The music video, directed by Rod Chong, features Manson performing in a damp "attic-like" scene, intertwined by footage of band members and two feisty teenage girls. It did not receive much video play.
The "Lunchbox" video, directed by Richard Kern, features a boy played by six year old Robert Pierce, whose vocals were also used in the song, being bullied by two older students. The boy goes home, fed up with the way he is treated, and shaves his head and prepares for any future retaliation against the bullies with his metal lunchbox. The boy later goes to the rollerskating rink where Marilyn Manson is performing. The boy gives Manson his lunchbox, which Manson lights on fire and parades around. The video ends with the boy staring into the burning lunchbox. It is one of the few music videos with Manson performing without wearing makeup.
The "Dope Hat" music video, directed by Tom Stern, features the band riding a boat through a psychedelic tunnel directly inspired by the 1971 film Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, which happens to be one of Manson's favorite films. In the video, the band members perform with many children and people resembling the "Oompa-Loompas" from Willy Wonka aboard the boat.
Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)
In the "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)" video, the band performs in an old, decrepit asylum while wearing a variety of strange costumes. Many pigeons and a pig, which Manson rides during the climax, are also seen in the video. The video was a gateway to popularity for the band. The video was directed by Dean Karr.
The Beautiful People
Directed by Floria Sigismondi, video for "The Beautiful People" has been described as "the creepiest of creepy videos". Filmed in the abandoned Goodenham and Worts distillery in Toronto, Canada, the clip depicts the band performing the song in a classroom-like setting adorned with medical prostheses and laboratory equipment. Intercut with performance footage are scenes of Manson on stilts, wearing a long gown-like costume, aviator goggles, and prosthetic makeup, making him appear bald and grotesquely tall. After being placed in this costume by similarly-attired attendants, he appears at a window to a cheering crowd in a scene reminiscent of a fascist rally, and later stands in the center of a circle while people march around him performing the Hitler salute. Other fast-cut scenes include extreme closeups of crawling earthworms; mannequin heads and hands; the boots of people marching; shots of the individual band members in bizarre costumes; and Manson in back and neck braces and a dental device that retracts the flesh of his mouth with hooks, exposing metallic teeth. The video premiered on MTV on September 22, 1996 and was nominated for three 1997 Video Music Awards (Best Rock Video, Best Special Effects, Best Art Direction) although it did not win any of these awards. The video is available on the Lest We Forget (The Best of) bonus DVD, as well as on the VHS compilation God Is in the T.V..
The video for "Tourniquet" features an array of grotesque imagery within a dark and surreal environment. It is mostly concentrated around an odd humanoid, suggested by the lyrics to be a creation of Manson's, propped up on wheels to move. He tends to his creation with the assistance of another child-like creature throughout the video. The video was directed by Floria Sigismondi.
The music video for the song was directed by Elias Merhige and co-directed by Manson. In 1996, Merhige was contacted by Marilyn Manson in regards to producing a music video for "Cryptorchid", the day after he saw Merhige's experimental horror film Begotten. Manson and Merhige met in Los Angeles, California where they would produce the video. Merhige also expressed interest in filming a video for "Antichrist Superstar", which would subsequently be rejected by Interscope Records. The "Cryptorchid" video uses scenes from Merhige's 1991 experimental horror film, Begotten, with new scenes filmed including Manson to replace the original entity depicted in the film. It was meant to be screened at live performances, during costume changes and intermissions, but this plan did not suffice because the band fell through payment for the projection on the Dead to the World Tour. The footage of death and decrepit things shot in fuzzy black and white gave way for its ban from MTV.
Man That You Fear
In the music video, directed by Wiz, Manson portrays a man who is condemned to die. He is "chosen" by a blindfolded child who spins around pointing her finger. When she stops spinning, she removed the blindfold and sees the trailer home that she is pointing to — the condemned's home. The video features all events of his last day on earth, leading up to his death by stoning in an isolated location of the desert. The plot is said to be derived from Shirley Jackson's short story The Lottery.
Long Hard Road Out of Hell
The music video, directed by Mathew Ralson, was deemed too offensive for television screenings, therefore it has been aired worldwide only a handful of times. Manson is shown throughout the course of the video naked, or alternatively dressed very feminine and posing like statues of saints and imitating a blood soaked Virgin Mary. He also has an erotic encounter with a girl who in the climax of the video abruptly becomes a deformed man.
