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Hemingway and absinthe make for a direct correlation in the minds of readers in the 20th Century and today. Absinthe features prominently in much of Hemingway’s work, including: For Whom The Bell Tolls , where the protagonist turns to absinthe as a substitute for the poor quality of the local liquors; The Sun Also Rises , about a sojourn to Spain in which Pernod is the drink of choice for the traveling party; and the short story, “Hills Like White Elephants,” where abortion is considered over drinks of absinthe at a train depot. Hemingway’s famed use of absinthe comes as a bit of a puzzle, due to the fact that it was banned in much of the Western world when he was in his teenage years, but the likely case is that he was able to stock up on trips to Cuba and Spain, where he famously participated in the running of the bulls.

After founding a record label named Hell, etc., Marilyn Manson released Born Villain in 2012 and The Pale Emperor in 2015. The latter album, co-produced with Tyler Bates, earned strong reviews for its focused, blues-tinged sound. Manson has also continued to pursue acting, appearing in such popular TV shows as Californication , Eastbound & Down and Sons of Anarchy . 

Born Villain is released on Cooking Vinyl and Manson’s own label Hell, Etc.  Marilyn Manson has had astounding success across the globe including three albums being certified platinum and three more certified gold in the USA, in addition to three top ten albums and two number-one albums (Mechanical Animals and The Golden Age of Grotesque).

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