List of Marilyn Manson songs covered

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This page documents all songs by Marilyn Manson that have been performed by other bands or artists.

"1996"[edit]

  • "1996" has been covered by The Jonbenet for their 7" on Pluto Records entitled Devil Music Vol. 1.
  • It has also been covered by Halestorm for their cover album ReAniMate 2.0: The CoVeRs eP

"A Place in the Dirt"[edit]

"Antichrist Superstar"[edit]

  • "Antichrist Superstar" has been covered by Razorblade Smile for the 2001 tribute album Anthems of Rust & Decay on Dwell Records.
  • It has also been covered by The Section Quartet on their 2003 cover album The String Quartet Tribute to Marilyn Manson on Vitamin Records.
  • It has also been covered by String Tribute Players on their 2012 cover album String Tribute to Marilyn Manson.

"Apple of Sodom"[edit]

  • "Apple of Sodom" has been performed live by American cello rock band Rasputina, but has not been officially released.

"Born Again"[edit]

  • "Born Again" has been covered by Substance and was released in 2001 on the tribute compilation Anonymous Messiah.

"Burning Flag"[edit]

  • "Burning Flag" has been covered by Voodou and was released in 2001 on the tribute compilation Anonymous Messiah.

"Cake and Sodomy"[edit]

  • "Cake and Sodomy" was covered by Broke Box for the 2001 tribute album Anthems of Rust & Decay on Dwell Records.
  • It has also been covered by Razed in Black on the 2002 tribute album A Tribute to Marilyn Manson on Cleopatra Records.
  • It has also been covered by The Section Quartet on their 2003 cover album The String Quartet Tribute to Marilyn Manson on Vitamin Records.

"Coma White"[edit]

  • "Coma White" was covered by Norwegian synthpop band Apoptygma Berzerk, and released officially in 2003 on Graver's Paradise and again in 2005 on the goth compilation Goth Industrial Club Anthems.
  • It has also been covered by Dreadful Shadows, and released officially in 2000 on their Apology album.
  • It has also been covered by Finnish hard rock band Bloodpit on their 2008 EP Recovered.

"Cryptorchid"[edit]

  • "Cryptorchid" has been performed live by Dave Matthews Band in 1997, but has not been officially released.

"Disposable Teens"[edit]

  • "Disposable Teens" has been covered by 2Phat4Porn and was released in 2001 on the tribute compilation Anonymous Messiah.
  • Covered by Imperious Rex on the 2002 tribute album A Tribute to Marilyn Manson on Cleopatra Records.
  • It has also been covered by The Section Quartet on their 2003 cover album The String Quartet Tribute to Marilyn Manson on Vitamin Records.
  • It has also been covered by String Tribute Players on their 2012 cover album String Tribute to Marilyn Manson.

"Dissassociative"[edit]

"Dope Hat"[edit]

  • "Dope Hat" has been covered by Razorblade Smile and was released in 2001 on the tribute compilation Anonymous Messiah.

"Dried Up, Tied and Dead to the World"[edit]

  • "Dried Up, Tied and Dead to the World" has been performed live by American cello rock band Rasputina, but has not been officially released.
  • It has also been covered by Needulhed for the 2001 tribute album Anthems of Rust & Decay on Dwell Records.

"Get Your Gunn"[edit]

  • "Get Your Gunn" was covered by The Electric Hellfire Club on the 2002 tribute album A Tribute to Marilyn Manson on Cleopatra Records.
  • It has also been covered by Nocturne for the 2001 tribute album Anthems of Rust & Decay on Dwell Records.

"Great Big White World"[edit]

  • "Great Big White World" was covered by Maya Hyena on the 2002 tribute album A Tribute to Marilyn Manson on Cleopatra Records.
  • An acoustic cover was performed by Steve Garvey on his EP Elektracks.
  • It has also been covered by gothic rock band Love Like Blood on their 2001 cover album Chronology of a Love-Affair.

