I recently picked this little oddity up. My reasoning was simply because I have never seen a Charles Manson record before. I knew about his brief affiliation with the Beach Boys, but that was about it. "Lie: The Love and Terror Cult" is his most famous recording that was made in 1967 and released as an LP in 1970 while the Tate/LaBianca murders and subsequent Manson Family trials were still headline news. You're absolutely stunned and are unsure as to what kind of opinion to form for the questionable subject at hand. It's the ultimate test of a music lover. As much as I want to say this is a novelty record, and for the most part it is, some of these songs are really good. The only way to appreciate this album is to put aside your personal feelings about the man and judge it for what it is. There was a reason artists such as Neil Young, Dennis Wilson and Terry Melcher wanted this guy to be signed: He had genuine musical talent. The songs run the gamut from hauntingly beautiful (Look at Your Game Girl) to darkly relevant and humorous (Garbage Dump) to otherworldly (I'll Never Say Never to Always) to downright bizarre and, yes, scary (Mechanical Man). He was batshit crazy, but the album is nice. Simple melodies and sweet voice, something sinister.
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