Apple of Sodom
On November 24, 2009, the music video for "Apple of Sodom" was released, 11 years after it was originally created. It was directed by Joseph Cultice and shot in 1998, in New York City and Los-Angeles. The video seems to mix the gritty darkness of the Antichrist Superstar era with the glam of the upcoming Mechanical Animals era and seems to have been intended as a transition between the two albums. It was eventually shelved due to it's nudity and low budget looks in comparison to The Dope Show which would be released the same year. To quote the director, "I did it myself with Manson, never got much of a release, partly because of the tits, and it was so low budget."
The music video for the song, directed by Elias Merhige and co-directed by Manson, was filmed sometime during 1996, but remains currently unreleased. It was originally screened at the 1997 San Francisco Film Festival as part of a program titled "Newly Minted Memories". It won a Golden Gate Certificate of Merit in the "Music Video" category. Despite these three known screenings, the video remains absent from all recollections of The Heirophant community, adding to the mystery surrounding it. In 1996, Merhige was contacted by Marilyn Manson in regards to producing a music video for "Cryptorchid", the day after he saw Merhige's experimental horror film Begotten. Manson and Merhige met in Los Angeles, California where they would produce the "Cryptorchid" video. Merhige also expressed interest in filming a video for "Antichrist Superstar", but wanted to use a bulk of footage outtake that he had already compiled. He shot excess material featuring Manson, then put it together with the pre-existing scenes. Merhige used military footage from different countries and different wars, that depicted the fascist aspect of the song, but Manson was not quite sure that it represented the criticism that it deserved. It wasn't ultimately Manson's opinion that mattered however because Interscope was appalled by the video. "That's not to say it won't be seen," said Manson, "but I'm not sure if [Merhige] ever had a fair chance of finishing it because of the record company." Existing knowledge indicates that the music video was 5 minutes and 30 seconds, more or less. It was filmed in black and white, and incorporated footage from Merhige's Begotten, and also of military warfare. Original scenes including Manson were also filmed, although his character role in the video is uncertain. There is a possibility that to consist with the fascist aspect of the song and war scenes compiled for the video, that one of Manson's depictions was not unlike live performances of the song where he would stand dressed formally at a podium, possibly even tearing apart a bible as performances showcased. Henry Rosenthal of San Francisco-based film company Complex Corporation has mentioned his involvement in the production of the video, although according to Manson only he and Merhige were involved. It is not made clear as to whether or not the video was completed however, as Manson himself claimed he, "was not sure if [Merhige] ever had a fair chance of finishing it". Nearly 13 years after filming "Antichrist Superstar", the video has still not seen proper, or even partial release independently or through Interscope Records as of May 2009, although Manson has expressed interest in releasing it someday. Potential owners of the video are the Complex Corporation in San Francisco, California, Elias Merhige, or even Marilyn Manson.
The Dope Show
The "Dope Show" video, directed by Paul Hunter and co-directed by Manson, was filmed during the week of August 8, 1998, and premiered on August 20, 1998. In scenes reminiscent of The Man Who Fell to Earth, Manson appears — red-haired, with his entire body, including prosthetic rubber breasts, covered in white grease paint — as an androgynous extraterrestrial wandering around the Hollywood Hills. He is captured, studied in a laboratory, and eventually transported by limousine to a stage where he and the other members of the band — the fictional band Omēga and the Mechanical Animals — perform the song in concert before hysterical fans who end up rioting and crossing the security barriers. Actor Billy Zane makes a cameo appearance in the limo sequence, as a recording industry executive. This same sequence features parodies of SPIN magazine and The National Enquirer. Further additional footage for "The Dope Show" can be found on the VHS compilation God Is in the T.V., which includes unused footage of Twiggy Ramirez, Madonna Wayne Gacy and the Goddess Bunny drunk and undressing in the back of a limousine while being observed and mocked by the same people who mocked Manson during his limo scene. There is also an extended cut of the Goddess Bunny's dance scene from the end of the video. "The Dope Show"'s performance sequence was filmed in front of the Los Angeles Municipal Courthouse on North Hill Street. The Brutalist architecture of the Courthouse did not permit a reasonable angle or height from which to film; instead, the band was placed on top of the trailer of an 18-wheeler transport truck. Cameras situated on mechanical arms, and at a distance across the street, were used to film the dramatic concert shots. These scenes are interspersed with cuts of underground drag performer Johnnie Baima, the Goddess Bunny, dancing in a yellow, sequined dress, similar to that worn by Twiggy Ramirez in the same video. The costumes for the video, including the dresses and Marilyn Manson's red, diamond-patterned boots (which featured a 6-inch sole and heel) were designed jointly by Manson and Terri King. The Goddess Bunny's custom couture sequin gown (worn for the live MTV awards performance), was designed and hand sewn by Kris Hendrickson, aka littlemskris of San Francisco. The video won a 1999 MTV Video Music Award for "Best Cinematography", as well as the "Maximum Vision" award. It was filmed on standard cinema-grade Kodak 35 mm film stock; the contrast, saturation, and color tinting were all altered dramatically to obtain its vintage look. The video was filmed over two weeks — extreme in comparison to the industry standard of two days. Interscope Records funded the video, while HSI Productions produced and filmed it. The video is available on the Lest We Forget (The Best of) bonus DVD.
