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8 thoughts on “ Marilyn Manson - Disposable Teens (CD)

  1. Jun 26,  · Marilyn Manson: Disposable Teens ‎ (CD, Single) Nothing Records: (21) Mexico: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Show All 2 Reviews. Add Review. j4ce70 June 26, Report; this is great for anyone who wants manson on vinyl with out paying a lot of money for it, this one also has working class hero and the doors /5(47).
  2. Jul 25,  · Album: Holy Wood Year: Song: Disposable Teens Lenght: GodEatGod 2. The Love Song 3. The Fight Song 4. Disposable Teens * 5. Target Audience 6. .
  3. Marilyn Manson: Disposable Teens ‎ (CD, Single, Promo) Nothing Records: MMCDP1: UK: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release Review Changes. Add to Collection /5(36).
  4. This is a song about teenage rebellion ("Survived abortion. A rebel from the waist down!"), which is something Marilyn Manson would support. It also demonstrates how, in these modern times, kids can question religion ("I never really headed one true god, but the god of the people I hated!"). >>.
  5. Non hai capito le parole? Leggi la traduzione e guarda il video della canzone di Disposable Teens, tratta dall'album Holy Wood [International Version (UK)] di Marilyn Manson. Cosa aspetti? Entra e scopri il significato della canzone!
  6. "The Fight Song" is a hard rock song with glam rock influences. It was written by the band's eponymous vocalist and John 5 and produced by Manson and Dave sterlighclinindeipeacancematisiged.coinfo "The Fight Song", Manson sings "I'm not a slave to a god that doesn't exist"; Steven Wells of NME said that in the song, Manson avoided the clichés used by other antitheist artists. Both Wells of NME and Joseph Schafer of Stereogum.
  7. Lyrics to 'Disposable Teens' by Marilyn Manson. And I'm black rainbow and I'm an ape of god I got a face that's made for violence upon and I'm a teen distortion.
  8. Nov 11,  · “Disposable Teens” was the lead single from Holy Wood, and was released in two parts, with each having a B-side cover version.

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