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  • Audio CD (June 5, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: interscope
  • ASIN: B000PDZJ0S
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (204 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,275 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Four years since his last studio album, and following up on his highest charting radio single ever ( Personal Jesus , from Lest We Forget), Marilyn Manson returns with Eat Me, Drink Me. Art openings, soundtrack appearances, and personal circumstance have grabbed headlines for Manson in recent months, setting the stage for the release of Eat Me, Drink Me, which is unquestionably the artist's most personal statement yet. Always the provocateur, in what may be the ultimate subversion of the code of aggro-rock, the songs are immediately catchy - all jagged guitar hooks, anthemic choruses, with an overlying glam-rock sheen. Lyrically Manson has never been more riveting, seemingly having enough to draw from in his own life and from society at large to present a fresh, snarling vision Eat Me, Drink Me is very earnest and uncalculated and raw, in the sense that I know i'm f***d up, and I'm not really ashamed of it. Marilyn Manson, Rolling Stone March

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The title song is not very good, you get a weak closer here, and it's too depressive and not a good kind of song about depression.
Tommy Skylar
There are some good lets say melodies but in general its so boring and depressive - i don't know if i have to listen this album and cry about something.
KOURKOULOS NIKOS
It is great to see Manson always evolving musically and I have always found that more appealing in liking and growing with a particular artist.
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80 of 92 people found the following review helpful By Scott Bresinger on June 6, 2007
Format: Audio CD
("Eat Me, Drink Me" by Marilyn Manson)

I've been saying for years that Marilyn Manson is under-rated (though a bit over-rated by his most ardent fans)--beneath, or along with, the theatrics and makeup, he's actually a world-class satirist on a level with H.L. Mencken at his best. Manson's complex stew of guns, god, government and celebrity is expressed with a razor-sharp lyrical palette of punning metaphors and tossed-off references to history and religion. I've found it a bit disappointing that he's eagerly cultivated a fan base of Ozz-festing, beer-bonging, fake-tribal tatooing overgrown adolescents who use the word "fag" without referring to cigarettes. With Eat Me, Drink Me, Manson seems to have abandoned many of his best attitudes and ideas in favor of rote, mid-tempo goth/glam rockers that obsess over the former Antichrist Superstar's lousy love life.

Imagine, if you will, sitting on a bar stool next to an absinthe-swilling vampire endlesssly talking about how, for him, love is death, which caused him to seperate from his ultra-hot burlesque star of a trophy wife in favor of a just as hot but younger actress. Could you possibly feel sorry for this guy? Granted, Manson probably doesn't care if you feel sorry for him--he just enjoys saying woe-is-me in the most florid language he can muster: "It started so tragic as a slaughterhouse/She pressed the knife against your heart/And said 'I love you' so much you must kill me now..." (from "If I Was Your Vampire"). Or how about "She blew me her death-kiss/and the mouth-marks/Bled down my eye,/Like her dying/On my windshield/I can already feel/Her worms eating my spine..." ("Just a Car Crash Away")?
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Wolfgang Nibori on June 15, 2008
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Every time an artist releases a new album, they take major risks. As any Manson fan knows, Marilyn Manson savors risks and quite often reaps big rewards by plunging into territories others, even longtime fans, may find themselves reluctant to attempt entering. This album proves itself no exception.

Eat Me, Drink Me appeals to a certain spectrum of the Manson emotional range. It's not particularly political, it's not about conquering the world - it's about conquering one's own internal world. Manson paints in the same vivid colors we've gotten used to over the years, but it's like he's refined his technique while keeping it refreshingly raw. This is pure emo-fied angst being felt by a man far out of his teens, yet it's remains accessible to all ages. Love - that's what this album tackles. The curse, if you will, of love and how exceptionally powerful yet excruciatingly unbearable that force can be. Unfortunately, it's not perspective gained by speculation, either. The album began when the opening lyrics suggest: "Six AM, Christmas morning" when Manson began dealing with the end of his relationship with from Dita Von Teese that would end in divorce.

Each song stands alone and that's rare for an album, but the way they flow together truly makes them one solid masterpiece as a piece of art. Since we know Manson learned of his divorce on January 5th (his birthday) 2007 and the album came out the following June, you might wonder if the album feels rushed. It does not. Instead it feels poignant and intensely, surrealistically real. If you're wondering how something feels realistic and surrealistic at the same time - that's Manson's intentions as an artist: blending reality and fantasy.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A. Johnson on January 31, 2008
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Marilyn Manson is the 21st Century's prime avatar of Decadence with a capital "D," by which I mean not the sort of white trash/dirty diapers scenario popularized by the tabloid press, but rather direct descent from 19th Century literary Bohemia. He's certainly the most literate rock star around; I can think of few rockers capable of writing, for example, the title song on "Eat Me, Drink Me," which brilliantly juxtaposes references to Nabokov and Carroll--"It's just a game," indeed. And he keeps getting better at that game, capable of tightly-constructed gems like "Heart-Shaped Glasses," with its almost unbearably catchy chorus and summoning of Young Americans-era Bowie, while maintaining his stance as the darkest Goth god ever in "If I Was Your Vampire." Manson's personal demons screech and gibber in the background--the disintegration of his marriage to cabaret postmodernist Dita van Teese, his relationship with starlet Evan Rachel Wood (to whom the album is dedicated)--but he fashions them into immaculately twisted sculpture for the delectation of listeners everywhere. That's talent, that's artistry, and that's why Manson will remain relevant as long as he feels like it. A gorgeous, shimmering piece of work and one of my favorite Manson albums thus far.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A. Blankenship on July 1, 2007
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I am amazed at how wonderful this album is! I read a lot of reviews and was really skeptical about buying this. However, being a big fan I just had to have it. I can't even begin to say what song is my favorite. They are all beautifully written.
I love the way Manson has grown. He has shown such a deep side of him that it's almost impossible not to fall in love with him.
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Wheres the band?
they are all gone. every last one. its just Manson and Tim Skold. they did the whole cd themselves. Hes an idiot for losing his band....
Jun 8, 2007 by B L A K E |  See all 6 posts
manson fans need to grow up
I couldn't a gree more. While I love his "screw the world" albums, you can't do that forever or it becomes stale. Its nice to hear something a little more personal that makes him seem like a real human being instead of just the character of Marilyn Manson. I stopped listening to... Read More
May 26, 2007 by Tim Rockwell |  See all 11 posts
The Cover Sucks!!!!!
I like the album cover. It's stripped-down, just like the actual CD. Makes for a good representation.
Jun 5, 2007 by Daniel Ferguson-Maltzman |  See all 17 posts
My review of the album
This is his most personal record yet and only a true loyal fan could appreciate it so all of you pathetic mopers need to just calm down. He's only human, he feels emotions just like the rest of us do. He's not some kind of untouchable force that can avoid flaws in your unappreciative eyes.
May 10, 2007 by S. Foley |  See all 18 posts
Special collectors edition?
Yes, clearly thousands upon thousands of pages of useful information must all be wrong. Please. Don't listen to those other guys. Not saying Wikipedia is correct all the time, but to say "never" believe anything is just silly. Anyway, about your question: That information on... Read More
May 27, 2007 by Daren Strange |  See all 6 posts
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