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Gidget Gein (1969–2008)

Gidget Gein was born on September 11, 1969 in Hollywood, Florida, USA as Brad Stewart. He died on October 9, 2008 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Strange Days
Strange Days Soundtrack
Nowhere Soundtrack
S.F.W. Soundtrack
God Is in the T.V.


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 2012 Metal Evolution (TV Series documentary) (writer - 1 episode)
- Shock Rock (2012) ... (writer: "Get Your Gunn")
 1999 God Is in the T.V. (Video documentary) (music: "Lunchbox" - as Gein)
 1997 Nowhere (writer: "Kiddie Grinder (Remix)")
 1995 Strange Days (writer: "Get Your Gunn")
 1994 S.F.W. (writer: "Get Your Gunn" - as Brad Stewart)
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 2009 In a Spiral State
 2007 The Devil's Muse
Detective Jeffrey Mourir
 2006 The Three Trials
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 2006 Flesh (Video) (portrait painter: Elizabeth Bathory)
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 2009 In a Spiral State (in memory of)
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 2010 Iconoclast (Documentary)
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 1999 God Is in the T.V. (Video documentary)
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Was ex-bassist for Marilyn Manson and the Spooky Kids, replaced by Twiggy Ramirez. Was part of the Dali Gaggers.

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I can't remember if my childhood memories are mine or something I saw on a TV show back in the 70s.


The nickname G-Spot was given to him by Davien Crow and Alison Bordan of the Industrial metal band Sin Star. See more »



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