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Iconic rock artist Marilyn Manson rose to fame at the tail-end of the 1990s, dominating the modern rock charts with industrial anthems like “The Dope Show,” “The Beautiful People,” and an iconic cover of the Eurythmics’ 1983 hit “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This).” A self-proclaimed “Antichrist Superstar,” Manson became a popculture antihero on the strength of his artful, dark, gothic approach to music, reinventing himself with the coming of the new millennium to fit a more matured hard rock role. Manson is regarded as one of the most iconic and controversial figures in heavy metal music. He has released ten studio albums to date, three of which have earned platinum certifications with three more going gold. He has been nominated (along with his band) for a total of four Grammy Awards.