Slayer, Manson set lists: C-notes has 'em!

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(Above: Slayer performs the Grammy-winning single "Eyes of the Insane" on the Jimmy Kimmel show. For Cleveland, expect a different production and a way bigger pit.) Slayer and Marilyn Manson play Time-Warner Amphitheater at Tower City Tuesday, July 31. Bleeding Through opens the show at 7 p.m. Slayer and Manson will co-headline. Both will play 70-minute sets. Slayer's set to take the stage at 8 p.m. Manson -- who discovered Slayer at a Quonset Hut when he was a pubescent young lad in Canton -- should hit he stage 9:40-ish. “People ask me how I think this tour is going to go," Slayer guitarist Kerry King told Scene this week . "And it depends what Manson brings to the party. He could play a set from Holy Wood on, or mix it up and hit the whole audience. We [just saw the band] at a festival. Four songs in, they played the song I wanted to see, 'Irresponsible Hate Anthem.' And I'm like, 'Cool, I can leave now.'" Funny he should mention it ... Scene has set lists from both bands. Manson's heavy on material from his tepid new disc, but he's playing his seminal nu-metal rippers too. Read on to check out both set lists. Slayer 1. Flesh Storm 2. War Ensemble 3. Chemical Warfare 4. Cult 5. Threshold 6. Disciple 7. Payback 8. Jihad 9. Seasons In The Abyss 10. South Of Heaven 11. Raining Blood 12. Mandatory Suicide 13. Angel Of Death Manson 1. Intro 2. If I Was Your Vampire 3. You And Me And The Devil Makes 3 4. Disposable Teens 5. Mobscene 6. Irresponsible Hate Anthem 7. Sweet Dreams/Lunchbox Medley 8. Just A Car Crash Away 9. Heart Shaped Glasses 10. Rock Is Dead 11. The Dope Show 12. Putting Holes Into Happiness 13. The Love Song 14. The Fight Song 15. The Beautiful People

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