The Upside Down Show - Netflix

Posted on Mon 26 November 2018 in netflix

The Upside Down Show (AKA Down Upside), Shane Dundas and David Collins play brothers who live together in a strange house with a variety of unusual rooms.

The Upside Down Show - Netflix

Type: Variety

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2006-10-16

The Upside Down Show - Heaven Upside Down - Netflix

Heaven Upside Down is the tenth studio album by American rock band Marilyn Manson, released on October 6, 2017 by Loma Vista Recordings and Caroline International. The record was originally due for release on Valentine's Day, and had a working title of Say10. However, its release was delayed, principally due to the eponymous vocalist being unhappy with the quality of the record by that date, and also because of the band's touring commitments and producer Tyler Bates' schedule scoring films, as well as the death of Manson's father during production, to whom the album was later dedicated. The album was recorded by many of the same musicians who performed on The Pale Emperor, including Bates and Gil Sharone. The band's longtime bassist Twiggy Ramirez did not take part in recording sessions, despite Manson initially suggesting otherwise. Twiggy was dismissed from the band soon after the record's release, following sexual assault allegations made against him by a former girlfriend. He was replaced on subsequent tour dates by Juan Alderete. The Heaven Upside Down Tour has seen the band's vocalist injured on multiple occasions: he fractured his ankle after jumping off a stage; he was also crushed by a large stage prop. The latter incident resulted in the rescheduling of an entire leg of the tour. “We Know Where You Fucking Live” was issued as the lead single on September 11. This was followed on September 20 by “Kill4Me”, which went on to become the band's highest-peaking single ever on Billboard's Mainstream Rock Chart. Three music videos have been released, for the two aforementioned singles, as well as “Say10”. Two of these music videos have featured actor Johnny Depp. The record received positive reviews from music critics upon release, with several publications claiming it continued the creative resurgence which began with their previous album. It was also successful commercially, debuting at number eight on the Billboard 200, and was the band's highest-charting album in over a decade in several territories, such as Australia and the United Kingdom.

The Upside Down Show - Background and recording - Netflix

The band's eponymous vocalist announced on KEGL in November 2015 that he, Tyler Bates, Twiggy and Gil Sharone had begun work on the follow-up to 2015's The Pale Emperor. Seven months later, during an interview with Ryan J. Downey at the APMAs, he revealed several details about the forthcoming record, such as a tentative Valentine's Day release date, along with its working title, Say10. He later explained that the title originated from a hand-written note found in his twelfth-grade workbook from GlenOak High School, near Canton, Ohio. As with The Pale Emperor, Manson and Bates worked on the record while the latter was composing score material for the American television series Salem, the third season of which featured Manson as a recurring cast member. Parts of the album were recorded in Louisiana where Manson was filming scenes for the series. The vocalist was doubtful if Bates would agree to work with him again, considering The Hell Not Hallelujah Tour saw relations between the two deteriorate to where Manson threatened the guitarist on-stage with a box-cutter knife. Bates said the incident stemmed from Manson “breaking beer bottles so he could cut himself, but the shards of glass were hitting our drummer Gil. I got really pissed and told him to stop with the fucking glass. ... so he like, kicked a [bottle] and it hit me on stage and I'd just had enough. I said, 'What the fuck?'. So instead of the bottle, he pulls out a box cutter and says 'You want me to cut you open with this box cutter, Tyler Bates?' I said, 'You fucking come near me and I'll kill you with that box cutter!'” Bates renamed his music publishing company Box Cutter Music in honor of the incident. Despite initially suggesting that Twiggy would contribute to recording sessions, it was later confirmed that the band's longtime bassist would not feature on the album, although he did attend sessions in Bates' recording studio in Studio City. After listening to pre-recorded basslines performed by Bates, Twiggy responded by indicating he would be unable to “play them any better, and that the record sounded great [as it was]”, according to Manson. On May 8, 2017, Manson revealed the album had been renamed Heaven Upside Down and said its recording had been completed.

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