the Band's history. The substitution came as a result of Ginger sustaining several injuries while performing at the VIVA Comet Awards in Germany including a fractured arm and a broken nose. Later in the year it was announced that highlights from the Band's extensive live archives would be available for purchase via the official website. Chris Vrenna of Tweaker, (formerly of Nine Inch Nails), will be playing drums on the Against All Gods US tour dates filling in for Ginger Fish. The Band also released a 6-disc CD set from the same run featuring all three nights, with each night spanning across two CDs.

The user base sharply declined and its uniqueness vanished as many classic members never returned. In June, "Dave Matthews Band: The Gorge", a combination 2-CD/1-DVD set with highlights from their 3-night tour closer at The Gorge in George, WA from 2002, was sold in stores. For reasons unknown, the BBS was removed, then reintroduced a few months later, and removed again. 2004 saw the band release more music than any previous year. Manson would occasionally interject on discussions along these lines. The live release highlighted songs from both Everyday and Busted Stuff. Discussion of art, politics, news and current events raged on in classic message board style. There was much debate on the meanings and interpretations of various lyrics, diagrams, or pictures featured in his album cover art--especially that of Holy Wood. Produced by Stephen Harris, the recording engineer under Lillywhite on previous albums, the resulting CD provided new treatments of much of the Lillywhite Sessions material, along with newly written songs "You Never Know" and the hit single "Where Are You Going?". Busted Stuff received moderate critical and commercial success and was generally well-received by the band's fanbase. Later that year the band released its fourth live album, Live at Folsom Field, Boulder, Colorado, recorded July 11, 2001.

The Manson BBS was opened up after Mechanical Animals and was a very active forum in subjects other than the band. In 2002 the band returned to the studio to record Busted Stuff. An additional website, [ThisAsValentinesDay.com], featured a headline announcing JFK's death. The Lillywhite Sessions would, however, finally have their chance to shine. Holy Wood was companioned with the website Celebritarian.com, which featured a provoking questionnaire and a diagram showing that a human does not have a soul until age 10. Tracks such as "Bartender", "Captain", and "Grace is Gone" caused many to wonder aloud whether the band had thrown away its best (albeit unfinished) work. Mechanical Animals was companioned by Comawhite.com, an interactive online maze which led users to various drug and rose themed graphics, and links to hidden sections of his main website. After critical comparison of the two simultaneous albums, many fans were frustrated with the band's decision to scrap the work in exchange for "Everyday".

Manson also released companion websites spawned from his concept albums. Better known as The Lillywhite Sessions, this rough album was universally lauded by both the fanbase and the popular press. His participation gradually dropped off and since The Golden Age of Grotesque, almost no new content has appeared there. Over established internet channels such as the Dave Matthews Band Mailing List, the tracks spread like wildfire. Often these films were monologues by Manson responding to fan questions or media announcements, and other films were obscure recordings from his studio. The conflict came full circle when, in March of 2001, the 2000 studio sessions with producer Steve Lillywhite were leaked on the internet. Fans could expect a short film to be available for download every few weeks. Its poppy, slick sound (including Dave Matthews' first ever recording sessions on electric guitar) was a great departure from the band's previous work and the complete antithesis of the songs recorded with Lillywhite.

Manson frequently broadcasted messages and interacted with his listeners on his official website from the release of Mechanical Animals until some time after Holy Wood was released. But like the band itself, the fanbase was disappointed with the release. After the departure of Twiggy in 02, Tim Skold was added to the band and The Golden Age of Grotesque has a very similar sound to his earlier works with KMFDM. The February 2001 release of Everyday was a huge commercial success—the singles "I Did It", "The Space Between" and "Everyday" gained the band an even larger level of popularity. The followup CDs, Mechanical Animals and Holywood, were mostly composed by Twiggy alone, with Manson adding his own touches. Drummer Carter Beauford's sarcastic jibe that the band had "charts and everything" ready for them shines light on a session where the band, which had in the past collectively composed its music, was turned into a backing band for Matthews with no creative input. That CD has a very strong NIN sound. In the end, the album was completed but the band seemed unsatisfied.

