God Is in the T.V.
Video by Marilyn Manson
November 2, 1999
July 1994–November 1999
Glam rock, alternative metal, industrial rock
Marilyn Manson, Perou, Samuel Bayer, Paul Hunter, Matthew Rolston, E. Elias Merhige, W.I.Z., Floria Sigismondi, Dean Karr, Tom Stern, Richard Kern, Rod Chong
Marilyn Manson video chronology
is the second live video album by American rock band God Is in the T.V. Marilyn Manson, released on November 2, 1999 on VHS, documenting the Rock is Dead tour. It features all 13 music videos the band spawned between July 1994 and November 1999 in reverse chronology, including uncensored bonus footage from the production of " The Dope Show" music video, as well as footage culled from various concerts across the world alongside backstage and behind-the-scenes clips.
Matthew McGrory can be seen on the cover, which is a scene from the " Coma White" music video.
Track listing [ edit ]
Coma White" (dir. Samuel Bayer) "
Rock is Dead" (dir. Samuel Bayer) "
I Don't Like the Drugs (But the Drugs Like Me)" (dir. Paul Hunter) "
The Dope Show" (dir. Paul Hunter) "
Long Hard Road Out of Hell" (dir. Matthew Rolston) "
Cryptorchid" (dir. E. Elias Merhige) "
Man That You Fear" (dir. W.I.Z.) "
Tourniquet" (dir. Floria Sigismondi) "
The Beautiful People" (dir. Floria Sigismondi) "
Sweet Dreams (are made of this)" (dir. Dean Karr) "
Dope Hat" (dir. Tom Stern) "
Lunchbox" (dir. Richard Kern) "
Get Your Gunn" (dir. Rod Chong) Uncensored Footage of "The Dope Show"
Live concert and backstage footage:
(dir. Marilyn Manson and Perou)
"Inauguration of the Mechanical Christ"
"The Reflecting God"
Antichrist Superstar" "Irresponsible Hate Anthem"
"Rock Is Dead"
"The Dope Show"
"I Don't Like the Drugs (But the Drugs Like Me)"
"The Speed of Pain"
Spine of God" (with Monster Magnet) "Sweet Dreams / Hell Outro"
Rock n Roll Nigger"
Personnel [ edit ]
Re-releases [ edit ]
Manson stated in November 2005 that he was interested in re-releasing
God Is in the T.V. and its predecessor on DVD. Dead to the World Nothing has surfaced so far. [2 ]
References [ edit ]
^ "God Is in the TV - Marilyn Manson". Allmusic.
^ New Scenes "Dramatic New Scenes for Celebritarian Needs (archived by MansonWiki.com)". MansonUSA (now defunct). 2005-11-03 . Retrieved 2010-11-01.
External links [ edit ]