MARILYN MANSON told Rolling Stone magazine at the October 31 opening of his new Hollywood art gallery, the Celebritarian Corporation Gallery of Fine Art, that heis nearly done with an album set for a 2007 release. "The process of opening a gallery ended up inspiring me to make a new record," he said. "We're about two songs away from a finished album that we didn't even have a few months ago. It sounds rather pretentious sometimes, but it's easier for me to just call myself an artist — if I decide to do music or if I decide to do a film, it works. I just want to uphold a level of integrity."
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