MARILYN MANSON To Appear On "Damned" Soundtrack!

January 22, 2002

Marilyn Manson recently entered a Los Angeles, CA area studio to record vocals for a track composed by KORN frontman Jonathan Davis and Richard Gibbs (OINGO BOINGO) for the upcoming Queen Of The Damned soundtrack, which is tentatively due to be released on February 19th. Manson provided vocals on the song "Redeemer", according to the singer's official web site. Davis had originally cut the vocals for the music featured in the film, but due to various record company legalities, he was not able to have his vocals appear on the soundtrack. It is expected that several other frontmen, including DISTURBED singer David Drainman, will appear on the soundtrack versions of the five songs Davis co-penned for the film, although the original recordings, featuring Jonathan's voice, are still said to be included in the film itself.

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