|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
Gidget Gein played with Marilyn Manson from the Spooky Kids era into the recording of their full-length debut, "Portrait Of An American Family". Shortly before the album was finished, he was fired from the band, due to heroin addiction overwhelming his musical commitments. Years later, he became drug free and went on to reform a friendship with Manson, even appearing in the band's (s)AINT music video and organizing art shows together. He continued to use his Manson-era stage name of Gidget Gein.
He passed away from a heroin overdose on October 9, 2008.