Marilyn Manson discography

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The Marilyn Manson discography spans roughly 26 years, from 1989 to today. This list includes the band's efforts prior to signing with Interscope Records, during the time they performed as Marilyn Manson & the Spooky Kids. Worldwide Marilyn Manson has sold over 68 million albums.[1] Three of these records have been awarded platinum certification by the RIAA and three more have been awarded gold, while the band has seen six of its releases premier in the Top 10, two being number-one debuts.

Core discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

EPs & Live albums[edit]

Singles[edit]

Compilations[edit]

Demo cassettes[edit]

Soundtrack inclusions[edit]

Video games[edit]

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  • "Rock Is Dead" appeared in the game Midnight Club 3 for PS2 and PSP.
  • Manson made an appearance in the video game Area 51 as Edgar a Grey Alien.
  • The song "Cruci-Fiction in Space" is featured in a commercial for a video game, The Darkness.
  • Manson's likeness was used in the Celebrity Deathmatch video game, based on the MTV show, although Manson did not contribute to the game's portrayal at all. He was one of very few celebrities to "appear" on the show several times (4 including the pilot episode), which is probably why he was included as a character.
  • The song "Use Your Fist and Not Your Mouth" was the credits score of the game Cold Fear as well as Spawn: Armageddon.
  • The clean version of "The Beautiful People" was made available for download in Guitar Hero 5 on October 29, 2009. It can be purchased on the Xbox Live Marketplace for 160 Microsoft Points, on the PlayStation Store for $1.99 and on the Wii Shop Channel for 200 Wii Points, as part of the All Hallows' Eve Track Pack.
  • The song "The Beautiful People" is featured in the video game Brütal Legend,[2] and is available for download on Guitar Hero 5 and Rock Band 3.
  • The Guitar Hero Remix of "Putting Holes in Happiness" was made available for download in Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock on October 31, 2007. Initially it was exclusive to Xbox 360 players who redeemed a code found in copies of the soundtrack Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock Companion Pack. On August 7, 2008, this song among others was made publicly available on the Xbox Live Marketplace for 500 Microsoft Points, as well as on the PlayStation Store for $6.25, as part of the Companion Pack. In-game, the song is referred to as simply "Putting Holes in Happiness".
  • "Disposable Teens" was made available for download to Rock Band players on July 7, 2009. It can be purchased on the Xbox Live Marketplace for 160 Microsoft Points, as part of Mayhem Tour 2009 Pack 01.
  • His likeness was supposed to be featured in Korn frontman and friend Jonathan Davis' Pop Scars, but the development of the game was cancelled in 2004, for unknown reasons.[3].
  • "This Is the New Shit" is used in the trailer for Dragon:Age Origins
  • "The Dope Show" was made available for download to Rock Band players on February 23, 2010. It can be purchased on the Xbox Live Marketplace for 160 Microsoft Points, on the PlayStation Store for $1.99 and on the Wii Shop Channel for 200 Wii Points.
  • "The Dope Show" was also made available for download in Guitar Hero 5 on September 7, 2010. Like its Rock Band equivalent, it can also be purchased on the Xbox Live Marketplace for 160 Microsoft Points, on the PlayStation Store for $1.99 and on the Wii Shop Channel for 200 Wii Points, as part of the Rock 1 Track Pack.
  • "If I Was Your Vampire" was used in a trailer for the film, Max Payne, based on the video game. [4]

Remixes and alternate versions[edit]

Collaborations[edit]

  • Manson performs guitar on the Jack Off Jill song "Swollen", from the album Sexless Demons and Scars.
  • Manson is featured as guest vocalist on the DMX song "The Omen", from the album Flesh of My Flesh, Blood of My Blood.
  • Manson and Sean Beavan produced the Manson Mix, Radio Edit and Yes Sir, Mr. Sir Mix of the Rasputina song "Transylvanian Concubine". Both remixes appear on the group's EP Transylvanian Regurgitations.
  • Manson performs guest vocals on the Danny Lohner Remix of the Eminem song "The Way I Am".
  • The gODHEAD album 2000 Years of Human Error features contributions from Manson, Scott Putesky (Daisy Berkowitz), and Twiggy. Manson provides vocals on "Break You Down", while Putesky helped produce "I Sell Society" and Twiggy played on "I Sell Society" and "2000 Years of Human Error".
  • Manson recorded vocals for the Maven song "Hard On for Love" in 2001, although the song has yet to be officially released.
  • Manson produced the "Buy Myself" remix of the Linkin Park song "By Myself", which appears on the digital version of Linkin Park's remix album Reanimation and on their single "Pts.of.Athrty".
  • Alison Goldfrapp performs guest vocals on the Marilyn Manson vs. Goldfrapp remix of "This Is the New Shit", from the promotional "This Is the New Shit" single.
  • Manson is featured as guest vocalist on the Chew Fu Ghettohouse Fix of the Lady Gaga song "LoveGame", from the Lady Gaga compilation The Remix.
  • Manson will appear on Skylar Grey's forthcoming album Invinsible. The album's title is a portmanteau of "invisible" and "invincible", an idea that was given to her by Marilyn Manson. The collaborative track is entitled "Can't Haunt Me". Scheduled to be released Fall 2011.
  • Manson is featured as guest vocalist on the Gucci Mane song "Pussy Wet", from the album Diary of a Trap God.
  • Manson collaborated with Avril Lavigne for her song "Bad Girl" in 2013.
  • Manson collaborated on "Solid" with "Wrong Cops" director Mr. Oizo (Quentin Dupieux) for the movie's soundtrack, Wrong Cops (Best of), released December 20, 2013. [5]
  • Manson is featured as guest vocalist on the Emigrate song "Hypothetical", from the album Silent So Long.[6]

Videography[edit]

Commercial releases[edit]

Promotional releases[edit]

Internet shorts[edit]

Trivia[edit]

  • Manson confesses in his autobiography The Long Hard Road Out of Hell that "I was never happy with our demos, which Scott always recorded, because we sounded like a tinny industrial band and I imagined us playing rawer, more immediate punk rock."[7]
  • Of the band's current discography, only 33 songs have never been performed live.
  • The concept albums Antichrist Superstar, Mechanical Animals and Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death) are considered by Manson to comprise a trilogy, known as the triptych.
  • "The Dope Show" is the band's most successful single in America to date.
  • The band has sold over 50 million records.[1]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Marilyn Manson discography
Studio albums Portrait of an American FamilyAntichrist SuperstarMechanical AnimalsHoly Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death)The Golden Age of GrotesqueEat Me, Drink MeThe High End of LowBorn VillainThe Pale Emperor
EPs Smells Like ChildrenRemix & RepentThe Nobodies: 2005 Against All Gods MixHot Topic download cardSlo-Mo-Tion Remix EP
Demos The Raw Boned PsalmsThe Beaver Meat Cleaver BeatBig Black BusGrist-o-LineLunchboxAfter School SpecialThriftLive as HellThe Family JamsRefrigeratorThe Manson Family Album
Compilations The Last Tour on EarthLunch Boxes & Choklit CowsLest We Forget – The Best OfiTunes Essentials: Marilyn MansonSecond remasters compilationLost & Found