London: Guinness World Records Limited. An older version of the same concept in English is the expression "nine days' wonder", which dates at least as far back as the Elizabethan era. The Marilyn Manson song " I Don't Like the Drugs But the Drugs Like Me ", released on his album Mechanical Animals , alludes to the term in the line "We're rehabbed and we're ready for our fifteen minutes of shame", as part of the song's theme of unrepentant escapism through drugs. The heavy metal single, " Determined " from the band Mudvayne 's third studio album, Lost and Found , had a brief mention of "fifteen minutes of fame" in the lyrics. American Sociological Review. In the song " I Can't Read ", released by David Bowie 's Tin Machine in their debut album and re-released by Bowie in for the soundtrack of the movie The Ice Storm , the phrase is used in direct reference to Andy Warhol: "Andy, where's my 15 minutes?
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