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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

Blair Witch 2: Book Of Shadows

Released: 2000
No. of Tracks: 15
Label: Priority Records
Featured Manson Track: Suicide Is Painless

 #  Title  Length
 01  gODHEAD - The Reckoning  
 02  P.O.D. - Lie Down  
 03  Tony Iommi [Feat. Dave Grohl] - Goodbye Lament  
 04  Rob Zombie - Dragula  
 05  System Of A Down - Mind  
 06  Slaves On Dope - Stick It Up  
 07  Marilyn Manson - Suicide Is Painless  
 08  Death In Vegas - Soul Auctioneer  
 09  Project 86 - PS  
 10  Nickelback - Old Enough  
 11  U.P.O. - Feel Alive  
 12  Steaknife - Tommy (Don't Die)  
 13  At The Drive In - Arcarsenal  
 14  Elastica - Human  
 15  Queens Of The Stone Age - Feel Good Hit Of The Summer  

Suicide Is Painless was originally the theme music for the film M*A*S*H, and the television show of the same name, depicting a military hospital unit stationed during the Korean War.

The director of the orignal film was Robert Altman, famous for an extensive career and movies such as biting Hollywood satire The Player. His son Mike (then only fourteen years of age) penned the lyrics for the M*A*S*H theme music in 1970, and it has since become internationally renowned and covered by several mainstream music artists.

When asked about his choice to cover the song (which was also made available as a B-Side to the Tainted Love single [Part. 2]) Manson commented that so far as he could see, the lyrics and themes it discussed were far more depressing than anything he could have written, and also that it was the most depressing song he could remember from childhood, despite the mainstream popularity of the film and TV show.