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(The PRP)   Marilyn Manson fondly recalls drunken escapades with Johnny Depp and Hunter S. Thompson, reveals he has mended fences with NIN frontman Trent Reznor. In other news, the rest of the world has moved past the Nineties   ( theprp.com) divider line
    More: Obvious, Nails' Trent Reznor, Nine Inch Nails, Trent Reznor, bandmate Tyler Bates, Defiant Ones' TV, one-time label head, Hunter S. Thompson, Portrait of an American Family  
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2017-09-19 08:05:01 PM  
Well, y'all keep moving on. Musically, the 90's were f*cking awesome.
 
2017-09-19 08:57:14 PM  
Where Are They Now (90s Edition)
1990
2017
 
2017-09-19 10:05:13 PM  
Observe the man who puts on full makeup for a radio interview.
 
2017-09-19 10:19:00 PM  

croesius: Well, y'all keep moving on. Musically, the 90's were f*cking awesome.


Yessir.  Furthermore, I enjoyed Manson and still do.
 
2017-09-19 10:23:37 PM  
Warning: Watch out for dropping names.

/the 90s were awesome
 
2017-09-19 10:23:45 PM  

croesius: Well, y'all keep moving on. Musically, the 90's were f*cking awesome.


This.  Felt old when I realized they had a station for my generation: Sirius Lithium.  Sounds good tho.
 
2017-09-19 10:24:01 PM  
When will Trent mend fences with Nivek Ogre?
 
2017-09-19 10:28:40 PM  

duckpoopy: When will Trent mend fences with Nivek Ogre?


Probably when Trent admits to stealing all his music? I think Bill Leeb also has an ax to bring still too. Though since both of them are in their 50s I don't think either cares.
 
2017-09-19 10:34:46 PM  
My 14 year old niece loves him, I don't get it I mean borderline obsessed.
 
2017-09-19 10:35:49 PM  

croesius: Well, y'all keep moving on. Musically, the 90's were f*cking awesome.


While there was a lot of good music in the 90s if you knew where to look, the latter part of the decade is what drove me away from commercial radio pretty much for good. I could tolerate MM, kinda dug what the Deftones and System of a Down were doing at the time, but everything else taking up space on the "alternative" stations was awful.
 
2017-09-19 10:37:35 PM  
I think about the 90s the way a married person thinks about "the one that got away". I mean yeah it wasn't perfect but god damn I miss it.
 
2017-09-19 10:40:32 PM  

Killer Cars: croesius: Well, y'all keep moving on. Musically, the 90's were f*cking awesome.

While there was a lot of good music in the 90s if you knew where to look, the latter part of the decade is what drove me away from commercial radio pretty much for good. I could tolerate MM, kinda dug what the Deftones and System of a Down were doing at the time, but everything else taking up space on the "alternative" stations was awful.


Yeah, I never listened to much radio. I was deep in the throes of the Usenet, binging on various electronic and industrial acts
 
2017-09-19 10:46:54 PM  
I was there in the 90s, it was only great because I was in my late teens/20s.   I found most of the music to be shiat.  The late 80s were also shiat.  And most of what came before I was aware of what was popular was shiat.  Rock attained perfection in 1974.  It's a scientific fact.
 
2017-09-19 10:49:03 PM  

croesius: Killer Cars: croesius: Well, y'all keep moving on. Musically, the 90's were f*cking awesome.

While there was a lot of good music in the 90s if you knew where to look, the latter part of the decade is what drove me away from commercial radio pretty much for good. I could tolerate MM, kinda dug what the Deftones and System of a Down were doing at the time, but everything else taking up space on the "alternative" stations was awful.

Yeah, I never listened to much radio. I was deep in the throes of the Usenet, binging on various electronic and industrial acts


^This^

Zoth Ommog, Energy Records, Pendragon ,Inception, MP3.com, Cleopatra, Fifth Colvmn etc etc. So many good times.

Kmfdm Beat by Beat tour
The Sextacy Ball
HUG touring with Manson.
 
2017-09-19 10:54:50 PM  

terminalx: croesius: Killer Cars: croesius: Well, y'all keep moving on. Musically, the 90's were f*cking awesome.

