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The American music scene has often fostered a specific type of earnest, troubled outsider, armed only with an acoustic guitar and basic recording equipment. Such is Daniel Johnston, a singer-songwriter from Texas who struggled all his life with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. The musician has been revered by indie-rockers for his wounded, sincere songs about love, despair and isolation, his voice gentle and brittle; it didn’t hurt that Kurt Cobain was famously photographed in the Nineties wearing a T-shirt that bore the cover art of Johnston’s album Hi, How Are You. And he may be the only artist who was fought over by major record labels while institutionalized. In 2004, a covers album of his songs by artists like Bright Eyes, TV on the Radio and Beck helped to reignite Johnston’s cult, and the 2005 doc The Devil and Daniel Johnston brought his work to an even wider audience.

In April 2006 King Diamond reunited with Dee, an old friend, at a sold-out gig at Kåren in Gothenburg, Sweden . [7] In 2001 King referred to Dee as "one of the best [drummers] of all time and that's something that has bothered us since he left." [8]

In the 1990s and 2000s, Marilyn Manson became perhaps the most notable and well known act in shock rock . He was once dubbed by former US Senator Joseph Lieberman (D-Conn) as "perhaps the sickest group ever promoted by a mainstream record company." Manson's stage antics, such as burning the American flag and ripping pages out of the Bible , have been the focus of protests throughout his career. [7] Manson argued that every artist has their means of presentation and that his visual and vocal styles are merely a way for him to control the angle that his audience and the general public view and interpret what he is trying to convey artistically. [8]

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