New Model No. 15

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"New Model No. 15"
New Model No. 15 cover
Song by Marilyn Manson
Album Mechanical Animals
Released September 14, 1998
Recorded 1997–1998 at the White Room, Westlake Recording Studios in West Hollywood, California and Conway Studios
Genre Industrial rock, glam rock
Length 3:40
Label Nothing, Interscope
Writer Marilyn Manson
Composer Twiggy Ramirez, Marilyn Manson
Producer Michael Beinhorn, Marilyn Manson
Media

"New Model No. 15" is the tenth track on the 1998 release Mechanical Animals. The song references pop culture icons such as Coca~Cola and Spin, Rolling Stone, Vogue and Cosmo magazines in the lines "I can choke and diet on coke, and I'm Spun and I know that I'm stoned and rollin'" and "And I'm vague and I know that I'm Homopolitan"

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  • "New Model No. 15" — Appears on Mechanical Animals.

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    I'm as fake as a wedding cake
    And I'm vague and I know that I'm 
    Homopolitan
    Pitifully predictable
    Correctly political
    
    I'm the new, I'm the new, new model
    I've got nothing inside
    Better in the head and in bed
    At the office
    I can suck it and I smile
    New 
    New 
    New model
         
    I can choke and diet on coke
    I'm Spun and I know
    That I'm Stoned and Rolling
    
    Lifelike and poseable
    Hopeless and disposable
    
    I'm the new, I'm the new, new model
    I've got nothing inside
    Better in the head and in bed
    At the office
    I can suck it and I smile
    New 
    New 
    New model
    
    Don't let them know how far you go
    Or that you use your "Lovers"
    Oh look, you're like a VCR
    Stick something in to know
    Just who you are
    New 
    New 
    New model
    

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