Johnny Depp & Marilyn Manson’s Odd Collaboration

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Johnny Depp with Marilyn MansonJohnny Depp & Marilyn Manson have recorded an unlikely duet.


They’ve collaborated on a cover of Carly Simon’s 1972 hit ‘You’re So Vain’, a song reputedly written about Warren Beatty.


Johnny Depp and Marilyn Manson have been friends since Manson’s song ‘The Nobodies’, was featured in Depp’s 2001 movie ‘From Hell’.


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Their cover of ‘You’re So Vain will be included on Manson’s upcoming album ‘Born Villain’, which will be released in May.


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You can listen to ‘No Reflection’, the first single to be released from the new album, here…

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