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Watch: Marilyn Manson’s Drunken Australian Tour

Written by John Ritchie on March 5, 2012

With all the highlights coming out of Soundwave Festival this year, there has to be a lowlight, and for some that was Mariyln Manson. His first tour back after a 3-year break appeared to be a mistake and maybe AJ Maddah coaxed him out of an alcohol binge a little too early.

While hardcore Manson fans will continue to praise his performances, it seems to most that Manson is past his best. What are your thoughts? Is this the shock rocker’s greatest work of art or a train wreck playing out in front of us?

Manson is high on narcotics…

Manson falls over on stage…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cwNeKMcPjcE

Manson rants in Sydney…

The Beautiful People in Brisbane…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mkL6tLN8AC8

Manson needs a beer…

Throwing drugs in the crowd at Melbourne…

The Beautiful People in Sydney…

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