A Manson DVD, The Golden Age of Grotesque, bought by Mitchell, was shown to the court.
What does TGAOG stand for?
TGAOG stands for The Golden Age of Grotesque (Marilyn Manson album)
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But, through albums such as Antichrist Superstar and The Golden Age Of Grotesque, MM has turned his version of goth-metal into a nice little earner.
The DVD film was released in a special format with Manson's CD, The Golden Age of Grotesque, just weeks before her death on June 30.
In this latest ranking, the notorious Marilyn Manson shoots straight to the top with The Golden Age Of Grotesque (Nothing/Interscope) entering the chart at #1 with sales of 118,174 copies.
Marilyn Manson - The Golden Age of Grotesque (Interscope) Those who predicted the Manson machine would implode long before the self-styled God of grotesque attained global acclaim might well be eating their words sometime soon.
Byline: PAUL COLE MARILYN MANSON The Golden Age Of Grotesque (Interscope) SHOCK rocker Manson has always represented the triumph of style over substance, his increasingly bizarre on-stage incarnations rather than his music grabbing the headlines.
Marilyn Manson The Golden Age of Grotesque (Nothing/Interscope) Album number five from the evil one with the wonky pupils, and this one is inspired by "the glamour of 1930s Hollywood, the grotesque of vaudeville and the erotic art of Weimar Berlin".
Having split from his long-term songwriting partner and band bassist Twiggy Ramirez, The Golden Age Of Grotesque was Manson's first solo- written album and probably the best we've seen from him since Antichrist Superstar way back in 1996.