"Heart-Shaped Glasses (When the Heart Guides the Hand)"[edit]

  • "Heart-Shaped Glasses (When the Heart Guides the Hand)" has been covered by The Emo Rock Band and was released in 2009 on the album I Love to Hate Emo.
  • It has also been covered normally and instrumentally by Dark Wave Deluxious on the reissue of A Tribute to Marilyn Manson on Cleopatra Records.
  • It has also been covered by The Hit Co. on their cover album Metal Mayhem.
  • It has also been covered by String Tribute Players on their 2012 cover album String Tribute to Marilyn Manson.

"I Don't Like the Drugs (But the Drugs Like Me)"[edit]

  • "I Don't Like the Drugs (But the Drugs Like Me)" has been covered by SPF1000 and was released in 2001 on the tribute compilation Anonymous Messiah.
  • Covered by Mindless Faith on the 2002 tribute album A Tribute to Marilyn Manson on Cleopatra Records.

"If I Was Your Vampire"[edit]

  • "If I Was Your Vampire" was covered by Grecia Godliss for the 2010 film soundtrack Vampires Suck: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack.

"In the Shadow of the Valley of Death"[edit]

"Irresponsible Hate Anthem"[edit]

  • "Irresponsible Hate Anthem" has been covered and performed live by American Head Charge. It was officially released on the 2001 tribute album Anthems of Rust & Decay.
  • It has also been covered by The Section Quartet on their 2003 cover album The String Quartet Tribute to Marilyn Manson on Vitamin Records.
  • Performed live by a Hungarian band Dr. Melancholia, never officially released.
  • Performed live by a Japanese rock band L'Arc-en-Ciel, in Namba Rockets, Osaka, Japan on December 17, 1997. Never officially released.

"Lunchbox"[edit]

  • "Lunchbox" has been covered by DD Star/Spookykid and was released in 2001 on the tribute compilation Anonymous Messiah.
  • Covered by Doll Factory on the 2002 tribute album A Tribute to Marilyn Manson on Cleopatra Records.
  • It has also been covered by The Section Quartet on their 2003 cover album The String Quartet Tribute to Marilyn Manson on Vitamin Records.
  • Performed live by the Hungarian band Dr. Melancholia, never officially released.

"Man That You Fear"[edit]

  • "Man That You Fear" was covered by Dead Girls Corp. on the 2002 tribute album A Tribute to Marilyn Manson on Cleopatra Records.
  • It has also been covered by Shockwerks for the 2001 tribute album Anthems of Rust & Decay on Dwell Records.

"Mechanical Animals"[edit]

  • "Mechanical Animals" was covered by Pure Drama on the 2002 tribute album A Tribute to Marilyn Manson on Cleopatra Records.

"Minute of Decay"[edit]

  • "Minute of Decay" has been performed by Charlie Drown, but has not been officially released.

"Mister Superstar"[edit]

  • "Mister Superstar" has been covered by Alex Xenophon for the 2001 tribute album Anthems of Rust & Decay on Dwell Records.

"mOBSCENE"[edit]

  • "mOBSCENE" has also been covered by String Tribute Players on their 2012 cover album String Tribute to Marilyn Manson.

"New Model No. 15"[edit]

  • "New Model No. 15" was covered by FredCo on the 2002 tribute album A Tribute to Marilyn Manson on Cleopatra Records.

"No Reflection"[edit]

  • "No Reflection" has also been covered by String Tribute Players on their 2012 cover album String Tribute to Marilyn Manson.

"Rock Is Dead"[edit]

  • "Rock Is Dead" has been covered by LUXT for the 2001 tribute album Anthems of Rust & Decay on Dwell Records.
  • It has also been covered by String Tribute Players on their 2012 cover album String Tribute to Marilyn Manson.

"Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)"[edit]

  • "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)" has been performed live by horror-rocker Rob Zombie, but has not been officially released.
  • Performed live by the Hungarian band Dr. Melancholia, never officially released.
  • It has also been covered by String Tribute Players on their 2012 cover album String Tribute to Marilyn Manson.

