Lest We Forget: The Best Of
Marilyn Manson
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Label: Nothing
Genre: Rock

Culled from the band’s ten year, six album career, Lest we Forget: The Best of Marilyn Manson features some of the greatest rock anthems of the last decade. Opening with "The Love Song" from Holy Wood, it proceeds to the first of a handful of cover songs which have made it as singles. The decadent, beefed up version of Depeche Mode’s "Personal Jesus" may not vary much from the original but the band do it the appropriate Goth justice; "Tainted Love" adds a menacing, industrial-glam to the electric northern soul of Soft Cell’s version; and the one that broke them into the UK mainstream, "Sweet Dreams" by the Eurythmics sounds as good as ever. So, they do a good cover but it’s really the fists in the air crowd-pleasing anthems that back up the band’s iconic imagery. The high-energy signature tune, "Beautiful People" and tracks like "Disposable Teens" or "The Fight Song" typify the band’s intelligent approach to rock’n’roll posturing. While many may have all the albums already, Lest We Forget is the perfect addition for anyone who likes the odd song but was too fearful to delve any further in the world of Marilyn Manson. --Georgina Collins

Love Song
Personal Jesus
Fight Song
Tainted Love
Dope Show
This Is The New Shit
Disposable Teens
Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)
Rock Is Dead
Get Your Gunn
Long Hard Road Out of Hell
Beautiful People
Reflecting God
Original Release: 2004-09-28
UPC: 602498639047