Guns, God and Government is a concert film chronicling the band Marilyn Manson during their Guns, God and Government tour. It was released on October 29, 2002 on the formats VHS, DVD and UMD. The DVD contains live tracks and performances that switch between visuals of various shows from United States, Japan, Russia, and Europe while maintaining a single consistent music track. Tracklist: 01 - Intro / Count to Six and Die – 2:16 02 - Irresponsible Hate Anthem – 3:46 03 - The Reflecting God – 5:34 04 - Great Big White World – 5:02 05 - Disposable Teens – 3:56 06 - The Fight Song – 4:19 07 - The Nobodies – 3:56 08 - Rock is Dead – 3:13 09 - The Dope Show – 4:14 10 - Cruci-Fiction in Space' – 5:02 11 - Sweet Dreams / Hell Outro – 6:14 12 - The Love Song – 3:13 13 - The Death Song – 3:28 (DVD only) 14 - Antichrist Superstar – 4:20 15 - The Beautiful People – 5:05 16 - Astonishing Panorama of the Endtimes – 4:08 17 - Lunchbox – 9:02 18 - Outro – 2:16 (unlisted)
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