The High End Of Low

Marilyn Manson / Interscope
Release date
26 May 2009
Running length
15 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Devour 3:46 88,056
2 Pretty as a ($) 2:45 53,640
3 Leave A Scar 3:55 83,233
4 Four Rusted Horses 5:01 75,723
5 Arma-Goddamn-Motherfuckin-Geddon 3:39 92,224
6 Blank and White 4:28 68,719
7 Running To The Edge Of The World 6:26 78,468
8 I Want To Kill You Like They Do In the Movies 9:02 57,641
9 WOW 4:56 59,533
10 Wight Spider 5:33 55,928
11 Unkillable Monster 3:44 56,114
12 We're From America 5:05 65,062
13 I Have to Look Up Just to See Hell 4:12 51,277
14 Into the Fire 5:15 55,198
15 15 4:21 51,846

About this album

The High End of Low is the seventh studio album by Marilyn Manson. Sean Beavan, who mixed Antichrist Superstar, Mechanical Animals, and Eat Me, Drink Me, is co-producer of the album along with Chris Vrenna. The album was released on May 25 2009 in the United Kingdom and May 26, 2009 in the United States. The album’s first radio single “Arma-Goddamn-Motherfuckin-Geddon” was released on May 18, 2009. Reviews were mixed, with some criticizing the repetitiveness of the music and lacklustre ideas, while others praised a more human Manson following his divorce, and a return to the sound of the well-received Mechanical Animals. The album debuted at number four on the Billboard charts, falling to number 24 and 60 on its second and third weeks.

On November 29, 2007, it was reported that Marilyn Manson planned to begin writing songs for their seventh studio album. Pre-production began following the band’s Rape of the World tour, which ended on March 2, 2008. Jeordie “Twiggy Ramirez” White, who had collaborated with Manson on numerous previous projects was confirmed as a collaborator, and also mentioned as possible contributors were Kerry King (of Slayer) and James Iha (former guitarist of The Smashing Pumpkins), though ultimately only White would be involved. The album was recorded in Manson’s Hollywood Hills studio and the first single (“We’re From America”) was made available for download from on March 27th, 2009.

The album received mixed reviews; some critics felt it sounded diluted and repetitive while others praised the album for showing Manson’s more human face after his divorce and best material since Mechanical Animals.

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  • handcuter

    This is not his worst album, and obviously not his best.[2]

    28 Jul 3:49pm Reply
  • luchs

    Lyrically weak. Most of these songs just sound whiny and bitter in a bad way. The instruments and composition are solid though I wish there were more hard tracks. Could have been a great album if they spent more time on word choice and flow.

    15 Jul 1:01am Reply
  • antiskum

    really under-appreciated album. i think it's excellent. better than portrait, GAOG, EMDM and BV in my mind.

    12 Jun 8:51am Reply
  • ViniciusStilt

    This is not his worst album, and obviously not his best. But this album have something special in the lyrics, something that I love to hear. All the feeling of pain and the alternative sounds mixed are simply amazing.

    20 Apr 2:25am Reply
  • GhostHaunted

    His worst album, but there is a few good songs.

    7 Apr 2:39pm Reply
  • somacarcrash

    It took me a long time, but...I think this is one of his best, definitely top 5. Obviously not better than the first 3, but I think we all underestimated how well this has aged. Born Villain is trying to be this but it fails me.

    28 Feb 11:23am Reply
  • MsDiplodocusss

    so this album is kinda shitty, but it has some gems! I Have to Look Up Just to See Hell, 15, and Running to the Edge of the World are amazing. They're...well ... the high end of low. *ba dum tss*

    20 Feb 12:03am Reply
  • Unk_Monster

    Best Manson's album ever

    30 Jan 5:04pm Reply
  • Sklaventreiber6

    One of the baddest albums I've ever heard and I'm a really optimistic person

    21 Dec 2013 Reply
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    28 Nov 2013 Reply
  • DxWxTx

    I love all of the albums he put out in the 2000's but this one's my fave.

    17 Nov 2013 Reply
  • Miazga_Systemu

    better than EMDM, there is some really good tracks!

    27 Oct 2013 Reply
  • malonemuert

    haha, this record is so bad I can only laugh :)

    15 Oct 2013 Reply
  • AliEET

    Amazing album ! My most favorit track is blank & white

    13 Oct 2013 Reply
  • MaKsIFcHa

    GOVNO OVER 9000!

    24 Aug 2013 Reply

    It's so damn good and underrated

    3 Jun 2013 Reply
  • alfred129

    My rating 4.7 out of 10

    28 May 2013 Reply
  • AdamKadmon8

    I like this album, very beautiful indeed, it's so lovely and personal as EMDM

    25 May 2013 Reply
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  • JuliaHearts

    This whole album is perfection.

    8 Jan 2013 Reply
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