His most popular cd, Antichrist Svperstar was largly composed by Trent Reznor (of Nine Inch Nails) and Twiggy Ramirez. While the album gave the band a much-needed fresh start, Ballard's slick pop-music approach to production was very different from the creative process used to produce previous studio albums. Manson himself is not trained as a musician, thus the music is written largly by others, then Manson writes the lyrics. The band soon joined Matthews in a Los Angeles studio, quickly recording what was to become Everyday. Manson has called this album his "farewell" album, but it is not his last album. In October 2000, an energized Matthews began writing with Glen Ballard, most famous for his work with Alanis Morissette. It also contains a bonus DVD with most of the band's music videos, excluding "Tainted Love" and "(s)AINT". Some believe the band was unhappy with the atmosphere of the songs and frustrated with Lillywhite's often perfectionist style of production, while others believe Lillywhite was made into a scapegoat for the band's lack of professionalism during the recording sessions.

Manson has released Lest We Forget, a greatest hits album including a cover of "Personal Jesus", a Depeche Mode hit. In August of 2000 the sessions were scrapped and the band's seven-year relationship with Lillywhite was over. Now that seems like entertainment to me." Christians have reportedly tried on occasion to let Manson know that they are praying for his salvation. In the end, the studio sessions were a failure. On May 16, 2001, it was announced on the ReligionToday website that Manson planned to quote the Bible at his next concert, to "balance out" his violent lyrics, "so we can examine the virtues of wonderful Christian stories of disease, murder, adultery, suicide and child sacrifice. The band's attentions wandered during the seemingly never-ending recording sessions; they spent more time riding four-wheelers through the countryside and playing video games than writing or recording music. Although Manson's philosophy and behavior on occasion seems anti-Christian, this is not the same as being Satanic. Heavily influenced by personal conflicts, notably the death of his uncle and his resulting alcoholism, the songs recorded with Lillywhite rank as some of the darkest Matthews has ever written.

Marilyn Manson. With longtime producer Steve Lillywhite at the helm, the band began work on a fourth studio album. Unlike being an ordained minister, a Reverend of the Church of Satan is one who is revered by the Church for some reason – regardless of their connections to it — while a priest or minister is one who dedicates their life to preaching the religion to others. Nevertheless, some fans refer to him as the Rev. During the year 2000, the band set up its own recording studio in a large house in the country outside Charlottesville, Virginia. This, however, is not strictly true; he was appointed as honorary Reverend by late founder Anton LaVey. The Dave Matthews Band is taper-friendly. Manson is often described as a follower and ordained minister of the Church of Satan. While Dave Matthews Band are unquestionably the driving influence behind this sub-genre as it exists today, the style arguably owes its roots to Widespread Panic of Athens, Georgia.

When asked what he would say to the two if he had a chance to talk to them before the killings, Manson replied "I wouldn't say a single word to them; I would listen to what they have to say, and that's what no one did.". It's perhaps more accurate to state that the band's music and that of the many bands influenced by it is a breakaway sub-genre of jam band. In the critically acclaimed documentary Bowling for Columbine, Michael Moore interviewed Manson about the tragedy. Arguments have raged throughout both the Dave Matthews Band's fanbase and online communities dedicated to discussing bands such as Phish and the Grateful Dead as to whether or not they are a true jam band. Out of respect for the victims, Manson canceled appearances in Denver until the 2001 Ozzfest. In 1999 the band released two live albums: Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds Live at Luther College, from a 1996 acoustic concert played by Matthews and longtime friend guitarist Tim Reynolds, and Listener Supported, a concert from September 1999 that was also partially shown on PBS. Following the Columbine High School massacre, there were accusations that killers Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold were influenced by Manson's music (along with that of other bands in the gothic/industrial genre), despite statements by both Harris and Klebold that they were not fans of Manson. Instead of relying on upbeat hit singles, the album as a whole stunned many with its complexity and would be regarded as the band's greatest studio effort.

