The Final Solution to the Yankee Problem (But Would You Buy a Wörldreich from This Man?)

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The Final Solution to the Yankee Problem (But Would You Buy a Wörldreich from This Man?)
The Final Solution to the Yankee Problem (But Would You Buy a Wörldreich from This Man?) cover
Bootleg by Marilyn Manson
Released 2003
Recorded 1991–2001 in various locations
Genre Alternative metal, heavy metal
Format Compact disc
Length 77:30
Label Lucifer's Sanctuary
Producer Mephisto Helios, Marilyn Manson & the Spooky Kids, Marilyn Manson
Media
A preview of this album is currently not available
Marilyn Manson chronology
Rare and Acoustic
(2003)
The Final Solution to the Yankee Problem (But Would You Buy a Wörldreich from This Man?)
(2003)
Return of the Killer Wasps
(2003)

The Final Solution to the Yankee Problem (But Would You Buy a Wörldreich from This Man?) (often referred to as just The Final Solution) is a rarities bootleg by Marilyn Manson, released in 2003. The bootleg consists mainly of tracks from the early Marilyn Manson & the Spooky Kids cassettes, but also contains remixes of more recent songs from after the band changed it's name to just Marilyn Manson. According to the credits the bootleg was produced by Mephisto Helios and released by Lucifer's Sanctuary.

Track listing[edit]

First "Spooky Kids" cassette
After School Special 1991 (2-track-demos)

1. "Negative 3" - 4:37
2. "Lunchbox" - 4:44
3. "Chocklit Factory" - 6:31
4. "Cyclops" - 3:59

Second "Spooky Kids" cassette
Lunchbox 1991 (4-track-demos)

5. "Dune Buggy" - 4:00
6. "My Monkey" - 4:43
7. "Learning to Swim" - 3:58
8. "Cake and Sodomy" - 3:31

Third and final "Spooky Kids" cassette
Family Jams 1992 (4-track-demos)

9. "Dope Hat" - 4:28
10. "Strange Same Dogma" - 4:01
11. "Let Your Ego Decide" - 3:50
12. "Thingmaker" - 4:03
13. "White Knuckles" - 2:16
14. "Lucy in the Sky with Demons" - 6:04

Bonus tracks

15. "Cruci-Fiction" (Living Death-Remix) - 4:03
16. "Lunchbox" (Metal) (Remixed by Ch. Clouser) - 5:22
17. "Break You Down" (M. Manson & Godhead From OST "Dracula 2000") - 3:17
18. "Fight Song" (BBC 1 "Rockshow" 31.01.01 Fight Song feat. Slipknot, Rimixed Version) - 3:52

Album Credits[edit]

Total Time 77:30 Min.
Produced by Mephisto Helios for LUCIFER'S SANCTUARY-
Enterprises. P 2003. Licensed from COVEREDBYFLIES RECORDS.
All Rights reserved.

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Trivia[edit]

  • According to the track listing, "The Fight Song (Slipknot Remix)" was recorded on BBC 1's "Rockshow" on January 31st, 2001. Although a live version of "The Fight Song" (recorded on 2001/01/24) was broadcast that day it is assumed that the remix itself was broadcast on the show too.
  • The "Cruci-Fiction" (Living Death Remix) is the only remix on this bootleg that was never officially released, and was presumably made by a fan.
  • The tracks "Ckocklit Factory", "Let Your Ego Decide", "Lucy in the Sky with Demons", "Cruci-Fiction" and "Fight Song" were all named or spelled incorrectly, their actual names being "Choklit Factory", "Let Your Ego Die", "Luci in the Sky with Demons", "Cruci-Fiction in Space" and "The Fight Song" respectively. The same goes for the 1991 cassette Family Jams, which is actually titled The Family Jams.

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