The Dope Show (Alternate Version)
An alternate video for "The Dope Show" found its way to the internet that consists mainly of varying angles of Manson singing along to the song in a white room. This is in fact, B-reel footage shot for the main Dope Show video. Parts of this "alternate video" can be seen in the main video on various TVs and monitors starting around the 2:00 minute mark.
I Don't Like the Drugs (But the Drugs Like Me)
The music video, directed by Paul Hunter during the third week of October 1998, is highly surreal and for the majority parodies talk shows. Select scenes feature Manson bound to a crucifix made of televisions (this may refer to the theme of "God is in the T.V."), similar to the epitaph Manson portrays in the video for the "Coma White" single, albeit Manson is 'nailed' to a traditional wooden crucifix in that video. Throughout the video Manson is seen in various places, including a doctor's office, a live television talk show which he disrupts, and an abandoned factory complex, all of which are within a lower-class suburban area. All the people in the video, excluding the band members, are seen with disturbingly large eyes. The climax of the video sees Manson running up the stairs of the factory and jumping from a catwalk between two stairways to escape four, headless soldiers hunting for him on both staircases. This is followed by a scene of a set of televisions laid out on the ground to form a crucifix with Manson's body depicted throughout them; the television where Manson's head would be instead depicts static.
Rock Is Dead
The music video, directed by Samuel Bayer, features a basic performance from the band. There are two versions of the video. One is intercut with scenes from the movie The Matrix, while the other has no movie scenes and diffrent camera angles. The music video premiered on MTV during the second week of March 1999.
The music video, directed by Samuel Bayer, features a twisted reenactment of the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Manson, portraying Kennedy, is seen with Coma White, played by Rose McGowan, waving to his fans who are clearing way for the car. Halfway through the video Manson is shot, and eventually lays his head on Coma White's lap, dying. In the scenes following Manson is seen nailed to a wooden crucifix, similar to Jesus Christ, and is carried past the onlooking fans in the street. The late actor Matthew Mcgrory who stood over seven feet tall also makes an appearance. The music video was first alluded to in a February 4, 1999 post by Manson on MarilynManson.net's message board, where Manson revealed "we are making the most beautiful and disturbing video we have ever done-- Coma White." Later in an August 16 post, Manson confirmed that MTV had received the video, but was uncertain if they would air it due to its content. He went on to assure that the video would be included with the then-upcoming home video God Is in the T.V.. Eventually MTV did air the video but only with a disclaimer written by Manson himself.
Astonishing Panorama of the Endtimes
The music video was directed by Eric Fogel, showing the band performing as clay figures akin to the style of Celebrity Deathmatch. Manson is dressed in the same outfit as he wore in the "Rock Is Dead" music video. The video begins as a standard performance by the band, but a pair of conjoined monkeys watching a TV with mechanical legs is then seen. The monkeys begin to run after the TV as it runs away from them, but later the TV runs after them, and eventually the monkeys' heads are replaced by a large television screen. The music video ends with the walking TV lying broken. The first part of the video was used in the episode "Fandemonium II" right before a fight between Manson and Ricky Martin, of which, Manson is the victor.
