„…What people miss about (Marilyn) Manson is that he is just reflecting, he's an artist, people want to focus that energy on him, but it's not really him, it's really about you. So for every guy sitting there with a beer and a.45 in his belt, Manson is just speaking to that end of society. He's speaking as an artist. He's not speaking as himself, and that's where people get really lost with Manson.“

—  Билли Корган, Corgan, William. Interview. 1998 Pre-Grammy Show. MTV. 25 February 1998.
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