MARILYN MANSON To Appear On New 'Nightmare Before Christmas' Soundtrack

MARILYN MANSON is among the artists paying tribute to Tim Burton's classic Halloween movie "The Nightmare Before Christmas" on a new soundtrack album.

MANSON, FALL OUT BOY, PANIC! AT THE DISCO, FIONA APPLE and SHE WANTS REVENGE will all appear on a special two-disc edition of the "Nightmare" soundtrack, contributing cover versions of songs featured in the film. The double-disc set will hit stores October 24.

FALL OUT BOY contribute a raucous version of "What's This?", according to MTV.com. PANIC! AT THE DISCO offer up an orchestrated version of "This Is Halloween" (sung by the citizens of Halloweentown in the film), as does MARILYN MANSON. FIONA APPLE covers the somber "Sally's Song", while SHE WANTS REVENGE do "Kidnap the Sandy Claws".

Read more at MTV.com.

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