There were two music videos made for the song, both directed by Samuel Bayer. The original version features prominent symbols of Holy Wood such as Manson playing the pope, and the ape.
Disposable Teens (MTV Version)
The alternate version features a basic performance by the band, with police surrounding the stage. Both versions of the video are available on the Lest We Forget (The Best of) bonus DVD.
The Fight Song
The "Fight Song" video, directed by Wiz, features the band performing on stage at a football game. The teams playing are typical "jocks" facing against "goths", and, according to the scoreboard, are representative of "Holy Wood" and "Death Valley" (a reference to the album featuring the track, Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death). Though it begins as a standard football game, it takes a destructive turn when a player throws a ball at the scoreboard, causing a small explosion, leading to more havoc as a Death Valley player begins cutting down the goal post and setting it ablaze as the music video ends. As a side note, the billboard behind the band performing reads "We're all HAPPY To live in America", and all the Death Valley players have the numbers "00" on their uniforms (including Manson, having the numbers painted to his back).
The music video begins with children being watched by two oddly dressed, elderly characters with peculiar headsets on. The children seem to be memorized by a television showing nothing but static, however their guardians turn it off. Manson is seen in many forms throughout the video, including a devil-like costume in which he appears in when indoors. As the chorus hits, one of the children finds a concealed passageway leading to a snowy forest area where Manson dressed as a tree-like humanoid (as depicted on the single's cover) is singing with the rest of the band behind him. Manson and the children's oppressors begin to have some sort of confrontation as the setting returns back indoors; he pours money from a hollow deer head and scatters it on the floor as the pair kneel down to gather it (this seems to be a trap of Manson's, as when they are kneeling, root-like objects begin to drag them away). Another variation of Manson is later seen, it is similar to the tree-like appearance, though lacking branches and possessing exposed feet in contrast to them being connected to the ground. During the conclusion of the video, Manson and the children are waiting by a machine that is being fed the bodies of the victims of Manson's trap by using the long branches to bring them in. The machine transforms them into a grotesque pie, which the group then begins to eat at a dinner table. The music video has appeared in three forms: the original video, the Against All Gods Remix version (which is nearly identical to the original, however, any scenes of the band members, other than Manson himself, have been replaced with different footage), and the Burn 69 Remix version. The video was directed by Paul Fedor
The Nobodies (Burn 69 Remix Version)
The music video is essentially the same as the original version of the video but it is interspersed with scenes from the movie From Hell.
The video for "Tainted Love", shot during the weekend of April 21, 2001, begins with Manson pulling up in a 1969 Lincoln, with a skull and cross design on the front and license plate reading "goth thng", to a large house where a party is taking place that fits with "Not Another Teen Movie", in which the song was first featured. As Manson enters the party he brings a "goth" crowd into it and even the party itself takes a "goth" like turn, as girls in black begin to dance with Manson and the party begins to become increasingly Manson-like rather than the sterotypical jocks and cheerleaders seen partying at the beginning of the video. The video was directed by Philip G. Atwell, who is better known for his work on videos with Eminem, Dr. Dre and 50 Cent. The original video aired on MTV featured no nudity and alternate scenes in contrast to the uncensored version released on the Not Another Teen Movie DVD, which also featured a shortened version of The Making of the Video episode. Joey Jordison of Slipknot also makes an appearance. Manson has said of the video's content that "I hope everyone was able to enjoy the seething sarcasm in the video and notice that it was just plain entertaining to those of us who made it. As I am between records, I really felt the music world needed something a little less serious right now. If you don't get it or like it, that's your call."
The music video, co-directed by Manson with Thomas Kloss, features a basic performance by the band in a Swing thirties-esque joint. The costumes worn by the dancers in the video were designed by Manson and then-girlfriend Dita Von Teese, who also has a cameo. Manson explains, "We took our inspiration from Busby Berkeley, U.S.O. shows, WW2 Berlin and Gottfried Helnwein's 'Macbeth.' A DVD single for "mOBSCENE" was released, including the audio track, plus three pieces of footage directed by Manson, one of them being a behind-the-scenes video for his role as Christina in Party Monster. A VHS tape of "mOBSCENE" was also released exclusively in Mexico which included an interview from the Holy Wood era and a making-of video of the "mOBSCENE" music video.