While there was a lot of good music in the 90s if you knew where to look, the latter part of the decade is what drove me away from commercial radio pretty much for good. I could tolerate MM, kinda dug what the Deftones and System of a Down were doing at the time, but everything else taking up space on the "alternative" stations was awful.

Yeah, I never listened to much radio. I was deep in the throes of the Usenet, binging on various electronic and industrial acts

^This^

Zoth Ommog, Energy Records, Pendragon ,Inception, MP3.com, Cleopatra, Fifth Colvmn etc etc. So many good times.

Kmfdm Beat by Beat tour
The Sextacy Ball
HUG touring with Manson.


Damn, lucky you! I first caught them on the '97 Symbols tour. Still got my BeatByBeat tour VHS around here somewhere.
 
2017-09-19 11:02:41 PM  

duckpoopy: When will Trent mend fences with Nivek Ogre?


Last I heard, there wasn't any issue between them.
 
2017-09-19 11:04:32 PM  
Between this and his fight with Bieber, Mr. Manson obviously wants some attention.
 
2017-09-19 11:05:45 PM  
Fark that Subby, I still wear my flannel proudly.

Of course I live in Michigan so I don't have a choice, but still I'm sticking with the 90's.
 
2017-09-19 11:42:12 PM  

The Googles Do Nothing: I was there in the 90s, it was only great because I was in my late teens/20s.   I found most of the music to be shiat.  The late 80s were also shiat.  And most of what came before I was aware of what was popular was shiat.  Rock attained perfection in 1974.  It's a scientific fact.


The 90's had more good music than today, as EDM wasn't quite a thing yet. Now EVERYTHING is just autotune and a drum machine.
 
2017-09-20 12:17:37 AM  
Considering who we elected for president, the fark we DIDN'T get over the Nineties.
 
2017-09-20 12:21:41 AM  
I do remember the 90s fondly.

3Lux-3 - a journey through ambience (1993)
Youtube 5l2V72BzlbM
 
2017-09-20 12:21:41 AM  
I will never move past the 90s and you can't make me.
 
2017-09-20 12:24:07 AM  
I'm not sure what that article said, and walked away not knowing anything really but here I am commenting about it.
 
2017-09-20 12:43:44 AM  
Add me to the "screw you, subby... music in the 90s was awesome" crowd.

No one knows - Screaming trees
Youtube gGJ58PBgXE4
 
2017-09-20 12:44:16 AM  

RevMercutio: duckpoopy: When will Trent mend fences with Nivek Ogre?

Last I heard, there wasn't any issue between them.


Trent's said for years that he blatantly ripped off Dig It, so I think they're good. 

ohGr did have a problem with Manson though. For a long time he was angry about Manson stealing his live act and using the stilts.
 
2017-09-20 12:44:23 AM  
...and still awesome.

Tool - Forty Six & 2
Youtube Lm38Ojh61lY
 
2017-09-20 12:45:16 AM  
...and awesome again for one more.

Nine Inch Nails - Wish
Youtube kuoFiIFkdAA
 
2017-09-20 12:54:44 AM  

The Googles Do Nothing: Rock attained perfection in 1974.  It's a scientific fact.


While it's true things turned to shiat shorty thereafter, Kyuss and Clutch came along in the early 90's and saved the day.  Social Distortion should get a mention here too, they were great all along, even through the horror that was 80's rock.
 
2017-09-20 01:23:23 AM  
Seems appropriate,
Zager And Evans - In The Year 2525
Youtube izQB2-Kmiic
 
2017-09-20 03:05:36 AM  

The Googles Do Nothing: I was there in the 90s!



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2017-09-20 05:46:15 AM  
90's music was ok, but not so much from a guitarist's perspective. If you tried to do anything more than simple chord banging and pentatonic fills, your shiat wasn't getting on the radio. Such was the backlash against the '80s, which were awesome too imo.

But in reality, I don't miss the '80s and 90s as much as I miss being in my teens and '20s. Listening to people harp on about how great the '90s were reminds me of my teenage self listening to my Dad harp on about how great the '50s were. Everything is better when you're still immortal.
 
