|"Astonishing Panorama of the End times"|
|Promotional single by Marilyn Manson|
|from the album Celebrity Deathmatch (soundtrack)|
|Released||November 16, 1999|
|Length||3:30 (clean edit)|
3:59 (original version)
|Label|| Nothing Records |
|Songwriter(s)|| Twiggy Ramirez (music)|
John 5 (music)
Marilyn Manson (lyrics)
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