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by Kurt Reighley

ePub Marilyn Manson download
Kurt Reighley
St. Martin's Griffin; This Beautiful Gift Contains t ed. edition (April 15, 1998)
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Kurt B. Reighley is the author of Marilyn Manson. This is a great book to read if you love Marilyn Manson. Publication Date: September 22, 2015.

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Marilyn Manson - Kurt Reighley. Big-top tricks: an introduction to marilyn manson. It’s cut pretty short, but don’t grudge the lost details; a longer one would serve no better. Though I’ve told and retold the story since that night two and a half years ago, no version has captured what really hit me.

This biography offers an all-encompassing look at the success of this controversial band.

Author:Reighley, Kurt B. Marilyn Manson. Each month we recycle over . million books, saving over 12,500 tonnes of books a year from going straight into landfill sites. All of our paper waste is recycled and turned into corrugated cardboard. See all 3 pre-owned listings. Sold alia (384560)99. 3% positive FeedbackContact seller.

book Marilyn Manson, Kurt B. Reighley said that the "air of detachment and repressed xenophobia" present in "Down . Reighley said that the "air of detachment and repressed xenophobia" present in "Down in the Park" made the song fit well with the band's own work While recording the B-sides for the single, Manson invited a deaf groupie to the studio and asked her to strip naked. He then covered her with hot dogs, pig's feet, and salami.

For the public, the triumph of Marilyn Manson happened in the blink of an eye, beginning with the debut of their 1994 "Album Portrait of an American Family", an event which led to a cover on "Rolling Stone" and the group's MTV smash "Sweet Dreams". This biography offers an all-encompassing look at the success of this controversial band.

  • I enjoy MM's music, and I'll probably buy any book about him, but this book wasn't worth the money. There were some interesting little tid-bits of information here and there, but it read like a book report. I don't think the author ever actually spoke to Manson. It has a lot of periphery information about other band members and people around Manson and if you are willing to wade through it I suppose it's a good buy for the info.

    I will keep the book in my library, but it wasn't as well written as the other authorized biography.

  • This is a great book to read if you love Marilyn Manson. It was the first one I read, but to be honest... not the best.

  • This book was used, but it was super cheap and in perfect condition! And it delivered sooner than expected! This reminds me, I'm going to finish reading this now!

  • i recommend this book versus the one book "talking". seems like a condensed version of his autobiography, i like it a lot. good book, good quality, shipped with the other book

  • This book has facts, but it isn't what I expected at all. I was kind of disappointed; I wanted to know more about the band and their lives, this book just tells more about when the music was produced and what the songs meant. It's an okay read, but not what I wanted.

  • he loved the book hadn't seen him read in a while so nice to get this and promote his reading

  • If only 10% of what he wrote in here is true he needs to be arrested. The things that he claims went on in this book with some of the woman, I am pretty sure he could (and should be) be incarcerated. And one other thing, if you admit to and enjoy placing same sex genitals in your personal "space", I am pretty sure that makes you quite possibly "not heterosexual" and he is very adamant about saying that he is not gay. Ok, whatever, denial is all part of his deep rooted sexual identity problems that are most likely all related to some form of abuse or just plane sick, but don't disrespect the gay community by acting like it is no big deal.

    Bottom line, he really seems to be a VERY bad person on a moral level, again pretty sure this was written after certain statue of limitations had come and gone, other wise he would be in jail and rightfully so (or he is just fabricating sick and evil things, either way he is a disgusting person). The one thing I wanted to read more about was the musical part of the rise to his success, he barely grazed that aspect, was more interested in shocking with disgusting sex antidotes that went beyond normal groupie stuff, just demoralizing fluff that he evidently feels no shame nor guilt (some of those woman surly are still in therapy as a result of their interactions with him).

    Save your time and money unless you like to feel sick.

  • When Kurt Reighley wrote this book I don't think he actually realized that fans of Marilyn Manson were gonna wanna read this due to the fact it's about Marilyn Manson.However the book will talk about Manson and then it will just all of a suden turn into a serial killer bio,with three pages about Charles Manson,and also small bios on Albert Fish,Henry Lee Lucas,Ed Gein,John Wayne Gacy,and David Berkowitz.This book is supposed to be about Marilyn Manson and the band,not the serial killers that inspired the band to change their names.Now i'll read anything that has to do with Marilyn Manson if I can get my hands on it and I don't care if it is terrible I will read it cover to cover,but this book is not for a person who wants to know about MM.Not to mention this book sounds almost like it was written by ex-Manson guitarist Daisy Berkowitz.Read this if you're obscessed with Marilyn Manson,but if you want the facts straight,read his autobiography.