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Heaven Upside DownHeaven Upside Down

The Pale EmperorThe Pale Emperor

Born VillainBorn Villain

The High End Of LowThe High End Of Low

EAT ME, DRINK MEEAT ME, DRINK ME

Lest We Forget The Best OfLest We Forget The Best Of

The Golden Age of GrotesqueThe Golden Age of Grotesque

Holy WoodHoly Wood

Last Tour On EarthLast Tour On Earth

Mechanical AnimalsMechanical Animals

Remix and RepentRemix and Repent

Antichrist SuperstarAntichrist Superstar

Smells Like ChildrenSmells Like Children

Portrait of an American FamilyPortrait of an American Family

Dead Man On Campus

Released: 1998
No. of Tracks: 14
Label: Priority Records
Featured Manson Track: Golden Years [Originally Written & Recorded By David Bowie]

 #  Title  Length
 01  Marilyn Manson - Golden Years  
 02  Blur - Cowboy Song  
 03  Elastica - Human  
 04  Supergrass - We Still Need More (Than Anyone Can Give)  
 05  Self - Paint By Numbers  
 06  The Dust Brothers - Realize [Chemical Brothers Remix]  
 07  Soul Coughing - Super Bon Bon [Propellerheads Mix]  
 08  Powerman 5000 - Organizized  
 09  Creed - Bound And Tied  
 10  Audioweb - Sleeper  
 11  Goldfinger - Walking In The Dark  
 12  Jonathan Fire Eater - When The Curtain Falls For You  
 13  Creeper Lagoon - Empty Ships  
 14  I Only Want To Be With You  
 15  Queens Of The Stone Age - Feel Good Hit Of The Summer  

David Bowie's original Golden Years was the second track from his album Station To Station, released in 1976.

Although presumably coincidental, the album also features the song TVC15, which by association, is a nice link to the significance of the number 15 in the Marilyn Manson canon and numerology. Any genuine thematic link between the two would be entirely open to interpretation of course, but the parallel still stands.
Also, Golden Years itself references a halcyon period of time, befittingly synonymous with a "Golden Age".