MARILYN MANSON Deletes Former Bandmembers From 'The Nobodies' Video

MARILYN MANSON's revised "The Nobodies" music video debuted Friday on Germany's "Universal Rock Videos". The video, originally released in 2001, differs slightly from the original. In addition to subtle differences with regard to added and deleted scenes, the audio for the song itself has also been changed in certain areas. However, the most noticeable alteration is the removal of the brief instances within the video that showcased the 2001 band lineup, including ex-members Twiggy Ramirez (bass) and John 5 (guitar).

Currently, the video is available for download in its entirety via the "Universal Rock Videos" web site at Real player or Windows Media Player is required to play the video.

As previously reported, the official track listing for the re-release of "The Nobodies" single is as follows:

01. The Nobodies (2005 Against All Gods Remix) (by Chris Vrenna, ex-NIN) (3:37)
02. The Nobodies (Burn 36 Mix) (by Jam & Spoon) (5:42)
03. The Nobodies (Stephane K Rock Dub Mix) (4:43)
04. The Nobodies (Album Version) (3:35)



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