The hearing featured the testimony of Raymond Kuntz, of Burlington, North Dakota, who blamed his son's suicide on Antichrist Superstar, which Lieberman denounced as "vile, hateful, nihilistic and damaging.". Before These Crowded Streets represented a great change in direction. Manson supporters claim it was merely another salvo in Joseph Lieberman's declared war on the band. In late 1997 the band returned to the studio with producer Steve Lillywhite and an array of collaborators, including banjoist Béla Fleck, vocalist Alanis Morissette, guitarist Tim Reynolds, keyboardist Butch Taylor, and the Kronos Quartet, to compose and record Before These Crowded Streets, their third album with RCA. That November 6, U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Oversight of Government Management and Restructuring held a public hearing on the effect of violent rock and rap lyrics on kids. This album featured popular songs from the band's three previous albums and included longtime collaborator and guitarist Tim Reynolds. In 1997, the owner of Calgary's Max Bell Centre had Manson's July 25 show canceled, citing "immorality" and the band's "use of animals on stage." Another concert in Portland was canceled a few days later due to Manson's reputation, and the venue's inability to get insurance for the gig. To combat an increasingly and illegally profitable bootleg market, the band released a live album, Live at Red Rocks 8-15-95.

Manson's lyrics have frequently been called offensive and obscene, and protests and petitions have successfully had the group banned from performing. By 1997, the band had reached great popularity across the country and, to some degree, the world. The members of the band dress in often bizarre costumes, and have developed a devoted fan base both for their music and their sometimes shocking behavior (see also KISS and Alice Cooper). Featuring the hit single "Crash Into Me", as well as fan-favorites such as "Two Step", "Tripping Billies", and the Grammy-winning "So Much to Say", Crash would go on to be the band's best selling album. Until 1996, the name of each band member was created by combining the first name of a female pop culture icon and the last name of a serial killer; Manson's name a combination of the names of Marilyn Monroe and cult leader Charles Manson. For most of America, Crash was the record that put the Dave Matthews Band on the map. The band's lineup has changed several times since its inception, with the exception of Manson himself. This was followed by Crash (1996).

Marilyn Manson's first CD, Portrait of an American Family was released on Reznor's Nothing Records label. Under the Table and Dreaming would be the first of three albums released under Lillywhite's direction. The band received little attention outside Florida until they were noticed by Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor. (Keyboardist Griesar left the band in 1993, shortly before the release of "Remember Two Things".) After signing to RCA Records, Dave Matthews Band, under the direction of producer Steve Lillywhite, released Under the Table and Dreaming in 1994, a critical and popular smash that firmly established the band's style of pop-rock with improvisational leanings. Marilyn Manson's early presentation had a more comic-bookish, Scooby Doo-style than the dark, brooding style of their later image. In the early 1990s, the band established a cult following through relentless touring, an active taping community, and an independent LP, Remember Two Things. As a band, Marilyn Manson got their start in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in 1989 as Marilyn Manson & the Spooky Kids. Dave Matthews Band is an American jam band, originally formed in Charlottesville, Virginia in 1991 by bartender Dave Matthews, bassist Stefan Lessard, Leroi Moore, who plays a wide variety of instruments from the saxophone to the flute, violin player Boyd Tinsley, drummer Carter Beauford, and keyboardist Peter Griesar, all of whom Dave met in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Marilyn Manson, eponymous band of the lead singer of the same name, is an American industrial rock outfit, based in Hollywood, California. Download sample of a live cover of Bob Marley's "Redemption Song". God Is in the T.V. (VHS) (1999) - a collection of all band's music videos (from Get Your Gunn to Coma White) plus an hour of live footage of the Rock Is Dead tour. 2003 - True Reflections. Dead to the World (VHS) (1998) - a documentary of the Dead to the World tour. 2003 - Some Devil. Guns, God and Government (DVD & VHS) (2002) - a documentary of the Guns, God and Government tour. 1999 - Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds Live at Luther College (live album, 2 CD).

