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    The world got its first taste of controversial shock-rocker/anti-hero Marilyn Manson with his band’s cover of the Eurythmics’ “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This).” Included on Manson’s 1995 EP Smells Like Children, the song became a huge MTV hit and set the stage for his Trent Reznor-produced 1996 follow-up, Antichrist Superstar. A rock opera inspired by the works of German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, the industrial goth-metal album debuted at number three on the pop charts and yielded the singles "The Beautiful People" and "Tourniquet.” For his next album, Manson took a cue from David Bowie and recorded 1998’s sleeker, more glammed-up Mechanical Animals (“The Dope Show,” “I Don’t Like the Drugs (But the Drugs Like Me)”). Though his heyday is over, Manson’s dark, twisted nightmares remain spooky as ever on vinyl.

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