Y2Kessler: Recyclable Youths

If I could describe what the message behind the song "Disposable Teens" to you in the simplest way possible, it's Marilyn Manson's edgy way of saying "Kids these days, am I right?"

The original song was released in 2 parts, and was made to emulate John Lennon's "Working Class Hero" and The Doors' "Five to One". The song also borrows some lyrics from The Beatles "Revolution", and a quote from George Orwell's 1984! Funny that the song's called Disposable Teens, yet the references  are some that most teens (even in the year 2000) wouldn't get!

Marilyn Manson - Disposable Teens - 2000