Doppelherz (2003) (DVD, comes only with the limited edition of The Golden Age of Grotesque). 1993 - Remember Two Things (independent release; contains studio and live tracks). Lest We Forget (2004) (The deluxe edition comes with a bonus DVD featuring all Marilyn Manson's music videos excluding Astonishing Panorama of the Endtimes and Tainted Love). 1994 - Under the Table and Dreaming (first release under the RCA recording label). Unauthorized: Dissecting Marilyn Manson, 2002 Plexus Paperback ISBN 0859653293. 1996 - Crash. Official: The Long Hard Road Out of Hell, 1998 Regan Paperback ISBN 0060987464. 1997 - Live at Red Rocks 8-15-95 (live album, 2 CD).

Portrait of an American Family (1994-1995). 1998 - Before These Crowded Streets (Only DMB studio album available on vinyl). Smells Like Children (1995-1996). 1999 - Listener Supported (live DVD, taped for PBS's In the Spotlight special). Dead to the World (1996-1997). 1999 - Listener Supported (live album, 2 CD). Rock Is Dead (1997-1998). 2001 - Everyday.

Mechanical Animals Promo (1998-1999). 2001 - The Videos 1994-2001 (DVD collection of music videos). Guns, God and Government (2000-2001). 2001 - Live in Chicago 12.19.98 (live album, 2 CD). Ozzfest 2001. 2002 - Busted Stuff. Ozzfest 2003. 2002 - Live at Folsom Field, Boulder, Colorado (live DVD).

Grotesk Burlesk (2003-2004). 2002 - Live at Folsom Field, Boulder, Colorado (live album, 2 CD). Against All Gods (2004-2005). 2003 - The Central Park Concert (live DVD). Personal Jesus. 2003 - The Central Park Concert (live album, 3 CD). (s)AINT. 2004 - The Gorge (live album, 2 CD & 1 DVD set).

This Is the New Shit. 2004 - The Gorge (live album, 6 CD box set). mOBSCENE. 2004 - DMB Live Volume 1: 12.8.98 Worcester, MA (live album, 2 CD). Tainted Love. 2004 - DMB Live Volume 2: 9.12.04 Golden Gate Park (live album, 2 CD). The Nobodies.

Disposable Teens. The Fight Song. Coma White. I Don't Like the Drugs, But The Drugs Like Me.

Rock Is Dead. The Dope Show. Long Hard Road Out Of Hell. Man That You Fear.

Cryptorchid. Tourniquet. The Beautiful People. Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This).

Dope Hat. Lunchbox. Get Your Gunn. The Last Tour On Earth (1999).

Live As Hell - Radio Show '92 (1993). Untitled ("Refrigerator") (early 1993). The Family Jams (mid 1992). Lunchbox (1991).

After School Special (January 1991). Grist-O-Line (fall/winter 1990). Big Black Bus (summer 1990). Beaver Meat Cleaver Beat (early 1990).

The Raw Boned Psalms (early 1990). Lest We Forget (2004). Remix and Repent (1997). Smells Like Children (1995).

The Golden Age of Grotesque (2003). Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death) (2000). Mechanical Animals (1998). Antichrist Superstar (1996).

Portrait of an American Family (1994). Olivia Newton Bundy (Brian Tutunick) - bass 1991. Zsa Zsa Speck (Perry Pandrea) - keyboard 1990-1991. Zim Zum (Michael Linton) - guitar 1996-1998.

Twiggy Ramirez (Jeordie White) - bass/guitar 1993-2002. John 5 (John Lowery) - guitar 1998-2004. Gidget Gein (Brad Stewart) - bass 1990-1993. Sara Lee Lucas (Freddy Streithorst) - drums 1990-1995.

Daisy Berkowitz (Scott Putesky) - guitar, bass, programming 1990-1996. Mark Chaussee - Lead Guitar. Tim Skold - Bass Guitar. Drums.

Madonna Wayne (M.W.) Gacy a.k.a Pogo (Stephen Bier, Jr.) - Keyboards & Alt. Ginger Fish (Kenny Wilson) - Drums. Marilyn Manson (Brian Warner) - Vocals.

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