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Marilyn Manson ranked

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1Marilyn Manson
Antichrist Superstar


I fucking love this album. Everything from the atmosphere (in part thanks to Trent Reznor), the concept, the shock value, the flow, everything. One of my all time favorites, have a lot of great memories in the 90s jamming this back when every parent on the planet was trying to hide this from their kids. I still jam this all the time. "Reflecting God" will probably always be my favorite Manson song.
2Marilyn Manson
Holy Wood


I pretty much love this for most of the same reasons that I love that Antichrist Superstar, minus the intense industrial tone that is present in AS. 19 songs long and there isn't a single track that I ever skip. This was thematically such an impactful album at the time of its release, it always brings me back. This is also probably his most metal album, which for me is a plus.
3Marilyn Manson
Mechanical Animals


This album is filled with classics. "Coma White" and "Great Big White World" bring all the feelz. Also this was a fun time to see Brian go on all of the famous talk shows in drag. It confused the hell out of my dad at the time.
4Marilyn Manson
The Golden Age of Grotesque


Not quite as awesome as the trilogy, but there's still a ton of great songs here. Some tracks are a bit more immature than usual, but the fire is still definitely there.
5Marilyn Manson
Heaven Upside Down


Have had this on repeat since last night. It still doesn't have the same kind of energy of his early days, but it does bring back some of those memories with the darker tone and the lyrical content. I'm pretty excited to hear what other fans think of this record, as I personally don't dislike any track off of this album yet.
6Marilyn Manson
The Pale Emperor


Honestly, I can see a lot of people preferring this to "Heaven Upside Down" and I wouldn't have much to say to them except that I just prefer the style of HUD more, but this is a pretty goddamn awesome album - the style doesn't click with me, but when I'm in the right mood for it, it's perfect. Lyrically this is much better than anything he has done since Holy Wood and it felt pretty great to finally get an album by MM that I fully enjoy for the first time since 2003.
7Marilyn Manson
Portrait of an American Family


Serious old school production going on here and a lot of it doesn't really age too well, but there are still some classics - "Get Your Gunn", "Cake and Sodomy", "Dope Hat", and "Lunchbox" still get a lot of listens from me whenever I'm on a MM kick.
8Marilyn Manson
Born Villain


I like a couple of songs off of this album (mostly "Hey Cruel World", "Overneath the Path of Misery" and "Murderers are Getting Prettier Everyday") but tbh I do skip around a lot and rarely feel the need to listen to this one straight through. It's very uneven, even if it is a MASSIVE step up from his previous two releases but it still seems very forced.
9Marilyn Manson
Eat Me, Drink Me


Ugh. I know this album has some people that dig it, and I guess it's occasionally interesting to listen to an artist at his lowest emotional point but...ugh. Not for me.
10Marilyn Manson
The High End of Low


Fuck this album (and 9).
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