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Marilyn Manson, right, is joined by Ray Manzarek of The Doors during his headlining set at the Sunset Strip Music Festival on Aug. 18 in West Hollywood, Calif.
Do The Doors have a new frontman? OK, maybe not, but shock rocker Marilyn Manson did do his best to fill Jim Morrison's big shoes when he performed with the band on Saturday in Los Angeles.
Manson added his own strange touch to "People Are Strange," "Love Me Two Times" and "Five to One" with Ray Manzarek and Robby Krieger of The Doors backing him. The rocker was headlining the Sunset Strip Music Festival, which this year paid tribute to The Doors.
Check out Manson's live takes on the classic rock tunes:
Watch as Manzarek really gets into the performance, kicking over his stool and planting a foot right on his keyboard as Manson belts out the final notes of "Five to One":
This isn't the first time Manson has performed Doors tunes. He recorded "Five to One" in 2000 and included it on his "Working Class Hero" CD single.
Manson next hits the road in late September with Rob Zombie.
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