"The Beautiful People"[edit]

  • "The Beautiful People" has been covered by American jazz group the Lester Bowie Brass Fantasy, and released officially in 1999 on the The Odyssey of Funk & Popular Music album.
  • It was covered by American metalcore band Eighteen Visions, and released officially in 2006 on the punk compilation Punk Goes 90's.
  • It has also been covered by Belgian girls' choir the Scala & Kolacny Brothers, and released officially in 2007 on their One-Winged Angel album.
  • Covered by The Magnificent Tracers on their 1999 release World of Wrestling Rocks.
  • It was also covered by American tribal metal band Soulfly, for the June 2007 Kerrang! compilation Higher Voltage!: Another Brief History of Rock. This cover was also released as a bonus track on band's sixth studio album Conquer in 2008.
  • Additionally, it was covered by Aliester Einstein on the 2002 tribute album A Tribute to Marilyn Manson on Cleopatra Records.
  • It has also been covered by Alex Xenophon for the 2001 tribute album Anthems of Rust & Decay on Dwell Records.
  • It has also been covered by The Section Quartet on their 2003 cover album The String Quartet Tribute to Marilyn Manson on Vitamin Records.
  • East-coast hard rock band OnceMoreOver performed this live many times, but it was never officially released.
  • It has also been performed live in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1998 by Green Day, but has never been officially released.
  • It has also been covered by String Tribute Players on their 2012 cover album String Tribute to Marilyn Manson.
  • "The Beautiful People" has also been covered by American band Vanna. The cover was published on their YouTube channel on September 3, 2015.
  • It has been covered by Alexa Melo.
  • "The Beautiful People" has been covered by Tech N9ne, an American rapper.

"The Dope Show"[edit]

  • "The Dope Show" was covered by M-Halo, and released officially in 2003 on the Nothing tribute compilation Daedal Drones.
  • It has been performed live by Berlin at the Fairgrounds in Costa Mesa, Orange County, USA and released in 2001 on the tribute album Anonymous Messiah, and in 2005 on Berlin's album 4Play.
  • It has also been covered by The Section Quartet on their 2003 cover album The String Quartet Tribute to Marilyn Manson on Vitamin Records.
  • A fragment of "The Dope Show" was also covered by Weird Al Yankovic in the "Polka Power!" medley on 1999 cover album Running with Scissors (appears at 02:55).
  • It has also been covered by String Tribute Players on their 2012 cover album String Tribute to Marilyn Manson.

"The Fight Song"[edit]

  • "The Fight Song" has been covered by Death Becomes You and was released in 2001 on the tribute compilation Anonymous Messiah.

"The Last Day on Earth"[edit]

  • "The Last Day on Earth" has been covered by SMP and was released in 2001 on the tribute compilation Anonymous Messiah.

"The Nobodies"[edit]

  • "The Nobodies" has been covered by Kurt Engfehr for official release in 2002 on the soundtrack to the film Bowling for Columbine.
  • It has been covered by Capsule/Still James and was released in 2001 on the tribute compilation Anonymous Messiah.
  • "The Nobodies" has been covered by Chinese band Gemini and was released in 2007 on their album Unplugged.
  • The song has been covered by Tori Amos in Lokerne, Belgium, on August 6, 2015.

"The Reflecting God"[edit]

  • "The Reflecting God" has been covered by Broke Box for the 2001 tribute album Anthems of Rust & Decay on Dwell Records.
  • It has also been covered by Hate Dept. for the 2002 tribute album A Tribute to Marilyn Manson on Cleopatra Records.

"The Speed of Pain"[edit]

  • "The Speed of Pain" was covered by Ophelia Rising for the 2001 tribute album Anthems of Rust & Decay on Dwell Records.
  • It has also been covered by Haujobb on the 2002 tribute album A Tribute to Marilyn Manson on Cleopatra Records.
  • It has also been covered by The Section Quartet on their 2003 cover album The String Quartet Tribute to Marilyn Manson on Vitamin Records.

"Tourniquet"[edit]

  • "Tourniquet" has been performed live by American cello rock band Rasputina, and was released in 2003 on their The Lost & Found EP.
  • It has also been covered by Bile for the 2001 tribute album Anthems of Rust & Decay on Dwell Records.
  • It has also been covered by String Tribute Players on their 2012 cover album String Tribute to Marilyn Manson.

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