The self-proclaimed Antichrist Superstar has had quite a career. And some of it has not been shared with enthusiasm among his fans. The Eat Me, Drink Me record was acceptable enough in my opinion, but The High End Of Low just jumped the shark. Born Villain was more of a return to form, but we all know we miss the old Manson. Antichrist Superstar, Mechanical Animals, Holy Wood (In The Shadow Of The Valley Of Death), and Golden Age Of Grotesque are all records that we know and love from the shock-rocker, and this greatest hits collection embodies all of the singles spawned from those eras. The highlights are all here, even the two singles from Portrait Of An American Family are here, "Lunchbox" and "Get Your Gunn". The most memorable songs however are, "The Love Song" an ode to the sonic shading of Mechanical Animals, and the ugly mechanical industrial metal of Antichrist Superstar. "The Fight Song" with its punk-playground anthem qualities. "The Dope Show" with its silly, but catchy lyrical content. "Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This") (well obviously), with its melodic crooning to harsh screaming build-up explosion, and "Tourniquet" and "The Reflecting God". These are songs to treasure from Manson, as they are his best moments. The ones from the non-dark ages. I'm proud to have this in my collection, and not ashamed in the slightest. I don't consider Lest We Forget - The Best Of to be a guilty pleasure. If it is, then hell, its my and several others guilty pleasure.