Talk:Samples in Marilyn Manson songs

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Lunchbox[edit]

I won't edit the page because I may be wrong, but isn't the Down in the Park sample actually:

"All that I have left of her are a few burned pictures that I keep in the dictionary under the word: girl.".

The preceding unsigned comment was added by SoulSample on 16:59, 23 January 2009.

Source of Coma Black Intro Sample?[edit]

I can't seem to find the source of this sample attested anywhere online.

The Nachtkabarett states "The words which are spoken at the beginning of Coma Black, are: "A loved one laid his head in her lap. Red roses fell to the floor, and the world stood still." A reference to Jackie O holding Kennedy's head after his assasination [sic]" at http://www.nachtkabarett.com/theDevilsNotebook/HolyWood but doesn't overtly state the source.

It doesn't sound like the voice of any band member as far as I know, but I guess it could have been spoken by someone they employed.

Riyuky 01:55, 15 February 2010 (UTC)

I Dispute the Tourniquet "I Want to Control Her" Reference[edit]

I've never heard anything on Tourniquet that sounds remotely like "Perhaps I have weakened her body. I want to control her." I'm not sure where this is claimed to occur, since the only (easily perceptible) sample is at the very beginning of the song, which is a backmasked recording of Manson saying "This is my lowest point of vulnerability." as attested in The Long Hard Road Out of Hell and at The Devil's Notebook on the NK. I'm adding the reference to "lowest point" backmasked sample and will leave the prior assertion in place

Samples at the Beginning of Wormboy?[edit]

At the risk of prejudicing someone's judgment, I think it kind of sounds like:

"My computer...a copy of the circuit. Oh it’s awesome! Where is there a Wurlitzer line absorption? We simply suffer Haldon to...a howitzer; a world."

I actually think that the line "Oh it's awesome!" is clearly audible. But otherwise I'm confident that very little of that is accurate, if indeed there is meaningful speech at all. Any ideas? This one's been killing me for over four years now!