The Long Hard Road Out Of Hell by Marilyn Manson

The Long Hard Road Out Of Hell

byMarilyn Manson

Paperback | April 15, 1999

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The best-selling autobiography of America’s most controversial celebrity icon, Marilyn Manson (with a bonus chapter not in the hardcover).

In his twenty-nine years, rock idol Manson has experienced more than most people have (or would want to) in a lifetime. Now, in his shocking and candid memoir, he takes readers from backstage to gaol cells, from recording studios to emergency rooms, from the pit of despair to the top of the charts, and recounts his metamorphosis from a frightened Christian schoolboy into the most feared and revered music superstar in the country. Illustrated with dozens of exclusive photographs and featuring a behind-the-scenes account of his headline-grabbing Dead to the World tour.

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Marilyn Manson has more than 450 scars, not counting emotional ones.

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Title:The Long Hard Road Out Of HellFormat:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 9.12 × 6.12 × 0.72 inPublished:April 15, 1999Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0060987464

ISBN - 13:9780060987466

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To some he's messianic and to others he's diabolic. He's Marilyn Manson, a rock star and agent provocateur. He's also a writer of his own story, an account that traces his rise to the top of the charts to a past life as a nervous Christian schoolboy. The Long Hard Road Out of Hell features exclusive tour photos and behind-the-scenes anecdotes fans will appreciate. Manson, whether you like his music or not, bravely sets down his story in print for judgement of his worthiness as musician and icon.

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"Nothing short of captivating in all its intentional, over-the-top bad taste." (Edge)