Download Marilyn Manson - The Long Hard Road Out of Hell PDF eBookJust few people know who Brian Warner is, but Marilyn Manson…almost the whole world knows him. Despised (or even cursed and banned) by some and worshiped by the other some, and having his album entitled Antichrist Superstar, he is indisputably one of the most—if not the most—controversial figure in music history in the last couple of decades. Now, by reading the honest and intelligent autobiography The Long Hard Road Out of Hell, people can dig deeper into the background of his life and get a more well-rounded view on him as a person.
Written with the help of a prominent journalist, Neil Strauss, and published in 1998, this autobiography explores back to Manson’s childhood—the days when he is still a Brian Hugh Warner—and move far forward to the Dead to the World Tour. It shows how Manson got his influence from his grandfather’s sexual fetishes in forming his band and recording his albums. The book also exposes many of his life experiences with drugs, sex, and dysfunctional relationships. It also deeply explores the band history: how some members join and become friends, some angry partings, and even legal cases with his own crew members.
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One doesn't usually think of rock stars as insightful, but, against all odds, glam-trash superstar Marilyn Manson has written a book that is actually an intelligent look at growing up. This autobiographical bildungsroman brings out the creepiest aspects of childhood, conveying the terror and fascination that young Marilyn (then called Brian) felt when looking through his grandfather's pornography, getting his first French kiss, and being taunted by the girls he wanted to "date." Manson has the benefit of having grown up as an outcast and loser and then having become a star without forgetting what he went through. This gives him an incredibly broad perspective, which he brings to bear on his ordinary life in order to convey the more potent and frightening moments that shaped him into the pale-skinned weirdo that the Christian Right loves to hate. Best of all, Manson is shockingly honest, and portrays himself as occasionally stupid, self-centered, over-sensitive, ignoble, and, mostly, highly fallible and human. It's a long way from the auto-hagiographies that other stars have written, and it's easily one of the best reads in celebrity bio. —James DiGiovanna
PDF eBook Details(The page count for The Long Hard Road Out of Hell PDF eBook might be different from the retail edition due to scanning or formatting.)
• Author: Brian Warner and Neil Strauss;
• Genre/Subject: Biography;
• Language: English;
• PDF Pages: 274;
• File Size: 7.8 MB;
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