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"The Fight Song"
Single by Marilyn Manson
from the album Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death)
B-side "Five to One"
Released February 2, 2001
Format Single
Recorded 2000
Genre Alternative rock, alternative metal
Length 2:53
Label Interscope
Marilyn Manson singles chronology
"Disposable Teens"
"The Fight Song"
"The Nobodies"

"The Fight Song" is the second single from Marilyn Manson's fourth studio album Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death). The music video for this song, directed by W.I.Z., shows the band members performing the song at a high school football game between two teams: "Holy Wood" and "Death Valley". The game itself is a metaphor for the conflict amongst both (in the album's concept) the rejects living in the Valley of Death and the beautiful people living in Holy Wood (itself a pun on Hollywood) as well as, possibly, the conflict of upper and lower classes, as inspired by Friedrich Nietzsche (see Master-slave morality). The video also features a few subliminal messages; at approximately 2:11, the video briefly replaces the scuffling football players with people fighting with police riot squads. It's often believed that the line "The death of one is a tragedy / The death of a million is just a statistic" is a famous quote attributed to Josef Stalin, but the quote is taken from Erich Maria Remarque's The Black Obelisk.

Track listing


  1. "The Fight Song"
  2. "The Fight Song" (Slipknot Remix)
  3. "Disposable Teens" (CD-Rom Video)
  • Also has:
  • Catalogue number: 497 490-2
  • Small Photo Gallery
  • Biography
  • Fight Song lyrics
  • GGG tour dates
  • 'wallpaper' art.
  • Disk 1 on its own should have 4 Tarot cards.


  1. "The Fight Song"
  2. "Disposable Teens" (Remix)
  3. "The Love Song" (Remix) (Bon Harris & M.W.Gacy)
  • catalogue number: 497 491-2

Japan Special Edition - Rare Tracks CD

  1. "The Fight Song" (Live)
  2. "The Love Song" (Remix)
  3. "Disposable Teens" (Remix)
  4. "The Fight Song" (Slipknot Remix)
  5. "Diamonds & Pollen"
  6. "Working Class Hero" (John Lennon cover)
  7. "Five to One" (The Doors cover)
  8. "Astonishing Panorama of the Endtimes"

Appearances in popular media

  • The music video for the song is shown briefly to introduce Marilyn Manson in the film Bowling for Columbine. The full video is included in the DVD special features.
  • The song was used as the theme song for the WWF Invasion.
  • A remix appears on the Resident Evil soundtrack.

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