Lest We Forget
Here the very last very best of Marilyn Manson, this record will be released next September 28th 2004. Lest We Forget will will feature the upcoming single, "Personal Jesus" (Depeche Mode remix).
The cover has been made by Marilyn Manson himself. Good job!!!
For this album, there are sereval releases:
|Lest We Forget - Europe Release|
To listen to a song preview, please click on
You can buy this release on Amazon.fr.
Date of release: 28 Septembre 2004|
Lyrics: Marilyn Manson
Bass Guitar: Tim Skold
Drums: Ginger Fish
Note: The DELUXE EDITION includes a Bonus DVD with the following videos:
(s)AINT, mOBSCENE, This is the new Shit, Disposable Teens, The Fight Song, The Nobodies, Autopsy, The Dope Show, Don't like the Drugs, Rock is Dead, Coma White, Long Hard Road out of Hell, The Beautiful People, Tourniquet, Man That you Fear, Cryptochild, Sweet Dreams (are made of this), DopeHat, Lunchbox, Get Your Gunn.
Below 5 screenshots of the DVD (Deluxe Edition):
The hidden videos:
- Making of (m)OBSCENE: Menu - All Albums - GAOG (Image) -- Click the right blank.(MM Logo), Screenshot to help you,, here)
- Autopsy: allez dans "Special features", Menu - Special Features - Click the left bottom.(Autopsy Logo), Screenshot to help you, here)
- Disposable Teens Special Version: Menu - All Albums - Holywood (Image) -- Click the left bottom.(Mercury logo), Screenshot to help you, here)
Commentary of Aurélie, Reims (France):
There are those artists whose hype and image can surpass the musical credentials, and then there are those whose brilliance in both fields makes them shine brighter than the rest. Five stars indicates where I believe the man sits in that regard. If anything the image has detracted from the true brilliance of the all important songs on too many occasions so just to be safe on this deluxe version you get the songs and the pictures that went with them. Both are a feast for the senses. All the hits are here although I am sure due to the fanatisism that Marilyn Manson creates many will believe their personal favourite has been omitted. But after all this is a greatest hits in the truest sense, so enjoy it for that. A triumph of modern rock artistery in a period of dullness and empty threats MM snarls and entertains.
Commentary of Julien, Rouen (France):
(S)aint video aside, this is still a very good album, however... It's hard not to notice that some songs that are truly deserving of being classified as "great hits," are not actually on this cd. Songs such as "Coma White", "I Don't Like the Drugs," and "(S)aint" fail to make an appearance. There are also songs that, although they are good, aren't really "hits," such as "The Love Song." Manson would have been better off releasing a "singles" album, although maybe then people wouldn't bother buying his other albums if they have all of his singles, but if "No Doubt" could do it, so could Manson. Overall however, there is a good variation of songs on this album, including most of the singles from Manson's albums. If you already own all of Manson's previous albums, there is not a large reason to buy this cd, except for the DVD and single "Personal Jesus," which for me, justify the purchase of this album. My only real qualm with this album, is the bad advertising strategy which led many people to believe that they were getting the uncut "(S)aint" video, such as myself. There is a simple solution to this however. Download the clip off the net. Overall, this album is a worthy purchase.
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