Someone Sung These Songs for Satan

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Someone Sung These Songs for Satan
Someone Sung These Songs for Satan cover
Bootleg by Marilyn Manson & the Spooky Kids
Released 1997
Format 3xMC
Media
A preview of this album is currently not available
Marilyn Manson & the Spooky Kids chronology
Horrible People
(1997)
Someone Sung These Songs for Satan
(1997)
Sweet Dreams
(1997)

Someone Sung These Songs for Satan is a three cassette bootleg by Marilyn Manson & the Spooky Kids, released in 1997. It contains lots of Marilyn Manson & the Spooky Kids demos, 3 fake songs and 5 Satan on Fire songs.

Track listing[edit]

Volume One[edit]

Side Right

  1. "Blender"
  2. "Dreams of Amputation"
  3. "Kill House"
  4. "Red in My Head" Big Black Bus
  5. "Son of Man" The Beaver Meat Cleaver Beat
  6. "I.V.-T.V." The Beaver Meat Cleaver Beat
  7. "Talk of One, Thought of None" The Beaver Meat Cleaver Beat
  8. "Meat for a Queen Grist-o-Line
  9. "She's Not My Girlfriend Grist-o-Line
  10. "Junk the Magic Dragon The Beaver Meat Cleaver Beat

Side Wrong

  1. "Devil in My Lunchbox" Satan on Fire
  2. "Number Nine Part Two" Satan on Fire
  3. "Number Nine Part Three" Satan on Fire
  4. "Cat in the Hat" Satan on Fire
  5. "Justify My Love" Satan on Fire
  6. "White Knuckles" Big Black Bus
  7. "My Monkey" Big Black Bus
  8. "Strange Same Dogma" Big Black Bus
  9. "Dune Buggy" Grist-o-Line
  10. "Cake & Sodomy" Grist-o-Line
  11. "Negative 3" After School Special

Volume Two[edit]

Side Good

  1. "Lunchbox" After School Special
  2. "Choklit Factory" After School Special
  3. "Cyclops" After School Special
  4. "Dune Buggy" Lunchbox
  5. "Learning to Swim" Lunchbox
  6. "Cake & Sodomy" Lunchbox
  7. "Strange Same Dogma" Funnel Zone
  8. "White Knuckles" Funnel Zone
  9. "Dope Hat" Refrigerator
  10. "Strange Same Dogma" The Family Jams

Side Evil

  1. "Let Your Ego Die" The Family Jams
  2. "Thingmaker" The Family Jams
  3. "White Knuckles" The Family Jams
  4. "Luci in the Sky with Demons" The Family Jams
  5. "Cake & Sodomy" Live as Hell/Refrigerator
  6. "Suicide Snowman" Live as Hell/Refrigerator
  7. "Lunchbox" Live as Hell/Refrigerator
  8. "Learning to Swim" Live as Hell/Refrigerator
  9. "My Monkey" Live as Hell/Refrigerator
  10. "Misery Machine" Live as Hell

Volume Three[edit]

Side Love

  1. "Thrift" Refrigerator
  2. "Filth" Refrigerator
  3. "Wrapped in Plastic" Refrigerator
  4. "Insect Pins" Portrait of an American Family demos
  5. "Magic 8 Ball" Portrait of an American Family demos

Side Hate

  1. "Scaredy Cat" Portrait of an American Family demos
  2. "Sweet Tooth" Portrait of an American Family demos
  3. "Get Your Gunn" Portrait of an American Family demos
  4. "Snake Eyes & Sissies" Portrait of an American Family demos

Cover gallery[edit]

Trivia[edit]

"Gagfish Records still has a few copies for it's infamous box set SOMEONE

SUNG THESE SONGS FOR SATAN. The 3 tape compilation contains every Marilyn Manson and the Spookykids demo song, including each version, in chronological order. The set also has 9 never released tracks including "Insect Pins" and "Magic Eight Ball". All songsare digitally remastered and are the best quality available - even better than the import CDs! The covers contain original artwork by Manson himself drawn during this era. The set comes with a 5 page booklet explaining the history of the band and these recording.THESE ARE NOT COPIES. They are professionally manufactured cassettes from the master recordings.

For a limited time this set is only $25 and postage is FREE. Samples are available on our website as well as our whole catalog and ordering

instructions. Please check it out at www.gagfish.com."
  • The tape set also included an 8 1/2 x 11" booklet with a history of the band and a discography that was as accurate as anyone knew at the time, but now is known to have a few errors about the early material.