July 14, 6 pm
ul. Batorego 10
Shock-rocker Marilyn Manson is in town this month to perform what promises to be an entertaining and no doubt controversial show.
Since bursting on to the scene back in 1994 with his eponymous group’s debut album “Portrait of an American Family,” the singer, whose stage name is a juxtaposition of two famous Americans – Marilyn Monroe and Charles Manson – has often been seen as the scourge of middle America for his perceived negative influence on teenagers.
Although the group’s sales and fame have waned since their peak with 1996’s “Antichrist Superstar” they’ve still achieved total album sales of more than 20 million, with 2012 release “Born Villain” their eighth studio recording.
Fans of the group can expect to hear hits such as “The Beautiful People,” “Tourniquet,” and covers including their well-known version of “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)” during their Warsaw gig.
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