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The best-selling autobiography of America’s most controversial celebrity icon, Marilyn Manson (with a bonus chapter not in the hardcover).

In his twenty-nine years, rock idol Manson has experienced more than most people have (or would want to) in a lifetime. Now, in his shocking and candid memoir, he takes readers from backstage to gaol cells, from recording studios to emergency rooms, from the pit of despair to the top of the charts, and recounts his metamorphosis from a frightened Christian schoolboy into the most feared and revered music superstar in the country. Illustrated with dozens of exclusive photographs and featuring a behind-the-scenes account of his headline-grabbing Dead to the World tour.

Biographie de l'auteur

Marilyn Manson has more than 450 scars, not counting emotional ones.

Neil Strauss is the author of the New York Times bestsellers The Game, Rules of the Game, Emergency, and Everyone Loves You When You’re Dead. He is also the co-author of three other New York Times bestsellers - Jenna Jameson's How to Make Love Like a Porn Star, Mötley Crüe's The Dirt and Marilyn Manson's The Long Hard Road out of Hell. A writer for Rolling Stone, Strauss lives in Los Angeles.

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  • Broché: 288 pages
  • Editeur : It Books; Édition : 1st ReganBooks/HarperPerennial Ed (3 mars 1999)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0060987464
  • ISBN-13: 978-0060987466
  • Dimensions du produit: 15,6 x 1,8 x 23,2 cm
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Par Julien Coulon le 3 juin 2015
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Balloté entre histoire perso puis construction de personnage, évolution du groupe, souvenirs d'enregistrements et de concerts, ajouts de photos rares, ce bouquin rédigé à l'heure où MM était encore connu pour des prestations scéniques qui ne démentaient pas aux rumeurs de sa réputation vaut le coup.
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1 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par "derfoufurieux28" le 16 janvier 2003
Format: Broché
Un livre très intéressant que tout le monde devrait lire, aussi bien les disciples invétérés du révérend Manson, que les détracteurs les plus convaincus, ou que le commun des mortels qui vit loin du monde "metaleux". Ou comment s'immiscer dans l'univers de l'antéchrist le plus médiatique, et découvrir comment est né le mythe Manson, mélange du rêve américain ( Marylin Monroe ) et de la décadence ( Charles Manson ).
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0 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par "nobody001" le 7 avril 2003
Format: Broché
C'est la biographie de Marilyn Manson, par ce seigneur gothique lui-même.
A lire absolument si vous parler couramment anglais.
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This man knows his Hell 26 avril 2004
Par Un client - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
You wouldn't think a middle aged Southern conservative housewife like me would be caught dead reading something like this. The cover alone should scare me away. And the first word of the first chapter is one I wasn't allowed to say as a child. But with that first word Manson reveals immediately what his entire book portrays - Hell. The story mates his life with Dante's Inferno; even the chapters are structured as the divisions and circles of Dante's hell. This was a stroke of genius and makes for a fascinating read. Manson's life parallels Dante's journey through hell, and, like in the Inferno, it begins with pain and steadily becomes much worse. In the Inferno however, the protagonist with whom we identify is Dante, who is not one of the punished. We must guess at the psychic torment of the damned through Dante's conversations with them. Manson takes us on the same journey but as one of the condemned. He takes us inside his head to see firsthand the progressive blackening and relentless decay of his soul.
But that is only one of the many levels on which this book operates. It is also the story of a man's struggle to come to terms with his own nature when that nature is something the world perceives as evil and he suspects they may be right. He has amazing self awareness, and the rare ability to articulate his inner battles in powerful, captivating ways. The book is riveting, for he is laying bare his soul for all to see, and he knows it is ugly.
But by the end of the book, after he has sunk to the dark bottom of the pit, there is a glimmer of hope. He gains the sense that there may be some beauty hidden under all the self-loathing and screw ups that are his existence. Like Dante, Manson finally confronts Satan himself, and discovers the exit from hell.
But if you are not up to all this psychological and metaphysical stuff, you can just enjoy the book on its surface. Wicked, outrageous, and at times hilarious, it is fast paced and full of action, but not for the prudish or squeamish. Be prepared for something that is probably worse than triple X and is quite disturbing. I have never heard Marilyn Manson's music and I'm not real sure I want to, as "heavy metal" just isn't my thing, but I stumbled upon this book quite by accident and must say it is one of the most entertaining reads I've ever had. I highly recommend it for anyone who has an interest in infernal literature, typically written by the righteous, as this is an equally compelling point of view from the debased sinner. The violence and shock rivals John Bunyan, but from the opposite side!
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Brilliant autobiography, to be appreciated even by non-fans 16 septembre 2005
Par Jessica Lux - Publié sur
Format: Broché
This book is co-authored with Neil Strauss, who is a master of the biography genre. I picked it up solely on the strength of Strauss's name and not because I am a Manson fan. This is a masterpiece of an autobiography and I highly recommend it to anyone who likes reading about life in the fastlane and unusual characters. Hearing Manson's story behind the music made me want to explore his music more, but you definitely don't have to be a fan to appreciate this fine piece of literature.

