Lady Gaga Vs Marylin Manson

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While I was doing my daily rounds on the Internet, looking for something lovely and interesting to share I was struck by lightning! Could be that our very own Pantlessness Extraordinaire Lady Gaga be a Marilyn Manson fan?

The long lost rock renegade’s look is almost 100% Gaga’s look avec pants. What is going on and how haven’t I picked on that one before? Why hasn’t anyone? (click through to convince yourself that they’d made a lovely couple!) (photos via 1, 2, photochopping courtesy Stylefrizz)

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#1 Adriana on 01.26.10 at 6:11 am

Marilyn Manson. I’m a die hard rock fan but I hate his music with a passion. Gaga Manson, ugh.. and now the music industry has present us Ke$sha, at least her name is clear what it’s all about….tik tok, tik tok, can the brainwash stop please…..I go back underground where it’s really interesting.
I see scary people…..

#2 kpriss on 01.26.10 at 6:15 am

lol! Talking about the underground : here’s my latest discovery (it’s not hard rock, it’s not even rock! but if you’re in the mood for something peaceful, melodic music to dance on, you can try it!) : Forro in the Dark. let me know how it feels!

#3 Adriana on 01.26.10 at 6:39 am

No, no, I’m not limited interest in rock only lol! What a great sound this is so much more happy and interesting than ca$h music. Though Cash, The Man in Black is a hero to me.

This feels very good. Up to song three….also good…..

Thank you! :*

#4 kpriss on 01.26.10 at 6:57 am

I knew it, that’s why I passed it on to you, hoping you’ll appreciate them as much as I did! :*

#5 Adriana on 01.26.10 at 9:16 am

I’ve yet sent the link around. There’s a kind of “hunger” for great non-ca$h music. I believe the way the current ca$h music reigns open doors back to the basics and interesting ways of cooperation genres and explore music in a smaller circuit to enjoy as back in the 80’s and decades earlier. :)

#6 cc on 01.26.10 at 6:46 pm

MM is fantastic music. A lot of it reminds me of David Bowie’s glam rock sound. It sounds best when it is really loud – trust me. It’s ridiculous trying to form an opinion on it if you only hear it on the radio.

#7 Adriana on 01.27.10 at 10:08 am

Whaaaa? MM reminds you of David Bowie? Get the earplugs out of your ears and look good at their photos and David’s attitude back then. I know what the best volume is for rock music, trust me or ask my neighbours! :D
I’ve seen MM live just out of curiosity. He has been often in Amsterdam as a visitor and sans make-up. So I know what I’m talking about.

#8 kpriss on 01.27.10 at 11:36 am

It’s great when good music gets recognition! Well done, Adriana!

cc I wouldn’t go as far as David Bowie, but I used to enjoy Marilyn Manson’s music back in the late 90s. Somewhere around his Dita von Teese period he diluted himself and his music. I think he doesn’t have any more enfant terrible aces down his sleeve to shock us with…

I agree with you both, though, rock equals pump up the volume or nada.

#9 Adriana on 01.28.10 at 6:36 am

LOL, right pump of the volume or nada. :D

#10 stop it on 02.16.10 at 6:39 am

it’s people like you who have led producers to butcher music with the loudness war.

#11 Adriana on 02.16.10 at 9:18 am

People like me pump up the volume a limited time a day in agreement with my neighbours. For the rest, at night as an example, people like me use headphones if I like volume!

#12 Sue on 09.22.10 at 11:24 am

I think Marilyn Manson is an intellegent man just because he wears that make-up doesn’t not mean he suits that trashy woman gaga, he does what he does because he believes in it, i wish more people were actually like him, he is not scared of fighting for his own beliefs.

#13 cc on 09.22.10 at 4:23 pm

The music on Manson’s ‘Mechanical Animals’ album is very glam rock and his stylings at the time with colourful makeup and sequins were more Bowie than goth – (which his previous albums were). Since ‘Mechanical Animals’, a lot of his music has remained very similar – a driving, pulsing glam rock rhythm. When this album came out, Manson spoke of Bowie a lot and the music press commented on it as well. I was a huge fan at the time so I remember it clearly! :)

#14 cc on 09.22.10 at 4:25 pm

One can easily see the love for Bowie that Gaga and Marilyn M share – from their hair and makeup alone!

#15 Adriana on 09.24.10 at 6:11 am

I’m a huge Bowie fan and see what they both stole from Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust alter ego. Gaga and Manson are music wise both stealers anyway. I rather here Metallica’s pure sound than Manson’s noise.

#16 Adriana on 09.24.10 at 7:32 am

Speaking of Bowie and off-topic: I just heard one of the most awful covers ever! Mrs Sarkozy aka Carla Bruni killed Bowie’s “Absolute Beginners”. She can’t sing…..sil vous plait Carla: stick to whisper/sing French songs or something….argh….
I need some fresh air, gonna take a walk in the late Autumn afternoon sun, so lovely. :)

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