Long Hard Road Out of Hell

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Not to be confused with The Long Hard Road Out of Hell, the autobiography by Marilyn Manson.
"Long Hard Road Out of Hell"
Single by Marilyn Manson and Sneaker Pimps
from the album Spawn Soundtrack
Released November 11, 1997
Format CD single
Recorded California, 1997
Genre Industrial metal
Length 4:21
Label Nothing Records/Interscope
Writer(s) Twiggy Ramirez, Marilyn Manson
Producer(s) Marilyn Manson, Sean Beavan, Sneaker Pimps
Marilyn Manson singles chronology
"Apple of Sodom"
"Long Hard Road Out of Hell"
"The Dope Show"
Music sample

"Long Hard Road Out of Hell" is a single by Marilyn Manson. The song is featured on the Spawn movie soundtrack, where it is credited to both Marilyn Manson and the Sneaker Pimps.

It also appears on Manson's greatest hits album. The song has been used in the theatrical trailers for Bless the Child, From Hell, and Season of the Witch.

The music video, directed by Matthew Rolston, is an Easter Egg on the Spawn Director's Cut DVD[1] and is also played in VHS versions before the film itself starts.

The song features vocals by former Sneaker Pimps' vocalist Kelli Ali.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Long Hard Road Out of Hell" (Album Version)
  2. "Long Hard Road Out of Hell" (Critter Remix)
  3. "Long Hard Road Out of Hell" (Instrumental)
  4. "Kick the P.A." (Korn and the Dust Brothers (does not feature Marilyn Manson)

Music video[edit]

Manson can be seen naked, or alternatively dressed very feminine and posing like statues of saints and imitating the Virgin Mary. He also has an erotic encounter with an androgynous woman who in the climax of the video abruptly becomes an Aleister Crowley look-alike.

Live versions[edit]

During the tours Rock Is Dead and Guns, Gods, and Government, the ending of "Long hard road out of Hell" was attached to the end of the band's cover of Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This). The combination of the two songs can be heard on the band's live album, "The Last Tour on Earth" and on the "Guns, God and Government" DVD, and has officially been titled "Sweet Dreams / Hell Outro".


  1. ^ "Marilyn Manson Video". Easter Egg Archive. Retrieved 2007-07-17.