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Artist IconMarilyn Manson
Artist Icon Eat Me, Drink Me
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Eat Me, Drink Me is the sixth full-length studio album by American rock band Marilyn Manson. It was released on June 5, 2007 through Interscope Records. It was recorded in a rented home-recording studio in Hollywood by lead vocalist Marilyn Manson and guitarist and bassist Tim Sköld. The album was produced by Manson and Sköld, and mixed by Sean Beavan. Upon release it was met with positive reviews from mainstream music critics.

Manson has stated that he sang most of the album lying down on the studio floor with his hands cupping the studio mic, resulting in a very distinctive vocal sound. Of Sköld's compositions a further two are said to have been turned into fully-fledged songs with lyrics, music and vocals completed but were not put onto album for fear of making it overwrought.

The album was the last Marilyn Manson album to feature band member Tim Sköld, and spawned two singles ("Heart-Shaped Glasses (When the Heart Guides the Hand) and "Putting Holes in Happiness"). The band supported the album with the Rape of the World Tour. The album debuted at â„– 8 on the Billboard 200.
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