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    Marilyn Manson and The Shock Rock Effect on America Marilyn Manson is a shock rock and industrial rock band known for their gothic stage shows and controversial music during the 1990s and the 2000s. Discovered by Nine Inch Nails producer Trent Reznor, Marilyn Manson produced extremely gothic industrial metal albums aimed towards young people who enjoyed trash metal, death metal, industrial rock, and grunge. This enabled the band to gain a cult following that eventually broke into the mainstream

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    Marilyn Manson

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    History The first signs of Marilyn Manson was in 1989 in Southern Florida, when Manson, then a Ohio-born photojournalism major, and Daisy, then a guitarist who had been through five bands, came together and formed a band. Their names were changed to Marilyn Manson and Daisy Berkowitz. The names would come from different tabloid TV shit. By 1990, Marilyn Manson became Marilyn Manson and the Spooky Kids. Manson was singer, Daisy the lead guitar, Gidget Gein as bass, Madonna Wayne Gacy on the keyboards

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    If you are anything like me, you grew up with a pretty static opinion about Marilyn Manson, based solely on the fact that what you knew of him was only his outlandish and creepy persona. He was a loose cannon, refusing to be restricted by his private Christian school’s philosophies. After his expulsion from the school and his graduation at a public high school, he moved to South Florida with his family and eventually went on to produce music that would be a continuing controversy. Concurrent with

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    Why Marilyn Manson is a Success Slowly the lights dim and the volume of the crowd rises. About 3,000 people have come to Massey Hall in Toronto on this night to witness what some consider rocks most bizarre spectacle: Marilyn Manson. They grip the back of the seat in front of them in anticipation of what is to come, some are almost to excited to stand still whilst others seem just a little bit scared. It begins with a few dull flashes from strobe lights accompanied with ear splitting guitar

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    happy and did sing about PG rated topics, they were blamed for what was wrong with the world, especially teenagers. In his article ‘I’d Sell You Suicide: Pop Music and Moral Panic in the Age of Marilyn Manson”, Robert Wright delves into and debunks claims that rock music, especially that of Marilyn Manson, is a main cause for teenage suicide. The title of this article says a lot about the content. In one line the author sums up the premise of the article. We can understand the title more intricately

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    Somebody or Nobody? When I first heard “The Nobodies” by Marilyn Manson approximately five years ago, I was going through a self-image crisis. I happened to be living anyone’s most awkward phase in life: puberty. I found comfort in Marilyn Manson’s voice and lyrics, but little did I know what the song was truly written about. “The Nobodies” was written in 2001, two years after the Columbine High School Massacre. In “The Nobodies,” Marilyn Manson uses dark imagery and lyrics to convey his negative opinions

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    The Techniques of Michael Moore in Bowling For Columbine to Present the Message on Gun Control Michael Moore has used several successful techniques in Bowling For Columbine to present a provocative message on gun control in America. These techniques are composed of visuals, sounds, editing, interviews, political messages and many more. Camera work is used in a manipulative way in Bowling for Columbine. There is a purpose for every camera angle used in the documentary. For example, a

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    Selective Hearing

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    Music is a creative outlet for emotions, expressions and personal issues. It is also a place to force ideas and opinions on a mass of thousands. People can relate to it on many levels. But the problem of who should be responsible or regulate it exists. Who should decide what is played or sold? Music has had both a negative and positive reactions, especially with the young. Should the parents be responsible or should the artists themselves? Should the Studios (Labels) take the heat or should the government

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    Androgynous Hate

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    born as Brian Warner, but known by teenagers everywhere as Marilyn Manson. Marilyn Manson fronts a music rock band of the same name that in no uncertain terms preaches hate for everything: hate for family, hate for government, hate for society, hate for religion, and to some, the most threatening of all, hate for self. “I’d hate the hater, I’d rape the raper,” screams Manson on the opening track of his Anti-Christ Superstar album (Manson). Appropriately titled “Irresponsible Hate Anthem,” this song

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    The Psychology of Heavy Metal Music

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    Psychology: Heavy Metal Music.” Metaphoricalplatypus.com. n.p. n.d. 12 May 2011. Web. 21 November 2011. Coss, Shaleen L. “The Effects of Heavy Metal Music in College Students.” Clearinghouse.missouriwestern.edu. n.p. n.d. Web. 21 November 2011. Manson, Marilyn. “Columbine: Whose Fault Is It?” Antilife.org/files/Marilyn.html. n.p. n.d. Web. 21 November 2011. Osbourne, Ozzy. “Suicide Solution (The Osbournes).” Stason.org/TULARC/music-bands/ozzy-osbourne. n.p. n.d. Web. 21 November 2011.

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