Antichrist Superstar (single)

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This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.This article is about the single
For the album see Antichrist Superstar (album)
For the song see Antichrist Superstar (song)
"Antichrist Superstar"
Antichrist Superstar cover
Single by Marilyn Manson from the album Antichrist Superstar
Released: 1996
Format: CD
Recorded: 1996 at Nothing Studios, New Orleans, Louisiana
Genre: Alternative metal
Industrial metal
Length: 5:24
Label: Nothing Records
Interscope Records
Writer: Marilyn Manson
Twiggy Ramirez
Producer: Trent Reznor
Dave Ogilvie
External links: Discogs

Antichrist Superstar was supposed to be a single of the 1996 album Antichrist Superstar by Marilyn Manson. A video for the single was made, and one promotional sampler of the single was pressed. For reasons unknown the single was never commercially released. The only existing promotional version contains an alternate version of the track "Antichrist Superstar". Less than 70 copies of the single were pressed.[1]

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Promotional releases[edit]

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CD
Slimcase
1996

INT5P-6042
5:24
  1. "Antichrist Superstar" (Alternate Version)
This promo was release without any casing or cover art.

Most of this information was taken from mansoncollectors.com

Personnel[edit]

  • Marilyn Manson – vocals, guitar, pan flute, producer
  • Twiggy Ramirez – lead and rhythm guitar, acoustic guitar, bass
  • Madonna Wayne Gacy – all keyboards, loops, samples
  • Daisy Berkowitz – guitar
  • Trent Reznor – producer, editing, mixing, mellotron, guitar, rhodes piano
  • Dave Ogilvie – producer, programming, engineer, editing, mixing
  • Sean Beavan – producer, engineer, editing, mixing, guitar, guitar synthesizer

References[edit]

  1. Newspaper article