For the public, the triumph of Marilyn Manson happened in the blink of an eye, beginning with the debut of their 1994 "Album Portrait of an American Family", an event which led to a cover on "Rolling Stone" and the group's MTV smash "Sweet Dreams". This biography offers an all-encompassing look at the success of this controversial band.
Paperback, 192 pages
Published April 15th 1998 by St. Martin's Griffin
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I read Marilyn Manson's autobiography & this book seems acurate about Marilyn Manson himself, I like that this book gets more into the business of the group about the other members of the group and details about them making their first three albums. It doesn't get into sex and drugs problems they had so you'll have to read his autobiography for all that stuff. This book doesn't really go into about his childhood and life either. ALot of facts taken from Magazine articles and interviews. But...more
While this book did provide information that Manson had overlooked in his auto-biography, I feel that the author allowing Daisy to provide his insight created a lot of biased throughout the book. While what he was saying could have been true, it might also have been exaggerated due to his harsh feelings towards the band.