Paul Stanley calls Marilyn Manson "pathetic" for tweeting a Charles Manson song clip
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KISS' Paul Stanley isn't happy with Marilyn Manson right now.
Following the death of notorious murderer and cult leader Charles Manson on Sunday, Manson the shock rocker tweeted a link to a YouTube clip of "Sick City," a song Manson the cult leader, once an aspiring musician, recorded in 1970.
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