Charles Manson - 12 Canciones. Compuestas y Cantadas por Charles Manson LP
Lie: The Love and Terror Cult (stylized as LIE: The Love and Terror Cult) is the debut studio album by American convicted criminal and folk singer-songwriter Charles Manson. It was released on vinyl on March 6, 1970 by Phil Kaufman, through a record label branded Awareness Records. Although not a commercial success, the album has received critical praise by reviewers such as those in the All Music Guide, and it retains a following among Americans interested in the Manson case, with multiple covers and samples made by musicians from the album. Examples include artists such as GG Allin, Guns N' Roses and Marilyn Manson. The cover is a parody of the December 19, 1969 Life magazine cover, which featured Manson along with the headline "The Love and Terror Cult". The two covers are identical; however the "F" in "LIFE" has been deleted and the line "The dark edge of hippie life" has been removed. The date and price are replaced with the Awareness Records logo.