One of the highlights of the book is reading about the Antichrist Superstar tour through Manson's tour diary. This was the tour that was constantly in the media for supposed crime and disgrace and violence. During the tour and the media frenzy, I always thought Manson was out to make headlines and shock, but to hear the story in his own words, he didn't have to do a heck of a lot to provoke the American Family Association. They invented enough on their own to make Manson into a scarier caricature of who he already was.

Manson is depraved and twisted, and reading some of his narrative definitely has a gruesome allure. There's also a softer side here, that of a confused boy who first heard heavy metal music when it was played backwards over his Christian school's PA system to show the students the depraved Satanic messages it carried. Who wouldn't want to get into heavy metal after that? Manson was also repeatedly wounded by women and lacked healthy relationships.

In this book, Manson disputs some of the rumors surrounding him, via a list of fake information posted by "fans" on the internet. I certainly had my eyes opened as some of the Manson myth was dispelled.

Highly recommended to any music fan, pop culture fan, or fans of the memoirs of interesting people.
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Fascinating Look at the birth of Marilyn Manson 1 février 2007
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This book was extremely fascinating. It really brings to life the transformation of Brian Warner to Marilyn Manson. It shows events in his childhood that helped to shape him into the person he is. With first person memories, he describes his childhood and the impact music played on his ambitions and goals.

The book goes on to talk about the formation of his band and how the members met, discussing problems with band members and how the band had lofty goals that seemed unreachable. Later, opening for Nine Inch Nails, he became friends with Trent Rezner and later came to know Anton LaVey, both of whom had great influence on his life. Manson talks about how his rise to Superstar status changed his view on drugs, sex, other life aspects. He explains how he took on the the name Marilyn Manson permanently, stating that at a certain moment he realized Brian Warner was dying and Marilyn Manson was being born.

Throughout the book there are moments where Manson remembers where he was when he came up with ideas for some of his songs including his version of "Sweet Dreams" and "The Beautiful People". The book also covers some of his own philosophies about love, homosexuality, and life.

The book is beautifully constructed with photos and artwork which help with the understanding of what he is discussing. The book goes into great detail, allowing the reader to really understand why Marilyn Manson is the way he is. A fantastic read that, I believe, fans and non-fans would enjoy.
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Please enter a title for your review 9 août 2007
Par pancake_repairman - Publié sur
Format: Broché
"The less people understand you the more intelligent they think you are" muses Marilyn. In a catch 22 kind of way the understanding of Brian Warner I've gained from this book supports his claim.
I at least think he's less compassionate than I previously did, if not less intelligent. He talks seriously about planning to murder an unstable girl who was harassing him after he led her on then dumped her and kicked her out of the band, plans he was only scared off completing because a homeless man started following him and his accomplice while they were on their way to do the deed and after failing to lose him a cop car happened to pass by.
Learning about some of the experiences that inspired his lyrics and performance I can look at them and say yeah that's a good way of expressing that, but previously it was hard to see much meaning in anything he wrote or did. Yet he claims that conservatives were trying to silence him because of what he was saying. Dude, people liked you or disliked you based on image, no one knew you were saying anything.
His comraderie with Anton Lavey, who is portrayed (presumably unintentionally) as a fortune-telling conman, illuminates Manson's worst trait, his willingness to see only the worst in his conservative christian detractors, seeking to villify rather than enlighten them, denying their humanity in the same way they do his.
He also subscribes to a "contempt for the weak" ideology typically expressed by white supremecists, involving disgust for sluts and drug addicts, and advocates the death penalty for shoplifters "because if you're stupid enough to get caught you deserve to die."
His jaded attitude to "sex, drugs and rock n roll" culture inspires some repellant descriptions that could probably do a better job of turning kids off it than any parental warnings or PSAs.
The commitment he maintained to his artistic vision in the face of difficulty in getting his short stories and poetry published, finding people committed to his musical endeavors, and in-band politics is inspiring.
At it's core the book is about how he felt and as an overview of his most emotionally significant moments I don't think he's holding anything back.
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Give the devil his due 26 août 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Look, I'm not a fan of hard rock. I'm 29 and I always hated the likes of Iron Maiden/Judas Priest/Ozzy. Before reading this book, one of the few things of Manson's I was familiar with was the (hilarious) promo he did with Ben Stiller for an MTV awards show. That and his (very disturbing and captivating) performance of "The Beautiful People" during the show. And his videos, I guess, which I always would think, "This is just shock rock shit, Jesus, this is disgusting and so totally marketed to acne-ridden morons who drink tall-boys"...but, you know something? for some reason, I'd never change the channel. So I knew he was smart, and he would ineviatably have some of the best "sex, drugs, and rock'n'roll" stories to tell. So I figured it would be a fun state-of-the-art "rock" book. Manson delivers exactly that, but not at all in the contexts I anticipated. The book begins with Manson detailing his adolescence: his pervert grandfather, his experiences in Catholic School, his first, awkward sexual encounters. Guess what? There's a good chance you'll be surprised by how familiar a lot of these situations seem, and how much you recognize them from your own youth. (sorry, grandpa) The book then goes on to discuss his transformation from wormish Brian Warner to big, bad Marilyn Manson. But here's the twist: he doesn't come off as some idiotic, megalomaniacal schmuck: he pulls off the neat trick of telling the tale with a sense of humility and humanity. There are moments here of genuine surpirse and compassion. And humor. I could go on and on, but the point is: read it. Whoever you are.
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