Marilyn Manson - Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death)
Up to now I've always felt there is a "Manson-shaped" gap in my collection, this is until I found these in the bargain CD section of my local Record store.
Holy wood was recommend to by a friend not a few days before so I was quick to pick it up, and there other was more of a bonus. So far out of the 2 albums, I've enjoyed Mechanical Animals more so far, although I cant help but be impressed with Mansons lyricism, and attitude. The Manson standard "Disposable Teens" though did come to me a little flat because despite how I feel and act, I no longer fit into the teen bracket any more. By the 4th set of tracks on the 20 track Holywood, it feels like manson is running out of ideas and the song started to became too similar. The shorter 14 track mechanical animals is much less draining on Mansons style.
It was 3 for £3 deal so for the third I picked up....
The Prodigy - The Fat of the Land
Classic CD, and now one of the few dance albums I have in my collection. Contains essentials like "smack my bitch up", "breathe" and of course "Firestarter", with tracks like these who can resist.
Did you know that Guitarist Jim Davies used to be in industrial metallers Pitchshifter at one point?