The Last Tour on Earth

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The Last Tour on Earth
The Last Tour on Earth cover
Live album by Marilyn Manson
Released November 16, 1999
Recorded 1998–1999 in various locations
Genre Alternative metal, industrial metal, glam rock
Length 69:03
Label Nothing, Interscope
Producer Marilyn Manson, Danny Saber, Michael Beinhorn
Discogs View at Discogs
Professional reviews

Marilyn Manson chronology
Mechanical Animals
The Last Tour on Earth
Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death)

The Last Tour on Earth is the first live album by Marilyn Manson, released on November 16, 1999 by Interscope Records. It features recordings from Marilyn Manson's Mechanical Animals and Rock Is Dead tours. The UK version includes a bonus disc of four studio tracks recorded during the Mechanical Animals album. The Last Tour on Earth spawned one single ("Astonishing Panorama of the Endtimes").

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Inauguration of the Mechanical Christ" (Live in Tokyo, Japan)(Unconfirmed) – 2:44
  2. "The Reflecting God" (Live in Gold Coast, Australia)(Unconfirmed) – 5:31
  3. "Great Big White World" (Live in Perth, Australia)(Unconfirmed) – 5:22
  4. "Get Your Gunn" (Live in Boise, ID)(Unconfirmed) – 3:36
  5. "Sweet Dreams"/"Hell Outro" (Live in Orlando, FL)(Unconfirmed) – 5:36
  6. "Rock Is Dead" (Live in East Rutherford, NJ)(Unconfirmed) – 3:20
  7. "The Dope Show" (Live in Cleveland, Ohio) – 3:56
  8. "Lunchbox" (Live in Grand Rapids, Michigan) – 8:35
  9. "I Don't Like the Drugs (But the Drugs Like Me)" (Live in Cedar Rapids, Iowa) – 7:31
  10. "Antichrist Superstar" (Live in Imola, Italy)(Unconfirmed)– 5:16
  11. "The Beautiful People" (Live in Werchter, Belgium)(Unconfirmed) – 4:30
  12. "Irresponsible Hate Anthem" (Live in Fukuoka, Japan)(Unconfirmed) – 4:40
  13. "The Last Day on Earth" (Live acoustic in Las Vegas, NV) – 4:26
  14. "Astonishing Panorama of the Endtimes" – 3:59

UK Bonus Disc[edit]

  1. "Coma White" – 5:41
  2. "Get My Rocks Off" – 3:05
  3. "Coma White" (Acoustic Version) – 5:33
  4. "A Rose and a Baby Ruth" – 2:18

Album credits[edit]

Music: Ramirez Co Produced by Danny Saber THE REFLECTING GOD
Lyrics: Manson / Music: Ramirez, Reznor GREAT BIG WHITE WORLD
Lyrics: Manson / Music: Ramirez, Gacy, Zum GET YOUR GUNN Lyrics:
Manson / Music: Berkowitz, Gein SWEET DREAMS Lyrics & Music:
Stewart HELL OUTRO Lyrics: Manson / Music: Ramirez ROCK IS DEAD
Lyrics: Manson / Music: Ramirez, Gacy THE DOPE SHOW Lyrics: Manson
/ Music: Ramirez LUNCHBOX Lyrics: Manson / Music: Berkowitz, Gein I
Music: Ramirez, Zum ANTICHRIST SUPERSTAR Lyrics: Manson / Music:
Ramirez, Gacy THE BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE Lyrics: Manson / Music: Ramirez
IRRESPONSIBLE HATE ANTHEM Lyrics: Manson, Ramirez / Music:
Berkowitz, Gacy THE LAST DAY ON EARTH Lyrics: Manson / Music:
Manson, Gacy, Ramirez

Lyrics: Manson / Music: Ramirez, 5

All Tracks Except 5 and 14 Dinger & Ollie Music, Administered by Dinger &
Ollie Music, BMI all Rights Reserved ● Track 5 BMG Songs, Inc. Track 14 ©
1999 EMI Blackwood Inc. All Rights Administered Worldwide by EMI
Blackwood Music Inc. ● International Copyrights Secured, All Rights Reserved
● Manson: All tracks, Songs of Golgotha Music except 5. ● Ramirez: All tracks
Blood Heavy Music except 4,5,8 ● Gacy: Tracks 3,6,10,12,13 DCLXVI Music ●
5: Track 14, GTR, Hack Music / Chrysalis Music ASCAP ● Zum: Tracks 3,9
Violent Delight Music. ● Berkowitz: Track 4,8,12 Carducci Thrift Music ●
Gein: Tracks 4 & 8 Use Once and Destroy Music, Inc. Reznor: Track 2 Leaving
Hope/TVT music, inc. (ascap) Administered by Leaving Hope Music, inc.

Produced by Marilyn Manson ● Mixed by D. Sardy ● Live Engineer Brad Madix
● Mix Engineer Greg Fiddleman ● Editing Bon Harris ● Mixed at The Village
Recorders, Los Angeles CA ● Mixing Assistant Okhee Kim ● Mixing
Coordinator Martie Kolbl @ Worlds End ● Mastering Ted Jensen at Sterling
● Photos: Samuel Bayer, Bob Mussell, Steve Jennings, Simon Baeyrtz ● Design:
P.R.Brown @ Bau-Da Design Lab, Inc. ● Management Tony Ciulla ● Agent Alex
Kochan / Artist & Audience ● Agent Emma Banks Europe ● personal assistant
Jonathan Pavesi● Nothing John A. Malm Jr. ● Interscope Jeff Anderson

BONUS DISC: COMA WHITE (Lyrics: Manson / Music: Ramirez, Gacy,
Zum) Produced by Michael Beinhorn and Marilyn Manson ● Mixed by Tom
Lorde-Alge GET MY ROCKS OFF Originally recorded by Dr. Hook & The
Medicine Show (Words & music: Shel Silverstein) ● Evil Eye Music Inc.
COMA WHITE ACOUSTIC (Lyrics: Manson / Music: Ramirez, Gacy, Zum)
Mixed by Bob Marlene ● A ROSE AND A BABY RUTH Lyrics and music by
John D. Loudermilk ● Acuff Rose Music, Inc., BMI ● Bonus Tracks 1 & 4
Published by Dinger & Ollie Music, Administered by Dinger & Ollie Music,
Songs of Golgotha / Blood Heavy / DCLXVI / Violent Delight BMI 1998 All
Rights Reserved.)

Official Website: ● Marilyn Manson Fan Club ● 25935
Detroit Rd. Suite #329 ● Westlake, OH 44145

Cover gallery[edit]

Charting positions[edit]


Year Chart Position
1999 Billboard 200 82


  • "Rock Is Dead" is introduced as if Omēga and the Mechanical Animals, the alter-egos Manson and the band devised for the Mechanical Animals album and tour, were playing.
  • The audio file of "Get Your Gunn" is wrongly titled "Get Your Gun".
  • John 5: That live album is from the Mechanical Animals tour and that album we were so good as a band. We were just really tight and really good. That album is one hundred percent live. It's completely live. The reason why is we taped all these shows for this live album and I remember going through these tapes and picking out the best performances. And it was just me doing it. I listened like you know... like Manson like dropped the mic or you know, blah-blah-blah, and I would make all these notes and that's all. There's not even overdubs on that thing. It's just all live. And I'm really proud of that record. I think everybody was just, I mean the band, was on fire and they were just plain unbelievable. And it was you know I love that album because it is so live. (Reference: Rob Zombie's JOHN 5 talks about his Career in music W Eric Blair, May 2012)