The Eurythmics may have been the first (and best) to do this song, but Manson gives his cover the heart, rock, and originality where so many others fell short.
Though the song was perfect to begin, Manson twists it ever so gently to a rock anthem to scream along to. He takes it from the almost sentimental note in which it was originally produced and adds raw, passionate anger. An anger that only he could acheive.
Even if you hate the cover, buy this for the B-Sides that never were. It's well worth the money just for the underground tracks.