Killer Wasps (The Real Ultra Rare Tracks)

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Killer Wasps - The Real Ultra Rare Tracks
Killer Wasps - The Real Ultra Rare Tracks cover
Bootleg by Marilyn Manson
Released 2002
Recorded 1992–1998 in various locations
Genre Alternative metal, heavy metal
Format Compact disc
Length 78:44
Producer Marilyn Manson
Discogs View at Discogs
Media
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Marilyn Manson chronology
Box of Evil
(2002)
Killer Wasps - The Real Ultra Rare Tracks
(2002)
Marilyn Manson: Rarities
(2002)

Killer Wasps - The Real Ultra Rare Tracks is a rarities bootleg by Marilyn Manson, released in 2002. Among the tracks on this bootleg are official Marilyn Manson releases, tracks by other artists that feature Manson and a few non-Manson related instrumental tracks.

Packaging[edit]

The re-release comes in a slim digipack with a picture of Manson and the band's logo from The Golden Age of Grotesque era on the cover. The same logo can be found on the inside, accompanied by eight pictures of a show during the Guns, God and Government tour.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Astonishing Panorama of the Endtimes" — From the soundtrack to the film 'Celebrity Deathmatch' – 4:01
  2. "Long Hard Road Out of Hell" — Featuring 'Sneaker Pimps' from the soundtrack to the film 'Spawn'. – 4:22
  3. "I Don't Like the Drugs (But the Drugs Like Me)" (Danny Saber Remix) B-Side from CD single – 5:18
  4. "Eye" — Recorded with Smashing Pumpkins, live in California on October 18, 1997 - 4:26
  5. "Beautiful People" — Acoustic version recorded with Smashing Pumpkins, live in California on October 18, 1997 – 2:08
  6. "Apple of Sodom" — From the soundtrack to the film 'Lost Highway' – 4:23
  7. "Long Hard Road Out of Hell" — Instrumental version, B-Side from the single – 4:49
  8. "Highway to Hell" — AC/DC cover, from the soundtrack to the film 'Detroit Rock City' – 3:48
  9. "I Don't Like the Drugs (But the Drugs Like Me)" — Absinth Makes The Heart Grow Fonder version; From the soundtrack to the film 'The Matrix'. – 5:30
  10. "Golden Years" Bowie cover, from the soundtrack to the film 'Dead Man on Campus' – 3:48
  11. "The Suck for Your Solution" — From the soundtrack to the film 'Private Parts' – 4:03
  12. "Iron Man" — Unreleased Black Sabbath cover, demo from 1990 – 4:43
  13. "The Omen" — Recorded with DMX, taken from his album 'Flesh of My Flesh, Blood of My Blood' – 4:58
  14. "Dreams of Amputation" — From the soundtrack to the unreleased film 'Suicide is Beautiful' – 3:02
  15. "Blender" — From the soundtrack to the unreleased film 'Suicide is Beautiful' – 3:07
  16. "Kill House" — From the soundtrack to the unreleased film 'Suicide is Beautiful' – 6:11

Album credits[edit]

Promotional only - not for sale

Cover gallery[edit]

Trivia[edit]

  • "Dreams of Amputation", "Blender", and "Kill House" are not legitimate Marilyn Manson tracks, and Suicide Is Beautiful was never a potential film, regardless of the bootleg's reference to it as unreleased.
  • The version of "I Don't Like the Drugs (But the Drugs Like Me)" that appears on Killer Wasps - The Real Ultra Rare Tracks was not featured on The Matrix soundtrack. It is really the "Absinthe Makes the Heart Grow Fonder" remix that was featured on the "I Don't Like the Drugs (But the Drugs Like Me)" single.
  • While "Iron Man" is a re-interpretation of the popular Black Sabbath track, Manson's version does not contain the same lyrics, and the legitimate version Marilyn Manson & the Spooky Kids recorded is titled "Son of Man".

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