Marilyn Manson Joins Forces With Members Of The Doors

Marilyn Manson covered three songs originally by the Jim Morrison fronted act.

Marilyn Manson Joins Forces With Members Of The Doors
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Marilyn Manson covered three songs by The Doors at the Sunset Strip Music Festival in Los Angeles on Saturday (August 18). Manson was joined by Ray Manzarek and Robby Krieger of The Doors to run through the legendary Los Angeles band's tracks "People Are Strange", "Love Me Two Times" and "Five To One". Scroll down to see fan-shot footage of their rendition of "People Are Strange". Marilyn Manson played: 01. Suspiria 02. Hey, Cruel World... 03. Disposable Teens 04. The Love Song 05. No Reflection 06. Mobscene 07. The Dope Show 08. Rock Is Dead 09. Personal Jesus 10. Pistol Whipped 11. Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) 12. People Are Strange 13. Love Me Two Times 14. Five to One 15. Antichrist Superstar 16. The Beautiful People Marilyn Manson heads out on a joint UK arena tour with Rob Zombie later this year. The self-proclaimed "God Of Fuck" and the former White Zombie singer will join forces for four UK arena shows, kicking off in London on November 26 at the O2 Arena. They will then play Manchester Arena on November 27, Glasgow SECC on November 28 and finally Birmingham's National Indoor Arena on November 29. Manson is touring in support of his eighth studio album "Born Villain", which was released in May of this year. Thanks to NME for the report.

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    dewitt
    This article needs more comments so I can scroll farther. I can't seem to scroll down far enough to see the video.
    purplexing
    there's no video here
    slaveskinJACKET
    Scroll down to see fan-shot footage of their rendition of "People Are Strange".
    That's not what the article says. You have to click the link to go to NME's website to actually see the link to the video. U-G decided to keep the line about the video being in the article, but not to actually put it in the article.
    UniformRecon
    I'm not really surprised, because for any of you who've seen the Rolling Stone 100 greatest Artists list, Manson wrote the tribute to the Doors. I'd pay to see that live!