2017-09-20 06:35:34 AM  

The Googles Do Nothing: I was there in the 90s, it was only great because I was in my late teens/20s.   I found most of the music to be shiat.  The late 80s were also shiat.  And most of what came before I was aware of what was popular was shiat.  Rock attained perfection in 1974.  It's a scientific fact.


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2017-09-20 06:43:09 AM  

H31N0US: 90's music was ok, but not so much from a guitarist's perspective. If you tried to do anything more than simple chord banging and pentatonic fills, your shiat wasn't getting on the radio. Such was the backlash against the '80s, which were awesome too imo.

But in reality, I don't miss the '80s and 90s as much as I miss being in my teens and '20s. Listening to people harp on about how great the '90s were reminds me of my teenage self listening to my Dad harp on about how great the '50s were. Everything is better when you're still immortal.


Sure your dad didn't just like the 50s because of "shorter lines at the water fountain?"
 
2017-09-20 06:53:21 AM  

Lord of the Highway: The Googles Do Nothing: Rock attained perfection in 1974.  It's a scientific fact.

While it's true things turned to shiat shorty thereafter, Kyuss and Clutch came along in the early 90's and saved the day.  Social Distortion should get a mention here too, they were great all along, even through the horror that was 80's rock.


I grew up in the 80's, in Silver Strand and Oxnard during Nardcore's heyday, watching RKL, Dr. Know,  Agression, False Confession, Ill Repute, Habeas Corpus, and Scared Straight all play locally, but I have and always will have a soft spot for Social Distortion.

/and I will always dispise SS locals
// farking kids playing like they were in a gang
///I still surfed 'your' waves ya twats!
 
2017-09-20 07:07:42 AM  

stoli n coke: H31N0US: 90's music was ok, but not so much from a guitarist's perspective. If you tried to do anything more than simple chord banging and pentatonic fills, your shiat wasn't getting on the radio. Such was the backlash against the '80s, which were awesome too imo.

But in reality, I don't miss the '80s and 90s as much as I miss being in my teens and '20s. Listening to people harp on about how great the '90s were reminds me of my teenage self listening to my Dad harp on about how great the '50s were. Everything is better when you're still immortal.

Sure your dad didn't just like the 50s because of "shorter lines at the water fountain?"


I don't think so, but you've tapped into the root of MAGA for sure.
 
2017-09-20 07:23:00 AM  

Killer Cars: croesius: Well, y'all keep moving on. Musically, the 90's were f*cking awesome.

While there was a lot of good music in the 90s if you knew where to look, the latter part of the decade is what drove me away from commercial radio pretty much for good. I could tolerate MM, kinda dug what the Deftones and System of a Down were doing at the time, but everything else taking up space on the "alternative" stations was awful.


Odd how I was a part of it all in a single degree of separation. In the 90s I was in a band that opened shows for Deftones and Cake. At our own CD release they opened for us. How cool is that?

/ As long as I live I will always have the 1990s as Best Decade Ever.
// Life has been nothing but nightmares and losing since.
 
2017-09-20 08:07:54 AM  

CipollinaFan: Between this and his fight with Bieber, Mr. Manson obviously wants some attention.


His newest album drops on October 6th with a new tour.
 
2017-09-20 08:09:18 AM  
Subby must have been a child of someone who lived the 90s.

Fark I'm old.
 
2017-09-20 08:37:02 AM  

SithLord: CipollinaFan: Between this and his fight with Bieber, Mr. Manson obviously wants some attention.

His newest album drops on October 6th with a new tour.


[OUTRAGE] Promotion
 
2017-09-20 08:43:51 AM  

H31N0US: 90's music was ok, but not so much from a guitarist's perspective.


Animal House Guitar Scene (Best Quality)
Youtube jWEj3ks8hro

\good
 
2017-09-20 08:49:45 AM  

LegacyDL: I think about the 90s the way a married person thinks about "the one that got away". I mean yeah it wasn't perfect but god damn I miss it.


This. Although I can kind of understand why teenagers don't like it. The music this decade by and large isn't as good because it's missing an X-factor that has been important for youth music since the 60s: Will this record scare parents?

I'm the 90s, between Manson, Nine Inch Nails, Tupac, etc., the answer was a resounding yes.

