MARILYN MANSON was hospitalized after "going too far" during the recording of his new album. He's putting the finishing touches to his record, titled The Golden Age Of Grotesque, in Los Angeles.Writing in his diary on the official MANSON website, MARILYN said that a "strenuous" week led to his hospitalization, but did not give further details. "This week was strenuous and I landed myself in the hospital as a result of 'going too far' in the creation process," he said. "I am fine now and glad to be back in the studio. We have just completed the last track for the album and it is my favorite so far."
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