This Is the New Shit
The music video, co-directed between Marilyn Manson and the Croenworths, features a basic performance by the band, intertwined with scenes of the band members preparing for a concert in the dressing rooms. An alternate vocal-recording was used with the lyrics "This is the new hit" and the song title reading "This Is the New *Hit."
The music video is notorious for its extremely graphic nature. It primarily features Manson in a hotel room insufflating cocaine (from a table & on a Bible cover), depicting mounds of blood from his nose running down his neck and chest, several S&M scenes, and it involves explicit sexual activity [including masturbating in front of a girl]. The video was banned by Manson's record label in the United States and in Japan and Germany blurring was applied to a particularly graphic scene in which Manson performs cunnilingus. Along with the release of Lest We Forget (The Best of), Manson released a DVD single with the uncut, banned from the label, original version of the music video - which had a limited run of 3000 copies. When the video was uploaded onto the website in November 2005, a further 75 DVD's were offered with orders of Lest We Forget, most of which came with a bible page autographed by Manson. Eric Szmanda makes a cameo appearance in the video, and he is seen licking Marilyn Manson's neck at one point, with the help of former bassist Gidget Gein. Other participants include Tim Skold, Dita Von Teese, Asia Argento (who also directed the video) and Vanessa Hutton. The video was shot at the Argyle Hotel (now known as The Sunset Tower) in a 2,000 square feet, split-level townhouse suite comprised of a master bedroom and bathroom, sitting room and a powder room. Manson himself financed the production costs for the video.
The single was accompanied by a music video directed by Manson and Nathan "Karma" Cox, which features the band members in Tableaux Vivants accompanied by Rear projection images depicting various scenes of American and international political figures such as Joseph Stalin, Benito Mussolini, John F. Kennedy, Mahatma Gandhi, Adolf Hitler and George W. Bush.
The Nobodies (2005 Against All Gods Mix)
For this single's release, the video for "The Nobodies" was re-released in an edited format. It is essentially the same as the original video with the one exception being that any footage featuring members of the band other than Manson has been removed. This was most likely done because John 5 and Twiggy appeared in the original video but were no longer in the band at the time of the re-release.
Heart-Shaped Glasses (When the Heart Guides the Hand)
The music video, directed by Marilyn Manson using James Cameron's 3D camera (wrongly believed by some to have been directed by Cameron himself) begins with clips of Manson and Evan Rachel Wood having sex (although the footage is not explicit in any way) with the song "Evidence" playing in the background. After the short sex scene is over, Manson and Evan are shown in a car driving while Manson is taking pictures of Evan posing with a butcher knife. After this, the song begins to play, and Manson is shown performing in front of a crowd in a dimly lit room; Evan stands in the midst of the dancing crowd, literally wearing heart-shaped glasses. The performance is interspliced with scenes of them driving and having sex while blood rains down upon them. At the end of the song, they are shown again driving the car as they utter the words "Together as one - against all others", right before driving off a cliff. The complete music video is over seven minutes long; however, the more common edited version of the video is barely over five minutes, and does not include the lengthy intro. Manson is quoted by The Insider regarding Evan's paycheck for the video appearance "I did insist that Evan be paid the most that any actress has ever been paid in music-video history to be in this, even though she wouldn’t have asked for it. There’s no one else that could’ve been in it, because it was inspired by her.”
Heart-Shaped Glasses (Edit)
Putting Holes In Happiness
The music video, directed by the famous French filmmaker Phillipe Grandieux, is a simple performance by the band in an unknown, seemingly outdoor area. There is a young girl Manson is seen with many times in the video, and also a small boy who seems to be frightfully screaming from something not seen. Manson has stated in various interviews that select segments of the video were filmed in Germany during the shooting of the "Heart-Shaped Glasses (When the Heart Guides the Hand)" video in April 2007.