But now, the parents are the ones that grew up on metal and gangster rap. There's not much music kids can get into now that's going to have that kind of rebellious spirit. So, instead, genres are packed with stuff that all seems recycled from things parents listened to 20 years ago.
 
2017-09-20 08:54:15 AM  

stoli n coke: LegacyDL: I think about the 90s the way a married person thinks about "the one that got away". I mean yeah it wasn't perfect but god damn I miss it.

This. Although I can kind of understand why teenagers don't like it. The music this decade by and large isn't as good because it's missing an X-factor that has been important for youth music since the 60s: Will this record scare parents?

I'm the 90s, between Manson, Nine Inch Nails, Tupac, etc., the answer was a resounding yes.

But now, the parents are the ones that grew up on metal and gangster rap. There's not much music kids can get into now that's going to have that kind of rebellious spirit. So, instead, genres are packed with stuff that all seems recycled from things parents listened to 20 years ago.


There's plenty of things that adults are scared of: EDM, autotuned vocals, whispery vocals, baggy pants
 
2017-09-20 09:02:52 AM  

H31N0US: But in reality, I don't miss the '80s and 90s as much as I miss being in my teens and '20s. Listening to people harp on about how great the '90s were reminds me of my teenage self listening to my Dad harp on about how great the '50s were. Everything is better when you're still immortal.


Being in my early 20s was part of it but besides having a real job (that I like so it's not much like work), not much has changed in that regard. That and more of my friend have gotten married with children and became boring. Just everything was better in the 90s, except technology but that's always going to be true no matter how shiatty everything else gets.
 
2017-09-20 09:02:55 AM  
Also forgot most satanistic types of vocals: cookie monster vocals and melisma vocals
 
2017-09-20 09:29:06 AM  

LewDux: Also forgot most satanistic types of vocals: cookie monster vocals and melisma vocals


Cookie Monster vocals have been around since at least the 90s. FFS, Cannibal Corpse had a cameo in Ace Ventura. Parents find it retarded, maybe, but not scary.
 
2017-09-20 09:34:20 AM  

LewDux: stoli n coke: LegacyDL: I think about the 90s the way a married person thinks about "the one that got away". I mean yeah it wasn't perfect but god damn I miss it.

This. Although I can kind of understand why teenagers don't like it. The music this decade by and large isn't as good because it's missing an X-factor that has been important for youth music since the 60s: Will this record scare parents?

I'm the 90s, between Manson, Nine Inch Nails, Tupac, etc., the answer was a resounding yes.

But now, the parents are the ones that grew up on metal and gangster rap. There's not much music kids can get into now that's going to have that kind of rebellious spirit. So, instead, genres are packed with stuff that all seems recycled from things parents listened to 20 years ago.

There's plenty of things that adults are scared of: EDM, autotuned vocals, whispery vocals, baggy pants


EDM: Yes, the ooomph-te-oomph-te-ooomph-te-ooomph-te-ooomph isn't edgy to anyone.

Auto tune was discovered by a middle aged tech at an oil company. It's really just camouflage to hide singers that can't stay on key.

As for baggy pants, I doubt the generation that lived through Cross Colors, JNCOs, and Silvertabs is intimidated.
 
2017-09-20 09:47:40 AM  

terminalx: croesius: Killer Cars: croesius: Well, y'all keep moving on. Musically, the 90's were f*cking awesome.

While there was a lot of good music in the 90s if you knew where to look, the latter part of the decade is what drove me away from commercial radio pretty much for good. I could tolerate MM, kinda dug what the Deftones and System of a Down were doing at the time, but everything else taking up space on the "alternative" stations was awful.

Yeah, I never listened to much radio. I was deep in the throes of the Usenet, binging on various electronic and industrial acts

^This^

Zoth Ommog, Energy Records, Pendragon ,Inception, MP3.com, Cleopatra, Fifth Colvmn etc etc. So many good times.

Kmfdm Beat by Beat tour
The Sextacy Ball
HUG touring with Manson.


