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MANSON, CHARLES - Lie, The love and terror cult

Lie: The Love and Terror Cult is the debut album by Charles Manson, originally released by Awareness Records. Recorded on September 11, 1967 and August 9, 1968 (overdubs), its distribution began during the Manson murder trial by Phil Kaufman who initially pressed a run of 2000 copies, that of which only 300 sold. He later approached ESP-Disk about putting out the album in hopes for a wider circulation, which they agreed to. The cover is a copy of the December 19, 1969 Time Life front cover, on which Manson had appeared, only with "LIFE" substituted with "LIE." "Cease to Exist" had been previously recorded by the Beach Boys under the name "Never Learn Not to Love," and it appears both on their 1969 album, 20/20, and as the B-side of the single of "Bluebirds over the Mountain." The single gives songwriting credit to Manson and Dennis Wilson. Manson is not given co-writing credit on the album. It is worth pointing out that the Beach Boys's version includes such significant changes as the inclusion of a bridge that was not part of Manson's version, and the change of the line "Cease to exist" to "Cease to resist," which alters the meaning of the song. All proceeds from one reissue of the album, released by Awareness Records, were donated to a California fund for victims of violent crime, as California law prohibited Manson himself from collecting any money or royalties for his work.

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