On April 3, Polydor Records alluded to the previously unconfirmed music video for "Arma-goddamn-motherfuckin-geddon", saying it will be available no earlier than April 17. On April 6, behind-the-scenes video clips and photos of the song's music video, directed by Delaney Bishop between April 4 and 5, 2009, surfaced, which showed that the video may somewhat parody the visual themes of Antichrist Superstar and The Golden Age of Grotesque. In one scene, Manson stands at a podium similar to the one used during live performances of "Antichrist Superstar", however rather than the podium bearing the era's shock logo, a slightly different logo containing a dollar symbol appears instead. Several of these logos are also hung from the backdrop behind Manson. Another scene involves Manson standing on the hood of a police cruiser singing, while he is crowded by bystanders holding picket signs. UK television station Channel 4 announced that they would premier the music video during the early hours of April 18, however this did not occur and the station later explained that "due to unforeseen circumstances, the video was not delivered to Channel 4 in time to screen it." They also reported that because other stations had been screening it, Channel 4 did not plan to air it in the future; curiously, this explanation is false. Universal Music later reported that the music video was expected to premier around May 5, however this date was not met either. On May 14 however, the music video, in which Manson and bassist Twiggy, Chris Vrenna and Ginger Fish appear, debuted on NME.com in censored form, before appearing on the band's official website in uncensored form hours later. Manson has revealed that the music video was filmed using "30 or 40 cameras," but only two of these cameras make up the footage seen in the final video. Manson went on to tell that he is interested in releasing "the 30-camera angle version" as well. Manson also claimed that the song was inspired by an instance where he was driving to the studio and witnessed a 'ruckus' with the police, and that it has a very intentional "Adam Ant/Gary Glitter throwback vibe."
Arma-goddamn-motherfuckin-geddon (Director's Cut)
Delaney Bishop, the director for the video, later released an exerpt of the director's cut of the video through his website and can be viewed here. The exerpt the entire second verse and is comprised of footage almost entirely different from the original.
Running to the Edge of the World
On September 10th and 11th Manson posted three photos on his Myspace of stills from the video. The first two stills were uploaded to his "video stills from the future" photo album. The third was released the next day in his "My Mobile Photos" photo album. On November 4th at 6:19PM EST, the video was uploaded to the official website. It had briefly been up under the title 'test1' two days prior, but only for a few hours. The video was directed by Manson and Nathan "Karma" Cox, who also directed the video for "Personal Jesus". It opens with Manson, dressed in a white shirt singing the song to a camera while partially concealing himself with a curtain. As the bridge and outro of the song play, he beats a woman to death, speculated to represent Evan Rachel Wood, played by Kelly Polk. One could also draw similarities from the video, to the movie American Psycho. In particular the scene where Marilyn Manson is signing the guestbook, with one glove on, in an identical fashion to Patrick Bateman in the American Psycho movie, featuring Christian Bale.
On May 11th, 2010 a music video for "WOW" was released to Manson's MySpace account. It was directed by Marilyn Manson and consists of nothing more than a two second clip being looped for about six minutes. The clip shows Evan Rachel Wood, in make-up reminiscent of the Black Dahlia, playing with the strap of her dress. According to the video's description it was filmed in 2008, about a year before the album's release, and was a "tor ture pro duc tion tech nique Manson used to write the song with the boys." Presumably this means the video existed before the song itself. Oddly the video continues for over a minute longer than the song.
"Autopsy" is a two minute short film directed by Marilyn Manson and D. Sardy, released online on November 14, 2001 by Interscope Records. It features an instrumental loop of "GodEatGod", from Marilyn Manson's fourth studio album, Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death), which "Autopsy"'s release coincided with. The short film was hosted by Interscope's official website, and was accessed through running the "START.exe" file included on the Holy Wood album, on a personal computer. "Autopsy" is no longer hosted online and as such, this START.exe file leads to a broken link when accessed. In 2004, the film was re-released as an easter egg on the Lest We Forget (The Best of) bonus DVD, which can be viewed by highlighting Manson's crotch on the Special Features menu. The video features Manson on an autopsy table, having his cranium opened, from which a fetus is extracted. This could be reference to the birth of the Greek goddess Athena, whom had been the result of a tryst that Zeus had with Metis. Out of fear of Metis conceiving children more powerful than he, Zeus swallowed her. His actions were too late however, as Metis had already conceived Athena from within him. Another interpretation of the short film could be the recurring theme of emotionally neglected children throughout Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death), and this could be the child theoretically hiding within himself.