Finally seeing Lords of Acid and Ein Esch for the first time soon.  The lineups have changed but I'm excited to catch some acts I've never seen live
 
2017-09-20 09:49:51 AM  

stoli n coke: LewDux: stoli n coke: LegacyDL: I think about the 90s the way a married person thinks about "the one that got away". I mean yeah it wasn't perfect but god damn I miss it.

This. Although I can kind of understand why teenagers don't like it. The music this decade by and large isn't as good because it's missing an X-factor that has been important for youth music since the 60s: Will this record scare parents?

I'm the 90s, between Manson, Nine Inch Nails, Tupac, etc., the answer was a resounding yes.

But now, the parents are the ones that grew up on metal and gangster rap. There's not much music kids can get into now that's going to have that kind of rebellious spirit. So, instead, genres are packed with stuff that all seems recycled from things parents listened to 20 years ago.

There's plenty of things that adults are scared of: EDM, autotuned vocals, whispery vocals, baggy pants

EDM: Yes, the ooomph-te-oomph-te-ooomph-te-ooomph-te-ooomph isn't edgy to anyone.

Auto tune was discovered by a middle aged tech at an oil company. It's really just camouflage to hide singers that can't stay on key.

As for baggy pants, I doubt the generation that lived through Cross Colors, JNCOs, and Silvertabs is intimidated.


4.bp.blogspot.comView Full Size
 
2017-09-20 10:26:03 AM  

LewDux: stoli n coke: LewDux: stoli n coke: LegacyDL: I think about the 90s the way a married person thinks about "the one that got away". I mean yeah it wasn't perfect but god damn I miss it.

This. Although I can kind of understand why teenagers don't like it. The music this decade by and large isn't as good because it's missing an X-factor that has been important for youth music since the 60s: Will this record scare parents?

I'm the 90s, between Manson, Nine Inch Nails, Tupac, etc., the answer was a resounding yes.

But now, the parents are the ones that grew up on metal and gangster rap. There's not much music kids can get into now that's going to have that kind of rebellious spirit. So, instead, genres are packed with stuff that all seems recycled from things parents listened to 20 years ago.

There's plenty of things that adults are scared of: EDM, autotuned vocals, whispery vocals, baggy pants

EDM: Yes, the ooomph-te-oomph-te-ooomph-te-ooomph-te-ooomph isn't edgy to anyone.

Auto tune was discovered by a middle aged tech at an oil company. It's really just camouflage to hide singers that can't stay on key.

As for baggy pants, I doubt the generation that lived through Cross Colors, JNCOs, and Silvertabs is intimidated.

[4.bp.blogspot.com image 417x234]


A quote from a movie made in 1997. What's your point?
 
2017-09-20 10:44:21 AM  

stoli n coke: LewDux: stoli n coke: LewDux: stoli n coke: LegacyDL: I think about the 90s the way a married person thinks about "the one that got away". I mean yeah it wasn't perfect but god damn I miss it.

This. Although I can kind of understand why teenagers don't like it. The music this decade by and large isn't as good because it's missing an X-factor that has been important for youth music since the 60s: Will this record scare parents?

I'm the 90s, between Manson, Nine Inch Nails, Tupac, etc., the answer was a resounding yes.

But now, the parents are the ones that grew up on metal and gangster rap. There's not much music kids can get into now that's going to have that kind of rebellious spirit. So, instead, genres are packed with stuff that all seems recycled from things parents listened to 20 years ago.

There's plenty of things that adults are scared of: EDM, autotuned vocals, whispery vocals, baggy pants

EDM: Yes, the ooomph-te-oomph-te-ooomph-te-ooomph-te-ooomph isn't edgy to anyone.

Auto tune was discovered by a middle aged tech at an oil company. It's really just camouflage to hide singers that can't stay on key.

As for baggy pants, I doubt the generation that lived through Cross Colors, JNCOs, and Silvertabs is intimidated.

[4.bp.blogspot.com image 417x234]

A quote from a movie made in 1997. What's your point?


Too soon? How about "fear leads to anger", thus angry = afraid

Just because dozen of people thought something was satanic doesn't mean that parents were afraid of past equivalents of this or that, most thought it was stupid and is used to hide inability to play guitar and sing like Elvis or Sinatra, etc
 
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