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MARILYN MANSON will play a one-off acoustic showcase to mark the release of new album 'HOLY WOOD (IN THE SHADOW OF THE VALLEY OF DEATH)' next week in NEW YORK.

Tickets for the once in a lifetime show featuring just Marilyn Manson himself, Twiggy Ramirez and John5, due to be held in a currently undisclosed New York location on Tuesday (November 14) the date of the album's US release, are available to Manson devotees to win.

The first 100 who buy the new album at Tower Records, on New York's Broadway, at the stroke of midnight on Monday (November 13) can win passes to the private show. Otherwise fans can find details of how to get into the party by listening to K-ROCK (92.3 FM) or logging onto Manson's website, www.marilynmanson.com.

Those who miss out can see Manson on MTV's Total Request Live in the US the following day (November 15).

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