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Lose Your Mind

Lose Your Mind

May 30, 2006
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Ever wonder why Marilyn Manson sounded like crap after the first couple of albums? That's what happens when a singer takes over a band and kicks out the principal songwriter (one by one). Can you imagine that flying with the public if David Lee Roth was somehow able to kick out Eddie Van Halen and keep the name of the band? Well it worked for Manson because just before the band recorded the classics (Portrait of An American Family, the "ep" Smells Like Children, and the disjointed swansong Antichrist Superstar for Trent Reznor's Nothing label) by executive request they shortened their name from "Marilyn Manson and the Spooky Kids" to simply "Marilyn Manson", thus paving the way for a musically mediocre but hugely profitable solo career. It's the classic case of style trumping substance. Recently Manson has finally come out and described himself not as a musician but rather as an "artist", most likely in response to waning interest from the record buying public.
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If you would like to understand the difference between Marilyn Manson the band and Marilyn Manson the "artist", look no further than the THREE TON GATE album LOSE YOUR MIND, product of the principal songwriter mentioned previously, one Scott Mitchell Putesky aka SMP aka DAISY BERKOWITZ, psychoacoustical musician extraordinaire. On LOSE YOUR MIND SMP delivers a solid mix of pop, punk, country, electronic, and ambient that will have your toe tapping and leave your mind reeling. Listening to LOSE YOUR MIND you'll remember the fun and optimism of the Spooky Kids/Portrait era. Songs like "No Coffin" will recall Spooky Kids classics like "IV-TV" from SMP's yet to be released anthology LUNCHBOXES AND CHOKLIT COWS VOL 2, while instrumentals like "The Office of Dr.
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