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Marilyn Manson, ‘Disposable Teens’ – Disturbing Songs People Love

Marilyn Manson, 'Disposable Teens'
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After Marilyn Manson was targeted by the government and the media following the tragic Columbine shootings, the Antichrist Superstar released ‘Disposable Teens,’ the first single from Manson’s 2001 ‘Holy Wood’ album.

Likely commenting on the event’s aftermath, along with referencing George Orwell’s ‘Nineteen Eighty-Four,’ ‘Disposable Teens’ recites, “And I’m a black rainbow / And I’m an ape of god / I got a face that’s made for doing violence upon / I’m a teen distortion, survived abortion / A rebel from the waist down.” Manson sings with his trademark unnerving articulation, especially with the line, “I never really hated a one true god, but the god of the people I hated.”

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