God Is in the T.V.

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God Is in the T.V.
God Is in the T.V. cover
Video by Marilyn Manson
Released November 2, 1999
Recorded July 1994–November 1999 in various locations
Genre Alternative metal, heavy metal, industrial metal
Label Nothing, Interscope
Director Samuel Bayer, Paul Hunter, Mathew Ralson, Elias Merhige, Wiz, Floria Sigismondi, Dean Karr, Tom Stern, Richard Kern, Rod Chong, Marilyn Manson, Perou
Producer Marilyn Manson
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Marilyn Manson video chronology
Dead to the World
God Is in the T.V.

God Is in the T.V. is the second video album by Marilyn Manson, released on November 2, 1999 by Interscope Records. It features all 13 music videos Marilyn Manson spawned between July 1994 and November 1999, as well as uncensored bonus footage from the production of "The Dope Show" music video and nearly an hour of live and backstage footage from the Rock Is Dead tour. God Is in the T.V. has since gone out of print, but a possible reissue has been alluded to in recent years.

Chapter listing[edit]

Chapters 1 through 13 are official music videos, chapter 14 contains excess footage shot for "The Dope Show" music video, and chapters 15 through 25 are live performances.

  1. "Coma White"
  2. "Rock Is Dead"
  3. "I Don't Like the Drugs (But the Drugs Like Me)"
  4. "The Dope Show"
  5. "Long Hard Road Out of Hell"
  6. "Cryptorchid"
  7. "Man That You Fear"
  8. "Tourniquet"
  9. "The Beautiful People"
  10. "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)"
  11. "Dope Hat"
  12. "Lunchbox"
  13. "Get Your Gunn"
  14. Uncensored Footage of "The Dope Show"
  15. "Inauguration of the Mechanical Christ"
  16. "The Reflecting God"
  17. "Antichrist Superstar"
  18. "Irresponsible Hate Anthem"
  19. "Rock Is Dead"
  20. "The Dope Show"
  21. "Lunchbox"
  22. "I Dont' Like the Drugs"
  23. "The Speed of Pain"
  24. "Spine of God"
  25. "Sweet Dreams"
  26. "Hell Outro"
  27. "Rock n' Roll Nigger"


The most common version of God Is in the T.V. was packaged in a cardboard sleeve and has white text printed directly onto the cassette. A less common alternate packaging was produced in Australia, which held the cassette in a plastic VHS case. No text is printed on the cassette, however the name of the film appears on a sticker placed across the cassette's spine. In November 2005, Manson expressed interested in reissuing both God Is in the T.V. and Dead to the World in DVD format. This is the only time a reissue for these out-of-print films has been alluded to, however in March 2008 Internet-archive-logo.png a petition began in support of the notion.

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  • In the live concert and backstage footage section of the film's credits, "Rock n' Roll Nigger" is erroneously placed before "Spine of God", rather than after. The section also misspells "I Don't Like the Drugs" as "I Dont' Like the Drugs".
  • The film takes its name from a lyric in the song "Rock Is Dead".


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