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History The first signs of Marilyn Manson was in 1989 in Southern Florida when Manson then a Ohio-born photojournalism major and Daisy then a guitarist who had been through five bands came together and formed a band Their names were changed to Marilyn Manson and Daisy Berkowitz The names would come from different tabloid TV shit By 1990 Marilyn Manson became Marilyn Manson and the Spooky Kids Manson was singer Daisy the lead guitar Gidget Gein as bass Madonna Wayne Gacy on the keyboards he replaced the original keyboardist Zsa Zsa Speck and a drum machine They opened for NIN and Trent was very impressed with them and would help them in the future in many different ways In 1991 Sara Lee Lucas replaced the old drum machine and in 1992 Marilyn Manson and the Spooky Kids became just Marilyn Manson By then they had gathered fame all over the locals They even won two straight Band of Year honors at a local music award thing Singles such as Dope Hat Lunchbox My Monkey had already won the support of the people 1993 was a very busy year They got a contract from Trent Reznors new own label Nothing and got a spot on NINs 94 tour The making of their first album Portrait of an American Family was underway Trent Reznor was the producer of the album At the end of 93 Gidget Gein bass was no more a part of the band His is drug problems had apparently gone out of hand Twiggy Ramirez from Amboog-A-Lard became the new bassist 1994 was the major breakthrough for the Manson family National tours with NIN gained them fame and other things In Salt Lake City they were banned for the first time in Manson history Manson got to meet Dr Anton Szandor LaVey He is the founder of the Church of Satan Dr LaVey named Manson as a priest
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