Doppelherz is a twenty-five minute short film directed by Marilyn Manson in 2003, using music composed a year prior, in 2002. The name Doppelherz is German for "double-heart". The DVD comes with the original pressings of Marilyn Manson's 2003 album, The Golden Age of Grotesque, released on May 13, 2003. This pressing of the album is now out of print, and the film has yet to see standalone release.
Phantasmagoria: The Visions of Lewis Carroll was a psychological horror film written and directed by Marilyn Manson. Anthony Silva and Geoff Cox assisted with the production, which was primarily handled by Wild Bunch. The film had an estimated budget of $4,200,000, and would have been Manson's first high-profile directorial effort. Lily Cole portrayed the lead female role for the film, opposite Manson – Tilda Swinton, Evan Rachel Wood and Angelina Jolie were rumored to be among the cast as well. Phantasmagoria was announced at the Berlin International Film Festival in February 2006, and after several delays, the film was shelved as a result of poor reception to a leaked trailer. The film's title is taken from Phantasmagoria and Other Poems, a famous collection of Lewis Carroll poems published in 1869.
Portrait Of An American Family (Rejected Version)
Smells Like Children (Promo)
OST & Rare
[CDS Coma White] A Rose And A Baby Ruth [CDS Coma White] Coma White (Acoustic) [CDS Disposable Teens] Five To One (Doors Cover) [CDS Heart-Shaped Glasses] Putting Holes in Happiness (Acoustic) [CDS Rock Is Dead] I Can't See Why (& Baxter) [CDS This Is The New Shit] Mind Of A Lunatic [CDS This Is The New Shit] Tainted Love (Re-Tainted Interpretation) [Live On BBC] Heart-Shaped Glasses (Acoustic) [Live On BBC] What Goes Around Comes Around (Justin Timberlake Cover) [OST From Hell] The Nobodies (Wormwood Remix) [OST From Highway to Hell] Sick City [OST From Highway to Hell] Suicide is Painless [OST Queen of the Damned] Redeemer [OST Resident Evil] Cleansing [OST Resident Evil] Resident Evil Main Title Theme [OST Resident Evil] Reunion [OST Resident Evil] Seizure Of Power [OST Resident Evil] The Fight Song (Slipknot Remix) [OST Saw II] Irresponsible Hate Anthem (Venus Head Trap Mix) [OST The Nightmare Before Christmas] This Is Halloween [The Golden Age of Grotesque 2 Bootleg] The Nobodies
narod! a video s etogo samogo DVD "Lest We Forget" ni ukogo net? govoriat, tam est' povsudu zaprewenniy klip "(s)AINT". sniat odnoy pornoaktrissoy i s ee je i MM uchastiem. vse ochen' realno - nu priamo "za steklom"
What has been will be, What has been done is what will be done; And there is nothing new under the sun.
Marilyn Manson - Lest We Forget ( Best Of ) 
01 - The Love Song 02 - Personal Jesus 03 - mOBSCENE 04 - The Fight Song 05 - Tainted Love 06 - The Dope Show 07 - This Is The New crap 08 - Disposable Teens 09 - Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This) 10 - Lunchbox 11 - Tourniquet 12 - Rock Is Dead 13 - Get Your Gunn 14 - The Nobodies 15 - Long Hard Road Out Of Hell 16 - The Beautiful People 17 - The Reflecting God 18 - (S)aint
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http://www.microlognet.com - Microlog Cabinet Manager 2003 is a utility for opening and creating Microsoft CAB compressed files. CAB is a file compression format used by Microsoft to distribute many of their products, including Windows 98. Cabman 2003 can open CAB files to display a list of the files contained inside. You can extract or view files inside a CAB archive or self-extracting file, or add new files to a CAB file.
CAB Explorer позволяет открывать CAB файлы, разархивировать файлы из них и создавать новые CAB архивы.
Особенности CAB Explorer: • Позволяет просматривать список файлов в CAB архиве. • Позволяет разархивировать все файлы из архива в выбранную директорию. • Позволяет разархивировать выранные файлы из архива в выбранную директорию. • Позволяет создавать новые CAB архивы.
Требования: • Windows 9x/NT/2k/XP и выше. • Наличие в системе cabinet.dll.