|A1||Great Big White World
Acoustic Guitar, Rhythm Guitar – Twiggy RamirezLead Guitar – Zim Zum
|A2||The Dope Show
Backing Vocals, Drums [Syncussion And Electric] – Marilyn Manson Piano – M.W. Gacy*Rhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar – Twiggy Ramirez
Acoustic Guitar – Twiggy RamirezLead Guitar – Zim ZumPiano – M.W. Gacy*Rhythm Guitar – Twiggy Ramirez, Zim Zum
|A4||Rock Is Dead
Guitar [All] – Twiggy Ramirez
Lead Guitar – Zim ZumRhythm Guitar – Twiggy Ramirez
|A6||The Speed Of Pain
Acoustic Guitar – Twiggy RamirezBacking Vocals – Alexandra Brown*, John West , Lynn Davis, Nikki Harris*Lead Guitar, Guitar [Synth] – Zim ZumPercussion [Shaker], Synthesizer [Mellotron] – M.W. Gacy*Synthesizer [Arp] – Marilyn Manson , Michael BeinhornSynthesizer [Vocoder] – Marilyn Manson
Lead Guitar [Additional] – Zim ZumPercussion [Electric] – M.W. Gacy*Rhythm Guitar – Twiggy RamirezVocals – Rose McGowan
|B1||I Want To Disappear
Guitar [All] – Twiggy RamirezSampler – M.W. Gacy*
|B2||I Don't Like The Drugs (But The Drugs Like Me)
Backing Vocals – Alexandra Brown*, John West , Lynn Davis, Nikki Harris*Clavinet, Strings, Programmed By – Danny SaberGuitar [Outro Solo] – Dave NavarroLead Guitar [Additional] – Zim ZumRhythm Guitar – Twiggy Ramirez
|B3||New Model No. 15
Backing Vocals – Dyanna Lauren, Kobi TaiGuitar [Pitifully Predictable Solo] – Zim ZumGuitar, Synthesizer [Bass] – Twiggy Ramirez
Featuring [Pornograpy] – Dyanna LaurenGuitar, Synthesizer [Bass] – Twiggy RamirezPiano – M.W. Gacy*Scratches – DJ Neil Strauss*
Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar – Zim ZumPiano – M.W. Gacy*
|B6||The Last Day On Earth
Acoustic Guitar – Twiggy RamirezLead Guitar – Marilyn Manson , Twiggy RamirezSynthesizer [Bass] – M.W. Gacy*Synthesizer [Vocoder] – Marilyn Manson
Acoustic Guitar – Zim ZumLead Guitar – Twiggy Ramirez, Zim ZumPiano – Marilyn Manson Rhythm Guitar – Twiggy RamirezSynthesizer [Mellotron] – M.W. Gacy*
|INTD-90273||Mar1lyn Man5on*||Mechanical Animals (CD, Album, Enh, Sli)||Nothing Records||INTD-90273||US||1998|
|CDINT(WF)433||Mar1lyn Man5on*||Mechanical Animals (CD, Album, Enh)||Nothing Records||CDINT(WF)433||South Africa||1998|
|ADV 490 394-2||Mar1lyn Man5on*||Mechanical Animals (CD, Album, Ltd, Num, Promo, 199)||Nothing Records||ADV 490 394-2||UK||1999|
|460502670541||Mar1lyn Man5on*||Mechanical Animals (CD, Album, Enh)||Nothing Records, Universal Music Russia||460502670541||Russia||2010|
|490 273-4||Mar1lyn Man5on*||Mechanical Animals (Cass, Album)||Interscope Records||490 273-4||Ukraine||2001|
Marilyn Manson - Mechanical Animals (1998).
Marilyn Manson - Mechanical Animals (Album Version (Explicit)).
Mechanical Animals is the third studio album by American rock band Marilyn Manson. It was released on September 15, 1998, by Nothing and Interscope Records.
Marilyn Manson 's 1996 sophomore album, the Trent Reznor–co-produced Antichrist Superstar, established the Florida shock rocker as an icon of darkness, decadence and depravity. The record was bleak and outrageous, as Manson lashed out in blunt terms against God, the government and himself - and continued to do so throughout the album cycle, ripping apart bibles, cutting himself with broken glass and acting the part of a totalitarian dictator onstage. 2. With Mechanical Animals, Manson wanted to prove that Trent Reznor hadn't puppet-mastered his vision and success When Manson started getting recognized, Nine Inch Nails main man Trent Reznor took the young rocker under his wing, signed him to his label Nothing Records and produced Antichrist Superstar. Such hands-on involvement caused some fans to view Manson as a vehicle for Reznor.
The album, co-produced by Michael Beinhorn, has a radio-ready clarity reminiscent of his work on Soundgarden’s Superunknown and Hole’s Celebrity Skin. It also bears a blade-bright shine that may have been inspired by Manson’s pal Billy Corgan
Songs in album Marilyn Manson - Mechanical Animals, Coma White (2002). 1. Great Big White World (Mechanical Animals 1998). 05:03 320 Кб/с 308. The Dope Show (Mechanical Animals 1998). 03:47 320 Кб/с 173. 3.